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« on: September 16, 2018, 05:20:03 PM »

                                                                                   Ole Miss vs Bama

First, congrats to the Bama coaches and players on a great victory.  This was a game that was put away in the first quarter.

OFFFENSE:   Bama put together 516 yards of total offense.  There could have been a lot more if Bama hadnít called off the dogs as they say.  They had 306 passing and 210 rushing.  As far as negative plays, Bama had 6 tackles for losses, 1 sack, 2 fumbles (one lost and one recovered, and an interception. All the negative plays took place in the 2nd half.  There was one in the first half, but it was negated by an Ole Miss penalty.   They had 3 three and outs, and one of those was because of a fumble.  All the 3 and outs took place in the 2nd half. As far as plays that covered 10+ yards, I credit Bama with 11 pass plays and 9 running plays.  Bama got into the red zone 7 times.  When Bama got into the red zone they scored 4 touchdowns and 2 field goals.  On their other trip they missed a field goal.  Bama also scored 3 touchdowns outside the red zone.   Bama longest drive in the game was 13 plays that ended in a field goal.  Seven different players scored touchdowns in the game and 6 of those were different players on the offense.  Three of the touchdown drives were only 3 play drives.  Bama also did a good job running the ball on the edge.

QB:   Tua and Jalen again played well.  Jalen did throw an interception which probably took points off the board.  Tua did miss a couple of throws he usually makes.   Tua completed 73% of his passes while Jalen completed 70%.  Jones was a little less effective.  He did miss an open receiver on his first pass but did make a nice throw for his solo completion.

RB:   The running backs combined averaged 4.57 yards per carry.  They ran well with the first O line but saw things get a little more difficult with the back-ups in the game. I thought they did a good job pass blocking. 

Rec:   Six different receivers had catches and half of them had touchdowns.  If my stats are correct Irv Smith had 14 catches last year.  He already has 9 after 3 games.  He is also a threat to run more than a flat route our hook route.  They did throw some key block on the big runs by the rbís.

OL:  The OL played well.  I thought they blocked pretty well on the edge where there was some of the better runs.  The starters gave up no real negative plays.  Most of the time the QBís had time to make the throws.  The back-ups were a different story.  They gave up the negative plays for the day.  However, they got some good experience and can learn from their mistakes.  This will be a great teaching film for the back-ups.

Defense:  The defense played well.  OM came into the game averaging 596 yards per game and 407.5 of that was passing.  Bama held them to 248 total yards.  OM had 133 passing and 115 rushing.  The most interesting stat is that at the half, OM had 127 yards passing.  This mean Bama held them to 6 yards passing in the second half.   Also, most of the game they rushed only 4.  I have Bama bringing more than 4 only 7 times in the game.  Bama had more return yardage on their interception than OM threw for in the 2nd half.   As fa as negative plays, I have Bama credited with 6 tackles for losses, 4 sacks, 1 fumble recovery, and 2 interceptions, one which was returned for a touchdown.  OM never got into Bamaís red zone.  Their only touchdown came on the first offensive play of the game on the 75-yard touchdown.  Take that away and their offensive totals look even worse.  As far as 3 and outs, I have Bama credited with 6 three and outs.  They also had a 1 and out because of an interception.  For plays that covered 10+ yards, OM had 4 passes and 3 runs.  Their only score came from outside the red zone.   

DL:   I thought they played well.  They were able to pressure the QB with only 4 rushers most of the day.  I thought Q. Williams stood out among the D line.  The only complaint was when a couple of times they lost the edge for the 3rd game in a row.  This is where a couple of the big runs came from.  I also have them for at least 3 tipped balls that ended in incompletions.

LB: The LBís played well had they had to drop deep in coverage at time and still play the run.
   
DB:  I thought they played well except for the first play.  On the first play the defensive back made a critical mistake as he focused on the backfield and QB instead of facing the runner to make up the separation when beat.  You just canít run as fast when you are looking back.  I have at least 2 PBU by Diggs.  Also, as stated above they came up with 2 interceptions and drop what should have been another.  This game they were tested downfield unlike the last couple of game where most of the throws were under 10 yards.

Special Teams:  They missed a field goal which too me looked like a plant foot issue.  I thought it may have been too far from the ball and too far forward.  The kick off coverage was good when the returns did take place, the only decent returns were made because of illegal blocks.  As far as Bamaís kickoff returns, Jacobs again did a good job.

Penalties:  There were some penalties, but they didnít hurt Bama in the long run.  The bad part is again many were on defense and one gave them a first down.  The worse on was Jacobís unsportsman like conduct after a touchdown which is assessed on the kickoff.  Fortunately, OM could not set up a return. 

Finally, again this game was one where many players got good game experience.  The defense was tested by a vertical passing game.  There was a few missed tackles that needs to be cleaned up as well as losing the edge on the defensive front.

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« Reply #1 on: September 16, 2018, 05:46:36 PM »

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Excellent summary and assessment, coach.  Thanks for your work.

Did you see anything that might cause concern for the upcoming A&M game?
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« Reply #2 on: September 16, 2018, 05:53:59 PM »

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Excellent summary and assessment, coach.  Thanks for your work.

Did you see anything that might cause concern for the upcoming A&M game?

I think A&M will have the best front Bama OL has faced.  I just don't know how good the OL really is.
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« Reply #3 on: September 16, 2018, 06:09:07 PM »

Thanks, Coach.  Great analysis as always.  Looking forward to A&M next week at home.  ROLL TIDE!!!
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« Reply #4 on: September 16, 2018, 06:10:38 PM »

Great job again, Coach. Our O seems to be able to do what they want at will, which is a good thing because it gives our D a chance to develop. A&M will probably give us more of a challenge than anyone so far, but I don't see any serious threat from them. Do you, Coach?
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« Reply #5 on: September 16, 2018, 06:15:42 PM »

Great job again, Coach. Our O seems to be able to do what they want at will, which is a good thing because it gives our D a chance to develop. A&M will probably give us more of a challenge than anyone so far, but I don't see any serious threat from them. Do you, Coach?

Like I stated above, I am not completely sold on the OL yet.  They have not really been tested in the first 3 games in my opinion. 
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« Reply #6 on: September 16, 2018, 06:18:15 PM »

Excellent job hscoach. Thanks so much for your input. One thing I see is penalties, I think those have to be cleaned up they could hurt us in a close or big game. RTR!
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« Reply #7 on: September 16, 2018, 07:54:56 PM »

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« Reply #8 on: September 17, 2018, 09:48:36 AM »

Great assessment Coach.  Thank you for the effort.
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