After Oklahoma State made light work of a team most thought would pose a pretty big challenge, everyone is wondering what's wrong with the Cowboys offense? Wait, what? I don't understand how it happened either, but somehow it did. In a game where the Pokes more than took care of business, they seemingly left the game with more questions than were answered, and that seems to be the power of Yurcich.
Most of the #CRFFWhatWeLearned tweets were directed at the OC's play calling, or lack thereof. Hopefully this was just a case of the Pokes not needing to show too much on film.
Here's what we learned from the game.
#CRFFWhatWeLearned watching the OSU game in a Buffalo Wild Wings full of OU fans is not a fun experience.— taylor rogers (@t_rogg_) September 15, 2014
But, In a whole new way now.
#CRFFWhatWeLearned Yurcich gonna Yurcich.— Phillip Blochowiak (@PCPokefan) September 14, 2014
#CRFFWhatWeLearned Yurcich might need to switch to Duplo Legos. My one year old could call plays better than tonight.— Michael Cooper (@coopermikea) September 14, 2014
Just every other play has been.
Coach DudeBro is the Travis Ford of football.
#CRFFWhatWeLearned as long as we play better than Arkansas, tech should be a win— Gerald Tracy III (@GeraldTracyCRFF) September 14, 2014
Quick everyone shout out all the plays you know that aren't runs up the middle, four verticals, bubble screens or jet sweeps.
#CRFFWhatWeLearned Daxx must reads a lot of CRFF. He heard our call for a vertical passing game.— Taylor York (@tayloryork) September 14, 2014
The Pokes should be stacked next year. Just have to keep the confidence in tact.
#CRFFWhatWeLearned Next year will be beautiful. If we can block for Tyreek, and the the D gets even better. And someone can pass deep.— Gundy's Hat (@GundysHat) September 14, 2014
If he's making fun of it, we can too right?
#CRFFWhatWeLearned: Daxx plays football the way I play NCAA on Xbox -- four verticals or run it up the middle.— Gunter Sharp (@GunterS_CRFF) September 14, 2014
#CRFFWhatWeLearned I was 15 rows up and was closer to the endzone than Tyreek.— Josh Poteet (@PotweetSays) September 15, 2014
#CRFFWhatWeLearned That Texas, Iowa State, and Tech very compassionate. Don't want Kansas feeling all alone in the basement.— CRFF (@CowboysRFF) September 15, 2014