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  • #15782
    RichH
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    Good God, D atrocious. Very poor effort .Tackling non existent

    #15783
    RichH
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    7-7 Now Nick sacked and sacked again. Cohen getting beat. Great punt by Devine.D picking up a bit with pressure,As I say that a 40 yd pass play, Luck,hold penalty.

    #15784
    RichH
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    MU driving. End 1st. LU has a long way to go to be even competitive. Depressing to watch

    #15785

    toddcudd
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    On the upside, passing O looks better than I feared. And that’s even with a few bad drops.

    #15786
    RichH
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    Game not worth a post mortem. D is just bad. A chinese fire drill from top to bottom. Only way we win this year is to outscore everybody from now on. Unlikely.

    #15787
    sundayamqb
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    Hard to imagine some of these kids played HS football, especially at winning programs. I can see getting beat athletically, but not mentally, and missing tackles as much as they do.

    That leads to coaching, particularly on D. 12 men on the field after TO just before Monmouth final TD? Amazing. I did like how D took some more chances — not many more — today and played a little more pressed coverage.

    Lots of positives on O despite what I counted as four dropped passes. O line, despite injuries, deserves at least a B. Sodeke and Shaf (a real gamer) As. Shaf doesn’t get hurt, this could have been a W or OT.

    (I counted only four times where Zambelli blew names this week; that’s a B for him. He also missed the fact Timochenko replaced McHale for the Hail Mary on the last play of the game.)

    Watching on TV, it was hard to tell how much Bourgeois was in there on D, but I did see at least one REAL, wrap up tackle from him; Kondas looked to be tackling well, too. But the number of missed tackles by the rest of the gang is hard to watch. What can be the explanation?

    Defense gets a C- or D; they did have some good stops. I can’t find the stats yet, but did they give up 600 yards this week? Should be close.

    And what’s with helmets coming off? Sodeke had to leave four times for this. And at one point McHale almost had to come out had they not called a TO.

    What’s up with these FG teams, both of them? This is scholarship level FCS?

    At least it was close and not a PL game.

    Good news is we get to play Georgetown in PL play. That should be one of the few games we’ll be a favorite to win.

    My comments probably make it look worse than it was. Better tackling, tighter pass coverage, fewer drops and this could have been a 35-14 Lehigh win.

    The potential seems there — does everyone have the ability to step up? Or is it a physical issue? Small D-linemen, etc.?

    #15788
    sundayamqb
    sundayamqb
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    Just read your post, RichH. It probably was not worth a postmortem — I debated hitting the submit button after writing and rereading mine.

    #15789
    RichH
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    Good recap. Missed tackles well into double digits. And it was everybody. DL a bit better I guess but players are lost out there. That is coaching. No more from me. I would jyst be repeating posts from first three weeks.

    #15792
    van
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    don’t know what the answer is for the missed tackles, but on a positive note I thought the D line held their own today, maybe against a lesser O line however.

    #15794
    hawkineer
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    A few of points.
    Andy Coen looked liked Andy Reid. The use of time outs was a mess. Why call a time out to decide to punt in what was an obvious punting situation? Take a 5 yard penalty and save the time out. They had a real problem getting the right players on the field. Once they had ten which led to a time out and once they had twelve which led to a killer penalty on the last drive. Get the ball back with over a minute to go before the half and run the ball up the middle twice. Then Andy says speed up after a completed pass. Incomplete pass and then takes a knee.

    Shafnisky can’t be the primary ball carrier. Twenty-two carries from your QB, same as from your primary RB. Ridiculous! We knew that him getting dinged up was eventually going to happen. He doesn’t have the size to take the continually pounding. He is only a sophomore. Hope he survives to be a senior.

    The first touchdown pass was pathetic. The “tackling” on that play looked like flag football. Leaks is very athletic but wants to tackle about as much as Deion Sanders.

    Again, another undisciplined personnel foul penalty at the worst possible time from a senior. This continues to be e problem.

    As I said last week, I wanted to see improvement. I didn’t see much today. Monmouth was clearly not as good as the previous three opponents. A very winnable game that we didn’t win.

    They have six more games to get ready for 150. If not, 150 is going to be a repeat of 149 on national TV.

    #15795
    RichH
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    Caught a little of Pards on way home. Not much different than us BUT,Pard D tackles.
    A bit afraid our cycle has ended and we’re in for a series of frustrating yrs.

    #15796

    LehighGuy
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    Same old D players, same old results. I can say we are young and will be much better next yr. Don’t agree with the down yes in the future. We have been in every game except UNH. Yale wasn’t a bad loss after all.

    #15797
    RichH
    RichH
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    Dont mind me LG. My almost built in paranoia when we go thru bad streaks.UNH only game we weren’t really in. It is very easy to slip back and very hard to climb back.
    My only take ( not endlessly repeating myself) is Andy best take care of Nick.

    #15799
    sundayamqb
    sundayamqb
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    Watched some of Pards and Bisons tonight.

    Could be long games — even though Leopards were going with second-string QB. D and RB Scheuermann (spelling) looked strong.

    Same up-and-coming, athletic BU talent that destroyed us last year still around. Made some mistakes, but seemed to easily handle Cornell. CJ Williams ran for almost 200 yards.

    Good news is we play Cornell. I may pick Lehigh to win that game … Big Red not impressive.

    #15800
    sundayamqb
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    Gotta make use feel a little better. Link below shows we can play with at least one FBS team. Put Army back on the schedule!
    http://www.ncaa.com/game/football/fcs/2014/09/27/army-yale

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