I’ve started creating some videos where I provide commentary, hopefully to help elucidate some basics of scheme in CFB and how it applies to Baylor.
Charlie Brewer’s bomb to Fleeks and how this demonstrates how an offense reaches their end goal with respect to a game plan:
Some commentary on a big throw from Brewer to Fleeks and how this was the culmination of Baylor's gameplan. pic.twitter.com/mfeDpOo7Mk— Travis (@Travis_Roeder) May 17, 2020
Here I go over how a defense can manipulate an OL protection scheme to get free rushers to the QB:
First attempt at a recording where I am providing some commentary over the video, inspired by guys like @AdamLunt817, so figured the first should be a neat pressure by OSU.— Travis (@Travis_Roeder) May 17, 2020
This play exemplifies how to take advantage of OL protection schemes and get free rushers. pic.twitter.com/hsq6rLF6Wx
Discussing the weaknesses of said pressure package:
Discussing how Baylor’s 2019 O was often hamstrung by negative plays and drives:
A follow up discussing how this could change under Fedora:
Follow up discussing how this could change under Fedora pic.twitter.com/8W0o0U57fc— Travis (@Travis_Roeder) May 18, 2020
I’m sorry at this sorry excuse for an article, but hopefully y’all find something you like in here. I should be doing a lot more of these, so give me a follow @Travis_Roeder if you haven’t already.
If you have a topic you’d like me to delve into, or a play you’d like me to decipher I’d be happy to. Hit me up in the comments below!