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Posted by: captkoi ()
Date: November 16, 2014 05:49AM

I realize this is a Dolphins message board, but in a way, what happened with the Miami vs FSU game yesterday, relates.

Many of us on this board have had issues with the Dolphins' play calling. Well, I am here to tell you, for those who didn't see the UM game, that their second half play calling was terrible.

The first half, Miami was very aggressive...taking a good sized lead into the half. Now, we must remember, that FSU has a reputation of starting slow and finishing fast. So, what does Miami do in the second half? Play clock management and mostly run the ball! The end result was predictable. FSU came back and beat Miami, with Miami scoring 3 points in the second half.

With that type of game, I find it difficult to fault the Dolphins' coaches for their play calling.

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