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Thread: How many drops since BMac came to the sideline?

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    Default Re: How many drops since BMac came to the sideline?

    My perception is that some positions on offense require more of a positive mental attitude because of a lack of repetitions.

    A WR on a team that doesn't particularly pass a lot is one of those positions because you have less opportunities during a game to make up for a mistake with additional repetitions.

    Probably the same for kickers as well.

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    Default Re: How many drops since BMac came to the sideline?

    Quote Originally Posted by crowcutta View Post
    i dont think him going to the sideline means the receivers or anybody else wont make mistakes but its had an overall positive impact we're you see a great rhythm develop and overall good balance where jake is making plays with his arm and legs, the rb's are contributing so that guys arent feeling the pressure they did previously where they felt they had to do too much.
    that said he was on the sideline last year and we had the fewest drops in the sec.
    Well let's give the coaches credit for making needed adjustments.
    Let's hope this continues to prove successful!

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    Default Re: How many drops since BMac came to the sideline?

    I'm not sure about the number of drops, but it has definitely been lower. I guess he straightened Bentley out.

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