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Does Butch Jones's (is that the correct place for the apostrophe) offense call for a fullback pretty often? Is there a chance Fugate moves back to offense and Justin King back to OLB?
No s after the apostrophe
Correct Rollo its spelled Jones'. If word ends in "s" then just the apostrophe after the "s".
But back to your question, I have no idea but it is a very good question. I would assume it is pretty close to what Chaney ran the past two years.
This post was edited by woody 12 16 months ago
King and Fugate need to play LB...we have a need for some head crackers over there...I'd think both Tom Smith and Alden Hill need to get a look over there as well because Graham is going to land Derrick Green. I just wonder if any of our current commits are told to pound sand, diplomatically of course?
I'm sure most of this will be worked out in spring practice.
Yeah that's right.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by smasher423 16 months ago
I think technically Jones's is correct. It is common practice (in print) to leave off the final s. I think you're okay either way.
Coach Jones' base offense at Cincinnati had 3 WR, a TE, and 1 RB. Very seldom were there 2 backs in the backfield. Lots of 4 WR and 4 WR 1 TE sets with no backs also.
Zone blocking schemes up front. Lots of zone read-option and zone counter run action. UC ran the ball just over 56% of the time under CBJ in the last 2 years.
GO BEARCATS!! FIGHT!!! FIGHT!!!! FIGHT!!!!!
Got a question for you. When he ran 4 WR and 1 TE was the back split out in slot or do you know. Just wondering if he likes his backs to catch balls out of the backfield and in the slot. +1 with the stats
He's said a couple of times that the schemes will be based on the talent and types of guys he has. So I think it's anybody's guess about what we'll look like next year on both sides of the ball.
Where does everyone think Croom will end up? Back to WR? I realize it will depend on spring practice, his weight, and other factors, but are there any early predictions?
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