im a pharmacy student who can't wait to have enough money for a psl. Love the panthers, they came around right, like a lot of us, when I was just old enough to really be into sports. Can't wait for another year to start. Go cats!
To me it wasn't so much the field goal, I probably would have kicked it to. What pissed me off was running it up the gut on third and 5 against a stacked box. They had a timeout, so they were going to stop the clock anyways. Throw the ball and try and pick up a first. They were playing for a field goal the whole time (aka trying not to lose)
If you watch the video, LaFell points him to his spot, then Gettis turns and looks towards the sideline with his arms outstretched. It's obvious who was confused on the play. As far as the playbook, Rivera specifically mentioned in a camp video last year that he was expecting Gettis to contribute and said he was hopeful that Gettis had an understanding of the playbook by then. And that was after a year in the offense.
Hmm, IDK. Him out stretching his arms could still just be that he never heard the call. I don't think that proves he doesn't know the playbook.
Let me preface this by saying I'm an Appstate grad and huge Armanti fan. I always understood the process to be that practice gave you the opportunity to play in the preseason and preseason games gave you an opportunity to make the team. Based on preseason games this season alone I would have kept Gettis over Armanti and Hixon. Maybe Gettis was more severely injured than we know, but just based on play he was at least the 4th best reciever.
Ok I'm an old fuc. What the hell is an UT? If I remember from way back when single wing t O was in vogue. The Defense has a 0-1 technique depending on shade to strong side. A 3 technique and a 5 tech. then you have the 7 tech. Is this not the same or has football passed me by. Please enlighten me and bring me up to the hip way of speaking.
A UT is the, usually, smaller DT in a 4-3 that is used more for penetration than run stuffing. Most of the time they are a in a 3 tech. I would guess most people use UT and 3 tech interchangeably.