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  • #21912
    RichH
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    The old canard teams aren’t as bad as they look losing,nor as good as they look winning. I sincerely hope this applies to Tigers. Pards looked to have a decent D. They were taken apart by Kanoff. Princeton D returns 10starters so no surprise there. Next 2 will be challenging.

    #21913

    TMH
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    Although only mildly related
    Richmond put up 42 points against VMI, while playing without Vad Lee who accounted for 400 yards vs Lehigh

    Dave C’s Valparaiso team finally got there feet under them after losing 52-10 to Eastern Kentucky and 56-3 to Sacred Heart by blasting College of Faith 86-0. Next week is San Diego.

    #21914
    RichH
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    Lee led JMU to 625 yds and 42 pts vs Albany.

    #21916

    TMH
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    oops..sorry wrong team
    :-(
    JMU is for real. Next week we find out if Princeton is too.

    #21917
    Go Lehigh TU Owl
    Go Lehigh TU Owl
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    JMU would have had about 70 points today if they didn’t turn the ball over 6 times. They had 40 first downs and 625 yards. I watched some of their game and that offense is scary. They look like the best team in the CAA. Villanova is good but without Robertson their offense is dicey.

    While on the surface the 40-7 PU-LC should scare everyone to death there’s something going on in Pardville imo. Princeton will be a very difficult game but this isn’t JMU at Bridgeforth. A Lehigh win would turn some heads.

    I also caught part of Yale-Colgate. The Eli will be tough but seem more like fringe Top 40 and not fringe top 25. While the next two are no picnic, 0-2 would be a disappointment imo since it would mean a losing record against the IL in year 3 of schollies.

    3-2 heading into league play should set up a winning season if nothing else…

    #21919
    ngineer
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    A win is good. I was somewhat concerned at half with our run game that was called as opposed to the run game that occurs when NS puts it down. Hard to tell sometime what is designed and what is improvisation. OL seemed to do a better job.
    D very concerned–especially with more injuries. We still have problems with contain on the corners. I agree some of the tackling still needs improvement. Contact but no wrapping up at times. CBs getting torched may also be some communication issues with safeties. While some call for subs, be careful what you wish for. One would think if a backup was better he’d be on the field.
    Nice to see Devine back in the groove. Great day punting, and Mish tremedous on KOs. Hopefully Bragalone is back next week. I hope DJ is not bad. We need depth on the DL to keep rotating. All in all a very good day. Most people picked us to win by 7-10. We should have had another 14 points. Too many penalties. I was hoping for a ‘solid’ win and we got it. I am sure most of our guys watched Princeton take LC apart, so next week looks like a step up.

    #21920
    RichH
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    3-2 would be very nice. Tigers secondary is excellent. LBs not so much. Gotta take LOS with our big fat guys :)
    Pards D a4-2-5 but played very vanilla. Little pressure on Kanoff. Had time to pick apart Pards DBs.
    We need TC at full strength. Johnson a legit pass rusher,gotta get him more PT. No cap on travel roster so bring him and use him.

    #21937

    CHIP72
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    [quote=21900]Nick did a phenomenal job IMHO disguising hand offs. This may be more of a refection on me but I watched the wrong guy at least 6 times during the game :-).[/quote]

    I was also at the game and I concur with Shafnisky’s ball-handling skills against Penn. I think my number of times looking at the wrong player may have been higher than 6 though. :O

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    #21947

    holyloch61
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    Anyone have a source for a replay of Lehigh ,Penn game ???

    #21948
    RichH
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    PLN archives

    #21949

    toddcudd
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    Here’s the link to the archived video:

    Penn @ Lehigh

    #21951

    holyloch61
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    Thank you Todd and Rich

    #21957
    ngineer
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    I agree about Shaf’s ball handling skills. Very deceptive. He had Penn’s DL and LBs going the wrong way numerous times.

    #21969
    sundayamqb
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    Shaf played a great game.

    So did Githens, and his PL defensive award was well-deserved — as we those by our two rookies.

    Two thoughts:

    1) Where was Githens last year?

    2) We’ve got to be patient with them, too. These kids play above their average performance level only half the time.

    #21997
    ngineer
    ngineer
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    Some kids take longer to develop (both physically and mentally) than others. At their age there can be tremendous growth in both areas within a year. Another reason why red-shirting has such an impact.

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