or a continuation of our tackling problems?
Gomer doesn't teach tackling. Just roll the ball out on the field and hope for the best.
That was embarrassing. What kind of shit ass tackling was that? Lol at the trojie who fell down in front of the WR instead of actually trying to tackle him. Looks like the sanction years when USC didn't have enough guys to practice tackling.
Hope Chip is practicing tackling this year.
@BigBallss Yeah, that was pretty bad. UCLA's big problem last year was covering receivers and being close enough to bat down the pass.
@ATLBRUIN tackling in general and across college football was bad Last year. The COVID lack of practice or maybe the way tackling is being taught to avoid concussions and head /neck injuries. Either way, no one tackles like bigballss anymore. its a miracle I’m not a paraplegic with the thumpings I took bringing down Samoans. I was 155 lb tall lanky target downfield for them. They salivated when they ran towards me, haha. But I had a plan. I went headfirst at their knees. I hit this big fat Carson Colt oline caveman Neanderthal fuck right in the knee when he tried to run me over. got him good with my helmet. He came out of the game limping and didn’t come back in. Then we had to line up to shake hands after the game. He was still limping. Haha, I was a little scurred as we inched towards each other in the line.
I took a knee in the back once that I thought for sure I was gonna die right there and then. Good times.
receiver looked great going up for the ball and fighting for yardage, but I fear we'll see a lot of plays like that where the receiver is wearing a different color jersey.
i could be wrong but i think all of the players on defense were the true freshmen from this past class.if not all, most.
Bad angles, not wrapping up, arm tackling... yikes!! Oy vey, same problems, different season? I really hope that's all Tight End and not our lack of D.
i watched it a few times and i saw the same thing. terrible angles, diving with the head down and (probably) eyes closed. #16 got trucked at the end.
OMG! That Trojan defensive display reminded me of when a high school lets the team equipment manager kid with Down Syndrome dress in pads for the last game of the season and they let him take one to the house and the other team just dives out of the way to let him score so they can be heroes and try and get pussy. Should change the name to the Make-A-Wish Defense.