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    Lehigh74
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    The game notes for CCS show Jim Liebler as the starter at center. Is Keith Schauder injured or has Liebler beaten out Schauder as the starting center? It is also interesting to note that Jay Campbell not Jaren Walker is listed as the starting tb and that the two sophomores Drwal and Gordon are listed as the starting wide receivers.

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    ngineer
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    "Lehigh74" wrote: The game notes for CCS show Jim Liebler as the starter at center. Is Keith Schauder injured or has Liebler beaten out Schauder as the starting center? It is also interesting to note that Jay Campbell not Jaren Walker is listed as the starting tb and that the two sophomores Drwal and Gordon are listed as the starting wide receivers.

    Drwal and Gordon have shown ‘big play’ ability in the scrimmages. But I am sure we’ll see a number of different packages with a good number of the WRs seeing PT.
    Last I heard, Schauder and Liebler were ‘neck and neck’ for the starting job. Maybe Schauder is dinged up, too.

    #624

    LU65
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    In the interest of "fair and balanced" reporting, here’s a look at CCSU’s Game Notes:

    https://admin.xosn.com/fls/17600//footb … M_ID=17600

    Let’s not get too carried away that we beat this team in 2001 by a score of 58-10. It means nothing. Coach McInerney enters his fourth season with a combined 21-12 record and has an assortment of weapons to be reckoned with on offense, namely senior rb, James Mallory (#2) who ran for 1520 yards rushing last year and tallied 15 touchdowns on a team that ranked 7th nationally in running the ball (239.2 yards/game) and a pair of talented qb’s in Norris and Wanket who together posted a qb rating of 121.74 last year. Their OL returns in tact, as well. Norris, who could be their first qb to rush for 1,000 career yards and pass for 2,000, may line up as a receiver at times this year in their Option style offense – not one of LU’s favorites to face. One thing that did catch my eye was the Blue Devil Defensive front four. Granted they may be experienced (3 seniors and 1 junior) and they may be quick, but they are LIGHT averaging only 229 pounds (234 if you can believe the CCSU report). LU’s offensive front, averaging 6’3" and 291 pounds, should provide JB all the time he needs. But, then again, that’s why they play the game. FYI, the lightest defensive line we faced last year was Georgetown’s at 247; the heaviest was Villanova’s at 265.

    #627
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    "LU65" wrote: In the interest of "fair and balanced" reporting, here’s a look at CCSU’s Game Notes:

    https://admin.xosn.com/fls/17600//footb … M_ID=17600

    Let’s not get too carried away that we beat this team in 2001 by a score of 58-10. It means nothing. Coach McInerney enters his fourth season with a combined 21-12 record and has an assortment of weapons to be reckoned with on offense, namely senior rb, James Mallory (#2) who ran for 1520 yards rushing last year and tallied 15 touchdowns on a team that ranked 7th nationally in running the ball (239.2 yards/game) and a pair of talented qb’s in Norris and Wanket who together posted a qb rating of 121.74 last year. Their OL returns in tact, as well. Norris, who could be their first qb to rush for 1,000 career yards and pass for 2,000, may line up as a receiver at times this year in their Option style offense – not one of LU’s favorites to face. One thing that did catch my eye was the Blue Devil Defensive front four. Granted they may be experienced (3 seniors and 1 junior) and they may be quick, but they are LIGHT averaging only 229 pounds (234 if you can believe the CCSU report). LU’s offensive front, averaging 6’3" and 291 pounds, should provide JB all the time he needs. But, then again, that’s why they play the game. FYI, the lightest defensive line we faced last year was Georgetown’s at 247; the heaviest was Villanova’s at 265.

    I would like to see the ‘hogs’ open some nice windows for Campbell and Walker to slip through. That will really help set up the pass game.

    #628

    LU65
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    Click on the link below and the "Sept. 3rd Open Mac" comments to hear to Jeff McInerney, CCSU Coach, talk about today’s game. He says all the right things about LU, Coach Coen, and our players and leaves no doubt in the listener’s mind that this game is "gonna be a tough one." He states clearly that his team "we’ll be tested" on defense but points with pride to CCSU’s ability to force the turnover (26 last year and ranked 6th nationally in turnover margin). On offense, he reminds all that CCSU has three good running backs and two senior qb’s and states emphatically that "we can run the ball." Overall, a good listen.

    4 hours and 37 minutes and counting………….

    http://www.ccsubluedevils.com/ViewArtic … =204772394

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