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Looking back on the regular season, we grade the Aggie running backs. How did the group fare and how do they look heading into 2013.
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There were times, especially the first half of the season, that I thought KK didn't fully utilize his RB's. there were games when our entire rushing offense was Manziel scrambling on broken passing plays.
I'd like to see us use our RB's more(especially if our line stays mostly intact) to take some of the load off Johnny and to keep him healthy.
We have too many damn studs at RB not to Grad98. We need to use them more is correct.
...who the heck seriously knows except God, and Sumlin. ~ Aggiemom6
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A suppose a B+ is for what we demonstrated with the known group but you can't underestimate the contribution that Brandon and Tra brought in game prep. You know what they mean to the team and the type of production we are going to see...at least an "A"
" Manziel is “a good kid, an honest kid. He has his heart in the right place.”
Chancellor, Texas A&M
KK was lost more than once on the side lines. I acknowledge his absolute necessary move to TT once they called. but I'm not sure he is a top ten OC. once we cut down on penalties, turn overs, made tackles, and offense keyed off Manziel, KK looked like the new original. his departure is untimely since we had a good season. I think we will weather his loss better than TT will feel his gain. time to put the thoroughbreds to field. every game should be a stampede out of the backfield while Manziel learns the nuances of drop back in the pocket passing.
This post was edited by futurestar on 12/15/2012 at 12:01 AM
This post was edited by futurestar on 12/15/2012 at 12:03 AM
I think Sumlin told KK to run the damn ball more after LSU, because we definitely changed ratio.
thank you for stating the necessities.
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