Does speed lead to injury?
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It seems once the opponents went up tempo on offense, that's when the injuries started to mount on defense
Is that simply post hoc ergo propter hoc, or is there something to that?
Our tackling technique is poor.....
Either that are it is lazy OL who won't hit or get out of
Not rocket science. Tempo defeats sub packages
Sitting there like feet were in concrete might not have
I was at UNC game. At least twice they snapped
We don't dish out punishment, we absorb it.
Improper form and sloppy play leads to injuries. *
Look at the Packers.....for years they had real issues
Fatigue leads to injury. So yes. *
That brings improper training/conditioning into question *
He's the guy that said we would be tired by the second half
Fatigue doth make cowards of us all.
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