Indoors, Doors Locked! the guy from the Tribune got in! What's up with that. I slept all weekend across from the river near the zoo's Monkeys just so I could get in. Man those Monkeys are nasty if you turn your back on them. They can really abuse you if you try and fling poo at them. Okay I read the Tribune about spring ball. I have a different slant on what happened from my word of mouth source. The running backs that don't get to speak with the press have a top secret clearance and cannot speak to the press. All other don't have a play book yet. The QB's are going to show up at the scrimmage with basic play calls. Each QB set of calls will have overlapping and basic similar calls, then each QB will have their own specialty calls designed just for them, showcasing their skill set. The running backs are going to run out of the pistol. If QB's have wheels they need to be in the run/pass pistol formation. Everybody catches and everybody runs.
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Defense: will let the dogs loose with each new offensive sets. Then will do run defense sets against that (modified) pistol set. From the pistol comes a change formation back to power I or shotgun. Coach Pete is going to play head games this season with the simplified offense. Basic sets and altered basic sets. The defense will play against what the coach is bringing out of from winter offense labs and from experimentation. The scrimmage will not reveal anything exciting or new, other than who has what edge on what position. Fall ball will install the offense. Spring scrimmage will feature the opportunities given the players within the basic sets. So the coaches and players will need to close the deal in fall ball. Spring ball is the try out for starting position, back up positions, or sending some to Red Shirt land until 2014. This is like keeping one giant wheel spinning through a process of elimination, injury or performance discoveries with each player.
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