(Apologies for the lateness of Trunkation this week. I've had difficulties in upgrading from Windows 98 to Windows ME, and my MS Paint is acting up.)
We've learned a lot in the last few weeks about what you can learn from a picture. It's no wonder that hurry-up no-huddle offenses are moving toward using pictures to call plays.
The RBR Investigations team has uncovered a number of photos from the Ole Miss camp. Please help us crack the codes below, and share your interpretations in the comments.
This pop quiz is BYOP* only.
Please add your interpretations below.
I will go first:
- Ole Miss purports to bring in a different type of offense, but really it's just a lot of parts from other systems, which may or may not be effective in combination. It might be the world's most sophisticated marshmallow gun.
- Ole Miss is armed and dangerous, but may still be susceptible to declaring a moral victory, as long as they look fabulous in defeat.
- Against yet another somewhat mobile quarterback, we need to mind our gaps and rush with containment in mind.
- They can dress up as Admiral Ackbar all they like, but this is a Rebel attempt at appearing taller than their station. They may be susceptible to the awkward stance, being new to rarefied air. Alternatively, this may also be the boost their undersized cornerbacks need to compete with our much taller wideouts.
- The last time we took Ole Miss this seriously, these guys were raking in dumb dollars in the box office. Bad omen.
- If Ole Miss manages to own the line of scrimmage, there will be no Rolling at all.
* - Bring your own Peyote