“Offensively it’s hit or miss, but defensively it’s about effort and communication, we can always be good at that,” Arcata head coach Jamal Jones said. “Relentless effort, always communicate, everybody move as one unit. That’s what we do best.”
We played pretty well against GMG in week 3, but that doesn’t mean we played our best. That doesn’t mean we can play that way and expect to win these next few weeks. It’s going to be tough; it’s going to take a perfect effort every snap by every player. It;s going to take you pushing through the pain of being tired. It’s going to take you paying attention to the details. It’s going to take you having an asskicker mentality on every single snap. Offense, defense, or special teams it doesn’t matter. If you give a perfect effort on every single snap the athleticism and that
Have you ever seen someone so intimating that you cant even look at them,well this is how Tavon and his team felt about this massive giant. Missouri… is what we had our mindset on, a feeling that you cant even put to words, the tense feeling in your body because we're getting the chance to be able to play the best teams in the whole entire country, and possibly become the national champions.
With Matt Campbell at the helm, Iowa State is having a season for the ages. They have a winning record for the first time since 2012, won more than 6 games for the first time since 2009, and are going to a bowl game for the first time since 2012. They also gotten the help of 2 impressive wins. The first one was against Oklahoma, and it came after a bad 17-7 loss to Texas the week before. Coming into the week, Oklahoma had a 97.4 chance to win, favored by 30.5 points, were at
“I’m really excited about this group. This is probably … well, this is the best we’ve been since I’ve been here at that position,” Jim McElwain said. “Obviously, there was some numbers issues as far as just what was there, and that’s nothing against anybody. It just kind of is what it is. You had some guys leave early, you had some guys due to injury that weren’t able to finish out their careers. And yet, that group has consistently gotten a little better. I’ve got to tell you, this spring,
The Michigan defense so far this year has been nothing short of superb. In their first six games, the defense only allowed two rushing touchdowns and less than one-hundred total rushing yards a game. (Brouwer 1). Outstanding. As sports reviewer Chris Peterson proclaims in his review for gbmwolevrine.com, “[…] when you dive deep into the numbers, [it is] hard not to call Michigan football’s defense the best in the country” (3). With their great plays on defense frustrating opposing offenses game after game, Michigan has definitely rebuilt their defense. The defense is one of the main reasons why the team is national championship worthy. Another area that the team is working on is developing their fresh quarterback.
The loss now puts Sonora (5-7, 5-4 MLL) in fourth-place, two games behind the Argonaut Mustangs. With nine games left to play, Sarkisian isn’t allowing Friday’s loss to get him too down, much like he doesn’t pump out his chest with a win.
When I’m on the football field, I believe in my teammates I am confident they have my back out the on the field just like I have theirs because we call each other family. It’s a game of war and if everyone on the field has that mindset of protecting their brother and getting the job done, I feel like any team in our conference doesn’t stand a chance against us. When we don’t have respect for each other like we’re not family, the confidence isn’t there and that’s when teammates have missed communication and aren’t in the right courage, zones and then the arguments in the huddle starts and the team gets dismantled and things go downhill from there that’s what happened last night against University Tennessee Martin. Due to no connection in the team that night we lost by a huge deficit. The defense of back didn’t converse on 3rd downs which made us get scored on by deep passes. As well as the offense the offensive
“We are just seeing the ball really well,” Goione said. “We go to the plate looking to hit the ball hard and looking to find the barrell. We are not looking to take walks, but we will take it. We just want to get hits and just still doing our parts.”
Utah defeated USC at the line of scrimmage and was able to move the ball on the ground as well as protect Troy Williams really well. The USC secondary was also beat by slants routes and Clancy Pendergast appeared to make no adjustments. This week they’ll face an Arizona State offense that’s a tale of two teams. The Sun Devils offense tends to start slow in the first half and then pick things up in the second. Statistically this will be the best and highest scoring offense the USC defense will face. Clancy Pendergast and the defense will have keep the Sun Devil offense down if they get off to their usual slow start. If they keep Manny Wilkins contained and makes life difficult for him in the backfield then the Arizona St offense will struggle.