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Cougar Film Room: Patrick Carr Goes Full Beast Mode

Patrick Carr went full beast-mode against Tulane: 18 carries, 139 yards and 2 TDs in just 2.5 quarters of action.   Carr has shown flashes of brilliance but has also looked indecisive at times.  That wasn’t the case last night.  He showed vision in finding openings, he was patient waiting for others to develop, he was decisive in his first-cut, and… Read More
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Cougar Film Room: Come On Down, Clayton Tune (Free)

Freshman QB Clayton Tune took over at QB after D’Eriq King’s injury and immediately went right to work.   On his first snap of the game, Tune threw a TD pass to Marquez Stevenson that was nullified by penalty (an unnecessary pick play by Terry Mark). UH settled for a FG on that drive and went into the half up… Read More
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Film Room: The Red Zone Sequence In The 3rd Quarter

Chandler Smith rushed for 7 yards on 3rd down to get the Coogs a first-and-ten at the 12-yard line. Down 17 in the 3rd quarter, UH needed to punch it in to start the Cougar comeback.   But things broke down immediately thereafter. Facing 5 safeties across, D’Eriq King made 3 interesting reads on three-straight plays before a false start… Read More
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Film Room: SMU’s Tampa 2 Defense Handcuffed The Coogs (FREE!)

SMU came out in a defensive set last night that surprised, confused, and scared the Cougar offense and coaches. In our film room study of the SMU game, we look at what SMU did and how UH could have beaten it.   SMU Comes Out In a New Defense SMU started the game in a 3-2-6 with safety Patrick Nelson… Read More
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Film Room: Austin Robinson Sets Up Nick Watkins

Austin Robinson’s 21 tackles are the 8th most in a game in program history. He was all over the place and had two sacks and 4.5 TFL.   While Robinson is credited with 21 tackles, he actually had 24: two were no-plays due to chop blocks and another was the illegal shift in the 4th quarter. Robinson was everywhere.  … Read More
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Film Room: AAC Officials & Replay Booth Botch The Call

With less than 4 minutes to play in the first half, UH stopped ECU at their own 18 yard line. It was 4th and 1 and the Pirates would have to punt.   But instead of the Coogs getting the ball, incompetence took over. The officiating crew and the replay official overturned an easy, straight-forward call on the field. With… Read More
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Film Room: D’Eriq King’s 61-Yard TD Run

In our story “Tulsa’s Panic & The Cougar Comeback,” we looked at the D’Eriq King run in the 4th quarter that ignited the UH rally. But let’s dive deeper. At this point in the half, Tulsa had dominated in TOP (14:52-2:58), in first downs (10-0), plays (32-5) and yardage (170-7). The Coogs held them to just 13 points in that… Read More
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Beyond The Box Score: Tulsa’s Panic & The Cougar Comeback

The first part of this story can be located here: Tulsa Uses The Rice Strategy to Dominate The 3rd Quarter   As the game flipped from 3rd to 4th quarter, the dynamic changed, too. Tulsa gets two false starts and they settle for a field goal. Tulsa has a 9-point lead with just over 13 minutes to play.   On… Read More
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Debunking Major Applewhite’s Claims About The Defense Vs. Tech

UH fans have been up in arms about UH’s disgusting defensive (offensive?) performance against Texas Tech. The Coogs played a soft zone the entire game and the result were predictable: 9 touchdowns, 36 first downs, over 700 yards of offense and 605 yards passing and 5 TDs for their true freshman quarterback.   UH fans have a right to be… Read More
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Film Room: UH Has Given Up On Punt Return

Great programs use special teams as a weapon. They are aggressive when necessary but always give their offense and defense any advantage possible. But UH has chosen to basically ignore special teams. Specifically, UH has totally neutered our punt return team.   In the first few weeks of this season, 56 teams are averaging 10 yards or more per punt… Read More