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Can Grinch's defense get more interceptions?
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 Posted: Fri Jun 14th, 2019 04:51 pm

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https://www.crimsonandcreammachine.com/2019/6/14/18679015/oklahoma-sooners-football-defense-interceptions-turnovers-alex-grinch

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 Posted: Fri Jun 14th, 2019 05:04 pm

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They will get 20 or more turnovers this year. A nice improvement.

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If you read the article ... It says over the last three years OU's turnovers have declined... So as Mike's Ds got less and less aggressive turn overs went down ( the article did NOT say this, it's my own observation). Duh!! So OU should get more this coming season because they are playing aggressive D again and hopefully forcing passers to make some bad passes.

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I'm positive that with Grinch focusing on turnovers we should get better at it. At the worst the OU turnover stat can't get much worse.

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I enjoyed the article linked in the article in the op. It goes a little more in depth but is not OU focused. The tidbit on how to treat 3rd and long was very interesting.

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The more aggressive the defensive line plays the more picks the secondary will get. Forcing the QB to throw early will cause more bad reads and mistakes. This is simple football knowledge so not sure what the big question is.

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echo101 wrote:
The more aggressive the defensive line plays the more picks the secondary will get. Forcing the QB to throw early will cause more bad reads and mistakes. This is simple football knowledge so not sure what the big question is.

Read the articles. The statistical correlation does not support that theory, even though it is a theory I have subscribed to most of my life.

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 Posted: Sun Jun 16th, 2019 01:22 am

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Johnnytrey23 wrote:
echo101 wrote:
The more aggressive the defensive line plays the more picks the secondary will get. Forcing the QB to throw early will cause more bad reads and mistakes. This is simple football knowledge so not sure what the big question is.

Read the articles. The statistical correlation does not support that theory, even though it is a theory I have subscribed to most of my life.


I should have said "SHOULD"instead of "will". But yeah.. the more pressure from the defensive line the more apt their offense will make a bad play.

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 Posted: Sun Jun 16th, 2019 02:27 am

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echo101 wrote:
Johnnytrey23 wrote:
echo101 wrote:
The more aggressive the defensive line plays the more picks the secondary will get. Forcing the QB to throw early will cause more bad reads and mistakes. This is simple football knowledge so not sure what the big question is.

Read the articles. The statistical correlation does not support that theory, even though it is a theory I have subscribed to most of my life.


I should have said "SHOULD"instead of "will". But yeah.. the more pressure from the defensive line the more apt their offense will make a bad play.


Agreed. Pressure from the defense would be a welcome sight.

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captnop wrote: If you read the article ... It says over the last three years OU's turnovers have declined... So as Mike's Ds got less and less aggressive turn overs went down ( the article did NOT say this, it's my own observation). Duh!! So OU should get more this coming season because they are playing aggressive D again and hopefully forcing passers to make some bad passes.If you look back at the Ou/Alabama game from a few years back, the one OU won, when everyone said they didn't stand a chance, one of the main reasons they won was due to the aggressive play by the defense. The QB everyone said was great was forced into making bad decisions because he was being harassed all night long by Eric Striker, Geno Grissom, and company.  


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