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It isn't as hard to stop an offense when you know what play has been called. The following is from an article titled :"Banks Continues Manufacturing Mistakes" in the Tuesday edition of The Commercial Dispatch, a Columbus, MS daily newspaper.
MSU coaches said the defense was able to take Frazier, who had 18 yards passing in the first three quarters, out of comfort zone because of the "trickle down effect," which allowed the linebackers to let the rest of the defense know what was coming as Frazier shouted signals.
"It makes our job as coaches so much easier when (MSU senior linebacker) Cam Lawrence is signaling over his head every time they were calling a pass," MSU co-defensive coordinator/linebackers coach Geoff Collins said Monday. Lawrence and sophomore Matt Wells figured out the Tigers' play calls, which enabled the MSU secondary to know how many players it needed at the line of scrimmage by the end of the first quarter.
I am not giving up on this team. War Eagle!!
Saw it in Clemson game. First dad gum game with a new offensive co and they are calling our plays before the snap. Absolutely pitiful. Do you think we are paying our guys enough to see that on film after 2 full games?
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