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Post Spring Practice Updates April-August 2019

RMR

Walk On Hero
15 Year Member
I think it's his speed in this offense that will give him the chance. Put on a couple pounds. He may be the guy to do damage in space opposite Wandale that will allow both to excel. It could be a pick your poison kind of thing.
He could be the threat we have wanted Washington to become.
 
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Huskerthom

All Legend
5 Year Member
Ok saw this in the other thread. What does it mean. It is not completion % because last year he was at 64.6% for that. So does this then add the passes that were on target but were not caught. If so that seems a bit subjective. For instance it could be on target but a hospital pass. So the guy gets his clock cleaned as soon as it touches his hands. Is that considered a catch able pass?
 

Red Reign

Husker Immortal
10 Year Member
Ok saw this in the other thread. What does it mean. It is not completion % because last year he was at 64.6% for that. So does this then add the passes that were on target but were not caught. If so that seems a bit subjective. For instance it could be on t
arget but a hospital pass. So the guy gets his clock cleaned as soon as it touches his hands. Is that considered a catch able pass?
My assumption of the adjusted completion rates is its based on actual completions and dropped passes by the receivers (to include WR/S-R, TE and RBs). Short of going back and looking at stats for each individual player in each game (which is what I assume they did) I am assuming that is correct
 
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