This is the thread for signing up to chart the FAMU game.
The Buckeye Charting Project is rolling right along. In case you missed them, here are the results from the last two games:
The original Thread on the charting project is here:
We will break down the assignments by quarter, and by offense and defense. Please include notes as well on the special teams plays that end a given drive (so our kicking/punting falls under offense, theirs under defense).
The preferred due date for turning in charting data is the Wednesday following the game. Please try to observe this, or at least tell me if you'll be a little late.
You can call more than one assignment, but do this only if you are 100% sure you can finish it.
Everyone remember to start with new copies of the offensive and defensive templates. I am making minor updates and improvements to them every week. This week, I added better support for extra points and field goals.
The template for offense is here:
The template for defense is here:
Please read the following guides before contributing to make our data collection more consistent:
Please look over them before the game and post any questions here. The notes section can be as detailed or basic as you want as long as it catches the key aspects of the play (if you look at an mgoblog UFR, that is the *high* end of what we would like.)
If a game goes to overtime... just look here after the game and volunteer to pick it up if you want to.
You can use the box score to fill in the first half of the spreadsheet. Here's the one for cal. I like to use the one that ESPN posts to copy all of the values I can into the spreadsheet, and then when I'm looking at video I just have to fill in five or so values per play.
1Q Offense - Chad
1Q Defense - Jack Fu
2Q Offense - IBLEEDSANDG
2Q Defense - Chad
3Q Offense - Chad
3Q Defense - DBUCKIMCG
4Q Offense - Factor11
4Q Defense - Factor11
As a general rule I take whatever is not volunteered for. Also as a general rule, the more volunteers we get the more time I have to do interesting statistical analysis of the data for the blog posts, as opposed to doing just charting.
Awesome find by Ross Fulton! Urban Meyer's playbook from when he was at Utah. His base plays have not changed much.