Ryder Kuhns

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Ryder Kuhns

Postby rrforlifebaby » Sat Sep 01, 2012 10:40 pm

I really like this kid.
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Re: Ryder Kuhns

Postby EITSwarrior » Sat Sep 01, 2012 10:49 pm

Yep he is the future (heck maybe now) of Saint Louis football.
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Re: Ryder Kuhns

Postby fanoffb » Sat Sep 01, 2012 10:51 pm

What happened to Mook-Garcia?
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Postby rrforlifebaby » Sat Sep 01, 2012 10:53 pm

fanoffb wrote:What happened to Mook-Garcia?

He got hurt.
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Postby fanoffb » Sat Sep 01, 2012 10:53 pm

I saw ankle but did announcers say it was a sprain or something more serious?
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Re: Ryder Kuhns

Postby teamhawaii » Sat Sep 01, 2012 11:21 pm

I really like this kid too. Has potential to be one of the greats St. Louis QB. First 3 games of varsity is against Farrington, Baldwin and Nationally ranked Bishop Gorman. Has my good graces.
on a side note...
watch the Oregon game today and Marcus Mariota tore it up. Perfect type of QB to fit in the Oregon offensive scheme. Imagine if he was there starter as a sophomore...wondered if he would of got more looks at more schools.
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Re: Ryder Kuhns

Postby hawaiiBoy808 » Sun Sep 02, 2012 12:16 am

teamhawaii wrote:I really like this kid too. Has potential to be one of the greats St. Louis QB. First 3 games of varsity is against Farrington, Baldwin and Nationally ranked Bishop Gorman. Has my good graces.
on a side note...
watch the Oregon game today and Marcus Mariota tore it up. Perfect type of QB to fit in the Oregon offensive scheme. Imagine if he was there starter as a sophomore...wondered if he would of got more looks at more schools.


Marcus had a lot of looks at its just he was so set on committing to Oregon he didnt really keep open his recruitment after the oregon commit. But he did tear it up he looked as if hes being running that offense for years.
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Re: Ryder Kuhns

Postby saynotomercs » Sun Sep 02, 2012 12:47 am

Here's a question that I would like to ask:

Why isn't Ryder Kuhns the starter?
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Re: Ryder Kuhns

Postby kapakahi » Sun Sep 02, 2012 8:03 am

No doubt....that he should be the starter....after last night.

Better pocket presence and poise......with better field vision & throwing accuracy.
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Re: Ryder Kuhns

Postby LocalCheesehead » Sun Sep 02, 2012 9:57 am

saynotomercs wrote:Here's a question that I would like to ask:

Why isn't Ryder Kuhns the starter?


Well...looks like he is now. Mook is out for a while with an ankle injury.
St. Louis owned the second half against the Gaels while Kuhns was in. It seems the offense plays up to it's full potential when he's the quarterback.

Side notes...
- Saints racked up 468 yards of offense against the 11 th ranked team
- Adam Noga is a total BEAST!!
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Re: Ryder Kuhns

Postby SM96753 » Sun Sep 02, 2012 8:04 pm

I like this Kuhns kid. I like his composure and maturity. His skill level will only get better. His knowledge will only improve with experience!

The hell with the zone read! Put him under center where he can roll out! Where he can 3, 5, 7 step drop and fire! Where misdirection can be used to create windows/openings for when they play teams with just as significant talent!

Draws (Noga would kill it, he already kills it), play action! Under center where the great Arceneaux, Gesser, and Chang would operate from. Trips! Double slot! A multiple set offense which would keep solid, talented defenses (ie. Kahuku) guessing.

No offense but the heck with getting to zone read schools. Get to the USC's, Stanford's, and Boston College's where the pro style will prepare you for the ultimate dream of the NFL!
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Re: Ryder Kuhns

Postby saynotomercs » Sun Sep 02, 2012 10:04 pm

SM96753 wrote:I like this Kuhns kid. I like his composure and maturity. His skill level will only get better. His knowledge will only improve with experience!

The hell with the zone read! Put him under center where he can roll out! Where he can 3, 5, 7 step drop and fire! Where misdirection can be used to create windows/openings for when they play teams with just as significant talent!

Draws (Noga would kill it, he already kills it), play action! Under center where the great Arceneaux, Gesser, and Chang would operate from. Trips! Double slot! A multiple set offense which would keep solid, talented defenses (ie. Kahuku) guessing.

No offense but the heck with getting to zone read schools. Get to the USC's, Stanford's, and Boston College's where the pro style will prepare you for the ultimate dream of the NFL!


I agree that this year's personnel would kill it with Ron Lee's R&S that featured downhill running. But Saint Louis hasn't had a back of Noga's caliber since 2004. This year's offensive line is just as good or better than last year's, which was one of the best Saint Louis lines in recent memory. Saint Louis started using zone-read concepts in 2005 because they weren't dominating at the line of scrimmage like they were used to and didn't have a power back. For the most part, it has been successful. Micah Mamiya dominated the ILH with his mastery of the zone read, and we've all heard of that Mariota guy.

But this year's offense doesn't have much zone read, if at all. There hasn't been a single option tuck by a QB this year and there doesn't seem to be much zone blocking either. A lot of what they do comes out of the pistol but the passing game concepts look unchanged from what they've been doing recently.
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Re: Ryder Kuhns

Postby HRC Paul » Wed Sep 05, 2012 1:22 am

Really ... Saint Louis has scored 33 on Farrington, 46 on Baldwin and 40 on nationally-ranked Bishop Gorman ... and that's not enough?

Hilarious :lol:
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Re: Ryder Kuhns

Postby SM96753 » Thu Sep 06, 2012 10:28 pm

I think saynotomercs makes a good point when he stated that "this year's personnel would kill it with Ron Lee's R&S that features downhill running!"

HRC Paul, don't be so sensitive. No need for your little icon. People are just having a good time sharing their views.
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Re: Ryder Kuhns

Postby saynotomercs » Thu Sep 06, 2012 11:24 pm

SM96753 wrote:I think saynotomercs makes a good point when he stated that "this year's personnel would kill it with Ron Lee's R&S that features downhill running!"

HRC Paul, don't be so sensitive. No need for your little icon. People are just having a good time sharing their views.


Just to clarify, I also think that this offense plus Ryder Kuhns would kill it in just about any offense. The offensive personnel this year is really, really talented.

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