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Title: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Show-Me Hog on September 03, 2016, 09:07:11 PM
Stick it in Crapola Crapola if you want, but I want to be that internet asshole who is first to go dark side on something.  He fucking sucks. Surely we have someone better than this.

A QB who can't run, or pass with zip, or think quickly on his feet, or scramble is realllllllly not optimal for the SEC.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Nolapigz on September 03, 2016, 09:09:25 PM
A little early to close the book on him, but yeah, he sucked today.  It was his first start after all. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Show-Me Hog on September 03, 2016, 09:11:29 PM
A little early to close the book on him, but yeah, he sucked today.  It was his first start after all.

It was the freshman La Tech's first start, too. First action. Freshman.

I'd trade right now.  WITH LOUISIANA FUCKING TECH.

With QBs, I think that saying always applies, if the dog's gonna bite, he'll do it as a pup.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Pumpkin Escobar on September 03, 2016, 09:12:45 PM
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Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: HogofWar on September 03, 2016, 09:21:08 PM
The play calling was Shit. How many times did we throw it down field past the ten yard line? The O-line looked like crap.

Usually teams only have to replace a QB or RB, not both a QB and RB.

This staff was not ready for this. I wonder what the Fuck they were doing in the off season.

I would hate to wait another three years for the staff, QB, and O-line to jell to compete in the SEC.

Until the Bielema gets it, that you cannot wait til November to win games, we will not beat Bama or win the SEC.



Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Doc on September 03, 2016, 09:22:22 PM
Remember thinking the exact same thing while watching the game, their QB just looked better. Can't figure out how a team like LATech manages to have more QB talent on their team. If this season continues to head into the abyss it appears to be headed, may as well give the 6'7 freshman reps.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Thin Red Swine on September 03, 2016, 09:24:36 PM
Remember thinking the exact same thing while watching the game, their QB just looked better. Can't figure out how a team like LATech manages to have more QB talent on their team. If this season continues to head into the abyss it appears to be headed, may as well give the 6'7 freshman reps.

Wow, what a miserable gash you are.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Ruddy Stormwater on September 03, 2016, 09:27:30 PM
Until the Bielema gets it, that you cannot wait til November to win games, we will not beat Bama or win the SEC.

The good news is that when we do both of these things we will be National Champions!
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: HogofWar on September 03, 2016, 09:28:29 PM
The good news is that when we do both of these things we will be National Champions!
This.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: notaslibro on September 03, 2016, 09:29:27 PM
Tell me the line sucks and I'll not disagree. I don't see how you can hate a guy (post-game dronk aside) who rarely had time to throw.

We miss Alex Collins so much right now, and not because of his running.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Satch on September 03, 2016, 09:31:18 PM
their QB looked way better because he was throwing quick passes to open receivers.  The kid did well, but he was also in a good situation.
If our line had pass protected as well as La Tech's, it probably would have been a little more optimistic conversation.

AA does stare down receivers though.  That will get him picked a lot.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Barton Fink on September 03, 2016, 09:32:35 PM
Tell me the line sucks and I'll not disagree. I don't see how you can hate a guy (post-game dronk aside) who rarely had time to throw.

We miss Alex Collins so much right now, and not because of his running.

That's where I'm at. Line sucked. Hard to judge a QB when he's running for his life every play.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Barton Fink on September 03, 2016, 09:34:48 PM


AA does stare down receivers though.  That will get him picked a lot.

I will say this, he's been on campus 3 yrs and the coaches should have gotten him out of this habit by now. Surely he does the same in practice.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Aporkalypse_Now on September 03, 2016, 09:39:28 PM
I thought he looked decent and the OL looked like shit.

I'm not sure how he can throw it more than 10 yards downfield when half the time he didn't get 2 seconds in the pocket before a rusher got to him.

My biggest complaint was not establishing the running game first.  Otherwise offensive playcalling was OK.  I'm not sure WTF our defensive scheme was.  Give them 10 yard cushions so they can march up the field with 5 yard gains to the flat all game long?

19-29 2 TD 2 INT 191 yds for a debut is pretty solid (also, I'm not allowed within like 50 yards of any school).  His passes were very accurate.  He didn't see defenders twice and telegraphed passes and hopefully he'll get past that like Brandon and Tyler Wilson did because both of them had the same problem early.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: hogs25 on September 03, 2016, 09:50:39 PM
NWA fans tried to warn us.  Said he's no Brandon Allen.  They were right. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Nolapigz on September 03, 2016, 10:02:45 PM
I thought he looked decent and the OL looked like shit.

I'm not sure how he can throw it more than 10 yards downfield when half the time he didn't get 2 seconds in the pocket before a rusher got to him.

My biggest complaint was not establishing the running game first.  Otherwise offensive playcalling was OK.  I'm not sure WTF our defensive scheme was.  Give them 10 yard cushions so they can march up the field with 5 yard gains to the flat all game long?

19-29 2 TD 2 INT 191 yds for a debut is pretty solid (also, I'm not allowed within like 50 yards of any school).  His passes were very accurate.  He didn't see defenders twice and telegraphed passes and hopefully he'll get past that like Brandon and Tyler Wilson did because both of them had the same problem early.
Yes, they did, but it's fair to say AA looked bad today.  Neither of those guys stared down receivers the way Austin did today.  Hopefully we see some progression. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Animal Chin on September 03, 2016, 10:08:26 PM
The play calling was Shit. How many times did we throw it down field past the ten yard line? The O-line looked like crap.

Usually teams only have to replace a QB or RB, not both a QB and RB.

This staff was not ready for this. I wonder what the Fuck they were doing in the off season.

I would hate to wait another three years for the staff, QB, and O-line to jell to compete in the SEC.

Until the Bielema gets it, that you cannot wait til November to win games, we will not beat Bama or win the SEC.

Were you expecting to beat Bama and win the SEC this year?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Aporkalypse_Now on September 03, 2016, 10:08:37 PM
Yes, they did, but it's fair to say AA looked bad today.  Neither of those guys stared down receivers the way Austin did today.  Hopefully we see some progression.

I've seen Peanut Adams, Ryan Sorahan, Casey Dick, Nathan Dick, Tavaris Jackson, AJ friggin Derby, etc, etc, etc.  Any Arkansas fan should know what a bad QB performance looks like.  We have had so many guys that couldn't get the ball within 5 yards of a wide open target that I can't count them.

Austin consistently hit his targets all day long, made a tough clutch play to keep the winning drive alive and followed it up with a terrific throw on the winning TD.  He completed 2/3 of his passes despite drops.

He made 2 bad throws all day, both were on target but he didn't properly judge the defender.

He did not look "bad".  Especially for someone playing his first game after throwing only 3 passes in his career prior to that.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Stephen Hawging on September 03, 2016, 10:37:19 PM
He took some straight-on shots to the head, neck, and chest as well.  And he bounced right back.  Didn't seem to get down or frustrated either.  I saw no negative body language. 

This suggests he's got the mind set to be able to learn.  Let's give him a hot minute to acclimate. 

Does anyone happen to know where his truck is parked tonight?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Show-Me Hog on September 03, 2016, 10:47:10 PM
That's where I'm at. Line sucked. Hard to judge a QB when he's running for his life every play.

He didn't run for his life. He stood in the pocket for his life.  Usually about 3-5 beats too long.

If he would have actually run for his life, things might have been better.  Standing in the pocket is ok if you have an arm like Ryan Mallett.  Austin ain't no Mallett.  He's not even a Brandon.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Trigger7672 on September 03, 2016, 11:12:22 PM
I've seen Peanut Adams, Ryan Sorahan, Casey Dick, Nathan Dick, Tavaris Jackson, AJ friggin Derby, etc, etc, etc.  Any Arkansas fan should know what a bad QB performance looks like.  We have had so many guys that couldn't get the ball within 5 yards of a wide open target that I can't count them.

Austin consistently hit his targets all day long, made a tough clutch play to keep the winning drive alive and followed it up with a terrific throw on the winning TD.  He completed 2/3 of his passes despite drops.

He made 2 bad throws all day, both were on target but he didn't properly judge the defender.

He did not look "bad".  Especially for someone playing his first game after throwing only 3 passes in his career prior to that.

This. He looked fine for a QB in his first start playing in our offense compared to LA Techs QB who feasted on soft coverage all day in a spread offense.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Clark on September 03, 2016, 11:43:18 PM
NWA fans tried to warn us.  Said he's no Brandon Allen.  They were right.
No, they didn't.

Furthermore, their QB did jack shit but throw quick outs and hits to WIDE OPEN receivers.

That's more of an indictment of our defense than a knock on Austin Alen.

Froholdt and Raulerson are much more to blame than Allen is.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Show-Me Hog on September 03, 2016, 11:54:55 PM
No, they didn't.

Furthermore, their QB did jack shit but throw quick outs and hits to WIDE OPEN receivers.

That's more of an indictment of our defense than a knock on Austin Alen.

Froholdt and Raulerson are much more to blame than Allen is.

I didn't like anything about our passing game, and true, much of it was not Austin's fault:

1) No protection much of the time.
2) Plays that just took forever to set up and develop. Why was this happening?  Was it scheme or were we just running in molasses today?
3) No downfield throws called at all.  Probably a result of #1 + #2 + Austin having a weak arm.

Some were Austin's fault:

1) Holding the ball for wayyyyy too long past that one...two...three beats where a QB should know he has to get rid of it. His mental sharpness seemed to match our passing game in general: molasses.

2) Not a scrambler or runner.  Perhaps not his "fault," but I want my QB to have wheels.

3) Throws had no zip.  He has more than a pop gun, but way less than a cannon.  I was so surprised when the last TD made it all the way over to Sprinkle. The ball was in the air so long, my dead grandma could have knocked it down.  Not sure what Tech's #45 was doing. Against SEC speed, that's Pick 6 the other way.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: notaslibro on September 04, 2016, 01:08:36 AM
Bert and company used this game as a QB warmup for the season's passing game. It bit them in the ass. It was a dumb decision. The results reflect that.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: big_pig on September 04, 2016, 01:23:23 AM
Bert and company used this game as a QB warmup for the season's passing game. It bit them in the ass. It was a dumb decision. The results reflect that.

yes but what does it mean when we can't even warm up our passing game against a CUSA school? I suppose we'll try and warm it up against against Texas St in a couple weeks.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Mike Slive on September 04, 2016, 01:58:14 AM
I love the W. Should give plenty of coaching and learning. A 30 point blow out would not have helped this team. Whatevs.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Redbug on September 04, 2016, 02:44:58 AM
The play calling was Shit. How many times did we throw it down field past the ten yard line? The O-line looked like crap.

This staff was not ready for this. I wonder what the Fuck they were doing in the off season.

Riding around with Bo and getting ready to film Belk commercials....

j/k...we should have known the OL was likely to be a clusterfrick of enormous proportions when we kept chasing tons of Juco OL/Xfer's and moving DL to the Oline and sliding them into a starting spot....seems we might have several 2nd and 3rd yr OL with decent "starz" that either topped out in HS or are too dumb and unmotivated to step up into an open spot...

Hell add in 1st game jitters....and an OL Coach that is back coaching at a P5 school for the 1st time in a while/ever in his 1st go round in the 'Nam....
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Show-Me Hog on September 04, 2016, 05:38:13 AM
Stick it in Crapola Crapola if you want, but I want to be that internet asshole who is first to go dark side on something.  He fucking sucks. Surely we have someone better than this.

A QB who can't run, or pass with zip, or think quickly on his feet, or scramble is realllllllly not optimal for the SEC.

You mad, bro?

It's a new day.

It is what it is.

A lot of teams would love to be 1-0 right now.

A rickety ride is better than a smooth walk.

You go to war with the army you have, not the army you wish you had.

And Frank sez, we gotta get bettah.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Tampa TechnoHOG on September 04, 2016, 05:55:12 AM
You mad, bro?

It's a new day.

It is what it is.

A lot of teams would love to be 1-0 right now.

A rickety ride is better than a smooth walk.

You go to war with the army you have, not the army you wish you had.

And Frank sez, we gotta get bettah.

LoL.  I see the twin brother has posted.   ;)

The one thing I was perplexed about AA yesterday was his inability to never want to run when protection broke down.  I thought he was supposed to be a better runner than BA.  Or did I remember that wrong?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: kingofdequeen on September 04, 2016, 06:26:30 AM
yes but what does it mean when we can't even warm up our passing game against a CUSA school? I suppose we'll try and warm it up against against Texas St in a couple weeks.

Houston is in the America Conf or wtf ever.

Skip corched a helluva game and played matchup ball.  Eno summoned Jim Chaneys oopty oop wiZardry. 

AA does eyebAll his guys, but so did BA. 

New line trying to pass block weird blitzes from fast dudes - hard
New line mauling men right in front of them while we run behind - easy

BB called zero dumbshit fake punts and looked to never panic.  Team didn't either.

La Tech is a good team.  So was Toledo.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: DirkPiggler on September 04, 2016, 06:55:29 AM
Houston is in the America Conf or wtf ever.

Skip corched a helluva game and played matchup ball.  Eno summoned Jim Chaneys oopty oop wiZardry. 

AA does eyebAll his guys, but so did BA. 

New line trying to pass block weird blitzes from fast dudes - hard
New line mauling men right in front of them while we run behind - easy

BB called zero dumbshit fake punts and looked to never panic.  Team didn't either.

La Tech is a good team.  So was Toledo.

Pretty much exactly where I am. 

The o-line's problems with pass blocking were mental rather than physical.  On just about every replay where they got to or close to Austin you could see that the beaten OL, usually Jackson or Froholdt, had picked the wrong guy to block.   When you have inexperienced players they're going to think rather than react, and that split second is enough time for the QB to end up on his ass.  Hopefully that is something that can be fixed.  All things being equal I'll take guys with ability who need mental corrections than guys who just flat out get blown up most of the time.

I'm a lot more bothered by our tendency to give the eight yard cushion again.  I don't think J-mar was going to beat us deep very often.  Why not dare him to do it and take away the quick passes?  By giving your opponent the wide open three step pass every play we're negating what is supposed to be the strength of the defense. 

For those who say they want a running QB, go watch a tape of the LSU or Tennessee games.  What you saw there is what you'll get nine times out of ten when you try to plug in a run first guy into a non-spread offense.  I'll take a guy with average or below speed and an accurate arm over a speedster who is lucky to complete 30% of his downfield passes any day. 

Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Animal on September 04, 2016, 06:57:40 AM
The TE shovel pass to Mr Pretzel between the tackles was straight up Chaney.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Tampa TechnoHOG on September 04, 2016, 07:15:03 AM
Pretty much exactly where I am. 

The o-line's problems with pass blocking were mental rather than physical.  On just about every replay where they got to or close to Austin you could see that the beaten OL, usually Jackson or Froholdt, had picked the wrong guy to block.   When you have inexperienced players they're going to think rather than react, and that split second is enough time for the QB to end up on his ass.  Hopefully that is something that can be fixed.  All things being equal I'll take guys with ability who need mental corrections than guys who just flat out get blown up most of the time.

I'm a lot more bothered by our tendency to give the eight yard cushion again.  I don't think J-mar was going to beat us deep very often.  Why not dare him to do it and take away the quick passes?  By giving your opponent the wide open three step pass every play we're negating what is supposed to be the strength of the defense. 

For those who say they want a running QB, go watch a tape of the LSU or Tennessee games.  What you saw there is what you'll get nine times out of ten when you try to plug in a run first guy into a non-spread offense.  I'll take a guy with average or below speed and an accurate arm over a speedster who is lucky to complete 30% of his downfield passes any day.

I agree with you about the O-line and corner play, but I don't think anyone is advocating a run first QB.  However, I would like AA do a better job at sensing when the protection is breaking down and stepping up in the pocket and at least not lose yards.  Blitzes I get, but there were a few times he stayed in the pocket way too long.  I know it'll come with time and experience, so I'll look forward to his improvement each week.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Mr A Ziffell on September 04, 2016, 07:30:48 AM
Does he own a truck?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: papermill on September 04, 2016, 07:36:33 AM
Y'all did see where TCU allowed 41 points to South Dakota State?  They ended up winning by 41 but they had to wear down SDSU for 3 quarters worth of even shootout to get there.


If you are so bemused that you think you'd trade QBs with La Tech think how LSU feels - in the same state and LSU's QB actually has experience .

Everybody except Alabama and Ohio State has something to bitch about.  Aw, that's an overstatement but 50% of the teams lost and 50% of those that won are mad that they didn't win by enough so 75% of fan bases are bitching about something.


Find another team to follow and you'll see that everybody is pretty much the same.  You can almost survive on a college football board with about 100 canned posts where you just fill in the blanks with names as needed.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Tusk till Dawn on September 04, 2016, 07:44:27 AM
You mad, bro?

It's a new day.

It is what it is.

A lot of teams would love to be 1-0 right now.

A rickety ride is better than a smooth walk.

You go to war with the army you have, not the army you wish you had.

And Frank sez, we gotta get bettah.


 :thumbup:. Yesterday was a shitshow of epic proportions.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: hogfan58 on September 04, 2016, 08:34:42 AM
The OLine looked like it had been shuffled around during the spring and fall.

The DBs looked lost and that was very disappointing since all we heard was how Rhoades had gotten those guys improved beyond belief. It reminded me of the Tech game last year....running the same plays over and over and we never could stop them.

I knew the day was going to be shit when I sat on I49 for an hour not moving.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: TexZilla on September 04, 2016, 09:26:30 AM
I hope AA can overcome the Allen genetic predisposition to stare down receivers.

BB had zero fake punts, fake double reverses  n extra points, swinging gates, double punter formations, etc.  I hope he stays with that number.

Skipper is the suck.  Always has been.  He's gone from a big oaf with an attitude to a big oaf that blocks like he could give a shit about being there.  He got beat even on plays he wasn't in the game for.

Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Clark on September 04, 2016, 09:32:36 AM
This 'stare down receivers' schtick is one of the worst ones from fans in the stands.

Quick. Someone go burn his damn truck to the ground.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Animal on September 04, 2016, 09:36:07 AM
I don't get how you can stare down a receiver  when you are running for Jesus every play or worse on your back.

Perhaps he was doing this sometimes to find his hot route or some thing
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: IH8LSU on September 04, 2016, 09:37:45 AM
Austin Allen is not our problem. He held onto the ball too long and made some dumb high risk throws, but he looked good for his first start.

Our defensive secondary is our problem. Our second biggest problem (also, I'm not allowed within like 50 yards of any school) was our linebackers.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: DirkPiggler on September 04, 2016, 09:54:42 AM
I agree with you about the O-line and corner play, but I don't think anyone is advocating a run first QB.  However, I would like AA do a better job at sensing when the protection is breaking down and stepping up in the pocket and at least not lose yards.  Blitzes I get, but there were a few times he stayed in the pocket way too long.  I know it'll come with time and experience, so I'll look forward to his improvement each week.

The part about the running QB was in reference to...

2) Not a scrambler or runner.  Perhaps not his "fault," but I want my QB to have wheels.

Conservatively estimating, 90% of the QBs who have wheels are lacking in either arm strength or accuracy, if not both. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Show-Me Hog on September 04, 2016, 09:57:26 AM
The part about the running QB was in reference to...

Conservatively estimating, 90% of the QBs who have wheels are lacking in either arm strength or accuracy, if not both.

I want John Elway. Nothing less is acceptable.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: DirkPiggler on September 04, 2016, 10:00:00 AM
I want John Elway. Nothing less is acceptable.

Don't you think he's a little old to be running the ball?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Cerdo on September 04, 2016, 10:28:12 AM
Do we really need a thread with this title on the day after a quarterback's first fucking start of a game we won?

What the fuck is wrong with you all anymore?  Are we Hogville or some other idiotic board?     Christ, I'm embarrassed of the internet this morning.   No wonder we're last in every fucking statistic in this country.   
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: DirkPiggler on September 04, 2016, 10:42:46 AM
Do we really need a thread with this title on the day after a quarterback's first fucking start of a game we won?

What the fuck is wrong with you all anymore?  Are we Hogville or some other idiotic board?     Christ, I'm embarrassed of the internet this morning.   No wonder we're last in every fucking statistic in this country.

Not last in obesity anymore.  Not even in the top four!

Teresa Prewett must have moved to Missishithole.  That plus we finally got credit for Chaney leaving. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Pumpkin Escobar on September 04, 2016, 11:09:22 AM
Do we really need a thread with this title on the day after a quarterback's first fucking start of a game we won?

What the fuck is wrong with you all anymore?  Are we Hogville or some other idiotic board?     Christ, I'm embarrassed of the internet this morning.   No wonder we're last in every fucking statistic in this country.
 

We're SECOND to last in everything, you panamexican. TGFM.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: FNG on September 04, 2016, 12:47:15 PM
 

We're SECOND to last in everything, you panamexican. TGFM.
Go penultimate or go home!
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Animal on September 04, 2016, 12:54:24 PM
https://twitter.com/sec_chad/status/772464539002482688


Good look here of Jackson taking the inside teaming up with Raulerson, neither seems to provide a nats fart worth of protection.


That was a corner blitz and the d line did some kind of twist stuff...

100% lost in the scheme
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Over9000ft on September 04, 2016, 01:05:14 PM
Russell Wilson sucked in college too.

It's almost as if they had something fat, dumb, and overpaid in common I just can't quite put my finger on it...
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Animal Chin on September 04, 2016, 01:14:04 PM
Russell Wilson sucked in college too.

It's almost as if they had something fat, dumb, and overpaid in common I just can't quite put my finger on it...

Russell Wilson absolutely did not suck at Wisconsin.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Show-Me Hog on September 04, 2016, 01:16:38 PM
Russell Wilson absolutely did not suck at Wisconsin.

Can't you see the "Do Not Feed" signs?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Pumpkin Escobar on September 04, 2016, 01:20:01 PM
Russell Wilson sucked in college too.

It's almost as if they had something fat, dumb, and overpaid in common I just can't quite put my finger on it...
 

What did your Gus God do last night? What did all his razzle dazzle accomplish? Our offense wasn't the problem last season and we threw plenty.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Tonic on September 04, 2016, 01:55:27 PM
I don't mind a close, hard fought game but the only reason I like for us to blow out so called "lesser" teams is because the worst idiots come out of the wood works spouting stupid shit here on the woopigs.

I'm looking at you:

Over9000ft
Hit That Line
Wooisme

There is room on this list for more but I don't memorize every fucktards name.

Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: HogHead McCormick on September 04, 2016, 02:20:38 PM
https://twitter.com/sec_chad/status/772464539002482688


Good look here of Jackson taking the inside teaming up with Raulerson, neither seems to provide a nats fart worth of protection.


That was a corner blitz and the d line did some kind of twist stuff...

100% lost in the scheme

I think that kind of confusion will be quickly fixed. 



I hope.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: DirkPiggler on September 04, 2016, 03:26:12 PM
I don't mind a close, hard fought game but the only reason I like for us to blow out so called "lesser" teams is because the worst idiots come out of the wood works spouting stupid shit here on the woopigs.

I'm looking at you:

Over9000ft
Hit That Line
Wooisme

There is room on this list for more but I don't memorize every fucktards name.

You definitely hit the top two.  In fact, you could have even left out HTL, as I saw him post something positive the other day.  Never seen that at all from Foghorn or Captain Oveur.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Jeff Spongeworthy on September 04, 2016, 03:29:33 PM
I'd trade right now.  WITH LOUISIANA FUCKING TECH.

Louisiana Tech
Comp   Att   Yds   Pct   Y/A   Sack   YdsL   TD   Int   QBRat
J'mar Smith   19   31   212   61.3   6.8   3   20   0   1   112.3
Arkansas
Comp   Att   Yds   Pct   Y/A   Sack   YdsL   TD   Int   QBRat
Austin Allen   20   29   191   69.0   6.6   4   26   2   2   133.3
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Tonic on September 04, 2016, 03:31:56 PM
You definitely hit the top two.  In fact, you could have even left out HTL, as I saw him post something positive the other day.  Never seen that at all from Foghorn or Captain Oveur.

I considered leaving him out but he is still HTL, he deserves to be on there.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Das Uberschwein on September 04, 2016, 06:10:04 PM
Everybody except Alabama and Ohio State has something to bitch about.  Aw, that's an overstatement but 50% of the teams lost and 50% of those that won are mad that they didn't win by enough so 75% of fan bases are bitching about something. Find another team to follow and you'll see that everybody is pretty much the same.  You can almost survive on a college football board with about 100 canned posts where you just fill in the blanks with names as needed.

All of this.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: BigDavis on September 04, 2016, 07:15:13 PM
Louisiana Tech
Comp   Att   Yds   Pct   Y/A   Sack   YdsL   TD   Int   QBRat
J'mar Smith   19   31   212   61.3   6.8   3   20   0   1   112.3
Arkansas
Comp   Att   Yds   Pct   Y/A   Sack   YdsL   TD   Int   QBRat
Austin Allen   20   29   191   69.0   6.6   4   26   2   2   133.3

It's really stupid that this thread even exists. First start and an OL that was leaking like a sieve. There were so many things wrong with that game yesterday but Austin was very low on that list. Definitely not new thread worthy. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Aporkalypse_Now on September 04, 2016, 11:26:57 PM
https://twitter.com/sec_chad/status/772464539002482688


Good look here of Jackson taking the inside teaming up with Raulerson, neither seems to provide a nats fart worth of protection.


That was a corner blitz and the d line did some kind of twist stuff...

100% lost in the scheme

Thanks for this.  I saw Jackson looking lost but missed Raulerson getting his ass shoved back into the QB.  No excuse for an SEC starting guard getting bull rushed into the QB by a La Tech DT.  Horrible.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: notaslibro on September 05, 2016, 12:15:08 AM
It's really stupid that this thread even exists. First start and an OL that was leaking like a sieve. There were so many things wrong with that game yesterday but Austin was very low on that list. Definitely not new thread worthy.

Sure, but you're always farting rainbows when the Hogs start a new season. Id buy into this post more if a traditional cynic had posted it.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Over9000ft on September 05, 2016, 01:22:36 AM
 

What did your Gus God do last night? What did all his razzle dazzle accomplish? Our offense wasn't the problem last season and we threw plenty.

I don't buy his high school bullshit either.  The only reason anyone knows his name is Cam Newton stealing laptops.

Here's the thing...

Nick Saban is always gonna get the pick of the litter.  How is it that anyone thinks they can beat him at his game when they get his leftovers?

Here's a stat for you...

In the past seven years, or 111 games, Alabama has lost to an opponent scoring less than four touchdowns a whopping total of three times.  Two of those losses were LSU, so only two teams have accomplished the above.  The other was Ole Miss.

When will Arkansas have defensive talent on par with LSU?  Never.
When will an offense under Bert be capable of four TDs against a top 5 defense? Never.

As for Russell Wilson, he had 25 or fewer attempts in 11 of 12 games in his one year with Bert.
He had 15 or fewer completions in 6 of those 11.
He had less than 200 yards in 6 of those 11 as well.










Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Pumpkin Escobar on September 05, 2016, 01:41:20 AM
I don't buy his high school bullshit either.  The only reason anyone knows his name is Cam Newton stealing laptops.

Here's the thing...

Nick Saban is always gonna get the pick of the litter.  How is it that anyone thinks they can beat him at his game when they get his leftovers?

Here's a stat for you...

In the past seven years, or 111 games, Alabama has lost to an opponent scoring less than four touchdowns a whopping total of three times.  Two of those losses were LSU, so only two teams have accomplished the above.  The other was Ole Miss.

When will Arkansas have defensive talent on par with LSU?  Never.
When will an offense under Bert be capable of four TDs against a top 5 defense? Never.

As for Russell Wilson, he had 25 or fewer attempts in 11 of 12 games in his one year with Bert.
He had 15 or fewer completions in 6 of those 11.
He had less than 200 yards in 6 of those 11 as well.
 

We were close to beating Bama two years ago. If we don't fumble the gotdamn football seconds before scoring a TD, we win it.  We ain't beating Bama with just offense and Petrino couldn't beat him either. We have to have they type of defense we had two seasons ago and be able to run the football. If Bret can't get that done then he will get fired and the next coach won't be Petrino. I don't why the fuck some of you morons can't get that through your gotdamn thick ass skulls. Petrino is gone and he ain't coming back so stop fucking talking about him. If you want to bring up some other coach, then fine.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: clintcommander on September 05, 2016, 02:36:40 AM
Over9000ft?

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Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Thin Red Swine on September 05, 2016, 08:25:16 AM

When will Arkansas have defensive talent on par with LSU?  Never.
When will an offense under Bert be capable of four TDs against a top 5 defense? Never.

Here's the thing.

We beat them 17-0 and 31-14 the last two years.

The first was clear proof that development trumps talent.
The second was a Bielema offense scoring 4 TDs against what I'm guessing you'd consider a traditional Top 5 defense.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: FNG on September 05, 2016, 08:34:56 AM
Here's the thing.

We beat them 17-0 and 31-14 the last two years.

The first was clear proof that development trumps talent.
The second was a Bielema offense scoring 4 TDs against what I'm guessing you'd consider a traditional Top 5 defense.

(https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/e0/99/23/e09923d54f63446641de226d7fe129a2.jpg)
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Hatchclan on September 05, 2016, 09:04:03 AM
(https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/e0/99/23/e09923d54f63446641de226d7fe129a2.jpg)
:thumbup:  :maundoed:

 :tiw:
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: The Whyte Boar on September 05, 2016, 09:07:57 AM
Here's the thing.

We beat them 17-0 and 31-14 the last two years.

The first was clear proof that development trumps talent.
The second was a Bielema offense scoring 4 TDs against what I'm guessing you'd consider a traditional Top 5 defense.

Not really, we've really had pretty good success against LSU no matter who the coach is.  Hootie, Petrino, and now Bert have all done better against LSU than our talent would seem to indicate is possible.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Thin Red Swine on September 05, 2016, 09:31:18 AM
Not really, we've really had pretty good success against LSU no matter who the coach is.  Hootie, Petrino, and now Bert have all done better against LSU than our talent would seem to indicate is possible.

That really has nothing to do with what we're talking about.

But if you insist on making this a debate about the past...

http://www.cfbdatawarehouse.com/data/active/a/arkansas/opponents_records.php?teamid=1793

Nutty was 4-6, with two of the wins from a Miracle and a DMac performance of a lifetime, and got skulldrug on at least a couple of occasions.

Petrion was 2-2, one of the wins thanks to another Miracle.  And one skulldrag on a huge stage.

Bielema is 2-1, with an LSU pseudo-miracle responsible for that one.

Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: The Whyte Boar on September 05, 2016, 09:39:30 AM
You do realize that at this point in their tenures at Arkansas both Hootie and Petrino were 2-1 against LSU don't you?  You do realize that right?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Tonic on September 05, 2016, 09:47:29 AM
You do realize that at this point in their tenures at Arkansas both Hootie and Petrino were 2-1 against LSU don't you?  You do realize that right?

Why does it matter so much to you? Good lord, the horse is dead quit having sex with it.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: The Whyte Boar on September 05, 2016, 09:52:52 AM
Why does it matter so much to you? Good lord, the horse is dead quit having sex with it.

It doesn't matter to me, I just pointed out that the last three coaches have done better against LSU than talent would indicate we should.  He counters that Bielema is 2-1, and I remind him that the last two were as well.

Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Mike Slive on September 05, 2016, 09:55:03 AM
It doesn't matter to me, I just pointed out that the last three coaches have done better against LSU than talent would indicate we should.  He counters that Bielema is 2-1, and I remind him that the last two were as well.

So he is on par with our last 2 coaches. Thanks, that really makes a solid point.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: The Whyte Boar on September 05, 2016, 09:58:02 AM
So he is on par with our last 2 coaches. Thanks, that really makes a solid point.

It makes the point that it is a little early to draw conclusions based on our performance against LSU.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Humphrey BOARgart on September 05, 2016, 10:12:55 AM
You do realize that at this point in their tenures at Arkansas both Hootie and Petrino were 2-1 against LSU don't you?  You do realize that right?

And who were the head coach for LSU in HDN's first 3 years?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: The Whyte Boar on September 05, 2016, 10:29:30 AM
And who were the head coach for LSU in HDN's first 3 years?

You realize that his second LSU win was against Nick Saban don't you?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: authorhawgerelli on September 05, 2016, 10:33:50 AM
Wow. Finally started reading this as I was watching the replay. The "expert" color guy says that Skip Holtz staff said he stares down receivers, so you experts take this and run with it. AA had thrown 3 passes at the college level before Saturday. Think about another coach saying that based on 3 meaningless mop up time passes.

First interception, he's staring down the freaking corner trying to throw into the hole between the safety and the corner in cover 2. He underthrows, interception. Fixable with experience.

I haven't got to the 2nd int on the replay. I can tell you what happened there. As AA was reading the defense, not staring the receiver down, he throws to where Sprinkle was supposed to be. Sorinkle ran the wrong route. Sheesh. Show some patience. The line was absolutely confused. They'll get better. AA is far above our best qb. I promise.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: notaslibro on September 05, 2016, 10:36:52 AM
↑↑↑↑↑↑↑
Bobby Allen
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: The Whyte Boar on September 05, 2016, 10:38:56 AM
I don't get the criticism of AA.  He looked better in his debut than any Arkansas QB not named Ryan Mallett or Tyler Wilson than I can ever remember.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Thin Red Swine on September 05, 2016, 10:52:42 AM
It doesn't matter to me, I just pointed out that the last three coaches have done better against LSU than talent would indicate we should.  He counters that Bielema is 2-1, and I remind him that the last two were as well.

And Nutt's -1 was a 35-10 loss that wasn't even as close as the score.

And as noted, one of Petrion's two was a Miracle.  If we get ransacked by LSU this year, I'd concede that Bielema's results against them are closer to equal.  But neither of the former's wins were nearly as dominant. 


But keep fucking that chicken. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: The Whyte Boar on September 05, 2016, 11:00:25 AM
And Nutt's -1 was a 35-10 loss that wasn't even as close as the score.

And as noted, one of Petrion's two was a Miracle.  If we get ransacked by LSU this year, I'd concede that Bielema's results against them are closer to equal.  But neither of the former's wins were nearly as dominant. 


But keep fucking that chicken.

You're the one fucking a chicken trying to draw some sort of great statistical analysis after a few football games.   Arkansas should beat LSU regularly.  We are supposed to.  It is expected.  Take away Nick Saban and LSU is not an appreciably better program than Arkansas based on historical results. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Aporkalypse_Now on September 05, 2016, 11:10:58 AM
You're the one fucking a chicken trying to draw some sort of great statistical analysis after a few football games.   Arkansas should beat LSU regularly.  We are supposed to.  It is expected.  Take away Nick Saban and LSU is not an appreciably better program than Arkansas based on historical results.

You are the only person in America that thinks this.  LSU should have a top 10 team every year based on their recruiting base.  We shouldn't be top 25.  If we did better historically, it's because we were better coached and they made bad hires.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Nolapigz on September 05, 2016, 11:18:05 AM
You're the one fucking a chicken trying to draw some sort of great statistical analysis after a few football games.   Arkansas should beat LSU regularly.  We are supposed to.  It is expected.  Take away Nick Saban and LSU is not an appreciably better program than Arkansas based on historical results.
Holy shit.  And I thought you were delusional in the other thread.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: The Whyte Boar on September 05, 2016, 11:22:22 AM
You are the only person in America that thinks this.  LSU should have a top 10 team every year based on their recruiting base.  We shouldn't be top 25.  If we did better historically, it's because we were better coached and they made bad hires.

Arkansas since Houston Nutt is 8-10 against LSU.  And that comes in the middle of what is undoubtedly LSU's best fifteen years in their history.  A series that close after 22 years tells you that we beat them often enough that it shouldn't be a huge surprise, no matter what everyone else in Anerica thinks about it.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Arkansas Proud on September 05, 2016, 11:53:21 AM
That really has nothing to do with what we're talking about.

But if you insist on making this a debate about the past...

http://www.cfbdatawarehouse.com/data/active/a/arkansas/opponents_records.php?teamid=1793

Nutty was 4-6, with two of the wins from a Miracle and a DMac performance of a lifetime, and got skulldrug on at least a couple of occasions.

Petrion was 2-2, one of the wins thanks to another Miracle.  And one skulldrag on a huge stage.

Bielema is 2-1, with an LSU pseudo-miracle responsible for that one.

So we're 8-9 against LSU in the last 17?  That's impressive.  Especially considering we also let them go 90 yards in 2 minutes in 2013, and we barely lost in 2012 (thanks John L for kicking a FG) and got screwed in 2009. 

I like that we can play LSU so close.  Consistently, I think it was a TD or less game between 2003 and 2013 except the infamous '11 game.

We can do the same against AL over the next 17 years I think, given that Saban retires in the next 5-7 years.  I think Bert views AL as his make it or break it game.  But we don't necessarily have to beat AL to get to the SEC Championship game.  We proved that in 2002, 2010, and possibly 2011. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Hogwildpigcrazy on September 05, 2016, 06:24:53 PM
(https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/e0/99/23/e09923d54f63446641de226d7fe129a2.jpg)
Noticeably absent is the SEC referee.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: big_pig on September 05, 2016, 06:42:14 PM
Noticeably absent is the SEC referee.

If it was Curles he would have thrown the flag on Liston..
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Show-Me Hog on September 05, 2016, 09:56:11 PM
Watching this FSU quarterback come alive in the second half, and watching what Chad Kelley does in general, I think having a QB who can get out of the pocket and get first downs with his legs is such an important part of current college football.  Statues with arms are a thing of the past.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Animal Chin on September 05, 2016, 09:59:17 PM
Watching this FSU quarterback come alive in the second half, and watching what Chad Kelley does in general, I think having a QB who can get out of the pocket and get first downs with his legs is such an important part of current college football.  Statues with arms are a thing of the past.

It really depends on the statue.

Kelley runs quite a bit.  So, he's not a statue with arms.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Show-Me Hog on September 05, 2016, 10:01:36 PM
It really depends on the statue.

Kelley runs quite a bit.  So, he's not a statue with arms.

I know about Kelley, that's my exact point.  A defense can account for everybody and do everything right, then still lose the series because the QB keeps getting unscripted first downs.  I want our QB to do that.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Animal Chin on September 05, 2016, 10:03:44 PM
Depends on the statue.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Pumpkin Escobar on September 05, 2016, 10:13:18 PM
I know about Kelley, that's my exact point.  A defense can account for everybody and do everything right, then still lose the series because the QB keeps getting unscripted first downs.  I want our QB to do that.


So if Bryan Mallett and the Family Arm showed up and wanted to play qb, you'd politely decline?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Animal Chin on September 05, 2016, 10:15:45 PM


So if Bryan Mallett and the Family Arm showed up and wanted to play qb, you'd politely decline?

I'd hate to have Mallett right now.  Statue.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: wvhawgfan on September 05, 2016, 10:16:04 PM


So if Bryan Mallett and the Family Arm showed up and wanted to play qb, you'd politely decline?
Of course not, but being a "willing runner" when you have the chance to make a first down or minimize a loss is always a good thing.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Pumpkin Escobar on September 05, 2016, 10:19:30 PM
I'd hate to have Mallett right now.  Statue.
 

I tell you a qb that could bounce around out there... Peanut Adams. He had dem wheels, son.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Animal Chin on September 05, 2016, 10:19:56 PM
Of course not
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Animal Chin on September 05, 2016, 10:21:36 PM
 

I tell you a qb that could bounce around out there... Peanut Adams. He had dem wheels, son.

Before his time.  He'd be all-American these days.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Pumpkin Escobar on September 05, 2016, 10:24:37 PM
Before his time.  He'd be all-American these days.
 

Starting for LSU. Les is really ahead of the curve in putting dual threat qb's into a pro style offense.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Animal Chin on September 05, 2016, 10:27:18 PM
 

Starting for LSU. Les is really ahead of the curve in putting dual threat qb's into a pro style offense.

I haven't been paying attention.  How's that Harris kid doing?  Probably put up 400+ and 5 touchdowns against Wisconsin.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Animal Chin on September 05, 2016, 10:30:14 PM
If herbstreit gets Kelley's balls any farther down his throat, they'll be hanging out his ass.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Pumpkin Escobar on September 05, 2016, 10:30:25 PM
I haven't been paying attention.  How's that Harris kid doing?  Probably put up 400+ and 5 touchdowns against Wisconsin.
 

When I see what Harris brings to the table, I curse Bert for being fat.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Buffinator on September 05, 2016, 10:34:01 PM
If herbstreit gets Kelley's balls any farther down his throat, they'll be hanging out his ass.

If I had any artistic ability, I'd turn this visual image into some disturbing Yaoi for Woopig's enjoyment.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Mr A Ziffell on September 05, 2016, 10:50:43 PM
I ask again, does he have a truck?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: DirkPiggler on September 06, 2016, 08:16:15 AM
Of course not, but being a "willing runner" when you have the chance to make a first down or minimize a loss is always a good thing.

Mallett was willing, but not able. 

Of course, all things equal, it's better for your QB to be able to run a little bit.  To be successful in a spread it's damn near a requirement. 

In an offense like we run or LSU attempts to run, it's 100 times more important to have someone who can pass accurately, read defenses, and make good decisions. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Over9000ft on September 06, 2016, 08:57:25 PM
Here's the thing.

We beat them 17-0 and 31-14 the last two years.

The first was clear proof that development trumps talent.
The second was a Bielema offense scoring 4 TDs against what I'm guessing you'd consider a traditional Top 5 defense.

None of which has anything to do with what I posted.

How many defensive players does LSU put in the NFL?

How many has AR put in the NFL?

I said talent.

It honestly doesn't matter when we beat LSU, because when we play them we're usually about 4-5 and they're coming off of loss #2 so neither side has reason to give a shit.

Louisiana is a close race with TX and FL for the highest amount of D1 talent per capita in the nation.  AR has virtually none.

The reason Petrino had success here was he was doing something different. All these big 10 yokels are fighting over O linemen and RBs, so Petrino was snatching up receivers, TEs, and QBs.  If all those other schools were playing June Jones like aTm is, Bert might have some success.

But they're not, they're all playing the big 10 snooze fest.  The only difference in us and them is they have way more talent than us.

You can fuck the chicken however you wanna fuck it but the above is not going to change.  They have AR15s and you have a fucking Walmart pop gun saying "no wait we can win a gunfight we just have to shoot straighter!"

The only thing done successfully around here is Jeff Long firmly establishing himself as the new Frank.  You keep arguing about how to beat Saban with 3 yards and a cloud of dust with players from Fordyce and Jeff Long will keep his tee times at Augusta as long as the jet isn't in the shop.  That's the purpose of Arkansas football.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Tonic on September 06, 2016, 09:06:28 PM
None of which has anything to do with what I posted.

How many defensive players does LSU put in the NFL?

How many has AR put in the NFL?

I said talent.

It honestly doesn't matter when we beat LSU, because when we play them we're usually about 4-5 and they're coming off of loss #2 so neither side has reason to give a shit.

Louisiana is a close race with TX and FL for the highest amount of D1 talent per capita in the nation.  AR has virtually none.

The reason Petrino had success here was he was doing something different. All these big 10 yokels are fighting over O linemen and RBs, so Petrino was snatching up receivers, TEs, and QBs.  If all those other schools were playing June Jones like aTm is, Bert might have some success.

But they're not, they're all playing the big 10 snooze fest.  The only difference in us and them is they have way more talent than us.

You can fuck the chicken however you wanna fuck it but the above is not going to change.  They have AR15s and you have a fucking Walmart pop gun saying "no wait we can win a gunfight we just have to shoot straighter!"

The only thing done successfully around here is Jeff Long firmly establishing himself as the new Frank.  You keep arguing about how to beat Saban with 3 yards and a cloud of dust with players from Fordyce and Jeff Long will keep his tee times at Augusta as long as the jet isn't in the shop.  That's the purpose of Arkansas football.

Same old song and dance from you, negative nancy.

Useless drivel is useless. Go fuck yourself.

Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Ty Webb on September 06, 2016, 09:41:24 PM
I don't buy his high school bullshit either.  The only reason anyone knows his name is Cam Newton stealing laptops.

Here's the thing...

Nick Saban is always gonna get the pick of the litter.  How is it that anyone thinks they can beat him at his game when they get his leftovers?

Here's a stat for you...

In the past seven years, or 111 games, Alabama has lost to an opponent scoring less than four touchdowns a whopping total of three times.  Two of those losses were LSU, so only two teams have accomplished the above.  The other was Ole Miss.

When will Arkansas have defensive talent on par with LSU?  Never.
When will an offense under Bert be capable of four TDs against a top 5 defense? Never.

As for Russell Wilson, he had 25 or fewer attempts in 11 of 12 games in his one year with Bert.
He had 15 or fewer completions in 6 of those 11.
He had less than 200 yards in 6 of those 11 as well.
I'd gladly take an Arkansas QB putting up Wilson's Wisky numbers every year.

225-309, 73% comp, 3175 yds, 33 TDs 4 INTs, 340yds rushing 6 TDs, QB rating 191.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: MoPork on September 07, 2016, 02:19:29 AM
None of which has anything to do with what I posted.

How many defensive players does LSU put in the NFL?

How many has AR put in the NFL?

I said talent.

It honestly doesn't matter when we beat LSU, because when we play them we're usually about 4-5 and they're coming off of loss #2 so neither side has reason to give a shit.

Louisiana is a close race with TX and FL for the highest amount of D1 talent per capita in the nation.  AR has virtually none.

The reason Petrino had success here was he was doing something different. All these big 10 yokels are fighting over O linemen and RBs, so Petrino was snatching up receivers, TEs, and QBs.  If all those other schools were playing June Jones like aTm is, Bert might have some success.
I loved our offense when Bobby was here but other than the 08 class that he inherited from Nutt save for Joe Adams and Cobi Hamilton in 09 his haul of wide receivers sucked.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: bleedinred on September 10, 2016, 09:50:38 PM
Win lose or draw.

I was wrong.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: big_pig on September 10, 2016, 10:05:07 PM
this thread is backwards. some posters need to kneel down and start blowing.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Jostlyn McCocksack on September 10, 2016, 10:07:18 PM
All their base belong to him
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Thin Red Swine on September 10, 2016, 10:11:03 PM
That throw to Sprinkle?  Are you kidding me?  And that last play looked a WHOLE LOT like Ot in Oxford last fall.

Incredible. He's gonna be just fine. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Das Uberschwein on September 10, 2016, 10:13:53 PM
Sure hope our next qb sucks, too.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: papermill on September 10, 2016, 10:16:10 PM
Sure hope our next qb sucks, too.

Bobby Allen needs to get out there and start fucking, won't help next year but we'd be good to go in 2035
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: clintcommander on September 10, 2016, 10:16:38 PM
Sure hope our next qb sucks, too.

This all day long.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Das Uberschwein on September 10, 2016, 10:17:20 PM
Bobby Allen needs to get out there and start fucking, won't help next year but we'd be good to go in 2035

Good point. We need to get him to 'donate' to the Razorback Foundation so we can freeze his stuff.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: iNOVAhog on September 10, 2016, 10:18:49 PM
Can our Admin change the thread title to Austin Allen's Cock?

If so, then put me down for 10 inches, at least.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Clark on September 10, 2016, 10:19:48 PM
Austin can go. Just protect him, please. I'm talking to you, right side.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Jostlyn McCocksack on September 10, 2016, 10:22:01 PM
Austin can go. Just protect him, please. I'm talking to you, right side.

He's no Mitch cumstein
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Clark on September 10, 2016, 10:22:29 PM
He's no Mitch cumstein
The night putter.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Vito Porkleone on September 10, 2016, 10:24:47 PM
The night putter.

Austin's balls dropped.  Not only did he have his way with the dean's daughter, but the wife too.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: VegasHog on September 10, 2016, 10:26:36 PM
he's no kenny thrill
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Cerdo on September 10, 2016, 10:32:48 PM
Really would like to see this thread title changed.

It's embarrassing that Woopig has become this stupid. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Jackie Treehorn on September 10, 2016, 10:34:11 PM
Bobby Allen needs to get out there and start fucking, won't help next year but we'd be good to go in 2035

At that point BA will be our coach.  Brother-coach?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Boared Cynic on September 10, 2016, 11:02:28 PM
Really would like to see this thread title changed.

It's embarrassing that Woopig has become this stupid.

I seriously thought this thread was satire when I saw it last week.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: DRYANKNPULL on September 10, 2016, 11:05:00 PM
Really would like to see this thread title changed.

It's embarrassing that Woopig has become this stupid.

I'll do it just for tonight. Going back in the morning for prosperity.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: big_pig on September 10, 2016, 11:07:20 PM
I'll do it just for tonight. Going back in the morning for prosperity.

you mean posterity.

prosperity is how I would describe the amount of poon he's going to be hauling in this week
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: DRYANKNPULL on September 10, 2016, 11:08:36 PM
you mean posterity.

prosperity is how I would describe the amount of poon he's going to be hauling in this week

Something like that
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: kingofdequeen on September 10, 2016, 11:09:36 PM
you mean posterity.

prosperity is how I would describe the amount of poon he's going to be hauling in this week

You sir have firm command of our lexicon.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: PorkRyan on September 10, 2016, 11:24:03 PM
Thread title is perfect
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Show-Me Hog on September 10, 2016, 11:52:21 PM
I'll do it just for tonight. Going back in the morning for prosperity.

Mods delete thread. Or change title, whatever.

Austin already moderated me, you can just finish the job.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: notaslibro on September 11, 2016, 01:20:37 AM
Imagine Brandon with more Enos and less pre-nos. Or compare our game today with Georgia's.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Aporkalypse_Now on September 11, 2016, 01:29:38 AM
Stick it in Crapola Crapola if you want, but I want to be that internet asshole who is first to go dark side on something.  He fucking sucks. Surely we have someone better than this.

A QB who can't run, or pass with zip, or think quickly on his feet, or scramble is realllllllly not optimal for the SEC.

(http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lx9jb1SPMr1qdrpdr.gif)
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Show-Me Hog on September 11, 2016, 01:46:50 AM
(http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lx9jb1SPMr1qdrpdr.gif)

Dewey Defeats Truman.

Truly, stick it in the Ultimate Crapola or whatever it's called, that's where it belongs.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Mike Slive on September 11, 2016, 08:45:47 AM
I watched the game with some friends and two of them hated on Austin before and during the whole game. Even when he competed a pass, they would claim there was someone else open he should have thrown it to. I mean they busted this guys balls the whole way. I kept asking why they thought he sucked and it was because they saw him in practice and scrimmages.

When we had 2:05 to go get a TD and 2 pt conversion, they both assured every one that Austin could not possibly lead us down the field. I jokingly said when he does and wins the game in OT, you cucks will be wearing his jersey next week. Then we bet that they would have to if we did win that game. That was one of the most satisfying wins I've seen in a long long time and Austin will have 2 blowhards wearing his jersey next week because of it.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: hogsrunwild on September 11, 2016, 10:41:58 AM
Can our Admin change the thread title to Austin Allen's Cock?

If so, then put me down for 10 inches, at least.


W T F
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Aaron on September 11, 2016, 02:10:25 PM
I watched the game with some friends and two of them hated on Austin before and during the whole game. Even when he competed a pass, they would claim there was someone else open he should have thrown it to. I mean they busted this guys balls the whole way. I kept asking why they thought he sucked and it was because they saw him in practice and scrimmages.

When we had 2:05 to go get a TD and 2 pt conversion, they both assured every one that Austin could not possibly lead us down the field. I jokingly said when he does and wins the game in OT, you cucks will be wearing his jersey next week. Then we bet that they would have to if we did win that game. That was one of the most satisfying wins I've seen in a long long time and Austin will have 2 blowhards wearing his jersey next week because of it.

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Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Tanny Bogus on September 11, 2016, 02:51:35 PM
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Pretty sure it was the same guys that sat behind us at the La Tech game. I think they actually enjoyed bitching.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Aporkalypse_Now on September 11, 2016, 10:17:01 PM
Dewey Defeats Truman.

Truly, stick it in the Ultimate Crapola or whatever it's called, that's where it belongs.

Well, you started the thread and all...

I hope for your wife's sake you aren't always this premature.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Show-Me Hog on September 11, 2016, 10:32:11 PM
Well, you started the thread and all...

I hope for your wife's sake you aren't always this premature.

I'm sitting here watching the Rob Lowe roast right this second.  This would fit right in.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Fairweather Hog Fan on September 12, 2016, 08:55:16 AM
That was one of the most satisfying wins I've seen in a long long time and Austin will have 2 blowhards wearing his jersey next week because of it.

With jorts and crocs of course.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: The Whyte Boar on September 12, 2016, 08:56:03 AM
Like I said, I don't understand how anyone could hate this kid.  He has missed some open guys, but what do you expect from a kid who prior to this year had thrown three passes?  He needs the work.  But he throws a beautiful ball, is very accurate, and has plenty of arm.  And the best thing about him is that in two games so far, he is money in the clutch.  That was a trait that his brother didn't develop until halfway through his senior season.

He is possibly already the best QB in the SEC.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: notaslibro on September 12, 2016, 09:00:51 AM
I don't get why people still hate on his  big brother now that we've seen the difference between Enos and his predecessor.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Mike Slive on September 12, 2016, 09:02:54 AM
I don't get why people still hate on his  big brother now that we've seen the difference between Enos and his predecessor.

Yea but Georgia is 2-0 after knocking off Nicholls St. The only way I will respect Kirby is if he fires Chaney mid season. Or he keeps him on the staff until Georgia rolls back on the schedule.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: cchog on September 12, 2016, 09:49:48 AM
Yea but Georgia is 2-0 after knocking off Nicholls St. The only way I will respect Kirby is if he fires Chaney mid season. Or he keeps him on the staff until Georgia rolls back on the schedule.

Speaking of Chaney, saw the following on NWAHutch's Twitter feed. Hutch was checking in on some Georgia fan's Twitter and noticed this:
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Razor B on September 12, 2016, 01:33:56 PM
Speaking of Chaney, saw the following on NWAHutch's Twitter feed. Hutch was checking in on some Georgia fan's Twitter and noticed this:

It will only get worse.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Das Uberschwein on September 13, 2016, 06:26:16 PM
I watched the game again last night. AA's performance seemed even better reheated. I am liking this kid and this team more and more. Lots of upside, all around.

Props, again, to Show-Me for happily eating his crow-pot-pie.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Show-Me Hog on September 13, 2016, 07:18:54 PM
I watched the game again last night. AA's performance seemed even better reheated. I am liking this kid and this team more and more. Lots of upside, all around.

Props, again, to Show-Me for happily eating his crow-pot-pie.

There's a certain kind of QB I just don't like -- short and immobile.  If you're a statue, be big (like Mallett). But even more preferable, I love a QB who can get out of the pocket and make plays with his legs. So just from a physical standpoint, Austin Allen looked to me like the Mortensen kid who bombed against USC. I thought he was going to bomb like him, too.

Shit, it's only been two games.  After the first one, I was ready for "next." Wrong. Great game against TCU. Now just to tap the brakes, he ain't exactly ready for all-SEC after one good game.

But I'll know better than to do any premature evaluations.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Mike Slive on September 13, 2016, 09:03:52 PM


But I'll know better than to do any premature evaluations.

You mean before you create a thread called Austin Allen sucks? Holy fucking dog balls...
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Show-Me Hog on September 13, 2016, 09:13:40 PM

But I'll know better than to do any MORE premature evaluations.

You mean before you create a thread called Austin Allen sucks? Holy fucking dog balls...

I thought it was clear from the context, but I added a word.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Pumpkin Escobar on September 13, 2016, 10:52:47 PM
So just from a physical standpoint, Austin Allen looked to me like the Mortensen kid who bombed against USC. I thought he was going to bomb like him, too.


 

Have you recently taken a blow to the head?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: HoneyBakedPiglet on September 13, 2016, 10:53:31 PM
 

Have you recently taken a blow to the head?

TCT is the one that does the blow.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Pumpkin Escobar on September 13, 2016, 10:57:34 PM
TCT is the one that does the blow.
 

Well, Show-Me Hog has obviously been doing bath salts.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Aporkalypse_Now on September 14, 2016, 12:30:36 AM
So just from a physical standpoint, Austin Allen looked to me like the Mortensen kid who bombed against USC.

I assume you mean from the waist up, obviously.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Show-Me Hog on September 14, 2016, 03:57:01 AM
I assume you mean from the waist up, obviously.

I have no idea what either one of them look like in the shower.
(Jerry Jones reference).
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: MDEM on September 14, 2016, 05:43:18 AM
I watched the game again last night. AA's performance seemed even better reheated. I am liking this kid and this team more and more. Lots of upside, all around.

Props, again, to Show-Me for happily eating his crow-pot-pie.

I did so, as well, and came off hating Marc Curles even worse, and I didn't think that possible.  Straight up fucked us on both of our two longest passes. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Animal on September 14, 2016, 06:27:29 AM
How Curles hasn't had an accident on the field is beyond me. Guess he's bright enough to get out of the way. It's clear some Arkansawer must have stink holed someone dear to him and he's never let it go.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Arkansas Proud on September 14, 2016, 10:27:33 AM
I watched the game again last night. AA's performance seemed even better reheated. I am liking this kid and this team more and more. Lots of upside, all around.

Props, again, to Show-Me for happily eating his crow-pot-pie.

I agree.  And just 3 weeks ago, almost everyone on here was insinuating AA was a one year stop-gap measure until Ryan Mallett, Jr. could take over.  After the last two game-winning drives, he may have just secured the starting spot for life.  If, we continue to have at least enough success, meaning 8 wins or more.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: authorhawgerelli on September 14, 2016, 04:16:51 PM
How Curles hasn't had an accident on the field is beyond me. Guess he's bright enough to get out of the way. It's clear some Arkansawer must have stink holed someone dear to him and he's never let it go.

Makes me hate Cheez It even more.

(https://d6u22qyv3ngwz.cloudfront.net/ad/7Ogw/cheez-it-big-weights-large-7.jpg)   (http://sportsnola.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Marc-Curles-Referee-e1470237816451.jpg)
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Aporkalypse_Now on September 17, 2016, 10:50:18 PM
I agree.  And just 3 weeks ago, almost everyone on here was insinuating AA was a one year stop-gap measure until Ryan Mallett, Jr. could take over.  After the last two game-winning drives, he may have just secured the starting spot for life.  If, we continue to have at least enough success, meaning 8 wins or more.

Austin's numbers so far:

53-79  67.1%  655 yds 7 TD 2 INT

Spectacular.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: big_pig on September 17, 2016, 10:53:06 PM
Austin's numbers so far:

53-79  67.1%  655 yds 7 TD 2 INT

Spectacular.


No picks in his last two games...though he had a couple that probably should have been. Still, he's been very good.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: clintcommander on September 17, 2016, 10:54:32 PM
His completion % went up from last week yes?  That means he's still #1 in the SEC.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: kingofdequeen on September 18, 2016, 05:14:08 AM
Austin's numbers so far:

53-79  67.1%  655 yds 7 TD 2 INT

Spectacular.

http://youtu.be/aQNkeugaAMc
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Arkansas Proud on September 18, 2016, 12:08:57 PM
Austin's numbers so far:

53-79  67.1%  655 yds 7 TD 2 INT

Spectacular.

Can't ask for better than that out of a first year starter.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Aporkalypse_Now on September 18, 2016, 12:16:31 PM
Austin's QBR is tops in the SEC at 160.9.

He is 5th in passing yardage.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Son_of_Spam on September 18, 2016, 01:16:13 PM
Great numbers. If our OL can give him more time, he will pick a team apart. I am still a little worried about the passes he floats to the flat sometimes. Those will be a pick against better teams.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: mde114 on September 18, 2016, 01:19:05 PM
Great numbers. If our OL can give him more time, he will pick a team apart. I am still a little worried about the passes he floats to the flat sometimes. Those will be a pick against better teams.


This.

They'll have to overcome a pick-6 against Aggy.


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Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: The Whyte Boar on September 18, 2016, 01:36:31 PM
Last night was a good game for him, he played well and their were some teachable moments for the coaching staff.  He threw a few that would have been picks against an SEC team.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Animal on September 18, 2016, 01:48:54 PM
How many pick sixes did he throw against TCU?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Aporkalypse_Now on September 18, 2016, 02:20:11 PM
This is the throw that Stoerner thought was unwise and people are saying could've been picked.

I don't think so, I think he knew exactly what he was doing there.  The defender he threw it over had no shot.

(https://media.giphy.com/media/YxvqqFHFujwFG/giphy.gif)
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Son_of_Spam on September 18, 2016, 02:33:25 PM
That is not the one I noticed. The one I was talking about was also to the flat but really slow to get there. If the defender had turned, he would have easily picked it. I still think AA is a very good QB and will only get better. If we can just keep the defense out of his face.....
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: cotte on September 18, 2016, 02:35:43 PM
This is the throw that Stoerner thought was unwise and people are saying could've been picked.

I don't think so, I think he knew exactly what he was doing there.  The defender he threw it over had no shot.

(https://media.giphy.com/media/YxvqqFHFujwFG/giphy.gif)

I disagree. The defender had plenty of time to step in front of that pass. He just isn't as good of a defender as the sec will have.
I cringed when he threw this pass.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: big_pig on September 18, 2016, 02:37:48 PM
the OT touchdown to Sprinkle against TCU should have been picked had the DB turned around to see it
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: HoneyBakedPiglet on September 18, 2016, 02:40:01 PM
This is the throw that Stoerner thought was unwise and people are saying could've been picked.

I don't think so, I think he knew exactly what he was doing there.  The defender he threw it over had no shot.

(https://media.giphy.com/media/YxvqqFHFujwFG/giphy.gif)

#6 didn't have a shot but #24, the guy that ended up tackling him, could have stepped in front instead of behind.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Animal on September 18, 2016, 02:40:18 PM
This is the throw that Stoerner thought was unwise and people are saying could've been picked.

I don't think so, I think he knew exactly what he was doing there.  The defender he threw it over had no shot.

(https://media.giphy.com/media/YxvqqFHFujwFG/giphy.gif)

I thought #24 had a chance to break on it. But I also believe AA has enough understanding to know what throws he can and can't make. I think the ball could come out a little quicker and we wouldn't be talking about a few passes that look close to being iffy. That anticipation comes with more live game reps and looking off safeties and what not.

He's going to have film on him now, I would expect defenses to throw some new stuff at him.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Aporkalypse_Now on September 18, 2016, 02:41:53 PM
That is not the one I noticed. The one I was talking about was also to the flat but really slow to get there. If the defender had turned, he would have easily picked it. I still think AA is a very good QB and will only get better. If we can just keep the defense out of his face.....

I remember the one in the flat, could've easily been picked.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Animal on September 18, 2016, 02:43:15 PM
Ball location needs to improve as well, that TD should be on the outside shoulder in the back corner.

At least he's not one hopping passes
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Tonic on September 18, 2016, 02:45:41 PM
#6 didn't have a shot but #24, the guy that ended up tackling him, could have stepped in front instead of behind.

#24 appears to try to do just that but Keon put his big body in the way.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: cotte on September 18, 2016, 02:51:00 PM
#24 appears to try to do just that but Keon put his big body in the way.

No, he never turned around until he had overcommitted.

Having said that, I've been defending Austin all year off the board (even during the off season due to Allen haters in general). And I think hes going to be great here.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: wvhawgfan on September 18, 2016, 02:51:37 PM
#24 appears to try to do just that but Keon put his big body in the way.
That's what I see as well. Hatcher comes back for the ball, correctly, and keeps the defender from making a play on the ball.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Tonic on September 18, 2016, 03:19:45 PM
No, he never turned around until he had overcommitted.

Having said that, I've been defending Austin all year off the board (even during the off season due to Allen haters in general). And I think hes going to be great here.

Yes or No, to me that looks like what happened. Saying No is incorrect because it's not definitive, just an opinion.

Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: cotte on September 18, 2016, 03:31:18 PM
Yes or No, to me that looks like what happened. Saying No is incorrect because it's not definitive, just an opinion.
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Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: The Whyte Boar on September 18, 2016, 03:45:34 PM
Like I said, he had a great game but he did just enough wrong to give the coaches some room for some good coaching.  I think he will continue to improve by leaps and bounds.  He seems to be very coachable and has the tools.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: big_pig on September 18, 2016, 04:04:28 PM
ultimately I don't think Allen is going to be a problem in any game. He's clearly got "it" and has great coaching.

All I worry about is giving him time in the pocket. A&M's DL is beastly and their safeties are great too.  A busted protection leads to a desperation heave and that's an INT recipe.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Aporkalypse_Now on September 18, 2016, 04:31:24 PM
ultimately I don't think Allen is going to be a problem in any game. He's clearly got "it" and has great coaching.

All I worry about is giving him time in the pocket. A&M's DL is beastly and their safeties are great too.  A busted protection leads to a desperation heave and that's an INT recipe.

This is the thing that worries me about the aTm game.  With good protection I think we win easily, but with Aggies in our backfield we lose easily.  I'm hoping the extra week we had this week gave our coaches time to come up with a good game plan for pass protection.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: wvhawgfan on September 18, 2016, 04:58:56 PM
This is the thing that worries me about the aTm game.  With good protection I think we win easily, but with Aggies in our backfield we lose easily.  I'm hoping the extra week we had this week gave our coaches time to come up with a good right tackle.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Mike Slive on September 18, 2016, 05:06:24 PM
This is the thing that worries me about the aTm game.  With good protection I think we win easily, but with Aggies in our backfield we lose easily.  I'm hoping the extra week we had this week gave our coaches time to come up with a good game plan for pass protection.

We break out the shuttle pass this week to Reed.  :stache:
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Mike Slive on September 18, 2016, 05:22:48 PM
Just had a though, has AA thrown the ball away this year? I know BA specialized in this under Chaney.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: The Whyte Boar on September 18, 2016, 05:27:40 PM
Just had a though, has AA thrown the ball away this year? I know BA specialized in this under Chaney.

It's the difference in coaching.  Enos is more like Petrino was.  He coaches QBs to make plays not to avoid mistakes.  Enos puts a lot of responsibility on QBs and expects them to do well.  If you coach a QB to be a bus driver, you get a bus driver.  Enos wants a QB.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: allswell on September 18, 2016, 06:56:44 PM
This is the throw that Stoerner thought was unwise and people are saying could've been picked.

I don't think so, I think he knew exactly what he was doing there.  The defender he threw it over had no shot.

(https://media.giphy.com/media/YxvqqFHFujwFG/giphy.gif)

color analyst clearly stated that on this particular play that enos is a fundamentals guy and his qbs practice making this throw everyday - over corner&under safety.

besides, clint stoerner doesn't know shit about wisdom.

maybe i got the russian feed this week?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Arkansas Proud on September 18, 2016, 08:02:39 PM
I disagree. The defender had plenty of time to step in front of that pass. He just isn't as good of a defender as the sec will have.
I cringed when he threw this pass.

I'm with you.

Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Mike Slive on September 18, 2016, 08:27:56 PM
I'm with you.

I wasn't going to respond until I saw you agree. I watched that play live and thought, damn that should have been a pick. When I watched it in replays, looked like AA and Hatcher were on the same page. The page I'm suggesting they were on is, I'm wide open in the endzone so throw it to me and I will catch it before the defender who is way out of the picture can close on the ball. If anything, Hatcher made that catch more exciting than it needed to be.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: JoeBobHog on September 18, 2016, 08:56:34 PM
the OT touchdown to Sprinkle against TCU should have been picked had the DB turned around to see it


...if he was 7 foot tall.



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Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: jonbo on September 18, 2016, 09:01:23 PM
What I want to know is how did the camera/operator manage to pull back just perfectly like that so that it caught Allen throwing, the flight of the ball, and then Hatcher catching it? Was that the operator's skill? If so, that was incredible. Or was that all done post-shot somehow?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Arkansas Proud on September 18, 2016, 09:12:13 PM
I wasn't going to respond until I saw you agree. I watched that play live and thought, damn that should have been a pick. When I watched it in replays, looked like AA and Hatcher were on the same page. The page I'm suggesting they were on is, I'm wide open in the endzone so throw it to me and I will catch it before the defender who is way out of the picture can close on the ball. If anything, Hatcher made that catch more exciting than it needed to be.

It was, though shorter,than the ball Gaines took 100 against OM in 2014.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Mike Slive on September 18, 2016, 09:13:35 PM
It was, though shorter,than the ball Gaines took 100 against OM in 2014.

No, Gaines wasn't running over 15 yards to cover a wide open WR but whatevs.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Hogtired on September 19, 2016, 07:51:10 AM
He's going to have growing pains considering g he has 3 start. It took BA several seasons. Just keep an eye on where he parks his ride.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: authorhawgerelli on September 19, 2016, 09:06:57 AM
This is the throw that Stoerner thought was unwise and people are saying could've been picked.

I don't think so, I think he knew exactly what he was doing there.  The defender he threw it over had no shot.

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This is for all our qb experts, but especially the guy sitting 2 rows behind me on Saturday who like to use their "quarterback expertise" to declare whatever qb they are watching as weaker than they would be. 

On this play, Texas State chose to run Cover 2, which to most people means the cornerback is responsible for the flat area (which is the area on the field just outside the 1st inside receiver, many times the tight end or a slot/rb lined up just outside the tackle all the way to the sideline and about 7-10 yds deep.  The safety will be responsible for the entire half of the field he is lined up on from about 10yds off the ball's original alignment to the goal line.  By the way, cover 2 this close to the goal line against a play action team almost always spells disaster.

On this particular play, Hatcher has two options--run 10 yards and stop or run 10 yards then work the inside of the field on a straight line (called a dig route by most folks) exploring the areas not occupied by defenders.  For those of you experts saying AA was staring down the receiver, take another look.  His first read is to see if the CB "bails" (or drops back, basically running whatever route the widest man runs, which would mean it is not Cover 2, but Cover 4, which is sometimes disguised with the original alignment, or some sort of combination including man coverage).  If the CB sticks in cover 2, the qb will throw to the receiver who is looking for the same thing to adjust his route.  You can literally see AA looking at the CB in this video.  The CB freezes, and both Hatcher and AA react appropriately.  You can see the safety sprinting his butt off to get to the area, but he doesn't make it.  Had the CB occupied Hatcher's route, AA would have checked to his next read.

By the way, AA first checks the safety and then the corner.  No receiver staring down.

Although I recognize that I am much smarter than most people, it infuriates me to have people who just like to repeat what they heard Vern repeat years ago doing our qb's a disservice, by wrongfully describing the action to their almost drunk girlfriend in hopes she will succumb to her teenage fascination with the coach at her school, and treat her boyfriend like she wanted to treat that coach since he's now sounding like one.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: notaslibro on September 19, 2016, 09:11:42 AM
This is for all our qb experts, but especially the guy sitting 2 rows behind me on Saturday who like to use their "quarterback expertise" to declare whatever qb they are watching as weaker than they would be. 

On this play, Texas State chose to run Cover 2, which to most people means the cornerback is responsible for the flat area (which is the area on the field just outside the 1st inside receiver, many times the tight end or a slot/rb lined up just outside the tackle all the way to the sideline and about 7-10 yds deep.  The safety will be responsible for the entire half of the field he is lined up on from about 10yds off the ball's original alignment to the goal line.  By the way, cover 2 this close to the goal line against a play action team almost always spells disaster.

On this particular play, Hatcher has two options--run 10 yards and stop or run 10 yards then work the inside of the field on a straight line (called a dig route by most folks) exploring the areas not occupied by defenders.  For those of you experts saying AA was staring down the receiver, take another look.  His first read is to see if the CB "bails" (or drops back, basically running whatever route the widest man runs, which would mean it is not Cover 2, but Cover 4, which is sometimes disguised with the original alignment, or some sort of combination including man coverage).  If the CB sticks in cover 2, the qb will throw to the receiver who is looking for the same thing to adjust his route.  You can literally see AA looking at the CB in this video.  The CB freezes, and both Hatcher and AA react appropriately.  You can see the safety sprinting his butt off to get to the area, but he doesn't make it.  Had the CB occupied Hatcher's route, AA would have checked to his next read.

By the way, AA first checks the safety and then the corner.  No receiver staring down.

Although I recognize that I am much smarter than most people, it infuriates me to have people who just like to repeat what they heard Vern repeat years ago doing our qb's a disservice, by wrongfully describing the action to their almost drunk girlfriend in hopes she will succumb to her teenage fascination with the coach at her school, and treat her boyfriend like she wanted to treat that coach since he's now sounding like one.

Yeah, but if those had been SEC defensive backs Allen would have thrown an interception to both of them on the same play.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: authorhawgerelli on September 19, 2016, 09:14:05 AM
Just had a though, has AA thrown the ball away this year? I know BA specialized in this under Chaney.

No, but he needs to throw it away, every once in a while.  I was sitting behind Enos when AA turned it up on that early play and then tried to run over the DB coming up and making a pretty good lick on him.  He was hollering, "slide!"

I think that against TCU we ran a screen, and it was covered up, so AA threw it at Rawleigh's feet, essentially throwing it away.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: authorhawgerelli on September 19, 2016, 09:15:17 AM
Yeah, but if those had been SEC defensive backs Allen would have thrown an interception to both of them on the same play.

Next time you sit behind me at a game hollering that the whole time, would you please ask your girlfriend to ease up on the F bombs?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: notaslibro on September 19, 2016, 09:19:36 AM
Next time you sit behind me at a game hollering that the whole time, would you please ask your girlfriend to ease up on the F bombs?

And get the other half of my mustache ripped off?  No thanks.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: authorhawgerelli on September 19, 2016, 09:25:26 AM
And get the other half of my mustache ripped off?  No thanks.

By the way, the following really did happen Saturday night.  After our first punt, a very nice booming 50 yarder or so, this blonde chick sitting two rows behind me, screams "What the FUCK was that!"  It almost sounded like an 8 year old girl, so it got really quiet, as everybody looks around trying to find the drunk 8 year old.  She does it again, not long after that during a tv timeout.  This church elder looking 68 year old man spins around and points out all the children sitting in the area, and finishes with a "hey, we're all Hog fans, but that is all the F bombs I'm hearing tonight!"  One minute awkward silence.  Drunk chick (she's maybe 25), bursts into tears and starts apologizing to everybody, individually, but especially the 68 year old guy.  I was praying for a projectile vomiting to finish it up, but her boyfriend drags her out.  Ah, the joys of all day tailgating.
 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Tampa TechnoHOG on September 19, 2016, 09:29:52 AM
By the way, the following really did happen Saturday night.  After our first punt, a very nice booming 50 yarder or so, this blonde chick sitting two rows behind me, screams "What the FUCK was that!"  It almost sounded like an 8 year old girl, so it got really quiet, as everybody looks around trying to find the drunk 8 year old.  She does it again, not long after that during a tv timeout.  This church elder looking 68 year old man spins around and points out all the children sitting in the area, and finishes with a "hey, we're all Hog fans, but that is all the F bombs I'm hearing tonight!"  One minute awkward silence.  Drunk chick (she's maybe 25), bursts into tears and starts apologizing to everybody, individually, but especially the 68 year old guy.  I was praying for a projectile vomiting to finish it up, but her boyfriend drags her out.  Ah, the joys of all day tailgating.

Rules. Pics please. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: pinkphiloyd on September 19, 2016, 09:59:57 AM
This is for all our qb experts, but especially the guy sitting 2 rows behind me on Saturday who like to use their "quarterback expertise" to declare whatever qb they are watching as weaker than they would be. 

On this play, Texas State chose to run Cover 2, which to most people means the cornerback is responsible for the flat area (which is the area on the field just outside the 1st inside receiver, many times the tight end or a slot/rb lined up just outside the tackle all the way to the sideline and about 7-10 yds deep.  The safety will be responsible for the entire half of the field he is lined up on from about 10yds off the ball's original alignment to the goal line.  By the way, cover 2 this close to the goal line against a play action team almost always spells disaster.

On this particular play, Hatcher has two options--run 10 yards and stop or run 10 yards then work the inside of the field on a straight line (called a dig route by most folks) exploring the areas not occupied by defenders.  For those of you experts saying AA was staring down the receiver, take another look.  His first read is to see if the CB "bails" (or drops back, basically running whatever route the widest man runs, which would mean it is not Cover 2, but Cover 4, which is sometimes disguised with the original alignment, or some sort of combination including man coverage).  If the CB sticks in cover 2, the qb will throw to the receiver who is looking for the same thing to adjust his route.  You can literally see AA looking at the CB in this video.  The CB freezes, and both Hatcher and AA react appropriately.  You can see the safety sprinting his butt off to get to the area, but he doesn't make it.  Had the CB occupied Hatcher's route, AA would have checked to his next read.

By the way, AA first checks the safety and then the corner.  No receiver staring down.

Although I recognize that I am much smarter than most people, it infuriates me to have people who just like to repeat what they heard Vern repeat years ago doing our qb's a disservice, by wrongfully describing the action to their almost drunk girlfriend in hopes she will succumb to her teenage fascination with the coach at her school, and treat her boyfriend like she wanted to treat that coach since he's now sounding like one.

You never closed the first parentheses you opened, smarty pants.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: notaslibro on September 19, 2016, 10:01:25 AM
Grammar pha(e!
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: authorhawgerelli on September 19, 2016, 10:04:35 AM
You never closed the first parentheses you opened, smarty pants.

Got autocorrected.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Sliver72 on September 19, 2016, 12:22:07 PM
Got autocorrected.
Yeah, that's the ticket!
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: authorhawgerelli on September 19, 2016, 02:02:51 PM
Yeah, that's the ticket!

Works when I text the wrong stuff.  I think Woopig's autocorrect is kind of spotty.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: HRC on September 19, 2016, 02:48:27 PM
Rules. Pics please.

8, 25 or 68? HipHog wants to know.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Show-Me Hog on September 24, 2016, 11:53:42 PM
He's not 40, but he's a man.  He did his best Tyler Wilson impression tonight. Tough SOB.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: porksamich on September 24, 2016, 11:57:58 PM
Well furk
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Buffinator on September 25, 2016, 12:00:19 AM
Dude is the biggest man on this team.  He looked like he has more leadership over the offense than the coaches do.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Aporkalypse_Now on September 25, 2016, 12:03:57 AM
Dude is the biggest man on this team.  He looked like he has more leadership over the offense than the coaches do.

They trusted the OL to get it done instead of him.  They should've let Austin Allen win or lose it in the 4th, but for some inexplicable reason they didn't.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: The Whyte Boar on September 25, 2016, 12:24:21 AM
How long before AA goes Matt Jones and starts saying in the huddle, "No, we're not gonna run that, we're gonna run this"?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: HoneyBakedPiglet on September 25, 2016, 12:31:33 AM
Motherfucker went 28 of 42 for 371yds,   8.8yds per attempt with 2 TDs with no INTs. This loss ain't on Allen. Enos can coach a QB up.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: SunshineSweaterman on September 25, 2016, 12:32:11 AM
These were his numbers tonight.
#8 Austin Allen

Sep 24
CMP   28   for 42
CMP%   66.7   PaYd   371
YPA   8.83   PaTD   2
INT   0

Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: mde114 on September 25, 2016, 01:12:22 AM
How long before AA goes Matt Jones and starts saying in the huddle, "No, we're not gonna run that, we're gonna run this"?

Can't be soon enough!


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Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Buffinator on September 25, 2016, 01:18:05 AM
Those stats were skewed by the end of game prayers.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Cerdo on September 25, 2016, 08:55:57 AM
I'm starting to agree with the people who say that we need to throw the ball a LOT more this year instead of trying to stick with Bielema's traditional philosophies. 

Allen is money on a bunch of his throws and we have two young RBs that are still learning how to run hard while having a really strong set of senior WRs like Hatcher and Morgan.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Animal on September 25, 2016, 09:05:54 AM
I think the trick to that is protection. We can't have our guy get killed on every throw. Still a lot of season to go.

Somehow some way we need to take advantage of teams stunting us all the damn time because they know they can run right by our tackles or between our guards.

We need a TE or someone getting short yardage passes. Slants or whatever. Perhaps AA isn't making the adjustments or isn't yet allowed to...

Fundamentally in every way imaginable we should have been able to run between the tackles against those guys and just couldn't last night...they were fast and hungry and we were awfully predictable.

They unmanned us like way too many times. This one is going to stick with these guys.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: The Red Death on September 25, 2016, 09:20:42 AM
Motherfucker went 28 of 42 for 371yds,   8.8yds per attempt with 2 TDs with no INTs. This loss ain't on Allen. Enos can coach a QB up.

BS on Enos.  He isn't special.  The kid Allen is special, Enos and Bert should be kneeling down in front of old man Allen trying to get another sample to make another school record setting QB.

Basically Allen is a la Matt Jones with Nutt a la Bielema.  You know great player who overcomes obvious coaching flaws and talent holes everywhere to give us a shot.  Bert is lucky to fall face first into the 2 Allens at QB.

All I had to see last night was Austin come off the field yelling at Enos and those band of incompetents on our coaching staff.  They should run bleachers but probably couldn't even make it past section 4.
 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Tonic on September 25, 2016, 12:12:35 PM
BS on Enos.  He isn't special.  The kid Allen is special, Enos and Bert should be kneeling down in front of old man Allen trying to get another sample to make another school record setting QB.

Basically Allen is a la Matt Jones with Nutt a la Bielema.  You know great player who overcomes obvious coaching flaws and talent holes everywhere to give us a shot.  Bert is lucky to fall face first into the 2 Allens at QB.

All I had to see last night was Austin come off the field yelling at Enos and those band of incompetents on our coaching staff.  They should run bleachers but probably couldn't even make it past section 4.
 

You're full of it, Brandon Allen looked like a chump before Enos showed up. Enos can coach, a loss to A&M doesn't change that fact.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Nolapigz on September 25, 2016, 12:15:50 PM
You're full of it, Brandon Allen looked like a chump before Enos showed up. Enos can coach, a loss to A&M doesn't change that fact.
All of this.  Play calling was fine last night, considering the fact that Austin was practically getting killed every time he dropped back.  Playing catchup against that pass rush is a bad situation for an offense to find themselves in.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Aporkalypse_Now on September 25, 2016, 02:31:40 PM
All of this.  Play calling was fine last night, considering the fact that Austin was practically getting killed every time he dropped back.  Playing catchup against that pass rush is a bad situation for an offense to find themselves in.

Disagree.

Every 1st down I knew we were going to run, mostly likely for no or minimal gain, and every 3rd down we were in 3rd and long and we'd have an obvious passing down  where Allen had to take enormous pressure and deliver a strike.  This was especially true the 2nd half.  That put ENORMOUS pressure on Allen and somehow he kept delivering over and over.  We were completely predictable.

I'm not sure Bielema wasn't driving this instead of Enos, though.  We've seen Enos call a wide open game before.

Goal line playcalling was terrible and predictable.

Enos and Bielema always say they take what the defense gives you. Last night we didn't, we forced a running game that wasn't working and avoided our passing game which was working consistently when we need it to break a tie and then to come from behind.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Nolapigz on September 25, 2016, 02:36:42 PM
Disagree.

Every 1st down I knew we were going to run, mostly likely for no or minimal gain, and every 3rd down we were in 3rd and long and we'd have an obvious passing down  where Allen had to take enormous pressure and deliver a strike.  This was especially true the 2nd half.  That put ENORMOUS pressure on Allen and somehow he kept delivering over and over.  We were completely predictable.

I'm not sure Bielema wasn't driving this instead of Enos, though.  We've seen Enos call a wide open game before.

Goal line playcalling was terrible and predictable.

Enos and Bielema always say they take what the defense gives you. Last night we didn't, we forced a running game that wasn't working and avoided our passing game which was working consistently when we need it to break a tie and then to come from behind.
But with the way Austin was getting knocked around, I understand wanting to maintain rushing attempts.  The wrinkle I wouldn't have minded seeing is a draw or middle screen, something to take advantage of aTm's aggressiveness on D.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: authorhawgerelli on September 25, 2016, 02:43:57 PM
By the way, AA wasn't yelling at Enos. He was yelling at the GA for not repeating the call more than once.  He was probably seeing double in the second half. AA would take 10 bullets for Enos, jump on live grenades before he yelled at Enos.

If I was the coach, AA wouldn't play against Alcorn unless we were to drop behind by 2 TDs. Let Stotey get some game experience and let AA heal up. AA would probably volunteer to play right tackle.  Lord knows he would do better than what happened at that position last night.

I wasn't happy with some of the calls at the goal line, but I'm not at practice every day. Enos made the call he thinks we could come closer to executing. You jackasses who know better how to call scoring plays need to quit your jobs at McDonalds and get a job as an OC. It's easier than washing out the soda  machine.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Clark on September 25, 2016, 02:56:31 PM
By the way, AA wasn't yelling at Enos. He was yelling at the GA for not repeating the call more than once.  He was probably seeing double in the second half. AA would take 10 bullets for Enos, jump on live grenades before he yelled at Enos.

If I was the coach, AA wouldn't play against Alcorn unless we were to drop behind by 2 TDs. Let Stotey get some game experience and let AA heal up. AA would probably volunteer to play right tackle.  Lord knows he would do better than what happened at that position last night.

I wasn't happy with some of the calls at the goal line, but I'm not at practice every day. Enos made the call he thinks we could come closer to executing. You jackasses who know better how to call scoring plays need to quit your jobs at McDonalds and get a job as an OC. It's easier than washing out the soda  machine.
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Nobody washes out the soda machine. Ever.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: authorhawgerelli on September 25, 2016, 03:19:10 PM
By the way, AA wasn't yelling at Enos. He was yelling at the GA for not repeating the call more than once.  He was probably seeing double in the second half. AA would take 10 bullets for Enos, jump on live grenades before he yelled at Enos.

If I was the coach, AA wouldn't play against Alcorn unless we were to drop behind by 2 TDs. Let Stotey get some game experience and let AA heal up. AA would probably volunteer to play right tackle.  Lord knows he would do better than what happened at that position last night.

I wasn't happy with some of the calls at the goal line, but I'm not at practice every day. Enos made the call he thinks we could come closer to executing. You jackasses who know better how to call scoring plays need to quit your jobs at McDonalds and get a job as an OC. It's easier than washing out the soda  machine.
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Come on, bruh.










Nobody washes out the soda machine. Ever.

I once almost cleaned out the coffee pot when I was working at PDQ at Russellville. Then I remembered the hot water killed the germs, and I don't drink coffee. Hope nobody died in the 2 years before I graduated to OC of the 5th grade Sand Lizards.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Aporkalypse_Now on September 25, 2016, 03:30:51 PM
But with the way Austin was getting knocked around, I understand wanting to maintain rushing attempts.  The wrinkle I wouldn't have minded seeing is a draw or middle screen, something to take advantage of aTm's aggressiveness on D.

Agree, we couldn't give up on the run, but I would've rather have seen a mix.  Pass more on 1st, run some draws on 3rd.  Try to be unpredictable.  One thing you don't want to do against an aggressive defense like aTm is give them obvious passing or running downs, they will blow that stuff up.  And they did.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Arkansas Proud on September 25, 2016, 05:25:14 PM
Allen played far better than even his stats suggested last night. Helluva game.

Gotta wonder though. If he could complete passes at the end of the game when everyone KNEW he was throwing, why didn't we give him a chance to throw it in from the one.

Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Razor B on September 25, 2016, 05:39:44 PM
I'm a big Enos fan but last night was very questionable. I don't think they realized A&M would stack the box all night.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: The Whyte Boar on September 25, 2016, 05:40:56 PM
Allen played far better than even his stats suggested last night. Helluva game.

Gotta wonder though. If he could complete passes at the end of the game when everyone KNEW he was throwing, why didn't we give him a chance to throw it in from the one.

Throwing for the one is not real American football. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Mike Slive on September 25, 2016, 05:48:34 PM
I wanted to see AA throw down on the goal line as well but today alone, I've seen multiple NFL coordinators call the same shit Enos did. Maybe it's like, ummm hard and stuff when you have no room. And I am always of the belief that if you can't punch it in running the ball from the 1, you don't deserve to win. We did not deserve to win last night and I'm not sure a few different play calls would change the outcome from a L to a W, may have made it a closer score but who fucking cares about that.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: cotte on September 25, 2016, 05:50:09 PM
I'm a big Enos fan but last night was very questionable. I don't think they realized A&M would stack the box all night.

I'm a big fan as well. But, I don't care if they didn't realize beforehand that they would or not - its called midgame adjustments.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: HogofWar on September 25, 2016, 06:05:12 PM
I'm a big fan as well. But, I don't care if they didn't realize beforehand that they would or not - its called midgame adjustments.
This. I have heard it before that unless Bret is leading, he does not or cannot make adjustments to win from behind.

Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Mike Slive on September 25, 2016, 06:18:09 PM
This. I have heard it before that unless Bret is leading, he does not or cannot make adjustments to win from behind.

I thought I heard the Hogs have trailed in 2 4th qtrs this year alone and won? We need to have the guys we are hearing things from have a talk.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: HogofWar on September 25, 2016, 06:20:38 PM
I thought I heard the Hogs have trailed in 2 4th qtrs this year alone and won? We need to have the guys we are hearing things from have a talk.
You have got me there.

At least one of those games that we were already leading and he almost blew it
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: REDHEAD on September 25, 2016, 06:23:23 PM
I thought I heard the Hogs have trailed in 2 4th qtrs this year alone and won? We need to have the guys we are hearing things from have a talk.

:maundoed:
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Aporkalypse_Now on September 26, 2016, 01:14:48 AM
I never would've said this before the season but I expect Austin Allen to be playing on Sundays while HIll and Knight are selling cars.

He's got "it"  Moreso than his brother.  He's smart and accurate and has guts, but he also has that intangible that his brother didn't have until the end of his career.  He will find you a way to win.  I think he was livid he didn't get a good chance to Saturday, he wants to strap the team on his shoulders and win with them.

Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Animal on September 26, 2016, 06:48:00 AM
I never would've said this before the season but I expect Austin Allen to be playing on Sundays while HIll and Knight are selling cars.

He's got "it"  Moreso than his brother.  He's smart and accurate and has guts, but he also has that intangible that his brother didn't have until the end of his career.  He will find you a way to win.  I think he was livid he didn't get a good chance to Saturday, he wants to strap the team on his shoulders and win with them.

I agree he was one of the few that looked displeased to be losing. I'm glad he's showing that emotion, it mean he knows it's his team. Several others were too busy looking around the stadium.

As for his pro potential. I'm not sold yet but he's certainly showing he's got guts and accuracy. I'm thinking he's shorter than his listed height. Like Chase Daniel short. AA will show a command of this offense like we haven't seen by this time next season (provided Enos doesn't take a new gig)
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Cerdo on September 26, 2016, 08:07:16 AM
Agree on the posts above.   People who have watched a lot of FHS football said as much about Austin and the "it" factor and the way he is way more aggressive.    I think he posts on here.... but I can recall Boy Named Sue E. saying this forever and I had heard enough other people say it as well. 

I think we have a winner QB on our hands who wants to get after it and I think Bret probably needs to kind of turn him loose some.  I also think he's shorter than his listed height. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Arkansas Proud on September 26, 2016, 10:26:33 AM
I never would've said this before the season but I expect Austin Allen to be playing on Sundays while HIll and Knight are selling cars.

He's got "it"  Moreso than his brother.  He's smart and accurate and has guts, but he also has that intangible that his brother didn't have until the end of his career.  He will find you a way to win.  I think he was livid he didn't get a good chance to Saturday, he wants to strap the team on his shoulders and win with them.

He threw a lot of passes last night where he had to hang in until the last second, and they were all impressive.  But the one he threw 40 yards in the air across the field to Morgan, where he dropped it in between a CB and the safety, that was an NFL throw.  I think it was in the 4th quarter at some point.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: The Reverend Snoophogg on September 26, 2016, 09:47:41 PM
I never would've said this before the season but I expect Austin Allen to be playing on Sundays while HIll and Knight are selling cars.

He's got "it"  Moreso than his brother.  He's smart and accurate and has guts, but he also has that intangible that his brother didn't have until the end of his career.  He will find you a way to win.  I think he was livid he didn't get a good chance to Saturday, he wants to strap the team on his shoulders and win with them.

He's tougher than a honey badger's taint.  That much is certain.

He got up a couple times popping his shoulder back in socket or looking through the ear hole in his helmet, and he just kept on going.

He's smart.  He's accurate.  That team believes in him. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: The Whyte Boar on September 26, 2016, 10:42:09 PM
If they will quit with all this Bertball shit and just put the team and the program on this kid's shoulders, he will deliver.  He is a gunslinger with an attitude.  He is your 30 points a game three ball shooter with ice in his veins.  Feed him the rock and let him do his thing.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Sweet River Baines on September 27, 2016, 12:18:29 PM
https://www.saturdaydownsouth.com/sec-football/pff-ranks-chad-kelly-as-second-best-qb-in-sec/

Guess who's #1?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Fairweather Hog Fan on September 27, 2016, 01:19:47 PM
https://www.saturdaydownsouth.com/sec-football/pff-ranks-chad-kelly-as-second-best-qb-in-sec/

Guess who's #1?

Yeah but Drivetime callers can't see that link.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: BASS on September 27, 2016, 02:16:16 PM
https://www.saturdaydownsouth.com/sec-football/pff-ranks-chad-kelly-as-second-best-qb-in-sec/

Guess who's #1?

damn.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: authorhawgerelli on September 27, 2016, 02:45:07 PM
Should the next to impossible happen, and we beat the Bammers, Austin Allen would replace Chuck Norris as the all time badass in the universe (in Arkansas and some of the SEC at least).
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: The Reverend Snoophogg on September 28, 2016, 09:06:33 AM
damn.

Yeah.  I heard some talking head yesterday at some point in my hours-long journey say that he is the 5th or 6th best in the country.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: The Whyte Boar on September 28, 2016, 10:29:23 AM
Our QB is our best player by far and receiver is our best position by far.  Prepare a game plan accordingly, Bert.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Mike Slive on September 28, 2016, 11:06:43 AM
Our QB is our best player by far and receiver is our best position by far.  Prepare a game plan accordingly, Bert.

And our weakness is the oline so yea Bert, get your best player kilt.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Buffinator on September 28, 2016, 11:08:01 AM
Our QB is our best player by far and receiver is our best position by far.  Prepare a game plan accordingly, Bert.

We gonna run.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: The Whyte Boar on September 28, 2016, 11:26:25 AM
And our weakness is the oline so yea Bert, get your best player kilt.

Yeah, Skip Holtz is able to implement a game plan to keep his backup QB from getting killed but it beyond Bert and crew.  You're right.  We need to run more into eight and nine man fronts.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Animal on September 28, 2016, 11:37:48 AM
We should go four and five wide and make other teams cover us and then of course do some run stuff. We can't block because our guys aren't picking up the stunts and so forth. We have guys giving up one and one as well but I kind of think that would go away if we weren't dealing a packed box.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: ArkGuy on September 28, 2016, 11:59:03 AM
From the QB article linked above:

[Allen] has been under pressure on 40 percent of his dropbacks, the second-highest rate in the nation, and 63.3 percent of his passing yards have come in the air – the fifth-highest rate in the nation, and a sign that he isn’t just racking up stats with short throws that produce big gains after the catch. (emphasis added)
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: HRC on September 28, 2016, 12:01:01 PM
Yeah, Skip Holtz is able to implement a game plan to keep his backup QB from getting killed but it beyond Bert and crew.  You're right.  We need to run more into eight and nine man fronts.

Didn't his QB get kilt by us?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: The Whyte Boar on September 28, 2016, 12:17:35 PM
Didn't his QB get kilt by us?

Not until they damned near beat us with an inferior team.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: HRC on September 28, 2016, 12:23:21 PM
Not until they damned near beat us with an inferior team.

I don't disagree with that but your argument should be amended. We knocked their QB out of the our game, late, and the next game.

Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: notaslibro on September 28, 2016, 12:44:32 PM
Not until they damned near beat us with an inferior team.

Thank God for Tejada.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: MDEM on September 28, 2016, 03:37:36 PM
We knocked their QB out of the our game, late, and the next game.

You're talking to Whyte Boar.  Facts got nothing do with it.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Aporkalypse_Now on September 28, 2016, 04:07:55 PM
From the QB article linked above:

[Allen] has been under pressure on 40 percent of his dropbacks, the second-highest rate in the nation, and 63.3 percent of his passing yards have come in the air – the fifth-highest rate in the nation, and a sign that he isn’t just racking up stats with short throws that produce big gains after the catch. (emphasis added)

Part of this is no doubt predictability of playcalling.  When you're not running well on 1st and 2nd down and consistently getting in 3rd and longs where your QB has to make a play, he's going to take a lot of hits.  That last game I would bet 75% of the time he took hard hits it was on 3rd and 8 or more.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: big_pig on September 28, 2016, 04:14:48 PM
Part of this is no doubt predictability of playcalling. 

run on first down
play action on second down

if third and long, shotgun pass
if third and medium, straight drop pass
if third and short, run

Enos is usually (goal line vs A&M not withstanding) great at calling the right plays; we almost always seem to have someone open. Our WR routes are Petrino-level sharp. But the actual formula of them is very predictable.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: The Whyte Boar on September 28, 2016, 04:21:35 PM
You're talking to Whyte Boar.  Facts got nothing do with it.

All hail Bert.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Arkansas Proud on September 28, 2016, 04:41:20 PM
From the QB article linked above:

[Allen] has been under pressure on 40 percent of his dropbacks, the second-highest rate in the nation, and 63.3 percent of his passing yards have come in the air – the fifth-highest rate in the nation, and a sign that he isn’t just racking up stats with short throws that produce big gains after the catch. (emphasis added)

This is really impressive.  Honestly, over a full season it would be AA worthy.  Don't worry, I'm not getting ahead of myself. 

If you read it the other way, it means we're not getting many yards after the catch.  I've seen our WR's get every yard they can after the catch, and they're pretty good at it - Morgan and Cornelius especially.  You don't really see them ever step out of bounds.  I saw Kirk do it, Seals-Jones do it, I see guys on a weekly basis do that.  Cornelius could have done it on the 25 or 30 the time he ended up inside the 10, but he did a masterful job of staying inbounds.

Anyway, it just makes what Allen has done more impressive.  He hasn't gotten the YAC that his brother did throwing to Reed in a few games last year.  Good news is, we didn't get him really involved until about game 5 last year so there's still time.  :)



Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: big_pig on October 01, 2016, 02:54:06 PM
 Razorback Football ✔ @RazorbackFB

Allen becomes the first QB to toss multiple TD passes in each of the first 5 games of a season for Arkansas since it joined the SEC in '92.
11:42 AM - 1 Oct 2016
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Arkansas Proud on October 02, 2016, 12:03:22 AM
Razorback Football ✔ @RazorbackFB

Allen becomes the first QB to toss multiple TD passes in each of the first 5 games of a season for Arkansas since it joined the SEC in '92.
11:42 AM - 1 Oct 2016

A ha!  That's why he was in when it was 38-10 and out of reach.

I'd bet this streak doesn't continue next week, but it will need to if we have any chance of winning.  I really, really hope Bert realizes that you HAVE to throw the ball to beat Bama.  Nobody beats them 17-14 in a slugfest other than LSU (and yes, I was at the 2014 game).  The good teams that beat them throw the ball now.  Or at least throw to set up the run.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Aporkalypse_Now on October 02, 2016, 12:17:18 AM
A ha!  That's why he was in when it was 38-10 and out of reach.

I'd bet this streak doesn't continue next week, but it will need to if we have any chance of winning.  I really, really hope Bert realizes that you HAVE to throw the ball to beat Bama.  Nobody beats them 17-14 in a slugfest other than LSU (and yes, I was at the 2014 game).  The good teams that beat them throw the ball now.  Or at least throw to set up the run.

We have two position groups that are head and shoulders above our competition most games - Allen and a great WR corps.  Our only chance against a team like Bama is to use them.  Running should be to keep them honest, we aren't going to wear Bama down.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: GolfingHog on October 02, 2016, 12:53:20 AM
We have two position groups that are head and shoulders above our competition most games - Allen and a great WR corps.  Our only chance against a team like Bama is to use them.  Running should be to keep them honest, we aren't going to wear Bama down.

I agree for the most part, but the receivers are not at the level they were last year...yet. We're missing the deep threat of Reed and he seems stuck in the twilight zone. I definitely think we should throw to set up the run next week.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Aporkalypse_Now on October 02, 2016, 10:14:08 AM
I agree for the most part, but the receivers are not at the level they were last year...yet. We're missing the deep threat of Reed and he seems stuck in the twilight zone. I definitely think we should throw to set up the run next week.

Having Hatcher back gives us a big advantage.  He and Morgan are both outstanding and tough for corners to handle one on one and that lets you match Cornelius against a SS/LB in the slot and he's awful fast to have to cover.

Reed's failure to develop sucks, I agree.  If he were what he is capable of being we'd be so much better.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Arkansas Proud on October 02, 2016, 10:39:47 AM
Having Hatcher back gives us a big advantage.  He and Morgan are both outstanding and tough for corners to handle one on one and that lets you match Cornelius against a SS/LB in the slot and he's awful fast to have to cover.

Reed's failure to develop sucks, I agree.  If he were what he is capable of being we'd be so much better.

Cornelius has turned into a stud. Some of his catches against A&M were incredible.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: authorhawgerelli on October 03, 2016, 08:37:56 AM
Not to start a "I wish we would win a national championship instead of having a bunch of "good kids" kind of discussion," but I really appreciate this kind of stuff.  Although I usually am able to spend all day cruising the internets, this is all I saw.  I watched the video yesterday, can't find it now.  AA and a couple of the other guys had a sweet conversation with Keagan about superheroes.  My frien that saw this take place in person said Coach B used this encounter in the team meeting, and got very emotional pointing out to the guys they need to understand how blessed they are, and to take advantage of what they have.  Keagan has had 14 major operations so far to deal with his cancer. 

(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CtzUCK1WIAUPMet.jpg)
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: SoldierSooie on October 03, 2016, 09:53:07 AM
Not to start a "I wish we would win a national championship instead of having a bunch of "good kids" kind of discussion," but I really appreciate this kind of stuff.  Although I usually am able to spend all day cruising the internets, this is all I saw.  I watched the video yesterday, can't find it now.  AA and a couple of the other guys had a sweet conversation with Keagan about superheroes.  My frien that saw this take place in person said Coach B used this encounter in the team meeting, and got very emotional pointing out to the guys they need to understand how blessed they are, and to take advantage of what they have.  Keagan has had 14 major operations so far to deal with his cancer. 

(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CtzUCK1WIAUPMet.jpg)

My gf is a nurse at Children's and knows this kid. An amazing little guy. There's a video out there of him meeting the players and BB before the picture was taken. Awesome to watch.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: authorhawgerelli on October 03, 2016, 11:47:50 AM
My gf is a nurse at Children's and knows this kid. An amazing little guy. There's a video out there of him meeting the players and BB before the picture was taken. Awesome to watch.

They pulled the video.  I'm assuming the NCAA may have guidelines, or the family pulled the video.  No clue why.  Brooks Ellis, Austin Allen, Kody Walker, and Dan Skipper visit with him.  Skipper gives him "knucks" and Keagen makes him do it again because he forgot to "blow it up."  He tells Austin and Brooks his favorite superhero is Ironman because  (as he holds his open palms up) "he can zap people." 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Arkansas Proud on October 03, 2016, 12:01:12 PM
"I wish we would win a national championship instead of having a bunch of "good kids" kind of discussion,"

These aren't mutually exclusive.  I'm sure you know that, though.

I'm fine with starting with the good kids and moving towards the national championship.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Razor B on October 03, 2016, 12:27:37 PM
They pulled the video.  I'm assuming the NCAA may have guidelines, or the family pulled the video.  No clue why.  Brooks Ellis, Austin Allen, Kody Walker, and Dan Skipper visit with him.  Skipper gives him "knucks" and Keagen makes him do it again because he forgot to "blow it up."  He tells Austin and Brooks his favorite superhero is Ironman because  (as he holds his open palms up) "he can zap people."

Maybe ESPN pulled it so they can use as a story on Gameday or during the game Saturday.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: authorhawgerelli on October 03, 2016, 12:48:01 PM
Maybe ESPN pulled it so they can use as a story on Gameday or during the game Saturday.

That would be awesome.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: authorhawgerelli on October 03, 2016, 05:33:38 PM
http://www.saturdaydownsouth.com/arkansas-football/video-arkansas-players-coaches-bond-with-young-cancer-patient/
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Das Uberschwein on October 08, 2016, 10:40:51 PM
AA is a tough motherfucker. That's all.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: upine on October 09, 2016, 06:56:03 PM
Imagine what it would be like without Austin.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: cotte on October 09, 2016, 06:59:33 PM
Imagine what it would be like without Austin.

That's the dumbest logic evar.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Razor B on October 09, 2016, 08:08:34 PM
Imagine what it would be like without Austin.

It'd be great.  No Longhorns.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: upine on October 09, 2016, 08:58:12 PM
That's the dumbest logic evar.

You missed my gist: we would be a lot worse without him, not better without him. We need Allen to stay healthy.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: big_pig on October 09, 2016, 09:45:05 PM
It'd be great.  No Longhorns.

strong
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Doc on October 09, 2016, 11:09:30 PM
Imagine what it would be like without Austin.
A shit storm of epic proportions. The Allen brothers may be the only thing that is keeping Bret his job.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: notaslibro on October 10, 2016, 07:16:57 AM
It's hilarious now to see all the praise for the Allen brothers. Especially when they're held up as Bert's crutches.  A year ago Bert was an idiot for playing BA. Six months ago he was a fool for not "opening up competition" for the QB spot.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Mr A Ziffell on October 10, 2016, 07:23:52 AM
It's hilarious now to see all the praise for the Allen brothers. Especially when they're held up as Bert's crutches.  A year ago Bert was an idiot for playing BA. Six months ago he was a fool for not "opening up competition" for the QB spot.

Football teams hafta make adjustments at halftime every game. As true fans, they're just doing the same thing.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Arkansas Proud on October 10, 2016, 09:50:05 AM
On SEC Now "What did we learn" section, Marcus Spears said AA is becoming his favorite player to watch in the league.  Stinch agreed.

Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: The Whyte Boar on October 10, 2016, 10:01:35 AM
The QB at Louisville is the only QB in the country that I would take over AA.  He is that good. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: MDEM on October 10, 2016, 11:56:46 AM
It'd be great.  No Longhorns.

 :maundoed:   :thumbup: :thumbup:
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: SunshineSweaterman on October 12, 2016, 05:56:30 PM
http://www.arkansasrazorbacks.com/allen-added-to-manning-award-watch-list/
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Mike Slive on October 12, 2016, 06:15:44 PM
http://www.arkansasrazorbacks.com/allen-added-to-manning-award-watch-list/

Lou Holtz, Mark May, you better put him in the Heisman. This is a football player right here.

Edited - Was AA's beat down worse than Tyler's was against Bama? I'll hang up and listen. I do think AA played one hell of a ballgame given the situation.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: The Whyte Boar on October 12, 2016, 06:24:40 PM
Lou Holtz, Mark May, you better put him in the Heisman. This is a football player right here.

Edited - Was AA's beat down worse than Tyler's was against Bama? I'll hang up and listen. I do think AA played one hell of a ballgame given the situation.
.

Cumulatively it might have been.  But I don't remember AA coming up looking out his ear hole like Tyler did a time or two.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: The Reverend Snoophogg on October 12, 2016, 07:51:22 PM
.

Cumulatively it might have been.  But I don't remember AA coming up looking out his ear hole like Tyler did a time or two.

I did see him face down on the turf and Skipper picked him up by his belt and the back of his shoulder pads like you or I would pick up a midget for a good tossing...stood him right up like he was a little kid.  AA is tough as fuck, and Skipper is strong.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: FNG on October 12, 2016, 08:24:14 PM
I did see him face down on the turf and Skipper picked him up by his belt and the back of his shoulder pads like you or I would pick up a midget for a good tossing...stood him right up like he was a little kid.  AA is tough as fuck, and Skipper is strong.
You must have some fancy midgets; none of mine have shoulder pads.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: mde114 on October 12, 2016, 09:48:47 PM
It was a bad beat down but I'd still say Tyler Wilson caught more hell. That game was uncomfortable to watch.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Razor B on October 13, 2016, 11:00:23 AM
The refs allowed Bama to hit Wilson well after passes were thrown with no flag whatsoever.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: goporkyourself on October 13, 2016, 12:32:11 PM
i pretty sure Hightower got tyler on a dead run helmet to helmet a couple times.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Merle_Hoggard on October 13, 2016, 01:02:26 PM
The refs allowed Bama to hit Wilson well after passes were thrown with no flag whatsoever.

And Wilson took several helmet spears to the chin as well.  AA was comparatively loved to the ground. :beer:
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: allswell on October 13, 2016, 04:49:34 PM
Lou Holtz, Mark May, you better put him in the Heisman. This is a football player right here.

Edited - Was AA's beat down worse than Tyler's was against Bama? I'll hang up and listen. I do think AA played one hell of a ballgame given the situation.

tyler wilson took one of the worst beatings ever administered in ncaa football history that day - it was fucking brutal.  but when you're one dimensional like tyler- all arm and no wheels, - those daze are inevitable, unless your dan marino. ever watch wilson run to the sidelines during a timeout or between quarters? looked like jack tripper chasing down a fly ball in short right field for the regal beagle in the restaurant, softball league back in the day. talk about leadfree loafers.

allen, on the other hand, always seems to evade direct hits, due to his uber athleticism and jedi mind skills. you know why you don't see him looking out his earhole, ever?cuz the motherfucker's a playmaka to the core and is already 10 times the qb wilson ever was. oh, and he may even have a better arm, certainly on par. if it weren't for allen, bert's big ass would currently be on the big ass hot seat - fosho.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Hogwildpigcrazy on October 14, 2016, 08:57:00 PM
I thought Tyler looked very fast, quick and agile after watching Mallet.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Show-Me Hog on October 16, 2016, 06:55:47 PM
My stats show I've started 264 threads in my years on woopig.  Clearly, in terms of quality, this thread is 264th.  Whatever I thought I was seeing against Louisiana Tech either was wrong, or hasn't been repeated. Austin is a fucking baller.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: HRC on October 16, 2016, 07:06:55 PM
My stats show I've started 264 threads in my years on woopig.  Clearly, in terms of quality, this thread is 264th.  Whatever I thought I was seeing against Louisiana Tech either was wrong, or hasn't been repeated. Austin is a fucking baller.

I don't think simple repentance is enough. You hated AA enough to start a thread, not just comment on an existing thread, about how fucking horrible he was. You fucking crucified him, unjustifiably, then crawfished (repeatedly) after his continued great performances. I would hope that this would help someone in the future calm their jets on their hot sports opinions. Sadly, none of this will happen.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Show-Me Hog on October 16, 2016, 07:19:03 PM
I don't think simple repentance is enough. You hated AA enough to start a thread, not just comment on an existing thread, about how fucking horrible he was. You fucking crucified him, unjustifiably, then crawfished (repeatedly) after his continued great performances. I would hope that this would help someone in the future calm their jets on their hot sports opinions. Sadly, none of this will happen.

Can I send you a finger or something? Just a pinkie.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: MDEM on October 16, 2016, 07:19:49 PM
It was the freshman La Tech's first start, too. First action. Freshman.

I'd trade right now.  WITH LOUISIANA FUCKING TECH.

With QBs, I think that saying always applies, if the dog's gonna bite, he'll do it as a pup.

Not sure I'm done beating on you, just yet.   :D
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool
Post by: Show-Me Hog on October 16, 2016, 07:21:27 PM
Not sure I'm done beating on you, just yet.   :D

You can have my other pinkie. That's where I'm drawing the line, though.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: HRC on October 16, 2016, 07:26:43 PM
Can I send you a finger or something? Just a pinkie.

A heart-shaped bottled of bourbon would work.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Tusk till Dawn on October 16, 2016, 07:47:20 PM
I think everybody knows what needs to happen here. Cock slammed in screen door threve times.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: IH8LSU on October 16, 2016, 08:32:20 PM
Stick it in Crapola Crapola if you want, but I want to be that internet asshole who is first to go dark side on something.  He fucking sucks. Surely we have someone better than this.

A QB who can't run, or pass with zip, or think quickly on his feet, or scramble is realllllllly not optimal for the SEC.
No need for violence. Just read this post of yours out loud 3 times at the next Hogs game.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Arkansas Proud on October 16, 2016, 08:49:31 PM
I don't think simple repentance is enough. You hated AA enough to start a thread, not just comment on an existing thread, about how fucking horrible he was. You fucking crucified him, unjustifiably, then crawfished (repeatedly) after his continued great performances. I would hope that this would help someone in the future calm their jets on their hot sports opinions. Sadly, none of this will happen.

Worse than all that, he watched the game on tv. Nobody that watches on tv is allowed to comment.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: JoeBobHog on October 16, 2016, 09:06:46 PM


A QB who can't pass with zip,

how far did he throw it on the last play of the first half?



 :notexas:
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Too Big Pig on October 16, 2016, 09:08:35 PM
how far did he throw it on the last play of the first half?



 :notexas:

Well to be honest, about 5 yards less than he needed to. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: JoeBobHog on October 16, 2016, 09:12:34 PM
way farther than I thought he could.



 :notexas:
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Filthy_McSwine on October 16, 2016, 09:51:33 PM
Well to be honest, about 5 yards less than he needed to.

I fully expected us to catch it on the 1 yard line.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: The Reverend Snoophogg on October 16, 2016, 10:07:14 PM
how far did he throw it on the last play of the first half?



 :notexas:

Did they say on TV or anything?  I swear it looked like 75-80 fucking yards..but I was drunk and suffering from altitude sickness.

On a brighter note, this was my view every time I sat down.  Sorry if this is someone's daughter....but if so...your daughter has a great ass...and either I was hallucinating or her shorts were bedazzlelized.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Show-Me Hog on October 16, 2016, 10:12:38 PM
Worse than all that, he watched the game on tv. Nobody that watches on tv is allowed to comment.

Well actually, no.  I went to the La Tech game.

Still, that first post is embarrassing.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Arkansas Proud on October 16, 2016, 10:25:28 PM
Well actually, no.  I went to the La Tech game.

Still, that first post is embarrassing.

Remember who was commenting though.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Show-Me Hog on October 16, 2016, 10:31:33 PM
Remember who was commenting though.

Well I'm lost then.  When you say "he watched on TV," who are you talking about?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Thin Red Swine on October 17, 2016, 07:28:16 AM
Did they say on TV or anything?  I swear it looked like 75-80 fucking yards..but I was drunk and suffering from altitude sickness.

On a brighter note, this was my view every time I sat down.  Sorry if this is someone's daughter....but if so...your daughter has a great ass...and either I was hallucinating or her shorts were bedazzlelized.

Were your seats on the moon?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: goporkyourself on October 17, 2016, 07:38:47 AM
Did they say on TV or anything?  I swear it looked like 75-80 fucking yards..but I was drunk and suffering from altitude sickness.

On a brighter note, this was my view every time I sat down.  Sorry if this is someone's daughter....but if so...your daughter has a great ass...and either I was hallucinating or her shorts were bedazzlelized.

that old lady hand is terrifying.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: HRC on October 17, 2016, 07:47:30 AM
Well I'm lost then.  When you say "he watched on TV," who are you talking about?

He's talking about me and my defense of attending fans by those who complain about the crowd sucking. I've gotten some beatdowns because of it  :tiw:
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Rick B. on October 17, 2016, 08:02:08 AM
He's talking about me and my defense of attending fans by those who complain about the crowd sucking. I've gotten some beatdowns because of it  :tiw:
Agreed.  Cheap ass bastards who can't put their asses in a seat have no business bitching about crowd noise.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: notaslibro on October 17, 2016, 09:05:24 AM
Agreed.  Cheap ass bastards who can't put their asses in a seat have no business bitching about crowd noise.

Hey, we don't all make nucular engineer money around here, pal.  You sit up there in your fancy split-level home eating your three-eyed fish dinners and look down on us like you're better than us somehow.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: The Reverend Snoophogg on October 17, 2016, 09:16:16 AM
Were your seats on the moon?

The dark side of...

At least it felt that way.  Funny thing is, they were the exact same seats I sat in September 8or9...2001 against Tennessee....the lightning and thunderbolts game...
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: cotte on October 17, 2016, 09:17:33 AM
Hey, we don't all make nucular engineer money around here, pal.  You sit up there in your fancy split-level home eating your three-eyed fish dinners and look down on us like you're better than us somehow.

New-kley-ear, buddy.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: notaslibro on October 17, 2016, 09:19:32 AM
New-kley-ear, buddy.

That's what I said.  Nucular.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Razor B on October 17, 2016, 09:34:00 AM
He's talking about me and my defense of attending fans by those who complain about the crowd sucking. I've gotten some beatdowns because of it  :tiw:

You even cussed at me.  I thought I was at Thanksgiving Dinner.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: HRC on October 17, 2016, 11:41:17 AM
You even cussed at me.  I thought I was at Thanksgiving Dinner.

 :maundoed:

I was having a bad day or year or century.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Rick B. on October 17, 2016, 11:57:11 AM
Hey, we don't all make nucular engineer money around here, pal.  You sit up there in your fancy split-level home eating your three-eyed fish dinners and look down on us like you're better than us somehow.

We are.  Especially HRC and me.  He and I are easily several levels above the rest of you jerkoffs.  I mean, we're almost godlike.  Like Alabama fans. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: authorhawgerelli on October 17, 2016, 12:00:33 PM
The dark side of...

At least it felt that way.  Funny thing is, they were the exact same seats I sat in September 8or9...2001 against Tennessee....the lightning and thunderbolts game...

I have a family member who gets me seats among the players' families.  I sat behind the girlfriend of one of our players.  He's a reserve.  Doesn't play a lot.  His girlfriend is not a reserve.  Since we stood a bunch against the Rebel Bears, and she likes to flip her hair, she touched me several times.  In my mind, I figure she was flirting, but the truth of the matter is instead of never washing her hand again, she probably had it fireblasted after the game.  Sorry, no pictures.  I was in such shock, I couldn't remember how to make my phone camera work.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Son_of_Spam on October 17, 2016, 12:22:51 PM
We are.  Especially HRC and me.  He and I are easily several levels above the rest of you jerkoffs.  I mean, we're almost godlike.  Like Alabama fans.
You're a legend in your own mind...
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Rocket_City_Hawg on October 17, 2016, 12:53:57 PM
We are.  Especially HRC and me.  He and I are easily several levels above the rest of you jerkoffs.  I mean, we're almost godlike.  Like Alabama fans.
Fat, Toothless, and Stupid?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Tampa TechnoHOG on October 17, 2016, 01:08:59 PM
I have a family member who gets me seats among the players' families.  I sat behind the girlfriend of one of our players.  He's a reserve.  Doesn't play a lot.  His girlfriend is not a reserve.  Since we stood a bunch against the Rebel Bears, and she likes to flip her hair, she touched me several times.  In my mind, I figure she was flirting, but the truth of the matter is instead of never washing her hand again, she probably had it fireblasted after the game.  Sorry, no pictures. I was in such shock, I couldn't remember how to make my phone camera work.

Since most phones today are 1 touch to get to the camera function, I'll just assume your's is still a flip.   :azn:

Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Rick B. on October 17, 2016, 01:16:38 PM
Fat, Toothless, and Stupid?
No. Entitled. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: authorhawgerelli on October 17, 2016, 02:27:24 PM
Since most phones today are 1 touch to get to the camera function, I'll just assume your's is still a flip.   :azn:

Might as well be.  It is an iPhone 7+.  I actually took 2 pictures of players warming up.  My real explanation as to why I didn't take the pictures has much more to do with my wife standing next to me during the game.  I didn't want anybody on Woopig to think I was petulantly whipped, but I am, so I just made that up.  Kind of like I tell errbody on here I have a sweet combover, when the truth is I have the ability to have flowing locks of hair, but I buzz it off every 2 or 3 days whether it needs it or not.  I have the latest model of the Flowbee, and it's pretty awesome.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Tonic on October 18, 2016, 11:45:22 AM
https://www.profootballfocus.com/college-top-10-qbs-in-college-football-through-week-7/

7. Austin Allen, Arkansas Razorbacks
Allen won the battle of the two highest-graded SEC quarterbacks Saturday night, as the Razorbacks edged out Ole Miss 34-30 and Allen graded considerably better than the Rebels’ Chad Kelly. Allen ranks third nationally in adjusted completion rate on deep pass attempts, at 51.4 percent, and he has thrived despite being under pressure on a nation-leading 46.7 percent of his dropbacks.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Buffinator on October 18, 2016, 11:55:08 AM
Too low, (also, I'm not allowed within like 50 yards of any school).
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Rick B. on October 18, 2016, 11:58:16 AM
https://www.profootballfocus.com/college-top-10-qbs-in-college-football-through-week-7/

Austin Allen has thrived despite being under pressure on a nation-leading 46.7 percent of his dropbacks.

Got dang!  That's gotta change a little bit going forward.  Or a lot. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Mr A Ziffell on October 18, 2016, 12:09:59 PM
We are.  Especially HRC and me.  He and I are easily several levels above the rest of you jerkoffs.  I mean, we're almost godlike.  Like Alabama fans.

Like looking down on us from your pool deck.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: The Reverend Snoophogg on October 19, 2016, 09:08:41 AM
We are.  Especially HRC and me.  He and I are easily several levels above the rest of you jerkoffs.  I mean, we're almost godlike.  Like Alabama fans.

We humbly bow before you in your shiny white loafers, please have mercy upon our pitiful souls.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Hogeye_Pierce on October 19, 2016, 09:10:12 AM
We humbly bow before you in your shiny white loafers, please have mercy upon our pitiful souls.

Shiny white loafers with JORTS. Don't forget that. ;D
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Rick B. on October 19, 2016, 09:38:38 AM
Shiny white loafers with BEDAZZLED JORTS. Don't forget that. ;D

FIFY.  Oh and all while wearing my Affliction T-shirt. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Clark on October 19, 2016, 11:10:58 PM
We are.  Especially HRC and me.  He and I are easily several levels above the rest of you jerkoffs.  I mean, we're almost godlike.  Like Alabama fans.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Stephen Hawging on October 23, 2016, 12:08:14 PM
So what's the injury update?  I had gotten drunk by the time Austin left the game. 

Also, I'm not sure Ty Storey is cut out for tackle football. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: mde114 on October 23, 2016, 12:10:32 PM
So what's the injury update?  I had gotten drunk by the time Austin left the game. 

Also, I'm not sure Ty Storey is cut out for tackle football.


No kidding. Storey looked scared and helpless out there. He either is no football player or our coaches have done NOTHING  to prepare him for competition.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Arkansas Proud on October 23, 2016, 12:13:58 PM
Nice confidence they show in Storey by running straight into the teeth of the defense the first 5 times he was in the game. Then letting him throw 4 yard passes.

Would have been nice to see a deep ball on the first play. Those are relatively safe, and there's a chance we could have been wide open. Everyone knew where that ball was going.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Stephen Hawging on October 23, 2016, 12:46:43 PM
In my inebriation, that sack of Storey down around the 2-yard line looked bogus.  Did the defensive player actually wrap him up, or did he just anticipate the sack and fall down?  I deleted the game this morning in disgust and now have no way of knowing. 


Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Son_of_Spam on October 23, 2016, 01:01:59 PM
Nice confidence they show in Storey by running straight into the teeth of the defense the first 5 times he was in the game. Then letting him throw 4 yard passes.

Would have been nice to see a deep ball on the first play. Those are relatively safe, and there's a chance we could have been wide open. Everyone knew where that ball was going.
Yep. If you don't have the confidence in him, why is he in the game?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: HogHead McCormick on October 23, 2016, 01:26:25 PM
In my inebriation, that sack of Storey down around the 2-yard line looked bogus.  Did the defensive player actually wrap him up, or did he just anticipate the sack and fall down?  I deleted the game this morning in disgust and now have no way of knowing.

Watchespn.com.

Not watching the game a 2nd time this week.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Arkansas Proud on October 30, 2016, 03:42:01 PM
https://mobile.twitter.com/ESPNRittenberg/status/792576015356792832

Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Animal on October 30, 2016, 03:57:54 PM
Deandre Francois is a pussy
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Cerdo on October 31, 2016, 09:20:58 AM
Phillip Rivers took an Austin Allen/Tyler Wilson/Zach Mettenberger beating yesterday against the Broncos D Line.    Sometimes I think you have to be half crazy to be a QB. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: authorhawgerelli on October 31, 2016, 09:37:18 AM
Phillip Rivers took an Austin Allen/Tyler Wilson/Zach Mettenberger beating yesterday against the Broncos D Line.    Sometimes I think you have to be half crazy to be a QB.

Well, Cam has had enough "my bads, and I'll get it next time."  He's calling the commish.  I doubt Mr. Rozelle cares.  Somebody on one of the NFL shows said he had been involved with 3 missed calls this year, but he was not the leader in missed calls.  They're dying to make this a race issue.  Cam is at his best when he is a threat to run.  Being a threat to run is not a black/white issue.  QB's running in the NFL can't work because you can't just put flags around the qb's waist.  The missed call yesterday was a bad call.  Fine the ref; move on.  Threatening to call the commissioner only hurts his image.  You know why Austin Allen is the toughest mofo on the planet?  He doesn't jump up griping, he stares down his linemen who missed their block, and then refuses to allow them to pick him up off the ground.  He tells the press that the illegal hit on him was probably legal, because in the back of his mind, he's planning on revenge against that guy next year. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Animal on October 31, 2016, 11:48:33 AM
NFL released information saying that Newton wasn't even the leader of "missed calls" arising from late/rough hits on the QB. They track and grade the performance of the officials.

Newton may have a complaint but he's not treated differently from other QBs
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Fairweather Hog Fan on October 31, 2016, 08:14:14 PM
Joe Kapp, Roman Gabriel and Archie Manning would like some words with Ms. Newton.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Tusk till Dawn on October 31, 2016, 08:29:21 PM

To say the least our pass protection has me worried.

So when AA gets kilt by FLA D Line, what's the preferred direction going forward? Roll with Little Ty or pull the 'shirt off of Cole Kelley?
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Count Porkula on October 31, 2016, 08:30:02 PM
on the pregame tonight they showed that he has been hit 70 times over the last couple of years with 0 personal fouls called.  brees has been hit 53 times with 10 personal fouls called and brady 60 times with 5 calls. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: The Reverend Snoophogg on October 31, 2016, 08:44:26 PM
on the pregame tonight they showed that he has been hit 70 times over the last couple of years with 0 personal fouls called.  brees has been hit 53 times with 10 personal fouls called and brady 60 times with 5 calls.

Sorry, but those are apples and cantaloupes.

Neither of those other QB's are a threat to run more than about 10 feet.  Everybody is expecting cam to take off and run, and he is good at it.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Das Uberschwein on November 12, 2016, 09:59:47 PM
https://mobile.twitter.com/ESPNRittenberg/status/792576015356792832

Got to be what's going on with AA.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Barton Fink on November 12, 2016, 10:05:23 PM
It's like he dove into an ice cold swimming pool.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Thin Red Swine on November 12, 2016, 10:15:27 PM
It's like he dove into an ice cold swimming pool.

I was in the pool!  I was in the pool!
Title: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: mde114 on November 12, 2016, 11:12:35 PM
Bert and Austin say he's not hurt. Shit about to get real.

Could be He's just not that good.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Das Uberschwein on November 12, 2016, 11:15:17 PM
He's just not that good.

Naw. Something's up.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: mde114 on November 12, 2016, 11:28:09 PM
I don't know. Bert says he and Austin are going to have a meeting to make sure he is the right QB from here on.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: hogsrunwild on November 12, 2016, 11:40:11 PM
That is odd.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: HogofWar on November 13, 2016, 01:20:38 AM
I don't know. Bert says he and Austin are going to have a meeting to make sure he is the right QB from here on.
Seriously?

Sounds like Bert is throwing him under the bus for an emfuckingbarrasing loss to the Corndogs.

Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Satch on November 13, 2016, 07:00:16 AM
Seriously?

Sounds like Bert is throwing him under the bus for an emfuckingbarrasing loss to the Corndogs.
is he throwing him under the bus, or just acknowledging that the bus was on top of Allen last night?
We all saw that it wasn't a very good night.
That said, yes Bert could have kept it to himself publicly.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Clark on November 13, 2016, 07:08:13 AM
I don't know. Bert says he and Austin are going to have a meeting to make sure he is the right QB from here on.
Link
Title: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: mde114 on November 13, 2016, 07:43:14 AM
Link

http://www.wholehogsports.com/videos/2016/nov/12/13118/

Enjoy!
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: wendellgee on November 13, 2016, 07:44:50 AM
I was in the pool!  I was in the pool!
Solid!
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: REDHEAD on November 13, 2016, 07:52:45 AM
He said "Make sure he's right, for us to move forward".  Not make sure he is right qb from here on.  ::) Nice reach there.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Mike Slive on November 13, 2016, 07:53:28 AM
I am guessing Allen is tired of being busted up every game and isn't standing in the pocket like he was earlier in the year. Hopefully he can buff it out.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: ArkGuy on November 13, 2016, 07:57:01 AM
I interpreted it as "...to make sure he is right [in order for us] to move forward."  In other words, he's our QB and we need to get him fixed if our team is going to do well.

I critics BB for bad recruiting and not being any farther down the road by now but I don't doubt his respect for AA's abilities or toughness.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: REDHEAD on November 13, 2016, 07:58:00 AM
I interpreted it as "...to make sure he is right [in order for us] to move forward."  In other words, he's our QB and we need to get him fixed if our team is going to do well.

I critics BB for bad recruiting and not being any farther down the road by now but I don't doubt his respect for AA's abilities or toughness.
^This. And Mde knew that too. Just didnt expect to be called on it.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: mde114 on November 13, 2016, 08:04:31 AM
Of course AA is Arkansas' QB. Who else has he prepared to play? I understood he meant get AA right. Ringing endorsement of his play!
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: HogofWar on November 13, 2016, 08:17:26 AM
He said "Make sure he's right, for us to move forward".  Not make sure he is right qb from here on.  ::) Nice reach there.
Agree.

The media's questions to Bert hurts just as much as a loss. It is like they felt  sorry Bert and took it easy on him.

Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: REDHEAD on November 13, 2016, 08:26:22 AM
Agree.

The media's questions to Bert hurts just as much as a loss. It is like they felt  sorry Bert and took it easy on him.
I don't doubt it. His demeanor before he began taking questions was complete defeat, and probably shaped the questions. I couldn't help but feel sorry for him too. I honestly thought we were gonna dominate, and I haven't  thought that most of the season. Last nights gonna sting for a while. Fuck the corndogs. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: HogofWar on November 13, 2016, 08:46:18 AM
I don't doubt it. His demeanor before he began taking questions was complete defeat, and probably shaped the questions. I couldn't help but feel sorry for him too. I honestly thought we were gonna dominate, and I haven't  thought that most of the season. Last nights gonna sting for a while. Fuck the corndogs.
Feel sorry for him?

I don't. I did not feel sorry him after Auburn either.

He did not have this team ready from September on. Unless we "matched up better with a team," we got pwned.

His recruiting and getting players ready to play are suspect.

The play calling was too conservative last night. We did not see the screen pass until the third or forth quarter. The only deep pass was to Reed for our lone touchdown.

LSU's defense was stout, but we could have opened up the play book a little. I am beginning to wonder if Enos is being handcuffed by Bert, or he is not all that sparkles.

Don't get me started on defense.

My favorite quote from the press conference was about,"getting it" playing the SEC west. Really? Year four and you are just now getting it?

I am done with my rant.

Bert needs to light a fire under his own ass now, and go for broke these last two games.

I hope Starkville will not be the Hell we come to call it next week.

I fucking hate losing to the Corndogs.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: REDHEAD on November 13, 2016, 08:50:49 AM
Totally agree. I guess what I meant was after his 'monologue' I may have reframed my questions too. I am not happy with the fat man right now. Not sure firing him is the solution tho.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: MDEM on November 13, 2016, 02:41:48 PM
I don't know. Bert says he and Austin are going to have a meeting to make sure he is the right QB from here on.

Of course AA is Arkansas' QB. Who else has he prepared to play? I understood he meant get AA right. Ringing endorsement of his play!
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: FNG on November 13, 2016, 02:53:04 PM

(http://ndigo.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/Ali-boxing-ndigo-chicago.jpg)
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Buffinator on November 13, 2016, 03:05:26 PM
Just think what this season could be like if Austin hadn't been so badass.  Louisiana Tech, TCU, and Ole Miss are all games that could have gone for losses if not for his ballsy play earlier this year. 

3-7 would have changed the minds of a lot of the hugger fans who are still solidly in Bielema's corner for whatever reason.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: wvhawgfan on November 13, 2016, 03:15:00 PM
Just think what this season could be like if Austin hadn't been so badass.  Louisiana Tech, TCU, and Ole Miss are all games that could have gone for losses if not for his ballsy play earlier this year. 

3-7 would have changed the minds of a lot of the hugger fans who are still solidly in Bielema's corner for whatever reason.
Perhaps, if he saw the field better those games wouldn't have came down to the end either. Perhaps, if he got rid of the ball earlier (may some of this is also on Enos) he wouldn't have been hit so often. I realize there have been times that the line has got beat and he had no time, but just as often he's hesitated, waited, had a chance to escape the pocket, but kept dancing in the same spot until he got creamed.

I know we've had some really good wins this year, and I'm happy about that. I just think AA has a long way to go to be anywhere near an elite college QB.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Arkansas Proud on November 13, 2016, 03:41:59 PM
Perhaps, if he saw the field better those games wouldn't have came down to the end either. Perhaps, if he got rid of the ball earlier (may some of this is also on Enos) he wouldn't have been hit so often. I realize there have been times that the line has got beat and he had no time, but just as often he's hesitated, waited, had a chance to escape the pocket, but kept dancing in the same spot until he got creamed.

I know we've had some really good wins this year, and I'm happy about that. I just think AA has a long way to go to be anywhere near an elite college QB.

On the flip side, he's quarterbacked a 5 win talent team to probably 7,8 wins.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: The Reverend Snoophogg on November 13, 2016, 09:37:30 PM
On the flip side, he's quarterbacked a 5 win talent team to probably 7,8 wins.

And he's basically a freshman. 
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: authorhawgerelli on November 14, 2016, 08:07:14 AM
Basically, his kneecap displaced against Auburn.  He came back and played on that.  I know we have some former world class athletes on board here, but us regular run of the mill "I was on the high school team" guys understand that something like that will leave a mark.  He's obviously not as sharp as he was earlier.  I invite you to do this.  Have your 24 year old 300 lb son who is living in your basement tackle you from behind.  Tell him to aim low.  Keep doing it until your kneecap moves to an area it's not supposed to be.  After working the knee cap back into place, go outside and play catch with your son.  I think, most here would need about a 6-10 month break before you are even able to post on Woopig without pain.

I didn't take what Coach B said as throwing AA under the bus.  As head coach, he has lots to consider as he speaks to the press.  He's not the type to come right out and say, "our line absolutely is killing our qb," nor is he the type to warn next week's opponent, "our qb is still gimpy over his injury, come get him to make him hurry his throws."  He kind of hopes we will work hard, get better, and do well.  We did just beat #10 Florida, and now that LSU has a better plan for offense, we lost to an even better LSU.  We shouldn't accept it, but we should strive to do better, of course, but honest to goodness I can't figure out why some things are interpreted the way they are.

I had no idea how Hillary didn't win with the large number of whiners we have.  You boys need to get out and vote for your candidate to cut down on the riots.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Tusk till Dawn on November 14, 2016, 08:19:27 AM
But But the people on the Teevees said he was 100%!!





 :sarcasm: :sarcasm: :sarcasm:
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: HogofWar on November 14, 2016, 08:50:53 AM


Basically, his kneecap displaced against Auburn.  He came back and played on that.  I know we have some former world class athletes on board here, but us regular run of the mill "I was on the high school team" guys understand that something like that will leave a mark.  He's obviously not as sharp as he was earlier.  I invite you to do this.  Have your 24 year old 300 lb son who is living in your basement tackle you from behind.  Tell him to aim low.  Keep doing it until your kneecap moves to an area it's not supposed to be.  After working the knee cap back into place, go outside and play catch with your son.  I think, most here would need about a 6-10 month break before you are even able to post on Woopig without pain.

I didn't take what Coach B said as throwing AA under the bus.  As head coach, he has lots to consider as he speaks to the press.  He's not the type to come right out and say, "our line absolutely is killing our qb," nor is he the type to warn next week's opponent, "our qb is still gimpy over his injury, come get him to make him hurry his throws."  He kind of hopes we will work hard, get better, and do well.  We did just beat #10 Florida, and now that LSU has a better plan for offense, we lost to an even better LSU.  We shouldn't accept it, but we should strive to do better, of course, but honest to goodness I can't figure out why some things are interpreted the way they are.

I had no idea how Hillary didn't win with the large number of whiners we have.  You boys need to get out and vote for your candidate to cut down on the riots.

Agreed, but if Austin is hurt and he is playing hurt, we are in the same predicament as we were with BA in 2014. No true back up and a beat up QB.

A displaced knee cap is a lot worse than a hurt shoulder.

I figured we would go 2-2 in the last four games and think we can beat Misery as along as Austin stays healthy, but I do not expect Bert to pull him, because again, a hurt Allen is better than his back up.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: BASS on November 14, 2016, 09:42:51 AM
Basically, his kneecap displaced against Auburn.  He came back and played on that.  I know we have some former world class athletes on board here, but us regular run of the mill "I was on the high school team" guys understand that something like that will leave a mark.  He's obviously not as sharp as he was earlier.  I invite you to do this.  Have your 24 year old 300 lb son who is living in your basement tackle you from behind.  Tell him to aim low.  Keep doing it until your kneecap moves to an area it's not supposed to be.  After working the knee cap back into place, go outside and play catch with your son.  I think, most here would need about a 6-10 month break before you are even able to post on Woopig without pain.

I didn't take what Coach B said as throwing AA under the bus.  As head coach, he has lots to consider as he speaks to the press.  He's not the type to come right out and say, "our line absolutely is killing our qb," nor is he the type to warn next week's opponent, "our qb is still gimpy over his injury, come get him to make him hurry his throws."  He kind of hopes we will work hard, get better, and do well.  We did just beat #10 Florida, and now that LSU has a better plan for offense, we lost to an even better LSU.  We shouldn't accept it, but we should strive to do better, of course, but honest to goodness I can't figure out why some things are interpreted the way they are.

I had no idea how Hillary didn't win with the large number of whiners we have.  You boys need to get out and vote for your candidate to cut down on the riots.

the man is more important than the the win.  if he really had a dislocated patella, he should have been benched and storey given the starting job the last 2 games.  if true, playing aa is hootie-esque and makes me dislike him even more.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: authorhawgerelli on November 14, 2016, 10:15:49 AM
the man is more important than the the win.  if he really had a dislocated patella, he should have been benched and storey given the starting job the last 2 games.  if true, playing aa is hootie-esque and makes me dislike him even more.

Or, maybe it wasn't completely displaced.  I'm no doctor, and my "sources" haven't always been 100% accurate. 

He doesn't seem to be limping, but he's not as sharp.  I point more at the leaky line than AA anyways, and yes that's a coaching issue as well. 

He's still a better option than pulling the redshirt off of a redshirt, and who knows why a backup looks like a million dollars in practice, but a nickel when the lights are on?

Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Tampa TechnoHOG on November 14, 2016, 10:43:23 AM
He's still a better option than pulling the redshirt off of a redshirt, and who knows why a backup looks like a million dollars in practice, but a nickel when the lights are on?

That does seem to be the storey.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: authorhawgerelli on November 14, 2016, 11:02:44 AM
That does seem to be the storey.

Now, don't go to Town on any hearsay either.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Tampa TechnoHOG on November 14, 2016, 12:05:36 PM
Now, don't go to Town on any hearsay either.

Well played, sir.   :beer:

We will just have to hope for a bumper crop in recruiting next year.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: MDEM on November 14, 2016, 03:33:53 PM
Now, don't go to Town on any hearsay either.

His post was rafe with sarcasm.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Arkansas Proud on November 14, 2016, 03:40:31 PM
His post was rafe with sarcasm.

That's just cole.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: allswell on November 14, 2016, 08:01:19 PM
That's just cole.

such a dick - 2times
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Aaron on November 15, 2016, 12:53:28 PM
If he's injured, I hope he gets healthy.  He's a cherry of a quarterback.
Title: Re: Austin Allen's tool is bigger than yours
Post by: Arkansas Proud on November 15, 2016, 03:43:45 PM
If he's injured, I hope he gets healthy.  He's a cherry of a quarterback.

I hope he gets a lot healthier in the still of the night.