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by Guest » Wed Aug 09, 2006 4:54 pm
by furls » Wed Aug 09, 2006 5:26 pm
Now if those three on the outside don’t present enough trouble, just picture it for a second. Troy Smith drops back, looks down the field, sees Ginn in over under coverage on the left, Gonzalez well covered on the right, Hall covered on the out, and a dump to Pittman is not a possibility because the strong side linebacker is cheating up on him, who does that leave? Marcel Frost. For the first time since Ricky Dudley, the Buckeyes have a viable threat at tight end. His development at the end of last season was phenomenal and his contribution to Smith’s development cannot be overstated. A solid tight end is like a big old fluffy security blanket to a quarterback, especially on a team with wide receivers like Ohio State’s. You know that no matter what, no team in the country is going to be able to give safety help to that linebacker stuck with the task of covering Frost. That means lots of big gains down the middle of the field, right in the seam of the Cover 2 defenses that most teams are going to be forced to play.
by yargs7 » Thu Aug 10, 2006 12:16 am
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