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Born to a US Army Officer and German beauty in 1981. The Army sent us to many places so I have lived in Germany, Maryland, Iowa, Kansas, California, New York, and Georgia. I fell in love with Football when my Dad took me to see Notre Dame destroy SMU on 11/12/1989. I played my high school football in Southern California and went to Columbia University to continue playing since for some crazy reason Bob Davie didn't want to recruit me. I am still in love with college football to this day, and thank God have two beautiful children and beautiful wife to get me through the offseason.
I stand corrected. The Wildcat proved invaluable against Purdue.
Thanks for the encouraging comment.
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I think it's a combination of things up front. I don't think Latina is afforded enough time to practice fundamentals. I think the offensive linemen are overloaded. And I think there is still relatively low experience in our starting five. BGS did a great article earlier (http://bluegraysky.blogspot.com/2008_08_01_archive.html#4710132122120909785) in the year on this. It spells it out quite nicely. Latina sent a bunch of offensive linemen no one recruited to the NFL while at Ole Miss. He knows what he's doing. But he may be handicapped in what he can accomplish by those around him. Additionally, the never ran stretch plays at Ole Miss. And we shouldn't be running them either.
Keep checking in William. I'm going to do a comparison of Weis' playcalling to Haywood's playcalling after this week's game.
Also, there's a lot more at http://clashmoremike.com.
Spread the word to fellow Irish statistics and X's and O's enthusiasts.
Thanks for the note.
P.S. - I don't think Latina is the problem. He is an exceptional coach. My cousin played for him at Ole Miss and raves about him.