I hope it's well understood by now that my knowledge of football strategy is limited to sandlots and high school benchwarming. Probably because the pressure was never on, and I couldn't pay attention to a detail if it was stapled to my forehead, my memory of schemes and plans and blah blah blahs has pretty much evaporated into nothing --- if there ever was one to begin with. The only "offensive scheming" I remember is when there was no NG opposite the Center, I could tap my Center's cup and run like the blazes for a good 5 or 10 yards. Ah yes, those "defensive reads" sure were complex! I think you can see now why I was most assuredly 2nd string.
I'm hoping my NUGGIES can help me understand Boise's offense.
And I'm hoping our Georgia frienemies can help me understand Georgia's defense.
I will forever be indebted to all of you if I have even a smidgen of understanding based on your responses.
- What type of offfensive formations does Boise run? Is there a good diagram out there?
- How might Georgia line up against such formations? Based on my research of 3-4 defenses, there are countless options... most of which are based on the type of offense shown. This is a pretty good link that shows different 3-4 looks: http://www.buffalorumblings.com/2010/1/26/1269381/which-defensive-scheme-will-the I couldnt' make heads or tails of it.
- What will determine the side of the field that Boykin and Ogletree will line up on?