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    Re: Hard to watch but good, John Doe Unofficial Asst Coach's videos 1-7

    Players missed lot of assignments in the game. Coaches didn't do good job of game planning and I'm starting to become concern that we struggle to game plan in the playoff the last 3 years.... Saban is going to have to make adjustments... and I think he will. I suspect OC/DC will have co title so when playoff comes... we will be prepared.
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    Re: Hard to watch but good, John Doe Unofficial Asst Coach's videos 1-7

    I did the same thing, all 3 games were deleted.

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    I DVR'd the game and immediately after the game was over, I deleted that game as well as the Oklahoma, Georgia, and Auburn games. I was in NO mood
    to see any of them ever again.

    Alabama did NOT play like a Saban coached Alabama team. Watching Coach Saban on the sidelines, you knew something just wasn't right.

    Let me join YOU in watching that guy's colonoscopy. Will there be any offense or defense?

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    Re: Hard to watch but good, John Doe Unofficial Asst Coach's videos 1-7

    As a old timer, I have not been able to watch the 1971 Orange Bowl against Nebraska, the Punt Bama Punt game, the 1973 Sugar Bowl against ND or the 1975 Orange Bowl against ND yet. I’ll be dead before I have any desire to watch this catastrophe from last week.

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    Re: Hard to watch but good, John Doe Unofficial Asst Coach's videos 1-7

    He highlights how Clemson found our weak spots and created 2 turnovers by disguising coverages very well.

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    Re: Hard to watch but good, John Doe Unofficial Asst Coach's videos 1-7

    And how we messed up, concerning how we should have adjusted.

    And, no, he does not put it all on Tua. Lots of other folks get roasted.

    Coach John Doe still thinks Tua is the best QB, in CFB. When you give him a clean pocket, he can make all the throws. The problem is he was under pressure, most of the game. Along with players out of position, missing their assignments, not checking off, when they saw Clemson doing their switches.

    And the play calling....................

    He also pointed out how Tua made throws that Goldilocks missed on, and had a much higher completion rate. Even with being under pressure.

    Most here have already figured out a lot of this. Just glad he lends his insight. It just makes all the coaching upheaval welcome. Can't wait for CNS to get the new staff in place, and fix all the stupid mistakes, that cost us #18.

    RTR.

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    Re: Hard to watch but good, John Doe Unofficial Asst Coach's videos 1-7

    Quote Originally Posted by cuda.1973 View Post
    And how we messed up, concerning how we should have adjusted.

    And, no, he does not put it all on Tua. Lots of other folks get roasted.

    Coach John Doe still thinks Tua is the best QB, in CFB. When you give him a clean pocket, he can make all the throws. The problem is he was under pressure, most of the game. Along with players out of position, missing their assignments, not checking off, when they saw Clemson doing their switches.

    And the play calling....................

    He also pointed out how Tua made throws that Goldilocks missed on, and had a much higher completion rate. Even with being under pressure.

    Most here have already figured out a lot of this. Just glad he lends his insight. It just makes all the coaching upheaval welcome. Can't wait for CNS to get the new staff in place, and fix all the stupid mistakes, that cost us #18.

    RTR.

    (And SNASS, as usual.)
    Yes I am still convinced Tua is the better QB. He just hits on throws that I haven't seen anyone else be able to hit. But Sunshine is definitely good enough in his own right, and had a far better surrounding cast that night (more prepared).

    I'm hopeful the game resets Alabama's attitude and we come out hungry next year. Not that we don't always do that, but you know what I mean. That 2009 kind of hunger.

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    Re: Hard to watch but good, John Doe Unofficial Asst Coach's videos 1-7

    Quote Originally Posted by TideEngineer08 View Post
    Yes I am still convinced Tua is the better QB. He just hits on throws that I haven't seen anyone else be able to hit. But Sunshine is definitely good enough in his own right, and had a far better surrounding cast that night (more prepared).

    I'm hopeful the game resets Alabama's attitude and we come out hungry next year. Not that we don't always do that, but you know what I mean. That 2009 kind of hunger.
    I think the embarrassment of the score will bring out that hunger. I don't know any other way to say it.

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    Re: Hard to watch but good, John Doe Unofficial Asst Coach's videos 1-7

    Lawrence has a cannon for an arm. He has the arm strength to hit the throws you've got to hit to make in the NFL but so does Tua. I'd agree with John Doe's assessment from what I've watched so far. TL was hitting wide open guys all night with very little consistent pocket pressure to boot. He put a few of them up where literally no one but his guy could make a play and they'd make the ridiculous play. He did throw a couple that I came away impressed about but overall I thought Tua as a freshman looked better as a passer than TL. This isn't to say I don't think he's great because he is great. We've just consistently seen Tua put balls in windows that nobody else can. About the only way you can make a dent into Tua's effectiveness is by whipping his OL's ass or playing extremely risky coverages that you hope he doesn't see the risk you took before he throws it.
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    Re: Hard to watch but good, John Doe Unofficial Asst Coach's videos 1-7

    Part 7 dropped today: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_QptGRrr5A

    I hope he posts/reads here. He breaks down films with way more knowledge of football than I've ever had.

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    Re: Hard to watch but good, John Doe Unofficial Asst Coach's videos 1-7

    Still haven't watched. Can't.

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    Re: Hard to watch but good, John Doe Unofficial Asst Coach's videos 1-7

    Quote Originally Posted by TideEngineer08 View Post
    Still haven't watched. Can't.
    The quick rundown: Virtually every negative thing you thought about our coaching in the game was correct. Virtually anything you thought negatively about Tua's performance is largely unwarranted. Then he goes on a continuity rant for a good while. He finishes it off with: The quest for 18 has already begun, and this season we have something to prove.

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    Re: Hard to watch but good, John Doe Unofficial Asst Coach's videos 1-7

    The main hard part was watching some of the mental lapses, on both sides of the ball. Some of the play calling, on both sides, was baffling.

    The only thing to add was Coach Uce pointed out we basically had recruiters calling the plays, where Clemson had seasoned veterans, who spent an entire year scheming on how to beat us, on the other sideline. Couple that with all of their returning players, compared to how many we lost to graduation, early draft entry, and injuries.................well, we should be glad we got to the championship game.

    The quest for 18 has started.
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    Still not watching this.
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