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The Film Room: Alabama 24, Texas A&M 20

October 12, 2022
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Each week, former Texas A&M quarterback Stephen McGee breaks down key offensive plays from the previous game. This week, Stephen takes a closer look at the Xs and Os of the Aggies' 24-20 loss to the Alabama Crimson Tide at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa.

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The Film Room: Alabama 24, Texas A&M 20

3,530 Views | 11 Replies | Last: 1 mo ago by DimebagsGhost
Sefton
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Good stuff again guys.
Noticed LT Ogunbiyi needs to get his feet moving a little quicker on those protections. He probably could've been called for holding a couple times because he's depending too much on hooking the rusher with his left arm.
Lot of stuff to work on still.
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I watch every week. Thanks again for doing these. They are always educational!
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Traveler
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A+
Cotton79
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ccagg77
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Awesome analysis. Always look forward to Stephen's break down. Always an entertaining and educational presentation. Depressed about all the deficiencies Stephen points out about the QB mechanics. Can he improve these after being in the program 3 years? Some look too ingrained
Frank Grimes
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These are great, and I will miss them when SM is a successful coach somewhere.
aglaes
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I would think you would want to try to recruit kids that have good mechanics coming out of HS.
Meximan
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ccagg77 said:

Awesome analysis. Always look forward to Stephen's break down. Always an entertaining and educational presentation. Depressed about all the deficiencies Stephen points out about the QB mechanics. Can he improve these after being in the program 3 years? Some look too ingrained
Mechanics tend to be ingrained but they're usually correctable. The focus, however, seems to be on trying to get the QB understanding of the offense into place rather than working on those mechanics, when oftentimes the mechanics correct for deficiencies in the grasp of the offense. It's a double edged sword.
DimebagsGhost
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Hard to fix "happy feet" for a guy who doesnt feel comforatable. Pocket presence is not something that is coachable. you either have it or you dont -- unfortunately HK does not have it. JFF had it in spades, but HK does not have it.
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