From the Perch: UNC (FULL)

From the Perch: UNC (FULL)

Roman Marciante
13 clips ran together as part of the FTP series. Some take away points from the game as I watched it back

  • Offensive line showed some improvement especially along the right side of the line
  • Jarren Williams was extremely accurate with the ball and showed some improvement to include better understanding of the offense, keeping head up and down field and better pocket discipline
  • Blitz pick ups and "checking" out of certain looks is still an issue at times
  • Procedural much more clean in terms of penalties
  • Jakai Clark has a good feel and often looks to engage secondary contact
  • DJ Scaife was solid at right tackle
  • Defense got burned on a safety rotation when it stayed flat in a zero look
  • 4th and 17 call left a lot to be desired
  • A couple of plays or even inches in Miami's direction and Miami is 1-1 on the season
  • If the special team's play was even remotely special this team would be 2-0


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I'd give the RBs (specifically, Harris) more credit on 2 of the runs you highlighted. Excellent job of patience and pressing inside before popping outside on the first and elite job of jump cutting and shuffling back inside into the hole on the second run.

Since I asked 87 times last night, I'll ask an 88th time today: why in the hell did we not get into a rhythm in the run game sooner and stick with it? Those UNC fronts were primed to get rolled on. Why do we make everything so difficult?
 
13 clips ran together as part of the FTP series. Some take away points from the game as I watched it back

  • Offensive line showed some improvement especially along the right side of the line
  • Jarren Williams was extremely accurate with the ball and showed some improvement to include better understanding of the offense, keeping head up and down field and better pocket discipline
  • Blitz pick ups and "checking" out of certain looks is still an issue at times
  • Procedural much more clean in terms of penalties
  • Jakai Clark has a good feel and often looks to engage secondary contact
  • DJ Scaife was solid at right tackle
  • Defense got burned on a safety rotation when it stayed flat in a zero look
  • 4th and 17 call left a lot to be desired
  • A couple of plays or even inches in Miami's direction and Miami is 1-1 on the season
  • If the special team's play was even remotely special this team would be 2-0


I hope you continue to enjoy the FTP series in its new format. For all those that want to be a student of the game like I am, than hopefully this avenue is cool for you. Please subscribe if you could. Apparently that is the big thing in YouTube world.
Love your work brother
 
13 clips ran together as part of the FTP series. Some take away points from the game as I watched it back

  • Offensive line showed some improvement especially along the right side of the line
  • Jarren Williams was extremely accurate with the ball and showed some improvement to include better understanding of the offense, keeping head up and down field and better pocket discipline
  • Blitz pick ups and "checking" out of certain looks is still an issue at times
  • Procedural much more clean in terms of penalties
  • Jakai Clark has a good feel and often looks to engage secondary contact
  • DJ Scaife was solid at right tackle
  • Defense got burned on a safety rotation when it stayed flat in a zero look
  • 4th and 17 call left a lot to be desired
  • A couple of plays or even inches in Miami's direction and Miami is 1-1 on the season
  • If the special team's play was even remotely special this team would be 2-0


I hope you continue to enjoy the FTP series in its new format. For all those that want to be a student of the game like I am, than hopefully this avenue is cool for you. Please subscribe if you could. Apparently that is the big thing in YouTube world.
What could we do to improve our redzone efficiency? I thought we could of spread it out throw some fades, read options, and swing screens.
 
I'd give the RBs (specifically, Harris) more credit on 2 of the runs you highlighted. Excellent job of patience and pressing inside before popping outside on the first and elite job of jump cutting and shuffling back inside into the hole on the second run.

Since I asked 87 times last night, I'll ask an 88th time today: why in the hell did we not get into a rhythm in the run game sooner and stick with it? Those UNC fronts were primed to get rolled on. Why do we make everything so difficult?
No answer for that Lu. Ultimately when I watched back I was happier with what I saw from the offensive standpoint which only made me more upset that we lost. Couple inches come to mind. Jarren tripping up short of a first down by inches, the inches the unc wr scored by in terms of his feet remaining in bounds, and the inches between blake baker's head thinking that was a defense he should call on 4th and 17.
 
No answer for that Lu. Ultimately when I watched back I was happier with what I saw from the offensive standpoint which only made me more upset that we lost. Couple inches come to mind. Jarren tripping up short of a first down by inches, the inches the unc wr scored by in terms of his feet remaining in bounds, and the inches between blake baker's head thinking that was a defense he should call on 4th and 17.
We ran multiple unnecessary DB blitzes from boundary against UF. It was easily there for UNC's OL coach and OL coordinator to see. It's my Safety review thread from last week. I think I even write in "Hate this!" in the notes. Sure, we did it with a corner last week, but it's a clear tendency. I know someone will say "the two DBs bracketing still got lost in their drop." Fine. But the blitz was unnecessary to begin with. I'm so damn frustrated right now.
 
What could we do to improve our redzone efficiency? I thought we could of spread it out throw some fades, read options, and swing screens.
You know, it keeps getting bit by some blitzes down there. I also recall during the FTP Enos Arkansas edition that he had some REALLY creative play designs. It is a myriad of things that are leading to this and not particularly one like I felt with Richt. (lack of creative play design) I would however rethink some of these plays with the multiple A gap blitzer vulnerabilities because two weeks in a row they lost momentum via them. Jarren could have a spidey sense kick in? Go tempo a little more down there, muddle huddle it? You have options. But cleaning up the red zone mess should be priority one.
 
We ran multiple unnecessary DB blitzes from boundary against UF. It was easily there for UNC's OL coach and OL coordinator to see. It's my Safety review thread from last week. I think I even write in "Hate this!" in the notes. Sure, we did it with a corner last week, but it's a clear tendency. I know someone will say "the two DBs bracketing still got lost in their drop." Fine. But the blitz was unnecessary to begin with. I'm so damn frustrated right now.
Oh they got beat on it again this week. Bandy got caught 5 steps in, paused, and over the head it went. Another perfect storm to have another university miami staff member to know you tenancy the second week.
 
I'd give the RBs (specifically, Harris) more credit on 2 of the runs you highlighted. Excellent job of patience and pressing inside before popping outside on the first and elite job of jump cutting and shuffling back inside into the hole on the second run.

Since I asked 87 times last night, I'll ask an 88th time today: why in the hell did we not get into a rhythm in the run game sooner and stick with it? Those UNC fronts were primed to get rolled on. Why do we make everything so difficult?
Mediocre coaching
 
I'd give the RBs (specifically, Harris) more credit on 2 of the runs you highlighted. Excellent job of patience and pressing inside before popping outside on the first and elite job of jump cutting and shuffling back inside into the hole on the second run.

Since I asked 87 times last night, I'll ask an 88th time today: why in the hell did we not get into a rhythm in the run game sooner and stick with it? Those UNC fronts were primed to get rolled on. Why do we make everything so difficult?
Coaches can easily outthink themselves.
 
13 clips ran together as part of the FTP series. Some take away points from the game as I watched it back

  • Offensive line showed some improvement especially along the right side of the line
  • Jarren Williams was extremely accurate with the ball and showed some improvement to include better understanding of the offense, keeping head up and down field and better pocket discipline
  • Blitz pick ups and "checking" out of certain looks is still an issue at times
  • Procedural much more clean in terms of penalties
  • Jakai Clark has a good feel and often looks to engage secondary contact
  • DJ Scaife was solid at right tackle
  • Defense got burned on a safety rotation when it stayed flat in a zero look
  • 4th and 17 call left a lot to be desired
  • A couple of plays or even inches in Miami's direction and Miami is 1-1 on the season
  • If the special team's play was even remotely special this team would be 2-0


I hope you continue to enjoy the FTP series in its new format. For all those that want to be a student of the game like I am, than hopefully this avenue is cool for you. Please subscribe if you could. Apparently that is the big thing in YouTube world.
We’re you able to look at all the specials? Seemed to have some poor matchups up front in kicking game.
 
You know, it keeps getting bit by some blitzes down there. I also recall during the FTP Enos Arkansas edition that he had some REALLY creative play designs. It is a myriad of things that are leading to this and not particularly one like I felt with Richt. (lack of creative play design) I would however rethink some of these plays with the multiple A gap blitzer vulnerabilities because two weeks in a row they lost momentum via them. Jarren could have a spidey sense kick in? Go tempo a little more down there, muddle huddle it? You have options. But cleaning up the red zone mess should be priority one.
I think Enos should incorporate a check with me system. I think we're moving toward a semi-spread offense.
 
I'd give the RBs (specifically, Harris) more credit on 2 of the runs you highlighted. Excellent job of patience and pressing inside before popping outside on the first and elite job of jump cutting and shuffling back inside into the hole on the second run.

Since I asked 87 times last night, I'll ask an 88th time today: why in the hell did we not get into a rhythm in the run game sooner and stick with it? Those UNC fronts were primed to get rolled on. Why do we make everything so difficult?
Don’t worry, I’m sure we’ll adjust to that in a couple games.
 
Thank. The defense has taken a step back, this loss was on them (with an assist from kicker)...And this is even before if we have injuries issues, which will hurt with this depth. Hopefully Silvera and Bolden give much needed shot in the arm.
 
Offense made the game 1 to game 2 improvement I was looking for. OL took positive steps as well. Jarren went from waiting for the home run throw and getting sacked repeatedly speeding up his decision making and getting the ball out. Now he needs to find that balance between waiting for the deep routes to develop and getting the ball out faster. But overall it was nice to see him progressing.

Defense and ST regressed.
 

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