Game of the year : Richland vs LV. Qb comparison

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Game of the year : Richland vs LV. Qb comparison

Postby EnzoLigoniere » November 13th, 2018, 3:25 pm

Joe Hauser .6'2" 175
181 comp 315 attempts 2702 yds    33tds. 9 Ints .   Rating 108.7
Rushing 36 for 125

John Caldwell 5'10. 180
140 comp 206 attempts .2489 yds .35 tds .6 int.  Rating 136.5
Rushing 27 for 96 yds

Pretty equal comparison here, Hauser probably has stronger arm over all.  Either can get yardage if flushed out of the pocket but is not truly part of either running game.  Excellent ball protection both ways.  
Biggest football game that Hauser has ever played in.  Caldwell has been here before and has been exposed to leaders like Daughtery, Collin Smith and Parrish over the last couple years, now it is his turn.  Does experience mean anything?  Maybe.



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Re: Game of the year : Richland vs LV. Qb comparison

Postby Calmor » November 13th, 2018, 6:02 pm

Comparison of players and or the two teams is about as equal as you can get, it’s hard to pick one factor that says one team is hands down better in that spot, except for this LV has that smash mouth, bully on the block attitude, Richland does not, they have great players but no one that will get after it when it gets real. This game will be close till half, adjustments will be made, LV by 10+

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Re: Game of the year : Richland vs LV. Qb comparison

Postby knowitall » November 13th, 2018, 8:19 pm

I’m sticking with my LV 35 Richland 21 prediction

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Re: Game of the year : Richland vs LV. Qb comparison

Postby OpinionatedOrange » November 13th, 2018, 8:46 pm

So I am really excited that I am able to attend this game on Friday. I have been watching film/highlights of both teams and if I had to pick one player that can decide this game I would have to say it’s Aaron Tutino. The kid is an absolute stud. I attended some of LV’s playoff games the last few years and to me he has shined when it has mattered most. If you ever get the chance to watch highlights of this kid you will not be disappointed. From what I’ve seen he gets double and even triple teamed on a vast majority of their plays but still puts up terrific stats. His play-making ability is through the roof and he can score any time he touches the ball. Between these two teams I believe he is the only player that can do that. Also I watched him 2 years ago against Southern Columbia and he pretty much shut down Julian Fleming while he was covering him. That’s against a kid who is one of the top recruits in the nation. Yes I understand this was two years ago but still very impressive. My prediction for this game is LV 38 Richland 21.

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Re: Game of the year : Richland vs LV. Qb comparison

Postby youngbuck » November 13th, 2018, 11:15 pm

Could you please point out when he is double teamed, I have watched entire games and have not seen Heritage teams double him.   He has a free release on every single play, no one has walked out an LB or defensive end.  I think he is a really good football player and hope he has a chance to go to school for free next year somewhere and turns in to the next Ryan Switzer, but the way he has been defended is under whelming.  
The two lineman from Richland are sitting on 11 division 1 offers between the two of them.

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Re: Game of the year : Richland vs LV. Qb comparison

Postby OpinionatedOrange » November 14th, 2018, 9:54 am

youngbuck wrote:Could you please point out when he is double teamed, I have watched entire games and have not seen Heritage teams double him.   He has a free release on every single play, no one has walked out an LB or defensive end.  I think he is a really good football player and hope he has a chance to go to school for free next year somewhere and turns in to the next Ryan Switzer, but the way he has been defended is under whelming.  
The two lineman from Richland are sitting on 11 division 1 offers between the two of them.

Okay when I say doubled, I mostly mean blanketed by the safety. Also we must've seen the games differently because from what I've seen there is rarely true single coverage on him. Saying the way he has been defended is "under whelming" is an incorrect statement to say the least. 

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Re: Game of the year : Richland vs LV. Qb comparison

Postby youngbuck » November 14th, 2018, 1:32 pm

Bellwood played him with Ty Noonan a sophomore 5'7 135,
 he gets a free release on every play,
the safety is playing cover 1 shaded to the wide side.

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Re: Game of the year : Richland vs LV. Qb comparison

Postby Pineapplesandballs » November 14th, 2018, 1:46 pm

youngbuck wrote:Bellwood played him with Ty Noonan a sophomore 5'7 135,
 he gets a free release on every play,
the safety is playing cover 1 shaded to the wide side.

If Richland were to put help over the top, are there other players that can exploit this? With this matchup being so even on paper a kid like this is the difference maker, be it good or bad. If he plays like he has all season then LV will win. If he is held in check with free release and no help then Richland wins. If they have to shade coverage or do something to take him out of the game then LV wins.

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Re: Game of the year : Richland vs LV. Qb comparison

Postby CCDevil2012 » November 14th, 2018, 2:44 pm

OpinionatedOrange wrote:prediction for this game is LV 38 Richland 21.

So they hung just 35 on Bellwood, but will put up 38 against a team significantly better than Bellwood? I think this game will be decided by XP's/2pt conversions to be honest and in the ball park of 21-20/14-13, fairly low scoring 

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Re: Game of the year : Richland vs LV. Qb comparison

Postby knowitall » November 14th, 2018, 2:59 pm

Is Richland significantly better than Bellwood?


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