Wasn't the line 2.5?
Thought the announcer said the ref asked Gary if he wanted to kick the point and he declined. You are probably right.Did he have the option? I thought the rule is that the point is only played if it has a chance to impact the game. Since we were down 3 and the best we could do is score 2, the game was over.
You're correct. The referee announced it to the crowd almost verbatim what you said above.Did he have the option? I thought the rule is that the point is only played if it has a chance to impact the game. Since we were down 3 and the best we could do is score 2, the game was over.
I gave up on our clock management 10yrs ago.
Seems like this is a regularly gamed-out scenario the coaches do in the off season. Clock management is an art form that some just don't grasp, or it escapes them in the press of events.
should i even ask the question as to why after running the ball effectively with the backs in the first quarter they basically went pass heavy?
It's in our staff's blood. I think we have some pretty good running backs, and I know our O-Line struggles in pass protection. So, what should we do....how about 5 wide and an empty backfield, that seems smart.
I'm with you on that formation. Just take the damn thing out of the playbook, I never want to see it again. But I know I will. Early in the Texas game.
listening to jeremy's podcast he said one reason the frogs went away from the run is that the holes were closed down for the backs, but that just isn't true