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Joe Moorhead's 'chalk talk'

July 10, 2019

Posted: Jul 10, 2019 9:53 PM
Updated: Jul 10, 2019 9:53 PM

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so-krates is credited as saying.... the only thing i know, is that i know nothing.... after spending an hour at joe moorhead's chalk-talk presentation today... i know that to be true.... ha) ." college football coaches speak two distinct languages.... one is coach-speak, which we all understand... you want them to see that you're as emotionally invested in the game that you are. the other is x's and o's, which can sound like greek to the untrained ear.... if we tag him, and that's not our only tag, we have multiple tags. that tells the person who would have the wall blocking responsibility to run the route. mississippi state head coach joe moorhead let the media into his world this afternoon at his chalk talk presentation. moorhead went into great detail breaking down the principles of run plays, and passing plays... moorhead sot: 'the big thing is, is that we don't create a new offense every week, and as you saw some of the stuff there with the menu and the library, that we've got a ton of banked reps where we've done it in spring ball, we've done it fall camp, and we've done it during the season.' coach then spent some time explaining how he, and his coaching staff, game-plan for an opponent.... andy: 'if we could get one thing out of it, what would you like that to be for us.' moorhead sot: 'that's it probably not as easy as people think it is.' touche coach, touche....
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