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Old 06-25-2013, 07:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Faster Offenses Lead To Weaker Defenses In The SEC

i just read this on Mr SEC,i thought it was an interesting read,showing the differences,between up tempo teams and the slower snap times

"To see exactly what impact those up-tempo offenses have had on their defensive counterparts, we’ve pored over a number of SEC statistics from 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012. We wanted to see if going all no-huddle and lickety-split on offense took a toll on a team’s defensive performance. Many have made that case in recent years, including those of us here at MrSEC.com."

Sure You Wanna Speed It Up? Faster Offenses Lead To Weaker Defenses In The SEC

other than the Cam Newton team,the slower snapped time teams did better

i wonder how much up tempo coach Jones teams will be ?will it be a hurry up and get to line and make adjustments from the formation or a hurry up and get the ball snapped type?
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That's not really a fair comparison....With Bama, Georgia, LSU, etc Defenses makes all other defenses look weaker by comparison, no matter what Scheme the Offense runs.
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In 07 we had an up tempo offense using the no huddle and our defense was still good
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Old 06-25-2013, 07:26 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I'm sure we will have a rule of some kind against up tempo offenses in the near future. Some coaches are already complaining.
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I am not entirely sure that I am correctly following their line of argument, but, if I am, this is hardly surprising. Faster, uptempo offenses compress time of possession, thus leading to more total possessions and more opportunities for offenses to gain yardage and defenses to surrender that commodity. The descriptor used by the article's author, in that case, is misleading. If, in fact, this strategy contributes to fatigue of defensive personnel, as some have suggested, that would be another story. On the other hand, why should such a pace fatigue defenders more than offensive personnel if both platoons on a given team practice at the same pace?
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That's not really a fair comparison....With Bama, Georgia, LSU, etc Defenses makes all other defenses look weaker by comparison, no matter what Scheme the Offense runs.
Prime example LSU. The only reason they were remotely successful is their defense, it sure wasn't their elite passing game. Although, I will say, their running game was substantial with that freshman, but he is suspended or kicked off the team for some reason.
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i just read this on Mr SEC,i thought it was an interesting read,showing the differences,between up tempo teams and the slower snap times

"To see exactly what impact those up-tempo offenses have had on their defensive counterparts, we’ve pored over a number of SEC statistics from 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012. We wanted to see if going all no-huddle and lickety-split on offense took a toll on a team’s defensive performance. Many have made that case in recent years, including those of us here at MrSEC.com."

Sure You Wanna Speed It Up? Faster Offenses Lead To Weaker Defenses In The SEC

other than the Cam Newton team,the slower snapped time teams did better

i wonder how much up tempo coach Jones teams will be ?will it be a hurry up and get to line and make adjustments from the formation or a hurry up and get the ball snapped type?
Do you think Bama and LSU have had great teams because

A: Their offense huddled

Or

B: They recruited well, coached well, and were superior in talent and scheme come gameday.

Should be pretty obvious.
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Not in the case of Butch's Cincy teams. IIRC both units ranked in the top 5 in the Big East conference his last 2 years there.
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