2020 Position Preview: Running Backs
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Chest, this was another amazing analysis —- thank you!
I did not realize how middle of the PAC the running game had fallen under Peterson and Bush at OC.
Coach Lake and Donovan have said all the right things about bringing toughness back to the offense through the power downhill running game… we will know more around November 7th at 7:30pm.
Forgot to mention…
Those rushing stats are not only the worst in the Pete era, but they are the worst at least since 2010 season.
This was really well done! Great analysis. I didn’t realize just how bad the run game was last year. This also just adds evidence that Newton is not suited to be a 25 carry a game bellcow. Hope to see a lot of Cam Davis this year.
Thanks for the article and previous article.
Chest thanks for also letting me post here. Now here is hoping for a great 2020 year for the Huskies!
We should run all over these fools.
Stanford is so physical that their D is last in Pac-12 in yards per carry and 11th in rushing yards per game. Their rush offense is last in Pac-12 in yards per & 9th in yards per carry. Cut the bullshit. They are big but not athletic.— HuskyFanPodcast (@HuskyFanPodBDTW) December 5, 2020
Finishing the 2021 Class
That’s the focus right now. There’s going to be a lot of questions answered in the next two weeks. How many Oregon will sign and what spots remain. And the key here is, I’m going to wager spots will remain.
Right now Oregon only has 22 verbal commits. They can sign 25. Which of course means they’ll…[Read more]
The Woodbey family holds Coach Lake in high esteem.
Go close him Jimmy. You know he’s best off at #DBU right now.
This is GREAT news. He wants to decide this month. Judging from what
I’ve seen from the Safety. We don’t have an enforcer at Strong Safety.
I watched a bunch of highlights and looked at their stats.
Mills is a good passer but limited in and out of the pocket.
OL seems decent but not great.
WRs are strength of the team. RB’s decent, should improve over time.
They pass a lot.
Defensively they are really bad against the run, nor are they good against the pass. They are capable of…[Read more]