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With the end of spring football, GigEm247 takes a look an extensive look at the quarterback position.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Aubrey Bloom on 5/2/2012 at 11:04 AM
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nice work Aubrey
I like seeing the charts
Taking the SEC and Texas A&M to the next level....
Really enjoyed this!
Good analysis- interesting stuff.
Cool feature/analysis Aubs. Looking forward to more of them
I like your analysis Aubrey, but I just love the way Jamiel can spin it. He throws such a good ball, I can't see him do anything but run away with the starting job during two-a-days. I think it comes down to whatever is between Jamiel's ears and how he takes over the team as a leader after the season starts. We lose to La Tech or barely beat La Tech and lose badly to UF with some bad mistakes by Jamiel, and then KK has some serious pressure to go with someone else that will force some offensive strategy adjustments. Just my opinion. Jamiel throws a beautiful spiral and I'd rather see him continue his spring thru fall camp and destroy La Tech and beat UF than see your Kerrville boy somehow get in the mix because Jamiel failed somehow.
And I think that's probably what's going to happen, I just noticed over the course of the spring that Jameill definitely has a hole in his game that's going to need to be addressed. He's going to have to be able to make those throws.
Really hope showers finds that other part of his game. With a little confidence and his arm and mobility he could be special. But I'm not opposed to playing multiple QB's of they can all command the offense at will. For instance, a joekel type strategy after teams game plan for a total spread and scramble and then let joekel light them up or throw Manziel in if we are struggling just to mix up looks and confuse defenses. JMO
The graphics are pretty cool with passes btw. Would be really interesting In scrimmages to really iron this thing out, but each QB with first team O and D and have them lead a few drives to see how each one does with the same variables.
That was a nice feature.
Great job Bloom.
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