Listen: Guggenheim, Joel Taylor And Curtis discussed on The Food Show
"Looks like nobody was on pitch out there. They went to the quarterback. I was waiting for him right there to pitch with his right hand of the bound. I just think if they run the option into the boundary they're gonna let him pitch sideline be their friend. So good. The only thing I'm thinking with Kurdish changing their formation is maybe they're trying to to get Catholic into some kind of defense. They want to see. We'll see what the patriots have dialed up here on third down two receivers to the Whiteside, which is the left side for Guggenheim split backs. Again, Guggenheim comes in on third down under center. He's run the option to the left. He fakes the pit keeps it himself. He's up ended at midfield and falls into Catholic territory. Quality down at the forty nine yard line of the bears Patrick daylight attack. They tried to crack down with the wide receiver to get the edge there. Joel Taylor came all the way down flat. But he wasn't able to get outside. He tried to just cut up a nice job by the linebacker stuffing, right there in actually looks like Curtis maybe going for this writing your a run in number ninety a big defensive. Play tight end. I gotta go. Go for it here on fourth and one quick snap. Guggenheim his own number and the quarterback sneak and it looks like he's got enough. I am more for the first down spot in the ball at the forty seven yard line line. The game was forty eight. You said a bread. I mean, he's like a tight end play quarterback. He's."