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  • #28706
    RichH
    RichH
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    Notes up.
    Quick note healthy LL starting at Rover.Gies at 2 and at S. Redmond at 2 at both CBs.

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    #28708

    TMH
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    Seems like Lambert becomes the starting Rover while moving Harvey to LB over former starter Buskirk (who is now #2), I’m still not sure what happened to Kauffman who had a monster 1st game replacing Caslow. We’re getting thin at DB. I have not talked to anyone but the way Montgomery went down, it looked like an ACL. Hopefully it was not.

    #28709
    RichH
    RichH
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    Wouldn’t mind EK stepping in front of Ripanti. Think he would have more if an impact. Tough situation for Buskirk. Andy is not going to sit Harvey. Rightly so.

    #28710

    LU15
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    My guess is they’ll use the same 2 rover scheme they did against Gate last week. It worked well.

    #28711
    RichH
    RichH
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    Seems so. Hoyas tho have no running attack at all. Lots of blitzes :)

    #28717

    lfnadmin
    Keymaster

    Harvey IMO you simply can’t take him off of the field. I think he’s an enormous reason for the overall success of the defense. Buskirk and Kaufmann will still get reps.

    Agree that DBs are starting to get a bit thin and it’s a bit of a concern. Harris though played very well too last week.

    #28746
    sundayamqb
    sundayamqb
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    Too bad Harvey’s a senior. He’s really come on, given a chance to play. Anyone know if he can stay a fifth year with medical RS?

    #28749
    RichH
    RichH
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    Dont think so. Recall he had surgery a while back. I will ask.

    #28774
    van
    van
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    watched the Princeton-Georgetown game, sloppy play by both teams in the rain, but Brags can have a big game against those guys if they give him the ball, out O line can have their way with Hoyas

    Hoyas don’t seem to have much of a down field passing game, expect CBs to press cover and safeties can play up

    #28775

    just a fan
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    Harvey is Balling. Yes he is. That’s we get a little stuck. LL and Harvey are dam good players but not good cover guys down field. Just gotta have a 3rd down package for passing downs. Maybe take 1 off the field and bring in another CB. But we fine either way. This our year.

    I WANT WINNERS!!!!

    #28778
    van
    van
    Participant

    Friday morning and Hoyas still do not have game notes up, how lame is that

    #28800

    lfnadmin
    Keymaster

    I finally found the game notes – late, which contributed to my late game breakdown and fearless prediction.

    This week’s fun pack:

    Game Preview: Admiral Ackbar

    Narrative Street: Avoiding Monmouth

    Game Breakdown and Fearless Prediction: Avoiding Hoya (Football) Madness

    #28811

    TMH
    Participant

    Big time KUDOS for the defense this week. I thought they played with an attitude and it really showed. Congrats gentlemen.

    Opinion question….Spadola/Drwal or Pelletier/Casey?

    #28813
    RichH
    RichH
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    Good all around game. D was impressive as they dhould have been vs the Hoya O.
    O’Hara is my big concern.
    TP and GC by a gnat’s hair :)

    #28814
    jimk72
    jimk72
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    Very impressed with business like performance. Congrats to staff for avoiding the expected let down. And of course to the team as well. Latest on Shaf injury?

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