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jdennis82

2020 East/West Shrine Game QB Preview (TDN)

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SWEEETTT!!  Not a great pass, but it works!

Correction - it was a GREAT pass and he nearly got killed!

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I’m so glad they ran that so they could get him some space outside of a traditional pocket to show case his arm.  Making throws the traditional way has never been his bag.  Sprint outs, bootlegs, etc.  Get him in some space and let it fly.  

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North Texas is west

SMU is east ?

And a long TD run prevents another Mason Fine TD throw.  This is probably the last we see of Mason Today.  

Good luck Mason.  You always made us proud.

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31 minutes ago, peanuts104 said:

Also, not to forget Hambone, he has a sack and has gotten consistent pressure against the opposing qbs.

Getting plenty of snaps too

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I think Hambone has a really good shot at getting drafted.  He got a lot of time.  Shoulda put Mason in on the last drive.  I think Mason only got 3 drives if I counted correctly, which is BS.  He made the most of it though.

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1 minute ago, SigmaGreen said:

https://www.chatsports.com/nfl/a/shrine-game-winners-losers-2020-nfl-draft-41132
 

And the main loser was Mason Fine (QB, North Texas), due to his poor weigh-in numbers. 

This comment stings a bit.

 Bah!  Isn’t that the same knock he had coming out of high school?  He still has a pro day, and maybe the combine. A long way til the draft.   

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Notice that on Mason's TD throw the announcers can't stop talking about how it should have been an INT but the Ohio State wide receiver "saves" him.  

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12 hours ago, emmitt01 said:

Notice that on Mason's TD throw the announcers can't stop talking about how it should have been an INT but the Ohio State wide receiver "saves" him.  

Except that a simple viewing of any Mason highlight reel would show he makes that throw quite often, & oddly enough, has more TDs than INTs to show for it.

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13 hours ago, emmitt01 said:

Notice that on Mason's TD throw the announcers can't stop talking about how it should have been an INT but the Ohio State wide receiver "saves" him.  

I noticed that, I mean isn’t it part of a receivers job to try and catch the ball around them? Or does it have to be a perfect in the numbers throw every time. 

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14 hours ago, emmitt01 said:

Notice that on Mason's TD throw the announcers can't stop talking about how it should have been an INT but the Ohio State wide receiver "saves" him.  

Great point. If it had been one of the "prototypical" P5 QB's all we would have heard is how they " put it in the only place" that gave the receiver a chance go up for it.

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1 hour ago, El Paso Eagle said:

Great point. If it had been one of the "prototypical" P5 QB's all we would have heard is how they " put it in the only place" that gave the receiver a chance go up for it.

I mean Mason knew it was a 50/50 ball when he tossed it up, but I also think he knew who he was throwing it to.  Definitely not advisable to throw into double coverage, but with Mason's arm talent and Binjimon Victor's receiving talent, it worked out.

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