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"514 yards" Discussed on Bet The Board
"But when you look at wake pain, they have a dynamic offense led by Sam Hartman Clemson has a dynamic defense that has been outstanding all season long shown a little bit of vulnerability when they took on a team like Pittsburgh, but in their own building with everything to play for. I think this matchup should be worth its weight in gold at noon eastern. This is good on good, right? Hartman versus Clemson's defense. Hartman, I believe 7th in total EPA for quarterbacks Clemson still a top 5 defense in EPA per play allowed and productive drives allowed. It's a fun matchup. Harmon's going off his worst game of the season, though. One of the weirder games you'll see from a quarterback in offensive perspective. Wake only had a 39% success rate against NC state Hartman completed less than 43% of his passes. Wakes ground game, negative EPA per Russia, and somehow they still hung 45 on the best defense they've placed played this season. And I know NC states been dealing with some defensive injuries, but still a good unit. It was just one of the more bizarre games by the box score wake certainly lost. Clemson is a little bit of a different animal. And I know they've also dealt with their fair share of defensive injuries, a couple of guys out. In the front 7, we know they're down offensively, but defensively still elite venables. If you've listened to his presser this week, he knows what he's up against. This is the type of matchup where he's been like, hey, we need to be disciplined down to down, and we just need to execute. And he basically said the same thing that we've been saying about wakes offense in that it's not overly complex. Sure, there's some intricate stuff with their blocking schemes where they'll pull a tackle up the middle and for the most part, it's an RPO system. They hold the mesh point for as long as possible to put your defense in conflict. The vast majority of the place, they are designed to look the same. Wake's just really good executing it. A lot of veteran guys, a lot of smart kids, right? That are executing this offense. Now, the matchup last season, I know it's different. Wakes scored only three non garbage time points. And venables kind of hinted that everything looks the same as it did last year, just the guys are older. They execute better and I quote Hartman's a baller. So let's see what Clemson comes up with here. They haven't created the most havoc with their front 7 like they have in years past. They're not getting their typical push up front, but Clemson's still very good at the line of scrimmage. They still have to win that battle. 17th in line yards. They really still hold up well. Even though their horses are brise, who's out. It's a big loss, obviously, but he's been out for a while. They've adapted the life without them. If you have a good defensive line, you can impact wake's office, right? Because they hold the ball so long, that mesh point, you can get your hands up, tip a bunch of passes, drive that O line back. If Clemson can stop the run with 5, and you get disciplined play out of your linebackers and keep an eye on that Clemson doesn't have the best coverage linebackers. But if you can get those two things, it's going to be tough for weeks offense. It's also worth mentioning here and you kind of hinted at this is the schedule dichotomy. Wake force played one defensive line in the top 40 in line yards. Clemson's played three offenses inside Bill Connolly's top 25 SMP plus. So there is this massive scheduling difference here. And right now, this game probably isn't for me. But we talk all the time about lines painting pictures and telling stories. You have a three loss Clemson team that nobody seems to want. Couldn't cover. It's lowly Connecticut. Wake force has this great story. Even though they lost one game, still tenth in the college football playoff race. Clemson's a four and a half point favorite. And I don't even need to look dot. Casual betters are going to be running over men women and children to get wake as a dog here. But you start to have these market inefficiencies. And I understand Clemson is vastly different than it was last year. Not quite as good defensively, and obviously an abomination on offense. But clumps is a 35 point favorite at weight last year. And now you have a venue flip. Where Clemson's at home and they're just a four point favorite this year. My gut says this line kind of trickles up a little bit. We'll see if the public evens that out. And oddsmakers have to adjust for all the public money on the dog. But just an interesting game where the line certainly tells a lot. I've done power ratings, not nearly as extensively as some folks in the industry or as long. I've made adjustments for quarterback downgrades and cluster injuries, but I'm not sure I've ever made a 39 point adjustment from Trevor Lawrence handing the baton to DJ uncle ale, although to your point, anyone who goes 21 to 44 with a 48% completion rate and a season high 240 yards passing against Yukon, probably not exactly a ringing endorsement. The other thing it appears that Justin Ross is going to have surgery on his foot, Clemson hadn't made any official determinations from what I'd read, but an offense had struggled now loses its top playmaker 46 catches 514 yards out of the mix. But according to davo this week, it does appear that will shipley and Kobe pace will be back in the fold for this one. So just things to keep in mind as you look to try and handicap. I know a lot of our listeners will be forced to make a pick on this game for various office pools and such. If you want you yeah, no, no, no, if you want to go contrarian, I think, to your point, I mean, you may be able to make up some ground on your competition by laying the points of the climate and if you want to think outside the box a bit. Oh, yeah. If you're in contest pools and you're trying to make up ground, sometimes it becomes not necessarily about the game in and of itself. But the way you need to navigate contests, there is some strategy involved other than like hey, let's just pick the winner and being able to make up ground on sides that you would at least lean to. And if you lean to Clemson knowing the entire pool, probably be on. Wake forest, that certainly the better way to navigate things than just grabbing a stale number on another game the rest of the contest is probably going to also have where you're not able to make up ground that way. Yep, no doubt about it, especially as you get into the latter stages of some of those pools out there as we know people like to get skin in the game a variety of ways and it's not just always betting into the dynamic markets available to you at FanDuel sportsbook. All right, to the SEC pain, Arkansas, Alabama, I believe this is the SEC game of the week on CBS, and it's the Alabama crimson tide more than a three touchdown favorite 21 and a half to going number at FanDuel right now. Total in the game, 58 and a half. The last win in this series for Arkansas came way back in 2006, the year before Nick Saban arrived to Tuscaloosa to change the fates of the pride program there. Bam has scored at least 40 points in each of the last 5 meetings versus Arkansas, the last two meetings have been a combined score of 100 points for Alabama to ten for the razorbacks, Arkansas is.
"514 yards" Discussed on Buccaneers Observer
"Just dominated him. Like I said, I'm now that you don't have a whole lot of time but I wish that you would do like a highlight video of this game for interest and works. Pumps thinking about it. Yeah, I should have done this week for sure with Thursday's game coming up. But yeah, he he pancaked Bosa three times. I have never seen that happen before. I mean it's rare to get it painted can't you know, you're talking you're lucky to get one again leverage the guy next to you and he physically is matched. Yeah to you a pancake for an offensive lineman is the equivalent of an intersection or a sack on the defense because you're totally taken to clear out. Yeah. Yeah and their best pass-rushers like get out of here. Yeah. It was it was weird and but man both of them. Normally, what's up? What will happen is when you're getting dominated like that. They'll switch sides. Yeah, and Bosa will go up against David Smith, but now he was like man, I'm determined just got pissed off. I wanted to rest you shall he won't get it for another four years worse actually threw him one time. Yeah, he he was he was blocking him in the runner ran off and both of them went to go for the runners. So both of like grabbed him and just flunking and it boasts a flu like five great writers face man. He was just he was a small wage. Oh my god. Oh, he was great. And here's the thing. That's awesome about this. Is our running backs are not having to block at all. Oh thank God. Yeah, I think I saw a running back block one time. We could you know, when only went to do is they'll stay in there. See if anybody's coming through the line and then they'll go out for a checked out fast and they're constantly just like okay nobody's here and I'm going to go for a check down constantly. Like I said, I think I saw a running back half the block one time. It is it has some thank God because they were a huge liability last year. Yeah. So yeah, props to the offensive line. They are the outstanding unit of this week and Tristan War should get the game ball. Well, that bank is a question. Why were they black in last year? The running backs. Yeah, I mean did they do kind of a schematic change when they just decided this year that they're not going to have them do that know they're doing the same. It's the same stuff. Everything says exact same way. Yeah, why are they not blocking this year the because the offensive line isn't letting guys through if you've noticed even when I running games they kind of sit there and then if they don't have anybody to block you out for the check down, right, right, if there's nobody coming through the line, they'll pick a hole through. Okay go for it and a lot of times it's for blitzing, you know, if there's blitzer's coming in town, but you know, Tom Brady just gets the ball out so quick, you know, the running backs just don't have to do any block and it's great. It's awesome the On the other side of the ball. I really want to see our defensive line get more push. It's it's it's not Vita was getting some pressure. I saw him quite a few times getting near Herbert wage, but they're just not getting what I want to say. I mean, they're doing great. Don't get me wrong, especially in the run game again swamp more flashy, please I do I do but they're still doing this page dropping jpp and back Barrett back in the covers. They dropped them both back not necessarily both at the same time, but sometimes jpp sometimes embarrassed sometimes both of them eleven times. That was off of let me see it. Did it eleven times in 25 pass attempts? I tell me pass attempts herberg. Yeah. So almost half flick upwards of forty percent. You know what I'm just like, you know, I mean, I understand what type old is doing. I mean, he's bringing all kinds of pressure from different directions and all that good stuff, but yep. Our two best pass-rush. Yeah, you know, it just seems like but still we are tied for what third for sax. Let me see Bubba. What is Yes, third and sacks were we have 14 sacks? Wow. Yes. We're tied with the Washington. What are they called? Again? The football team football team the football team. Yes. I'm here are our numbers on defense. We are first in The rush yards-per-carry take a guess what we were allowing yards-per-carry. 2.9 + 2.7. That's awesome. Yes. So we're second in total yards allowed rushing 257 in four games. Just what that's crazy. It is crazy. First place is the Pittsburgh Steelers with a hundred sixty-two. So they're really shutting guys down off the longest rush. We have allowed so far you want to guess Trying to think who it was that we faced Kamara. Okay. I'm going to go with a 39-yard 514 yards the longest Rush. We've allowed this year. Yeah, so our run defense is ranked way up there. We're firm second. Now I've been hearing everybody been reading articles and they're talking about us blitzing. Like we are a huge blitzing team in more even listed as one of the most highest offer leasing teams in the league at 41.4% of the time that's wrong. That's wrong. We don't Blitz that much it looks like we Blitz that much but we moved so maybe guys have the stamp of the ball. Usually only for guys rush so tricky. Yeah, it looks like there's more guys rushing but there's usually only for guys rush and there's no way we're doing it 41.5% of town. I'm not keeping track of it in my spreadsheet. But I can guarantee you it's not I mean, it's like I said before T percent of the time we've got Shaq Barrett or j p p or somebody dropping back in coverage. How common is that? Because just watch the Bears and I saw clearly back there. It's it's more common throughout the league than it used to be for sure. Especially when you got these real athletic linebackers or defensive ends of that can drop back into cover. Yeah, but it's not that you know, I mean you have to have a very complex defense to do it most most most teams are still running, you know, you basic 4-3 or 3-4. We have a very probably the most complex defense in the league. I would say in way it's it's working for us. I mean, we're getting a tax. It's just that checked jpp are getting them. Yeah, and you know, we're getting interceptions, you know, we are tied for third in the league for most interceptions. Yeah, so our defense gilded our secondary surprisingly on the stat sheet isn't as good as far as yards from loud per pass and write, you know pass completion percentage worth seventy percent were allowing 70% did not realize that but a lot of it is because you know, we're letting it's a games. We're letting guys in March.