Sorry this is late. Real life reared its head this week.
Anyway, O-Line: Ortmann - Schilling - Moosman - Huyge - Dorrestein.
|2-10||Shotgun slot left||Brown||Zone read dive||6||Ortmann, Schilling||Koger|
|1-10||Ace 4 WR||Brown||HB dive||2||-||Schilling|
|2-8||Shotgun slot right||Brown||Zone read stretch||41-TD||Huyge, Schilling, Ortmann, Koger, Mathews||-|
2nd and 10: Ortmann seals the tackle and Schilling gets to the linebacker in time, but while Koger counters back from the H-back position to block Kirlew, he actually pushes Kirlew right into Brown. A six yard gain is great, but it could've been more.
1st and 10: This is a "meh" play, as Middleton is keyed in on Brown from the get go and not fooled by the slot receiver faking an end around, but Schilling is discarded by the tackle to stop the play anyway.
2nd and 8: Just perfect. I mean this doesn't get any better. Huyge gets into the linebackers on the opposite side of the play from his right guard spot, Ortmann and Schilling clear the DL, and Koger and Mathews provide perfect downfield blocking. Beautiful to watch.
|1-10||Ace 2 TE||Brown||HB dive||-1||-||Huyge|
1st and 10: Larry Black beats Huyge inside and grabs a hold of Brown before he gets back to the LOS.
|2-10||Shotgun slot left||Shaw||Zone read dive||2||Koger||-|
2nd and 10: Koger does a good job this time countering back from the H-back position to take out the uncovered defensive end, but a linebacker is coming around this way as well, and Shaw cuts back basically right into him. This might be bad vision from Shaw, but there wasn't a gaping hole for him or anything, so no minus.
|1-10||Shotgun split slot left||Minor||Zone read stretch||5||Moosman, Schilling||-|
|2-5||Shotgun split slot left||Shaw||Zone read dive||3||-||-|
|3-2||Shotgun 3 WR 2 TE||Robinson||QB keeper||3||Dorrestein/Huyge||Webb|
1st and 10: Moosman gets enough of the tackle to escort him away from the ball, and Schilling gets to the second level while Minor just plows ahead.
2nd and 5: Another "meh" play. No real standout from the OL, but I don't think anybody screws up either. The tackler is an unblocked linebacker, but I don't know if one of the linemen was supposed to get to the second level to block him or if he just made a quick read and a good play.
3rd and 2: Dorrestein and Huyge combine to seal the defensive end inside which gives Robinson the edge, but Webb whiffs a block on the second level, which disrupts the play. Robinson falls forward for a first down.
|1-10||Shotgun 4 WR||Robinson||Yakety Sax||5||-||-|
|1-10||Shotgun 4 WR trips left||Robinson||QB keeper||2||-||Huyge/Dorrestein|
|1-10||Shotgun slot right||Robinson||QB keeper||7||Dorrestein, Huyge, Schilling||-|
|2-3||Shotgun slot right||Minor||Zone read dive||12-TD||Schilling, Moosman, Huyge||-|
1st and 10: Not sure why I'm even including this play. Robinson drops the snap and then creates five yards all on his own.
1st and 10: This one is tough to read. Huyge releases into the second level, but the guy he released from makes the tackle, and from the looks of it Dorrestein was supposed to get inside of said tackler but wasn't quick enough to do so. I could be wrong in negging both of them.
1st and 10: Great job by Dorrestein here turning the DE outside and away from Robinson. Huyge and Schilling get to the second level, the former sticking a linebacker downfield and the latter giving another linebacker a great cut block from the backside.
2nd and 3: Even with Molk out and Moosman and Huyge shifting positions, this same play that Minor exploded Notre Dame on time and again works like a charm. Moosman mashes the DT inside, and the guards get to the linebackers to erase them while Minor rumbles through into the endzone.
|1-15||Shotgun 4 WR||Robinson||QB draw??||7||-||-|
|2-8||Shotgun slot left||Brown||Zone read dive||-1||-||Robinson|
|3-9||Shotgun slot left||Robinson||"Zone read" keeper||3 (fumble)||-||Robinson (-2)|
1st and 15: I honestly can't tell if this is a called run. The OL is pass blocking and it isn't the usual "one step and go" QB draw. So I dunno.
2nd and 8: I'm wondering if this is a read play at all, because Larry Black crashes down unblocked, but Brown gets the ball anyway and is tackled for a loss. Either Robinson makes the wrong read here, or it was a called handoff disguised as a read. For now I'm going to go with the coaches when they say they don't change anything for Robinson and I'll just assume he made the wrong read here and should've kept it.
3rd and 9: This is actually a new play. Robinson gives the appearence of a read, but he isn't reading anything; he immediately pulls it out and basically follows Brown right up the middle. Florida runs this play with Tebow a lot, it's basically a veer play designed to give the QB a lead blocker right up the gut. Unfortunately Robinson has the ball taken away.
|1-10||I-form 3 WR||Minor||HB blast||-1||-||Huyge|
1st and 10: Larry Black gets inside leverage on Huyge, busting this play up immediately.
|1-10||Shotgun slot left||Robinson||QB keeper||8||Odoms, Hemingway||-|
|2-2||Shotgun slot right||Robinson||QB keeper||5||Huyge, Dorrestein||Dorrestein|
1st and 10: Robinson just darts to his left at the snap, and Odoms and Hemingway have provided good blocks on the outside to produce a solid gain on 1st down.
2nd and 2: Good quickness by Huyge getting to the second level to block the linebacker, but a plus and a minus for Dorrestein. He does a good job turning the end outside to provide a hole for Robinson to scoot through, but he fails to maintain the block as the end sheds him and tackles Robinson to prevent a bigger gain.
|2-11||Shotgun 4 WR||Brown||Zone read stretch||8||Ortmann, Moosman, Koger||-|
|1-10||Shotgun 4 WR||Forcier||Zone read keeper||-1||-||Forcier (-2)|
|1-10||Shotgun 4 WR||Brown||Zone read stretch||5||Ortmann||-|
|2-5||Shotgun slot right||Brown||Zone read stretch||12||Ortmann, Moosman, Huyge||-|
|1-10||Shotgun 4 WR trips right||Forcier||Yakety Sax||9||Hemingway||Moosman|
|2-1||I-form 1 WR||Minor||HB Power O||8||Webb/Ortmann||-|
|1-10||I-form 1 WR||Minor||HB Power O||1||-||-|
|2-9||Shotgun slot left||Brown||Zone read stretch||5||Dorrestein, Moosman||-|
|2-pt.||Shotgun 5 WR||Forcier||QB draw||8||Schilling||-|
2nd and 11: Textbook blocking from Ortmann and Moosman here, creating a seam for Brown to easily get through. Downfield block from Koger turns three yards into eight.
1st and 10: Not good decision making by Tate here. Kirlew keeps contain, but Forcier keeps it anyway. Then, as Kirlew crashes down toward him, he doesn't throw it out to Grady in the slot. Double whammy.
1st and 10: More of a team effort on this one, but Ortmann stands out, as he does a great job clearing out Middleton.
2nd and 5: Ortmann handles Middleton again, and with Moosman tossing the defensive tackle to the ground, this creates a big hole for Brown to hit. Huyge assists at the second level on a linebacker.
1st and 10: The play is busted by another bad snap by Moosman, but Forcier turns this one into a nice gain with the help of a good heads up block downfield by Hemingway.
2nd and 1: Huyge pulls here, but this is all Webb and Ortmann teaming up to absolutely blow Greg Middleton backwards. They completely demolish him, and there's nobody there to stop Minor.
1st and 10: Exact same play to the opposite side. Nobody's at fault here, this is just a great play by the weakside linebacker to shoot through the gap and trip Minor. If he doesn't make this play, Minor is probably in the endzone.
2nd and 9: Dorrestein turns the playside DE outside, which is key to the stretch play. Moosman muscles the DT down the line on the zone block, giving Brown a crease.
2-pt. conversion: Schilling with the Bush Push!
|1-10||I-form 3 WR||Minor||Iso||3||-||Schilling|
|2-7||Shotgun 4 WR||Minor||Zone read stretch||0||-||Ortmann, Moosman|
1st and 10: I'm probably being harsh on Schilling here. Really good play by the defensive tackle to get through his block and hold this down.
2nd and 7: Ortmann doesn't get to the weakside tackle coming down the line in time, and Moosman is overwhelmed by the playside tackle, and they combine to stuff this.
|2-8||Shotgun slot left||Brown||Zone read dive||4||Koger||-|
|1-10||Shotgun 4 WR||Minor||Zone read stretch||7||Ortmann, Moosman, Koger||-|
|2-3||Shotgun 4 WR trips right||Robinson||QB keeper||5||Ortmann, Minor, Schilling||-|
|1-10||Shotgun slot right||Minor||Zone read stretch||4||Ortmann, Schilling||Huyge|
|2-6||Shotgun slot right||Robinson||QB keeper||-1||-||Koger, Robinson|
2nd and 8: Messiness involving the actual OL, but Koger pops Kirlew when he counters backside from the H-back position. That, coupled with the aforementioned messiness, creates a decent four yards.
1st and 10: Eh. Ortmann excels at turning the DE outside, Moosman holds (perhaps illegally) the tackle inside and Koger (flexed out in the slot) blocks downfield, but...eh. I doubt this is an actual zone read play, because if it is, Robinson can pull the ball and have nothing but a flat footed defensive end between him and wide open pastures. Maybe he just made the wrong decision to hand it off (or maybe even not, since the end kept contain), but I don't think there was any "read" involved here.
2nd and 3: Ortmann and Schilling turn the end and tackle outside and inside respectively, and Minor nails the linebacker while serving as the lead blocker for Robinson.
1st and 10: Ortmann again turns the end out, and Schilling gets to the second level to erase one linebacker. Huyge however, doesn't get to the other linebacker in time, who tackles for a minimal gain.
2nd and 6: Koger whiffs on the DE/LB. It doesn't actually affect the run since the end gets caught inside, but it gives easy room for other defenders to zero in. Robinson tries to bounce it outside when he should just lower his head and try to fall forward for a yard or two.
|1-10||I-form 2 TE||Minor||HB off tackle right||5||Moundros, Schilling||-|
|2-5||I-form 2 TE||Minor||Iso||4||Moundros||-|
|3-1||I-form 2 TE||Minor||Iso||2||Moundros||-|
1st and 10: Woah. Mark Moundros exists! And he makes his presence felt by mashing an OLB here, springing Minor off tackle. Schilling is out there with him providing a great block, and Minor pulls up in order to stay in bounds and keep the clock moving.
2nd and 5: All Moundros again, as he blows up the middle linebacker, giving Minor all the room he needs.
3rd and 1: Moundros again nails the linebacker. This time the safety is shooting in right behind the LB, but the poor bastard gets trucked by Minor. Ballgame.
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