That should do it.
Wow :47 is deja vu
Steele Jantz = Seneca Wallace. Hopefully, with better results against OU.
I watched the replay last nite at 1am, and saw a few very nice things Jantz did, that shows his level of "gamer":
1. Pump fake to get db's to bite on routes
2. Checked down 2-3-4 receivers. Obviously it helps that he had time.
3. Threw the ball away if there wasn't a good place for ball.
4. He did miss the ball on a decent snap, but when going for the ball on the ground, he slapped at the ball when he knew he wasn't going to get it, to try and give someone else a shot at recovering it....smart idea.
5. Obviously made plays with his legs, but also pump faked on runs, and sometimes runs and sometimes throws.
These are small things, but they all help, and seperate the good and the great.
Another note, if you ever question how much rotating your players to have fresh legs helps, just watch the burst James White had left at the end of a game, and score easily.
Seneca was a terrific QB for us, but the team around him was not good enough to back him up when teams schemed against him. Seneca was forced to try and do everything himself.
Our coaches at the time also had a difficult time making adjustments. OU was a perfect example. They schemed to shut down Seneca and had a field day.
I think we have a better OL, Defense, and RBs than we did in 2002 and I don't think they are firing on all cylinders yet. That should make a big difference between 2002 and 2011.