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    Jacob81 is online now Ragin Cajuns of Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns Fan for Sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaisingCajun08 View Post
    LL has 2 things going for him. 1. He is a leader. 2. Most times he does not hurt you.

    LL rarely will take control, put the team on his back and make things happen. Coach is staying with what he knows because of #2. Fields will make mistakes. LL still makes way more than he should for being so experienced. I think Fields will be a better QB when he is under center full time.
    Once again someone needs to explain to me what putting a team on your back means as a QB?? Like throw the ball deep to himself. Then catch it break 5 tackles and run for a touchdown?? The QB touches the ball every play and runs the offense. He can’t make the line block or the receivers get open or the rbs find a hole if any. I just don’t understand the comment. It’s not like basketball where you give a guy the ball every possession and let him try to score. Or a pitcher throwing a no hitter. Or a hitter going 5 for 5 with 2 HRs.

    And if you mean run like Scott did. Our defense gave Scott the middle all night. To the point that I lost my voice.Nichols didn’t give Levi that kind of open field to run.

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    The appearance of an open field to run often disappears if not taken advantage of.


  3. #108
    Jacob81 is online now Ragin Cajuns of Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns Fan for Sure

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    Scott looked to #5. When he wasn’t open Scott took off. It’s not Levi’s job to immediately look for the running lanes it’s his job to go through his progressions and get it to the check down if possible. If he could run 10 yards up the middle all night I’m sure he would have taken advantage of it. It wasn’t there.

    The concern Saturday should be with the running game and why the defense didn’t adjust to defending the middle.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob81 View Post
    Once again someone needs to explain to me what putting a team on your back means as a QB?? Like throw the ball deep to himself. Then catch it break 5 tackles and run for a touchdown?? The QB touches the ball every play and runs the offense. He can’t make the line block or the receivers get open or the rbs find a hole if any. I just don’t understand the comment. It’s not like basketball where you give a guy the ball every possession and let him try to score. Or a pitcher throwing a no hitter. Or a hitter going 5 for 5 with 2 HRs.

    And if you mean run like Scott did. Our defense gave Scott the middle all night. To the point that I lost my voice.Nichols didn’t give Levi that kind of open field to run.
    Guys like McCall and Hatcher who just take over a game who are a threat to take the top off you . No one respects our passing attack why they stack 9 guys in the box and dare us to throw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angeleast View Post
    Didn't he shred his knee? I remember him not being able to play afterwards
    I wonder if we have a distorted memory of Richard Parell. I only saw the little bit he played in 1988, but look at his college numbers.

    https://www.sports-reference.com/cfb...pannell-1.html

    108 competitions on 246 attempts for 1331 yards. 3 TD's and 14 Int's. a complettion rate of 43.9%. Not what I would call stellar.

  6. #111
    Jacob81 is online now Ragin Cajuns of Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns Fan for Sure

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    Hatcher will throw 10-12 deep balls in a game and complete 3. Levi throws 5 and completed 3 Saturday. Both offensive TDs were deep balls. One in stride and one 50/50 ball.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob81 View Post
    Scott looked to #5. When he wasn’t open Scott took off. It’s not Levi’s job to immediately look for the running lanes it’s his job to go through his progressions and get it to the check down if possible. If he could run 10 yards up the middle all night I’m sure he would have taken advantage of it. It wasn’t there.

    The concern Saturday should be with the running game and why the defense didn’t adjust to defending the middle.
    Levi doesn’t get to his 3rd progression. If he did we would have destroyed Nicholls. The middle of the field was wide open all night. All fircken night.

    Plus if Levi was a better passing QB he would have been 24/33 instead of 19/33. He threw some absolutely terrible passes. He did throw some dimes too. But Levi doesn’t deal with more than 1 or 2 drops per game and he only throws the ball away maybe once a game.

    What Levi does well is not turn the ball over. Prior to this season he kept the chains moving. If he does that the rest of the year we will be 9-3 or 10-2.

  8. #113
    Jacob81 is online now Ragin Cajuns of Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns Fan for Sure

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    It’s not a matter of arm strength. Levi can chunk it. And his completion Percentage on deep balls isn’t bad. The play call has to be made. And it’s not about being gun shy. He’ll throw the 50/50 ball all day is that’s what’s called.


  9. #114
    Jacob81 is online now Ragin Cajuns of Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns Fan for Sure

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    Scott was praised for his performance. He didn’t get to his 2nd read all night. But ran for 120 because our defense never adjusted.


  10. #115
    Jacob81 is online now Ragin Cajuns of Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns Fan for Sure

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    If our defense spies Scott we destroy Nichols. How can you let Nichols qb run for 20 yards and let the receivers get behind you. What were we trying to stop on defense???


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob81 View Post
    Levi ... If he could run 10 yards up the middle all night Iím sure he would have taken advantage of it. It wasnít there ...
    Wondering how you come to that conclusion when Levi hasn't demonstrated that willingness in any of his 5 years at Louisiana?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob81 View Post
    Scott was praised for his performance. He didnít get to his 2nd read all night. But ran for 120 because our defense never adjusted.
    9 of Leviís 19 completions went to the same WR position. 14 of 26 went to Dixon.

    Lacy, Jefferson and Stevens play the same WR position.

  13. #118

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob81 View Post
    If our defense spies Scott we destroy Nichols. How can you let Nichols qb run for 20 yards and let the receivers get behind you. What were we trying to stop on defense???
    Let’s play the what if game. What if Levi converted 10/14 3rd downs instead of 5/14.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob81 View Post
    Hatcher will throw 10-12 deep balls in a game and complete 3. Levi throws 5 and completed 3 Saturday. Both offensive TDs were deep balls. One in stride and one 50/50 ball.
    Hatcher has a 70% comp rate to go with his 5 Tds

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Malkinson View Post
    Hatcher has a 70% comp rate to go with his 5 Tds
    So what he is saying is Hatcher never misses on easy throws.

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