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LA Tech WR targets

 

After Moses led the Israelites out of slavery in Egypt to the Promise Land, they sent 12 spies into the land to scout it out.  Two of the spies came back with good reports, saying that the land was everything God had promised.  However, the remaining ten spies told of huge giants that inhabited the land and filled the people’s hearts with fear.  They decided not to enter the land.

God punished their unfaithfulness with 40 years of wandering the dessert.  They could not re-enter the promise land until the entire generation that had rejected it earlier died out. 

I seriously wondered at the end of the 3rd quarter if we were in our wandering stage, paying for the sins of the Meredith affair and other civil rights disasters in the 60s.  People are living longer now, so we may have to wait more than 40 years.  God did provide for the people by having manna rain down from heaven (Cotton Bowls, blocking MSU's FG with wind), but they could not get their inheritance until the unfaithful generation died out.

Now, with a clear head, I think that God has a bit more on his plate than being concerned with SEC football, but getting blowed out by a middle tier WAC team is as close to a curse as I've ever witnessed.

Of course we were inconsistent with our passing strategy against LA Tech.  This time, Moncrief and Bolden led in targets with 6 a piece.  Moncrief hauled in 4 catches for 57 yards and Bolden had 2 for 66 yards and our lone TD.

Next were Logan and Tobias Singleton (trying to get him some stats) with 4.  Logan had 1 catch for 9 yards and Singleton had 2 for 12. 

En-Ricky, Collins Moore, Derrick Herman, and leading WR, Nick Brassell had 2 targets.  Of course En-ricky was as big of a part of the game plan as your leading WR, it makes perfect sense.  No way that LA Tech was expecting that.

Neat, Sanders, Philander Moore, Allen, and Scott rounded out the Swiss watch of offensive attacks with one target a piece.

I don't know how to analyze this, because I feel certain I have already put more thought into it than Nutt and Lee did.  I really thought that with being fired, the coaches and players would loosen up and let Brewer put in some wrinkles and we would take care of business against the third set of Bulldogs, but I was wrong.  Same old jet sweeps.  Spread backfield with Power I OL play.  I guess that Nutt doesn't get why we've lost game and why he and 9 other coaches are unemployed now.

Raw numbers for the year

Total

242

135

1663

8

12.3

6.9

55.8%

Name

Targets

Catches

Yards

TD

YPC

YPT

Catch Rate

% of Targets

Donte Moncrief

55

26

439

4

16.9

8.0

47%

22.7%

Ja-Mes Logan

41

20

274

0

13.7

6.7

49%

16.9%

Nick Brassell

37

23

341

1

14.8

9.2

62%

15.3%

Jeff Scott

17

15

99

0

6.6

5.8

88%

7.0%

Brandon Bolden

17

12

154

1

12.8

9.1

71%

7.0%

Jamal Mosley

14

9

91

1

10.1

6.5

64%

5.8%

Collins Moore

11

2

54

0

27.0

4.9

18%

4.5%

Derrick Herman

10

4

30

0

7.5

3.0

40%

4.1%

Philander Moore

9

5

14

0

2.8

1.6

56%

3.7%

Ferbia Allen

8

5

65

0

13.0

8.1

63%

3.3%

Vincent Sanders

5

4

50

0

12.5

10.0

80%

2.1%

Korvic Neat

5

1

2

0

2.0

0.4

20%

2.1%

Tobias Singleton

4

2

12

0

6.0

3.0

50%

1.7%

Melvin Harris

3

2

21

1

10.5

7.0

67%

1.2%

Devin Thomas

2

1

5

0

5.0

2.5

50%

0.8%

Enrique Davis

2

2

7

0

3.5

3.5

100%

0.8%

HR Greer

1

1

0

0

0.0

0.0

100%

0.4%

Randall Mackey

1

1

5

0

5.0

5.0

100%

0.4%

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