Can Monken’s past tell us anything about Monken’s future?

So, I watched this clip yesterday:

I couldn’t help but wonder what substituting Newman for Weeden and Pickens for Blackmon might look like.  (Yes, I know that Monken was the OC for only one of their seasons, but still…)

But the biggest thing I took away from it was how good Monken was at scheming OSU’s best receiver open on a bunch of those throws.  A blogger can dream, can’t he?

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13 responses to “Can Monken’s past tell us anything about Monken’s future?

  1. Reverend Whitewall

    Wait, you’re allowed to scheme guys open?

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  2. KingMackeral

    I literally starting laughing after the 3rd or 4th clip with the “Pistols firing!!” from the radio announcer.

    I may be d*** here, but that is lame.

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  3. BeardDawg

    Hopefully, between scheming guys open and Newman’s ability to thread the needle, they can do some damage downfield.

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  4. spur21

    Newman better than Weeden – YES
    Pickens equal to or better than Blackmon – YES
    Gonna be fun to watch.

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  5. 123fakest

    Blackmon was a total bust in the NFL. What a waste of God given talent.

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  6. W Cobb Dawg

    Weeden unloaded those passes fast. I think I only saw one clip (#32) where he took more than 2 steps. Several appeared to be zero steps – receive the snap and throw it.

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  7. psyopdawg

    Only watched the first 20 plays but i feel like SEC coverage is leagues above what Weeden and Blackmon faced. In the clip, there were several passes (lobs) that SEC corners would have had an easy time defending. I only saw one throw over the middle too.

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  8. Will (the other one)

    A related thought I’m having: I’m OK getting Bama as game 1. Let Nicky keep guessing what the new offense is going to look like.

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  9. UGA '97

    how can we shake off those gayturds who claim that Gundy called those plays, & not Monken.

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