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2021.09.21 16:50 blarfinstarfin Promotes cheating, having an, and terrible parenting. Ban these g@mez quick before the devil take our children away and turn them in to neo Nazi terrorists.
2021.09.21 16:50 DoctorWhosOnFirst Let's Talk About: Southern Miss
When: 9/25, 6:30pm CT
Head coach: Will Hall (first season)
Will Hall, a Mississippi native, is in his first year as the Golden Eagles's head coach. He previously served as Tulane's offensive coordinator. Here's how his two seasons with the Green Wave looked:
- Scoring offense: #22 (34.7 points/game)
- Rushing offense: #17 (217.1 yards/game)
- Passing offense: #109 (176.7 yards/game)
- Scoring offense: #30 (33.1 points/game)
- Rushing offense: #11 (243.23 yards/game)
- Passing offense: #89 (206.1 yards/game)
I'll get back to those numbers in a minute. More on Hall, however.
He came to Tulane from Memphis, where he had served as the associate head coach/tight ends coach. Before Memphis, he was Louisiana's (they'll always be ULL in my heart) offensive coordinator for a season; the Ragin' Cajuns's head coach was fired after 2017, though, so Hall was let go as Billy Napier installed his staff.
Hall entered the FBS coaching ranks after six years head coaching at the Division II level at West Alabama and then West Georgia. He made the playoffs in four of his six seasons at those two schools, though he never won a playoff game.
If you can't tell, he has deep ties to the region, including playing (and starring) at a Mississippi junior college and then North Alabama, where he won the Division II equivalent of the Heisman Trophy in 2003.
Okay, back to his Tulane numbers.
Tulane coach Willie Fritz has evolved his offense from the old-school Georgia Southern triple option days. He still loves to run the ball but wanted to be more modern and to go faster. So Fritz brought Will Hall to help.
In the weird pandemic season of 2020, Tulane was slower, tied for #65. Going back to the last normal season, though, you see Tulane ranked #20 in 2019. And through three games this season, Southern Miss ranks #32 in plays per game.
Hall likes to go fast, but he still loves to run it. Tulane ranked #9 and #24 in rushing attempts in 2019 and 2020 (again, weird year with some teams playing as few as three games); and Southern Miss is currently tied for #18.
At Tulane, Hall described his offense as a multiple formation, power spread, no huddle, hurry up. He's also said he'll tweak the scheme to help fit his quarterback and personnel, but that's what he likes. And despite his love of running the ball, he still wants balance; and you can see that reflected in his numbers at Tulane. Emphasis on running, but they're still going to pass enough to keep those yards close to the rushing yards.
Alright, I have a lot
less to say about the defensive scheme (partly because Hall is an offensive guy so there's been less written about that side of the ball). Their defensive coordinator is Austin Armstrong, most recently Louisiana's ILB coach. Hall knows him from West Georgia and Louisiana.
Watching highlights from the games against South Alabama and Troy, I saw a lot of two and three down linemen formations; but those were just highlights. It looks like they may run a good bit of 3-3-5 and 2-4-5 (their starting line-up against Troy was a 2-4-5 scheme). Offense
- Scoring: 17.7 points/game (#117)
- Total: 284.3 yards/game (#123)
- Rushing: 138 yards/game (#87)
- Passing: 146.3 yards/game (#119)
Hall is an offensive guy, but he's in his first year building his program and you can tell.
Starting quarterback Woodrow "Trey" Lowe III (the grandson of Woodrow Lowe
, an All-American linebacker under Bear Bryant from 1973-75 who still holds the single season tackle record) was injured during their second game, against Grambling; and true freshman Ty Keyes has taken the reins. His first game, against Troy, was not pretty. He was sacked 9 times and ended with -45 rushing yards, despite 10 additional carries. The Golden Eagles finished with -1 rushing yards as a whole. Keyes also struggled as a passer, completing 59.3% of his passes for just 157 yards with 0 touchdowns and 2 interceptions.
USM does have running back Frank Gore Jr (yes, the son of the famous Frank Gore), who has rushed for 274 yards at a 4.98 yards/carry clip with 1 TD. Dajon Richard (13 carries, 74 yards, 1 TD) is their #2 running back, but it's Gore who gets the lion's share of the work (55 out of USM's 133 total carries, which includes sacks).
It's much more equitable with the Southern Miss receivers. Jakarius Caston (7, 88 yards, 1 TD), Demarcus Jones (7, 77 yards), Jason Brownlee (8, 44 yards, 1 TD) are all grouped together reception-wise. Gore is also involved here, hauling in 7 catches himself for 73 yards. Two other wide receivers have a combined 8 receptions for 87 yards.
The offensive line has struggled for the Golden Eagles. Against Troy, they gave up 9 sacks as I mentioned and have allowed 16 total on the year. Defense
- Scoring: 17.3 points/game (T #35)
- Total: 250.7 yards/game (#12)
- Rushing: 46 yards/game (#3)
- Passing: 204.7 yards/game (#59)
Why yes, the Southern Miss defense has allowed fewer yards in three games than Alabama did in the first half against Florida (138 vs. 156). But, of course, they've played South Alabama, Grambling, and Troy, no disrespect to those programs. Still, the Golden Eagles have a strong defense for their level.
Safety Malik Shorts (#9) leads the team in tackles with 17, 7 of which came against Troy last weekend. Shorts also leads the Fellow safety Jay Stanley (#21), an Ole Miss transfer, also had 7 tackles against the Trojans and is tied for second in tackles with linebacker Santrell Latham (#6). Latham led the team in sacks last year with 4, though he has yet to register one this season.
Also in the front seven, keep an eye on Eriq Kitchen (#8). He's second on the team in sacks (2.0) and second in TFL (4.0). Josh Carr (#45), a transfer from Southeastern Louisiana, leads the USM in sacks with 2.5.
In the secondary, besides Shorts and Stanley, keep an eye on Camron Harrell (#29), who was listed as the star for one game (just DB for the other two) and Eric Scott (#12), both of whom have started the first three games for USM. Lakevias Daniel, another Ole Miss transfer, has been a back-up DB and has their only interception of the year. Special teams
A good ol' Louisiana boy, junior Briggs Bourgeois, handles place kicking for the Golden Eagles. He's 4-6 on the year on field goals and 5-6 on PATs. For his career, he's 75% on field goals and 93% on PATs. Bourgeois also handles the kickoffs and has 9 touchbacks on his 12 kicks.
We'll see Mason Hunt punt. The RS junior played in the season opener last year for Southern Miss, averaging just 32.3 yards/punt; and he didn't play a game the rest of the way. He got the job this year over last year's main punter, who averaged under 40 yards/punt. Hunt is doing much better, averaging 45.3 yards/punt with 21 punts. Yes, he's averaging 7 punts a game while playing South Alabama (8 times), Grambling (3 times), and Troy (10 times).
USM's return game has been nothing to write home about. Natrone Brooks had been the primary punt returner, but back-up WR Da'quan Bailey Brown took over midway through their last game. Brooks almost had a 43 yards TD in their opener, but it was negated by a penalty. So we'll see who is back there on Saturday.
Camron Harrell has been the sole Golden Eagle to return kicks this season, averaging 26 yards on his 4 returns. Lagniappe
Alabama has played Southern Miss the ninth-most of any college, and the Tide are a solid 35-6-2. This will mark the third time the Crimson Tide and the Golden Eagles have played during the Saban era. The two teams last met in 2019, which saw an easy 49-7 win for Bama; and before that, it was a 52-12 win in 2014. RollBamaRoll has a nice write-up of the series history
if you want a more in-depth look at it.
I'll just leave you with The Catch
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2021.09.21 16:50 Cosmic_Charlie Coffee with Mr. Cub
2021.09.21 16:50 RoboButler_NFTs CutyKat #9 - Generation 1 - Ice type (Common)
2021.09.21 16:50 SirKazum How to mininize swearing in dialogue?
Google stated that 80 swear words is considered many for an anverage novel. 4 chapters in, I have 90. I tried miniminzing but it just doesn’t fit the current tone.
“What the heck” just doesn’t resonate well with my characters.
Any sort of feedback is appreciated, thanks!
(p.s. literally the original word for word because it's perfect as is)
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2021.09.21 16:50 singhkomila Motorola Edge 20 Pro launch confirmed for October 1 in India, Flipkart confirms availability
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2021.09.21 16:50 svanapps U.S. Treasury sanctions cryptocurrency exchange for alleged role in ransomware attacks
2021.09.21 16:50 anime_daisuki A todo list service that has flexible sharing options (Currently using TickTick)?
I'm currently using TickTick, and while I love it from a feature standpoint, I think it's rather lacking on sharing features. Specifically:
- Cannot share a list as text on the web application
- List cannot be shared via a URL allowing anonymous users to view it (the link sharing that it does have is just an invite link and requires users to create accounts)
The first point I can solve by using the Android app, but when I'm working at my PC I'd like to do it there too.
Are there workarounds (e.g. browser extensions) to getting this on PC (via the web app)? Are there other TODO-list services comparable to TickTick that offer this type of sharing functionality and are all-around more flexible in this area?
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2021.09.21 16:50 WailingThavas Jurota goes on a killing spree
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2021.09.21 16:50 TommyBoHangles Brew'n'View to discontinue showings of classic films, move to new films only (Facebook link)
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2021.09.21 16:50 Oktavien Why is Verizon upcharging ipad mini prices?
Charging $649 for the BASE 64 GB model? $799 for the 256 GB model? I understand companies need to make money but this is just so blatant. WTF?
And for those not aware: Apple charges $649 for the 256 GB mini.
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2021.09.21 16:50 EddieTH75yeahhea Here's for you all some phone wallpapers + 2 desktop wallpapers
2021.09.21 16:50 AllanRosckof What "CBR", "VBR" and "Constante QP mode" means in Vegas 17? I realized that the rendering goes much faster when I use "CBR", which I assume it is "Constant Bit Rate", right? Could anyone explain to me?
2021.09.21 16:50 MrBigDick83KiK Let's help her get a kanye follow by making this viral.. I wonder if it will work 😆
2021.09.21 16:50 mikayudontknowme123 Something new!
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2021.09.21 16:50 SimplyPropertyIncBC Gutter cleaning service
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2021.09.21 16:50 DROPB3AR91 Question regarding around episode 928 (possible spoilers i dumbed it down a lot)
So i watch a lot of one piece when I go to bed and am pretty sure I fell asleep and missed a part but i've looked back and cant seem to find it.
So when the straw hats infiltrating orochi's party stuff goes down nami looks to be escaping with toko. cut to komurasaki and toko are now together at the bridge scene with zoro.
I cant seem to find how toko and komurasaki got together and how komurasaki got away from orochi's place.
Has that not yet been explained im currently up to around episode 940ish
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2021.09.21 16:50 miserabeau Idiot flipped his car in front of the library
2021.09.21 16:50 jackcapp12 Is D.J. Moore a lock over 5.5 catches? (+105)
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2021.09.21 16:50 sistergoldenhair74 Can someone give me an ID? Just got this guy as a gift!
2021.09.21 16:50 AndweleHarris What was life like when drugs started flooding the streets in the 70's and 80's?
How did life change? How did life change for you, or the people close to you?
Was the pressure to start doing drugs really all that strong? Do you know of folks who destroyed themselves by drugs? Did you destroy yourself by drugs?
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