Khaal or Roadhoused, can you figure out how many of JB's fumbles came before and after the reverse TD to Horne in the KU game? That was the play JB cracked two ribs lead blocking. One of their Dline guys stepped on him after he made the block that sprung Horne for the TD.
Both Barnett and SJ need to improve on ball control, and making smarter decisions....
No need to try and work your way into making JB is ahead of SJ.
Didn't Standard have a streak where he didn't fumble for awhile? Maybe I'm thinking of the wrong person but I thought he had a streak in high school that was pretty long.
If there was a guy that is on the opposite spectrum, it would probably be Shontrelle for me, just because of his injury. We have a great RB coach in Pope that will make sure we are good in that area so I'm not worried about it.
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Just saw this...thanks for digging it up for me, Agronomist.
FootballinTexas, I could go back through the play by plays to assign fumbles before and after that play but I'm not going to. Same deal for the zone read fumbles (only I'd have to actually watch the games).
Jantz threw more pics and JB fumbled more. As has been noted in a lot of other discussions that still doesn't tell the whole story. Interceptions doesn't account for all (or probably even close) to all of the horrible throws made by a QB. There are just so many variables.
Was the pass on target but tipped by the WR? Was the ball defelected? Was it a busted route? We use the stats we have and just have to remember to keep that in mind.
However, at this point JB has put the ball on the ground more and Jantz has been picked off more, that's what we know. Surely there have also been instances of JB making a bad throw that wasn't picked off...it goes both ways. I'm just trying to provide an honest evaluation with zero bias.
Basically what I gather is that Shontrelle and Woody seem more secure than White as far as RBs go. That's about it for RBs. 3 lost fumbles as a max for a player isn't really enough to say he has a big problem though.
Hey Rhoadie and ISU Ag.....That is great stuff. Yeah, I was looking for info on both INT's and fumbles by anyone that touches the ball.
Interesting comment by someone that an INT is always bad news, a fumble maybe.........
The jock strap was way too funny. Takes me back to my mom going with me to buy one in the small town store. Had to have one for 7th grade (?) PE.
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