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Coach Nuss Mic up Friday, August 29, 2014 3:17 PM (permalink)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y2T_1pT9EVk
 
Anybody see this?
 
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Re:Coach Nuss Mic up Friday, August 29, 2014 3:44 PM (permalink)
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He reminds me of Barwis a bit.
 
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Re:Coach Nuss Mic up Friday, August 29, 2014 6:39 PM (permalink)
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He reminds me of Barwis a bit.

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Re:Coach Nuss Mic up Friday, August 29, 2014 7:04 PM (permalink)
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LOVE it...there will be some growing pains, to say the least, but this offense is going to be special once Coach Nuss imposes his teachings on them!
"No man is more important than the team, no coach is more important than the team...the Team, the Team, the Team!"
 
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Re:Coach Nuss Mic up Sunday, September 07, 2014 1:46 PM (permalink)
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Pretty disappointed in last night's gameplan.
 
If you can't trust Gardner to throw the ball downfield, which is the only explanation I can think of for how conservative the early plan was, he probably shouldn't be starting. Problem is in Morris' limited reps, he appears no better at protecting the football and the other back-ups are even more green, so I guess it's Gardner or bust, but he really doesn't appear any more poised than he was last season.
 
Either Derrick Green is a beast in practice or there were promises made to him during recruiting, which were not made to De'Veon, that he would be given every opportunity possible to start.  Smith is not miles better than Green, but he does find holes and fight through contact better.  He was dropped for a loss for the first time this season last night, and Green did play better than in week one (from negative yardage/no gain perspective), but based on game performance I don't see why Smith isn't the feature back.  There was a play last night where Green had a clear path to the left, but he decided to follow his blockers directly into a wall of bodies.  It was a very Toussaint-type run where the rusher was either confused or had blinders on.
 
I have no idea why they were trying to find the diminutive Norfleet downfield when there are much bigger targets at WR all over the field.  Maybe he runs better routes and has a better grasp of the offense than Darboh and Chesson, but how the heck can Gardner even see Norfleet downfield with monsters in his face?
 
I will say there were at least 2 instances(mostly face-guarding)  where Michigan could've been helped by PI calls, as ND was earlier in the game, but the refs kept their hands off the flags.

There was nothing about last night's gameplan where you could say a guy with any more of a clue than Borges put it together.
"We have to work harder."
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Re:Coach Nuss Mic up Sunday, September 07, 2014 1:50 PM (permalink)
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Pretty disappointed in last night's gameplan.

If you can't trust Gardner to throw the ball downfield, which is the only explanation I can think of for how conservative the early plan was, he probably shouldn't be starting. Problem is in Morris' limited reps, he appears no better at protecting the football and the other back-ups are even more green, so I guess it's Gardner or bust, but he really doesn't appear any more poised than he was last season.

Either Derrick Green is a beast in practice or there were promises made to him during recruiting, which were not made to De'Veon, that he would be given every opportunity possible to start.  Smith is not miles better than Green, but he does find holes and fight through contact better.  He was dropped for a loss for the first time this season last night, and Green did play better than in week one (from negative yardage/no gain perspective), but based on game performance I don't see why Smith isn't the feature back.  There was a play last night where Green had a clear path to the left, but he decided to follow his blockers directly into a wall of bodies.  It was a very Toussaint-type run where the rusher was either confused or had blinders on.

I have no idea why they were trying to find the diminutive Norfleet downfield when there are much bigger targets at WR all over the field.  Maybe he runs better routes and has a better grasp of the offense than Darboh and Chesson, but how the heck can Gardner even see Norfleet downfield with monsters in his face?

I will say there were at least 2 instances(mostly face-guarding)  where Michigan could've been helped by PI calls, as ND was earlier in the game, but the refs kept their hands off the flags.

There was nothing about last night's gameplan where you could say a guy with any more of a clue than Borges put it together.


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Re:Coach Nuss Mic up Sunday, September 07, 2014 4:48 PM (permalink)
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jsj_297


zjgm02


Pretty disappointed in last night's gameplan.

If you can't trust Gardner to throw the ball downfield, which is the only explanation I can think of for how conservative the early plan was, he probably shouldn't be starting. Problem is in Morris' limited reps, he appears no better at protecting the football and the other back-ups are even more green, so I guess it's Gardner or bust, but he really doesn't appear any more poised than he was last season.

Either Derrick Green is a beast in practice or there were promises made to him during recruiting, which were not made to De'Veon, that he would be given every opportunity possible to start.  Smith is not miles better than Green, but he does find holes and fight through contact better.  He was dropped for a loss for the first time this season last night, and Green did play better than in week one (from negative yardage/no gain perspective), but based on game performance I don't see why Smith isn't the feature back.  There was a play last night where Green had a clear path to the left, but he decided to follow his blockers directly into a wall of bodies.  It was a very Toussaint-type run where the rusher was either confused or had blinders on.

I have no idea why they were trying to find the diminutive Norfleet downfield when there are much bigger targets at WR all over the field.  Maybe he runs better routes and has a better grasp of the offense than Darboh and Chesson, but how the heck can Gardner even see Norfleet downfield with monsters in his face?

I will say there were at least 2 instances(mostly face-guarding)  where Michigan could've been helped by PI calls, as ND was earlier in the game, but the refs kept their hands off the flags.

There was nothing about last night's gameplan where you could say a guy with any more of a clue than Borges put it together.


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Re:Coach Nuss Mic up Sunday, September 07, 2014 4:50 PM (permalink)
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Smith runs hard. Yes. But is he really any better at finding holes? I don't think so. But we are assuming the line can figure their stuff out to actually create a hole.
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Re:Coach Nuss Mic up Sunday, September 07, 2014 5:52 PM (permalink)
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I am still trying to figure out why we are so adverse to Hayes toting the rock. Wasn't he also highly rated coming out of high school?
 
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Re:Coach Nuss Mic up Sunday, September 07, 2014 7:40 PM (permalink)
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Maize927

I am still trying to figure out why we are so adverse to Hayes toting the rock. Wasn't he also highly rated coming out of high school?

4-star, former Domer-commit IIRC.  Maybe he doesn't have enough jam to be a feature in the something special offense currently under construction.
"We have to work harder."
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Re:Coach Nuss Mic up Sunday, September 07, 2014 8:38 PM (permalink)
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^^ LoL @ that.... Another pretend 5* for u sir!
 
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Re:Coach Nuss Mic up Wednesday, September 10, 2014 9:25 AM (permalink)
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Have commented on just about every topic from Saturday except this one.
 
Nuss sh*t the bed, no doubt. The initial gameplan was fine, the plays were humming when we were on the scripted 8-10 plays. Things fell apart after that. For all the talk Nuss did in the spring and fall about tempo we played with none on Saturday. We never went up tempo, plays took forever getting into the huddle, leaving the offense no time to identify the defense and make adjustments. I`m not sure if it's Nuss or if he running on the directive of Hoke, but I think slow and plodding is what we can expect from here on out. At our own detriment IMO.
 
The play calling was atrocious. We took our first downfield shot in the 3rd quarter. We threw quick screens to covered WRs then looked shocked when plays were blown up. There were few if any passes to the backs in the flat or on screens.

It's just one game so not ready to took the baby out with the bath water just yet, but not a first great impression for Nuss. For all his faults, Borges found a way to score points in most big games (Mich St NOT included).
 
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Re:Coach Nuss Mic up Wednesday, September 10, 2014 9:35 AM (permalink)
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If those screens start getting blown up, I have no idea why you don't call a pump fake and then throw to another WR running downfield.
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