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Author Topic: Tyler Wilson’s take on Morris’ Offense  (Read 8758 times)

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Re: Tyler Wilson’s take on Morris’ Offense
« Reply #150 on: September 18, 2018, 06:28:34 pm »


The problem is that on the Offense,  you really cannot point to any Good Players. Shoot, at best you can point to one current starter that might get drafted very late. So you have no QB that has a good arm who can make decisive reads or throws, you have no RB that truly be a power back , or an all around back, at a high levle, and you have no Receivers that can get meaningful separation. This was the problem last year too. Offense was really<meh> . And the top producers are all gone.

The real problem is we have fans that keep telling us we have good talent. I believe every player tries hard, but who on our Starting 22 would start at MSU? Not Bama, or Auburn, or LSU, but Mississippi State.

I will answer this for you, absolutely no one, unless injury hit them.

MSU has almost exactly the same aggregate recruiting rankings for the past 5 years that Arkansas has, and yet Arkansas doesn't have a single player that would currently start for them. ANd that is the legacy of Bret Bielema

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Re: Tyler Wilson’s take on Morris’ Offense
« Reply #151 on: September 18, 2018, 07:36:41 pm »

i suppose saban holds hands with his players and sings kumbaya

Lol no, I bet he doesn't. I also bet his players aren't miserable.
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Re: Tyler Wilson’s take on Morris’ Offense
« Reply #152 on: September 18, 2018, 07:54:41 pm »

Actually Taylor Powell is not Locks backup or necessarily the heir to the Tiger QB spot.  There is a redshirt soph. ahead of him that they really like.
That’s Micha Wilson from Tulsa.  He and Taylor came through spring battling for the backup spot.  Taylor has gotten the snaps with the twos and subbed in for Lock so far this year. Wilson is a great athlete and there was talk of putting him full time at WR.  He ran a lot of WR in spring ball.
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Re: Tyler Wilson’s take on Morris’ Offense
« Reply #153 on: September 19, 2018, 04:31:57 pm »

Lol no, I bet he doesn't. I also bet his players aren't miserable.
Yeah, you obviously don't know saban then. dude is the same type of coach as petrino.
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