Anyone Else think We Will USe Some Type of Two Quarterback System for this Game?

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  1. Ch0sn0ne

    Ch0sn0ne At the Track

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    Just wondering, I think it is highly possible no matter who ends up starting (looks like Randall at this point).
     
  2. Eleven

    Eleven Founding Member

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    i think that could work. put Clausen in there for drop back 10-20 yard passes...and put Randal in there for running the option and draws...and maybe some deeper throws.

    im not a fan of the two QB system, but thats only when you have your #1 QB playing...in this situation...i dont see how it could hurt.
     
  3. Ch0sn0ne

    Ch0sn0ne At the Track

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    That was about what i was thnking. 3rd and 1, Randall; 3rd and 9 Clausen.
     
  4. roygu

    roygu Founding Member

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    Third and one is when Clausen should be in the game

    Randall turns third and one into third and six with his illegal procedures.
     
  5. Eleven

    Eleven Founding Member

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    exactly...so thats when we bring Clausen in:D

    its a process
     
  6. red55

    red55 curmudgeon Staff Member

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    Randall needs to become an option QB and run the ball mixing in some draws and counter plays with quick safe passes. The option is hard to defend if you have talent in the backfield which we do. If we get behind we need to bring in Clausen or Harrison and hope they have the stuff to establish a downfield passing game.

    Inside running plays just aren't working this year facing the 8-man box. No Rohan-to-Josh to keep them honest. No Toefield to pound the off-tackle play.

    It's time for a change in strategy, Jimbo.
     
  7. diehardLSUfan

    diehardLSUfan Founding Member

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    Whatever happened to our

    slant route to the inside hitting a rb (Davis or Toefield) in stride play? We used that one a lot last year, and I barely ever see that play. That play will keep the defense from sending pressure in all the time, b/c it always gives up big yardage when all the focus is bringing a blitz in.
     
  8. msully

    msully Founding Member

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    Randall

    He can not threw well at all down field over 20 yards he is out of his range
     
  9. Ch0sn0ne

    Ch0sn0ne At the Track

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    I think if we wait until we are down to put in a passer, it will be too late. By mixing it up, you keep the defense off balance which will make the offense more successful.

    I am just tossing ideas here. If I know Saban, he will stick with his guy until he has no other choice
     
  10. burlesontiger

    burlesontiger Founding Member

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    I also think the option offense is the best way to go. What kind of offense did Randall run in H.S.?
     

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