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(11-20-2019, 11:24 AM)SamuelMcF Wrote: [ -> ]Man, who knew the position that might be most affected by injuries could be KICKER?

So emblematic of this season.  It will be a small miracle if we keep the axe.
Bench Bunch. The following non-injured non-redshirting scholarship players did not appear against the Cougs.
  • Quarterback
    • Jack Richardson, sr.
    • Jack West, so.
  • Wide Receiver
    • IBS, 6th yr.
  • Defensive Tackle
    • Bo Peek, sr.
  • Outside Linebacker
    • Andres Fox, so. (redshirting)
    • Caleb Kelly, so.
  • Cornerback
    • Donjae Logan, so.
  • Safety
    • Brock Jones, fr. Injured?
Frosh Force. Eighteen (!!) true freshmen played against the Cougs. Twelve of them have had their redshirts burned; Jake Hornibrook officially used a year of eligibility with his fifth appearance of the season. There were also three debuts! It really is incredible, probably unprecedented, how many true freshmen are getting playing time. Yes, it is largely because of injuries. But it is also because various positional pipelines got inexcusably thin, IMHO. (And, of course, it is also because new NCAA rules allow true freshmen to play at the end of the season without using a year of eligibility if they play less than five games.)
  • TE Bradley Archer made his season debut; he played on offense, and probably on ST. He did not record a statistic. Congratulations, Bradley!
  • ILB Aeneas DiCosmo played in his second game; not sure if it was ST or D, but probably the latter. He did not record a tackle.
  • OLB Stephen Herron played in his third game of the season, I think on ST, but probably on D as well, as he did against Arizona. He recorded a tackle.
  • WR Elijah Higgins played on ST and on O as a blocking WR. He has played in in all ten games this year, but has not yet had a ball thrown to him.
  • OG Jake Hornibrook started at RG for the fourth time. Playing in his fifth game of the season, he officially had his shirt burned.
  • RB Austin Jones carried the ball two times for seven yards, and caught five receptions (!) for 27 yards. Austin has played in all ten games this season.
  • Spencer Jorgensen, a walk-on, played in his eighth game on ST, and did not record a tackle.
  • CB Kyu Blu Kelly started at CB for the seventh week, and had a solid game with six tackles and a PBU. He has played in all ten games this season.
  • CB Zahran Manley played in his sixth game of the season on ST and on D. He had two tackles.
  • Jonathan McGill played on defense as the starting NB for the seventh week. He had a solid game: five tackles and an INT. He's played in all ten games this season.
  • OT Barrett Miller played in his tenth game of the season, starting at LG for the sixth time.
  • Drake Nugent played in his second game.
  • DE Joshua Pakola made his season debut, on D. He recorded a tackle. Congrats, Joshua!
  • RB Nathaniel Peat carried the ball once for a yard, and had one reception for one yard, and had a tackle. The hat trick! He played in his tenth game of the season.
  • OT Walter Rouse started at LT for the ninth time. He has played in all ten games this season.
  • Ryan Sanborn, a former walk-on, did not punt due to injury, and missed his only FG attempt (39 yards) and made his two PAT attempts. He had four kickoffs without a touchback. Ouch. He's played in all ten games.
  • ILB Tristan Sinclair played on D in his third game of the year, recording a tackle and PBU.
  • CB Nicolas Toomer made his season debut on ST, and did not record a statistic. Congratulations, Nicolas!
(11-21-2019, 11:39 PM)Langdude Wrote: [ -> ]Frosh Force. Eighteen(!!) true freshmen played against the Buffaloes. Twelve of them have had their redshirts burned; Jake Hornibrook officially used a year of eligibility with his fifth appearance of the season. There were also three debuts!
  • TE Bradley Archer made his season debut on ST; he did not record a statistic. Congratulations, Bradley!
  • ILB Aeneas DiCosmo played in his second game; not sure if it was ST or D, but probably the latter. He did not record a tackle.
  • OLB Stephen Herron played in his third game of the season, I think on ST. He recorded a tackle.
  • WR Elijah Higgins played on ST; not sure about O. He has played in in all ten games this year, but has not yet had a ball thrown to him.
  • OG Jake Hornibrook started at RG for the fourth time. Playing in his fifth game of the season, he officially had his shirt burned.
  • RB Austin Jones carried the ball two times for seven yards, and caught five receptions (!) for 27 yards. Austin has played in all ten games this season.
  • Spencer Jorgensen, a walk-on, played in his eighth game on ST, and did not record a tackle.
  • CB Kyu Blu Kelly started at CB for the seventh week, and had a solid game with six tackles and a PBU. He has played in all ten games this season.
  • CB Zahran Manley played in his sixth game of the season on ST and on D. He had two tackles.
  • Jonathan McGill played on defense as the starting NB for the seventh week. He had a solid game: five tackles and an INT. He's played in all ten games this season.
  • OT Barrett Miller played in his tenth game of the season, starting at LG for the sixth time.
  • Drake Nugent played in his second game.
  • DE Joshua Pakola made his season debut, on D. He recorded a tackle. Congrats, Joshua!
  • RB Nathaniel Peat carried the ball once for a yard, and had one reception for one yard, and had a tackle. The hat trick! He played in his tenth game of the season.
  • OT Walter Rouse started at LT for the ninth time. He has played in all ten games this season.
  • Ryan Sanborn, a former walk-on, did not punt due to injury, and missed his only FG attempt (39 yards) and made his two PAT attempts. He had four kickoffs without a touchback. Ouch. He's played in all ten games.
  • ILB Tristan Sinclair played on D in his third game of the year, recording a tackle and PBU.
  • CB Nicolas Toomer made his season debut on ST, and did not record a statistic. Congratulations, Nicolas!

Here I come with the weekly corrections :)

Archer had at least 1 snap on O that I saw. Higgins too; unfortunately when he's in, he's blocking - and the opposing D knows it.

I didn't actually watch closely, but we saw Herron come in on D against Arizona, so it's possible he did so again.

Can you believe we've had 17 of 21 scholarship freshmen (and 3 [former and current] walk-ons!!!) play this season? Insane. The only ones missing out:
- WR Colby Bowman
- WR Marcus Graham
- DB Salim Turner-Muhammad, which is funny considering he was the only 4* out of the 5 DBs
- ILB Levani Damuni (most likely getting back into football shape post-mission)
Archer was in for several plays. Had to check the roster for “who’s that”?
(11-22-2019, 12:02 AM)SamuelMcF Wrote: [ -> ]- DB Salim Turner-Muhammad, which is funny considering he was the only 4* out of the 5 DBs

Why is that, do you think?
(11-22-2019, 12:02 AM)SamuelMcF Wrote: [ -> ]Here I come with the weekly corrections :)

Archer had at least 1 snap on O that I saw. Higgins too; unfortunately when he's in, he's blocking - and the opposing D knows it.

I didn't actually watch closely, but we saw Herron come in on D against Arizona, so it's possible he did so again.

Can you believe we've had 17 of 21 scholarship freshmen (and 3 [former and current] walk-ons!!!) play this season? Insane. The only ones missing out:
- WR Colby Bowman
- WR Marcus Graham
- DB Salim Turner-Muhammad, which is funny considering he was the only 4* out of the 5 DBs
- ILB Levani Damuni (most likely getting back into football shape post-mission)

Thanks for this, as always, SMF. Will make corrections above.

-m.
The fact that we burned a bunch of redshirts does say a lot about our pipelines.  But I wonder if we would really play as many of the freshmen if there were more of a cost to their eligibility.  I almost wonder whether playing time at this point is a way to keep the freshmen whose shirts are not being burned engaged and motivated, plus to offer them a little bit of experience, rather than because we truly need them in the game.

BC
M*A*S*H Unit. The following players did not appear against the Cougs due to injury.
  • Quarterback
    • KJ Costello, sr., missed five games.
  • Running Back
    • Dorian Maddox, sr. Two games missed.
    • Trevor Speights, sr. Ten games missed.
    • Justus Woods, so. Ten games missed.
  • Tight End
    • Tucker Fisk, jr. One game missed
  • Tackle
    • Walker Little, jr. Nine games missed.
    • Grant Pease, so. Ten games missed.
  • Guard
    • Devery Hamilton, sr. Six games missed.
    • Henry Hattis, sr. Four games missed.
    • Dylan Powell, sr. Ten games missed.
    • Branson Bragg, fr. Seven games missed.
    • Trey Stratford, so. Ten games missed.
  • Outside Linebacker
    • Jordan Fox, sr. Five games missed.
    • Tobe Umerah, so. Four games missed.
  • Inside Linebacker
    • Ricky Miezan, so. Eight games missed.
    • JMF, so. Eight games missed.
  • Cornerback
    • Paulson Adebo, jr. One game missed.
    • Ethan Bonner, so. Ten games missed.
  • Safety
    • Malik Antoine, sr. One game missed.
    • Brock Jones, fr. One game missed. I'm assuming he's injured.
  • Kicker
    • Jet Toner, sr. Three games missed.
Other notes...
  • Past injuries
    • ILB Curtis Robinson, sr. missed one game.
    • CB Treyjohn Butler, sr., missed six games.
    • Stuart Head, jr., missed four games.
    • QB Davis Mills, jr. missed two games.
    • DT Bo Peek, sr., missed one game.
    • OT Foster Sarell, jr., missed one game.
    • WR Donald Stewart, sr., missed seven games.
    • Kendall Williamson, so., missed one game.
  • If this list is correct, that's 148 player-games missed due to injury, an average of 14.8 per game.
  • I think I got all injuries. Any corrections are, as always, welcome.
Frosh Force. Fourteen true freshmen played against the Weenies. Twelve of them have had their redshirts burned. It seems Stephen Herron and Tristan Sinclair were held out to preserve redshirt eligibility; they can still play against ND and retain their shirts. Speaking of redshirts, I have reassigned the eligibility years of both Walker Little and Andres Fox given that they have used this year as their redshirt year, though that will likely not end up mattering in the case of Little, at least.
  • TE Bradley Archer played in his second game on offense, and probably on ST. He got the first reception of the year, for zero yards.
  • ILB Aeneas DiCosmo played in his third game on ST. Per SMF, the two tackles credited to Austin Jones were probably DiCosmo's as they share #20.
  • WR Elijah Higgins played on ST and on O as a blocking WR. He has played in in all eleven games this year, but has not yet had a ball thrown to him.
  • OG Jake Hornibrook started at RG for the fifth time, playing in his sixth game of the season.
  • RB Austin Jones carried the ball six times for 23 yards. He had two tackles credited to him, but they were likely Aeneas DiCosmo's given that Jones does not play K or P cover, and the two share #20. Austin has played in all eleven games this season.
  • S Brock Jones, a former walk-on, played in his ninth game on ST, and recorded a tackle.
  • Spencer Jorgensen, a walk-on, played in his ninth game on ST, and did not record a tackle.
  • CB Kyu Blu Kelly started at CB for the eighth week, and had two tackles; not his best game. He has played in all eleven games this season.
  • CB Zahran Manley played in his seventh game of the season on ST and on D. He did not record a statistic.
  • Jonathan McGill played on defense as the starting NB for the eighth week. He had two tackles. He's played in all eleven games this season.
  • OT Barrett Miller played in his tenth game of the season, starting at LG for the seventh time.
  • RB Nathaniel Peat caught one ball for six yards, and returned a kick for 17 yards. He played in his eleventh game of the season.
  • OT Walter Rouse started at LT for the tenth time. He has played in all eleven games this season.
  • Ryan Sanborn, a former walk-on, punted three times for a 32.7 yard average, though that had something to do with our punting in Kal territory; two of Sanborn's punts landed inside the opponent's 20 yard line. He also kicked two clutch FG (48 and 44 yards) without a miss, and handled four kickoffs with two of them going for touchbacks. He's played in all eleven games.
(11-25-2019, 11:59 PM)Langdude Wrote: [ -> ]Frosh Force. Fourteen true freshmen played against the Weenies. Twelve of them have had their redshirts burned. It seems Stephen Herron and Tristan Sinclair were held out to preserve redshirt eligibility; they can still play against ND and retain their shirts. Speaking of redshirts, I have reassigned the eligibility years of both Walker Little and Andres Fox given that they have used this year as their redshirt year, though that will likely not end up mattering in the case of Little, at least.
  • TE Bradley Archer played in his second game on offense, and probably on ST. He got the first reception of the year, for zero yards.
  • ILB Aeneas DiCosmo played in his third game, probably on D. He did not record a tackle.
  • WR Elijah Higgins played on ST and on O as a blocking WR. He has played in in all eleven games this year, but has not yet had a ball thrown to him.
  • OG Jake Hornibrook started at RG for the fifth time, playing in his sixth game of the season.
  • RB Austin Jones carried the ball six times for 23 yards, and had two tackles. Austin has played in all eleven games this season.
  • S Brock Jones, a former walk-on, played in his ninth game on ST, and recorded a tackle.
  • Spencer Jorgensen, a walk-on, played in his ninth game on ST, and did not record a tackle.
  • CB Kyu Blu Kelly started at CB for the eighth week, and had two tackles; not his best game. He has played in all eleven games this season.
  • CB Zahran Manley played in his seventh game of the season on ST and on D. He did not record a statistic.
  • Jonathan McGill played on defense as the starting NB for the eighth week. He had two tackles. He's played in all eleven games this season.
  • OT Barrett Miller played in his tenth game of the season, starting at LG for the seventh time.
  • RB Nathaniel Peat caught one ball for six yards, and returned a kick for 17 yards. He played in his eleventh game of the season.
  • OT Walter Rouse started at LT for the tenth time. He has played in all eleven games this season.
  • Ryan Sanborn, a former walk-on, punted three times for a 32.7 (!) yard average, landing two inside the opponent's 20 yard line. He also kicked two clutch FG (48 and 44 yards) without a miss, and handled four kickoffs with two of them going for touchbacks. He's played in all eleven games.

Quick comments as usual :)

DiCosmo did not play on D - Robinson and Pryts went the whole way. DiCosmo and Austin Jones share #20, and I think both of Jones' credited tackles were actually DiCosmo on STs...Jones doesn't play on kickoff or punt cover team.

Hard to be upset at Sanborn's average when we punted in Cal territory twice.
Thanks, SMF, as always. Will alter above.

Weird to think that there was an ILB on P and K cover!

-m.
M*A*S*H Unit. The following players did not appear against the Weenies due to injury.
  • Quarterback
    • KJ Costello, sr. Six games missed.
  • Running Back
    • Dorian Maddox, sr. Three games missed.
    • Trevor Speights, sr. Eleven games missed.
    • Justus Woods, so. Eleven games missed.
  • Tackle
    • Walker Little, jr. Ten games missed.
    • Grant Pease, so. Eleven games missed.
  • Guard
    • Devery Hamilton, sr. Seven games missed.
    • Henry Hattis, sr. Five games missed.
    • Dylan Powell, sr. Eleven games missed.
    • Branson Bragg, fr. Eight games missed.
    • Trey Stratford, so. Eleven games missed.
  • Outside Linebacker
    • Jordan Fox, sr. Six games missed.
    • Tobe Umerah, so. Five games missed.
  • Inside Linebacker
    • Ricky Miezan, so. Nine games missed.
    • JMF, so. Nine games missed.
  • Cornerback
    • Paulson Adebo, jr. Two game missed.
    • Ethan Bonner, so. Eleven games missed.
  • Safety
    • Malik Antoine, sr. Two game missed.
  • Kicker
    • Jet Toner, sr. Four games missed.
Other notes...
  • Past injuries
    • CB Treyjohn Butler, sr., missed six games.
    • TE Tucker Fisk, jr. missed one game.
    • Stuart Head, jr., missed four games.
    • S Brock Jones, fr., missed one game.
    • QB Davis Mills, jr. missed two games.
    • DT Bo Peek, sr., missed one game.
    • ILB Curtis Robinson, sr., missed one game.
    • OT Foster Sarell, jr., missed one game.
    • WR Donald Stewart, sr., missed seven games.
    • Kendall Williamson, so., missed one game.
  • If this list is correct, that's 167 player-games missed due to injury, an average of 15.2 per game.
  • I think I got all injuries. Any corrections are, as always, welcome.
Bench Bunch. The following non-injured non-redshirting scholarship players did not appear against the Weenies.
  • Quarterback
    • Jack Richardson, sr.
    • Jack West, so.
  • Wide Receiver
    • IBS, 6th yr.
  • Defensive Tackle
    • Bo Peek, sr.
  • Defensive End
    • Ryan Johnson, jr.
  • Outside Linebacker
    • Andres Fox, so. (redshirting)
    • Caleb Kelly, so.
  • Cornerback
    • Treyjohn Butler, sr.
    • Donjae Logan, so.
(11-26-2019, 10:28 PM)Langdude Wrote: [ -> ]M*A*S*H Unit. The following players did not appear against the Weenies due to injury.
  • Quarterback
    • KJ Costello, sr. Six games missed.
  • Running Back
    • Dorian Maddox, sr. Three games missed.
    • Trevor Speights, sr. Eleven games missed.
    • Justus Woods, so. Eleven games missed.
  • Tackle
    • Walker Little, jr. Ten games missed.
    • Grant Pease, so. Eleven games missed.
  • Guard
    • Devery Hamilton, sr. Seven games missed.
    • Henry Hattis, sr. Five games missed.
    • Dylan Powell, sr. Eleven games missed.
    • Branson Bragg, fr. Eight games missed.
    • Trey Stratford, so. Eleven games missed.
  • Outside Linebacker
    • Jordan Fox, sr. Six games missed.
    • Tobe Umerah, so. Five games missed.
  • Inside Linebacker
    • Ricky Miezan, so. Nine games missed.
    • JMF, so. Nine games missed.
  • Cornerback
    • Paulson Adebo, jr. Two game missed.
    • Ethan Bonner, so. Eleven games missed.
  • Safety
    • Malik Antoine, sr. Two game missed.
  • Kicker
    • Jet Toner, sr. Four games missed.
Other notes...
  • Past injuries
    • CB Treyjohn Butler, sr., missed six games.
    • TE Tucker Fisk, jr. missed one game.
    • Stuart Head, jr., missed four games.
    • S Brock Jones, fr., missed one game.
    • QB Davis Mills, jr. missed two games.
    • DT Bo Peek, sr., missed one game.
    • ILB Curtis Robinson, sr., missed one game.
    • OT Foster Sarell, jr., missed one game.
    • WR Donald Stewart, sr., missed seven games.
    • Kendall Williamson, so., missed one game.
  • If this list is correct, that's 167 player-games missed due to injury, an average of 15.2 per game.
  • I think I got all injuries. Any corrections are, as always, welcome.

What I find interesting about this list is the injury concentration in position groups. While the OL has been decimated, the WR, TE and DL position groups have largely been untouched.  If the absence of Turley is the cause of injuries, why are some position groups healthy and others unhealthy?  My theory is that injuries are mostly random and we had bad luck for them to concentrate in the areas where we had the least amount of depth (OL and ILB). That is an inconvenient theory for message boards as there is no one to point fingers at.
(11-29-2019, 07:59 AM)donkey687 Wrote: [ -> ]What I find interesting about this list is the injury concentration in position groups. While the OL has been decimated, the WR, TE and DL position groups have largely been untouched.  If the absence of Turley is the cause of injuries, why are some position groups healthy and others unhealthy?  My theory is that injuries are mostly random and we had bad luck for them to concentrate in the areas where we had the least amount of depth (OL and ILB). That is an inconvenient theory for message boards as there is no one to point fingers at.

the lack of depth at the positions hit hardest by injuries is in fact pointing a finger (or fingers) in terms of roster management and recruiting decisions/effort.  too many reps by too few players will add up over time especially given the situation with our training (not S&C) staff.
Walk-On Union Watch. Seven non-scholarship players got PT against the Weenies.
  • Spencer Jorgensen, fr. He played in his ninth game on ST. He did not record a tackle.
  • Alex Gracey, so. He again served as the holder for field goals and extra points; he also handled one kickoff, not a touchback. He has played in every game this season.
  • TE TaeVeon Le, so. He made his season debut, probably on ST. He did not record a reception or tackle. Congrats on the PT, Tae!
  • DE Dylan Boles, jr. He played in his fourth game of the season, presumably on defense. He did not record a tackle.
  • OLB Thunder Justice Keck, jr. He did not record a tackle in his ninth appearance of the season. I'm assuming his appearance was on ST.
  • TE Kyle McCombs, jr. He did not record a reception in his fourth appearance of the season; he played offense, not sure about ST.
  • OLB Caleb Phillips, jr. He has played in all eleven games this year on ST. He scored a tackle against Kal.
In addition...
  • S Brock Jones, a freshman former walk-on, played in his ninth game on ST, and recorded a tackle.
  • Ryan Sanborn, a freshman former walk-on, served as the team's punter for the eleventh game, and as its primary kicker for the fourth.
  • WR Brycen Tremayne, a sophomore former walk-on, played in his eleventh game, I think on ST. He did not have a reception, but did have a tackle.
  • J.J. Parson, a junior former walk-on, played in his ninth game, on defense. He recorded three tackles.
  • Noah Williams, a senior former walk-on, played in his ninth game; I'm thinking ST since he did not record a tackle.
  • ILB Ryan Beecher, a fifth-year former walk-on, did not record a tackle on defense. He has played in all eleven games this season.
Frosh Force. Sixteen true freshmen played against the Irish. Twelve of them have had their redshirts burned. Neither Stephen Herron nor Bradley Archer played, and could have and still retained their redshirts, perhaps to give other freshmen some PT. At some point in the many coming weeks and months of no Stanford football, I'll do some sort of post mortem on freshman appearances this season.
  • ILB Levani Damuni made his season debut, likely on ST, and made a tackle. Congrats on the PT, Levani!
  • ILB Aeneas DiCosmo played in his fourth game on ST. He retained his redshirt.
  • WR Elijah Higgins played on ST and on O as a blocking WR. He played in in all twelve games this year, but did not have a ball thrown to him. He must be a helluva blocker to get that much PT as a receiver and not be a, you know, receiver.
  • Jake Hornibrook started at RG for the sixth time, playing in his seventh game of the season.
  • RB Austin Jones carried the ball seven times for 23 yards, had one reception for 24 yards, and returned four kicks for 60 yards. He played in all twelve games this season.
  • Brock Jones, a former walk-on, played in his tenth game on ST, and recorded a tackle.
  • Spencer Jorgensen, a walk-on, played in his tenth game on ST, and did not record a tackle.
  • CB Kyu Blu Kelly started at CB for the ninth week, and had two tackles. He has played in all twelve games this season.
  • CB Zahran Manley played in his eighth game of the season on ST and on D. He did not record a statistic.
  • Jonathan McGill played on defense as the starting NB for the ninth week. He had one tackle. He's played in all twelve games this season.
  • Barrett Miller played in his eleventh game of the season, starting at LG for the eighth time.
  • C Drake Nugent played in his second game of the year, in a heavy package and then at LG when Rouse was injured (Miller went to LT).
  • RB Nathaniel Peat rushed the ball once for six yards, and returned two kicks for 48 yards. He played in his twelfth game of the season.
  • Walter Rouse started at LT for the eleventh time. He has played in all twelve games this season.
  • Ryan Sanborn, a former walk-on, punted seven times for a 40.4 yard average; three of Sanborn's punts landed inside the opponent's 20 yard line, and one went for 60 yards. He also had a 24-yard FG (and no misses) and handled four kickoffs, but no touchbacks. He's played in all twelve games.
  • ILB Tristan Sinclair, played in his fourth game, probably on both ST and D. He did not record a tackle, but does retain his redshirt.
I thought I saw that Nugent came in on offense when Rouse was injured. I didn't see whether he lined up at Rouse's tackle spot or if there was some shuffling.

Also pretty sure N. Williams was in on defense late in the game, not just ST.
(12-01-2019, 11:39 PM)CompSci87 Wrote: [ -> ]I thought I saw that Nugent came in on offense when Rouse was injured. I didn't see whether he lined up at Rouse's tackle spot or if there was some shuffling.

Also pretty sure N. Williams was in on defense late in the game, not just ST.

Yeah, I can confirm that Nugent came in when Rouse got injured.

BC
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