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  1. Port Neches-Groves 48 Crosby 45/FINAL

    Jeremiah Rose is Bigbros little brother and Shugs older brother. Rose will readily admit that Riggs was more athletically gifted than himself. He was bigger and faster than Rose. Riggs at 6'3 and Rose around 6 foot. Rose's foot speed got in the way of big offers. Riggs desire to play futbol over football probably stopped him. Economics is a laugh. I own a few things so if you ever need a job I got ya. I know Crosby struggling right now. And again, if anything I follow PNG much more closely than WOS. I think everyone would agree with that. You are very loquacious for a guy who cant read.
  2. Port Neches-Groves 48 Crosby 45/FINAL

    The best WR png has had beat you last year. AGAIN I NEVER COACHED AT WOS, Im not even from Texas! I also never took anything away from Heard other than his offense much more simple. You clearly can't read. Crosby did you a disservice in regard to comprehension. I also still have points about the offense that you never addressed above. I know its hard with big words but try and READ THEM. You have no idea what I make, I am not in football. I am a guy who owns businesses, plural. Please get you some hooked on phonics and try again
  3. Port Neches-Groves 48 Crosby 45/FINAL

      The Port Neches-Groves offenseWhen PNG had their backs to the wall their response was to unleash Johnson in a K-State style QB run game, which resulted in him going for 200 rushing yards and four rushing TDs in the second half alone. The word on PNG and Roschon Johnson has typically been that they run something similar to the Tom Herman offense, but when you watch them they’re really closer to Bill Snyder’s Wildcats.PNG is smart about mixing in play-action shots and RPOs off their run game, and they’ll get into four-wide spread sets to throw the ball or rollout the QB out to throw. Here’s what they turn to when they really need to move the ball. That’s QB power from a double TE set with three WRs and a pair of 220 pound senior TEs on the field to clear out space for the featured runner, Roschon Johnson. There’s no way to get numbers to the point of attack for the defense unless they want to play without a safety and thus there’s no way to stop the play except to beat blocks and bring him down. They don’t want to play without a safety because Roschon is too good at stuff like this: Roschon Johnson the passerIf you have a QB that can reliably hit an open man on the perimeter or lead a receiver down the field you can’t do much better than rolling with the “dread wing” offense, the 11 personnel set with a TE, FB, three WRs and no RB.The set creates tremendous issues for defenses if the QB can hit the aforementioned throws and the offense is willing to use him regularly on direct snap runs. The use of a TE creates an extra gap up front and then the FB can insert one more at any point across the front, meaning that there are eight gaps to fill on a given run play. That only leaves three players to cover the receivers and the deep field. If you were ever curious about why K-State is always so good with limited offensive personnel, this is it.The question this leaves for Texas is how good Roschon Johnson can be in a more complicated and less advantaged passing game at Texas.There’s no doubt that Texas would want to maintain the feature of Johnson running the ball downhill with perimeter pass options. The QB counter play with a bubble screen attached that Texas dabbled in last year would likely be a bigger part of the offense with Johnson in, as would the QB zone plays that I suspect will become more prominent in 2018. Johnson would be effective enough on zone-read or QB stretch plays, but Texas would probably want to involve him more heavily as a runner than they did a year ago with Ehlinger and Buechele. Johnson is pretty effective throwing on the run but the big question is how he would do in the dropback game making reads and throws.Here’s a sampling of how that looked for the Indians against Nederland: As you can tell by how easily Nederland overloaded a seven man max protection set, the passing game isn’t the main emphasis for PNG. They love to throw some play-action bombs and have some straightforward dropback in the offense but they obviously know that their bread is buttered with the QB run game and that’s where they’re most effective and skilled as an offense.Still, Roschon hangs in and throws a dig under pressure that’s an absolute strike. PNG uses the “dig-post’ combination that made Mason Rudolph and James Washington such a terror as one of their main ways for pushing the ball down the field. Unlike the Cowboys though, they tend to hit the dig route rather than the post. Most of the passing attempts came in the first half. In the second PNG figured out that they were going to have to win the game with Johnson’s legs and ran him every other play en route to four consecutive TD drives. He was only solid while throwing in this game, regularly trying to hit guys while facing man coverage and pressure. But on plays like this you can see an ability to generate torque from the hips that produces some nice velocity: He’s more raw in his mechanics and footwork than he will be as a multi-year program player at Texas but there are a few traits you can see from his HS film that are encouraging. One is that he is pretty accurate and consistently so. Herman and his staff won’t be working with a guy that can barely get the ball out to the numbers or hit a receiver on the right shoulder. Another is his comfort level making option reads and knowing where to find his guys from week to week. Understanding defenses and how to attack them is a skill that can be translated into multiple offenses if the necessary throwing skills are there.Finally, there were multiple plays even in this game where Johnson had to make a play with his arm to sustain a key drive and he would rise to the occasion. He and the PNG offense are most comfortable right now using his legs to dominate opponents but he’s not a fish out of water when trying to win games with his arm (CROSBY) Would you like more?
  4. Port Neches-Groves 48 Crosby 45/FINAL

    #1 Not from WOS #2 Was a state winning player and assistant coach, now just have a job that is MUCH more profitable and im using my Degrees #3 This is PNG offense. Its the reason why PNG has usually had the areas best QBs the past 10 years #4 You are not an Elite 11 Qb if you cant go through progressions You aren't bringing much to this argument.  This is PNG offense in a nutshell. Tell your coach to take few plays from it like TAKING A KNEE TO RUN OUT THE CLOCK! Clearly you cant talk about the plays because you addressed none of it. Do you know what ZR, ZR is? Do you even ZR bro?  
  5. Port Neches-Groves 48 Crosby 45/FINAL

    Would you care to address what I said above your last post? Ill copy it here Well for one, neither of them would call plays because neither is a coach. Since I was one, I'll break it down. Here’s a quick breakdown of how PN-G’s offense is hard-wired: - Identity: Play fast, play physical, protect the football – West Coast philosophy: high percentage passing (quick screens/quick passes); QB progression/3-step drop – Downhill run game: Power, counter, iso, Buck Sweep – Multiple personnel groups and formations with balanced 50/50 run/pass split. – Lots of shifting and motioning to hide intentions but still keep things simple for the offensive line. – RPO’s and RRO’s (inside run, outside run, option) – Won’t run what’s on your scout card. – Sequential Football: For every motion and every shift there is a run, pass, draw, screen, reverse, and trick in the quiver. After a run or pass is used in a game they build off of it. Everything is a setup. Build stuff off of stuff. The comparison between Johnson and Heard (or any run-first dual) really breaks down at this point. Heard was more ZR, ZR, ZR, play action over the top. Johnson has considerably more on his plate and he understands it at a very high level. He hardly ever takes his eyes off the downfield recievers and it shows on his Winning TD pass against who else but CROSBY!  I could underline this point further but don’t want to reveal some things that might help PN-G’s opponents. Do you understand any of this or is it too much for your meat head. Lake travis is a horrible comparison, they are a 6a with talent all over the place to run what they want. Roschon aint throwing to the #1 WR in the country
  6. Week 8 DCTF State Rankings

    Roschon's Under Armour All American Ceremony kfdm 6pm
  7. Port Neches-Groves 48 Crosby 45/FINAL

    Well for one, neither of them would call plays because neither is a coach. Since I was one, I'll break it down. Here’s a quick breakdown of how PN-G’s offense is hard-wired: - Identity: Play fast, play physical, protect the football – West Coast philosophy: high percentage passing (quick screens/quick passes); QB progression/3-step drop – Downhill run game: Power, counter, iso, Buck Sweep – Multiple personnel groups and formations with balanced 50/50 run/pass split. – Lots of shifting and motioning to hide intentions but still keep things simple for the offensive line. – RPO’s and RRO’s (inside run, outside run, option) – Won’t run what’s on your scout card. – Sequential Football: For every motion and every shift there is a run, pass, draw, screen, reverse, and trick in the quiver. After a run or pass is used in a game they build off of it. Everything is a setup. Build stuff off of stuff. The comparison between Johnson and Heard (or any run-first dual) really breaks down at this point. Heard was more ZR, ZR, ZR, play action over the top. Johnson has considerably more on his plate and he understands it at a very high level. He hardly ever takes his eyes off the downfield recievers and it shows on his Winning TD pass against who else but CROSBY!  I could underline this point further but don’t want to reveal some things that might help PN-G’s opponents. Do you understand any of this or is it too much for your meat head.
  8. Port Neches-Groves 48 Crosby 45/FINAL

    No one on earth believes that Hornsby is the best pro prospect since Luck! NCAA just took in guys like Justin Fields, J.T. Daniels, Trevor Lawrence, and Dorian Thompson Robinson just last class who were all more highly regarded. DJ Uiagalelei is UNIVERSALLY regarded as the best Qb in the class of 2020 with Hornsby. Hudson Card is already a Texas commit so he wouldn't be at A&M anyway. Hornsby would have all the time he needs to develop there at A&M because they have no one, which is why Mond starts! What are you talking about? All this information can be googled man. You really have no clue about what you talk about and have all the information literally in a phone or computer right in front of you. Heard had way less responsibility in play calling, and overall knowledge of an O than Roschon has ever had and is only comparable by being black and having the ability to run. You sound butthurt bro. 
  9. Goose Creek Memorial @ Houston Wisdom

    Sabine Pass doens't like how you kept them out of that argument. 
  10. Crosby V. PNG

    in two games vs vidor and manvel you gave up around 1000 yards rushing alone. How is the run defense better. Or Secondary tackling because if they are getting that many yards it means they are behind the front 7.
  11. Crosby V. PNG

    What???? These people literally educate and raise your kids  for 8-10 hours a day if they play sports so you can come home, put them to bed in 4 hours, and raise them yourself again on weekends. I know teachers that buy their own supplies, food/snacks for kids, and toiletries for kids in puberty all on their own dollar when they barely make a thing. Working inside is usually a perk of having a degree.  I hope you are being sarcastic because you can't be this stupid. If you are this stupid then I am sorry for calling you stupid because you are literally too stupid to insult.    Anyway back to the game, Shug-42 Crosby-28    
  12. Vidor@PNG

    I have named my team in many threads. John Curtis Christian School but that is old history. Don't google them, it will be demoralizing, that's ACTUAL success and TRADITION. Since I live here I follow Roschon but don't have any particular attachment to a team. What you gonna tell me how Louisiana ball is different than Texas? That is always the excuse I hear for why teams aren't as successful here! Thing is I don't think any of your schools could take on our public schools either. Edna Karr would mop the floor with your puppies and likely most of setx.   
  13. Vidor@PNG

    The last time your football team was truly a threat there were White Only restrooms and water fountains! Something to think about. 
  14. Vidor@PNG

    You know darn well you are happy beating PNG and winning one or two playoff games year round, Mr. Golden Crosby!  It builds on the succesful tradition of the past 30 years you always refer to. You and 14.2 have a lot more in common than you think.   
  15. Silsbee 35 Lumberton 13/FINAL

    No Im saying games in the 80s and 90s have no bearing today, these kids were born in 2000 on down and have never seen their team PNG or Ned win anything big in football. If anything, they live off the stories you guys keep telling them from 30-40 years ago. You seem to be content. That is what I am talking about. Championships are the goal for each team every year duh. My beef with you is your team he hasnt been close to the big one since 57 and you talk like you have some built in tradition. Where is it? Your best coach never sniffed the State game with Ned, (Neumann)! The only one delusioned is  YOU.  THE GUY WHO TALKS ABOUT WINNING TRADITIONS AND HASN'T WON THE BIG ONE IN OVER 61 YEARS? 61. Years. Generations of people have lived and died since then. Weren't we in Vietnam? That's before the conclusion of the civil rights movement and integration. Please. You have been happy with beating PNG and short playoff runs with a deep run every so often. You are content Many schools seems content with regular season rivalry wins and a deep playoff run every 5-6 years. Honestly, I dont see much of a difference now in your argument about Ned and 14.2's about Crosby. Both of you seem happy being pretty mediocre once they playoffs start, but you sure can run your mouth about how good your coach wins during the regular season. The MCM trophy is only for yearly display,  State is forever