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Harry

Fine took a beating yesterday

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Good thing we have the week off.  He took a lot of nasty hits before and AFTER releasing the ball yesterday.  We have to get these o-line issues addressed and quickly.  Also C-USA refs need to cut this after play crap out or we are going to become a league full of injured QB's.

 

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Damn! I count 4 NT OL and 2 Rice linemen on Fine.  Come on OL.  Protect Mason or get off the f..king field!!  Do your job!

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Not only that, he is running around out there like he is stitched together with bubble gum and duct tape at times and we are still running an keepers? Makes no sense! You want to run a keeper, put Quinn out there, he is a good enough runner to get positive yardage even when the defense knows it’s going to be a running play.

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10 hours ago, Harry said:

Good thing we have the week off.  He took a lot of nasty hits before and AFTER releasing the ball yesterday.  We have to get these o-line issues addressed and quickly.  Also C-USA refs need to cut this after play crap out or we are going to become a league full of injured QB's.

 

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Holy crap !   This picture says it all...

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That picture is an accurate depiction of the OL in-general as well:   
Riley Mayfield blocking his dude.   Everyone else confused with defenders past them.   Confusion is mainly on coaching.  Interior OL is really struggling to keep their blocks or adjust to stunts.   And of course, we have serious issues at LT.

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