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1TexasTiger

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  1. Did I say Clemson offered him the job? What is typical?
  2. Point me that way. I think it's a great hire but I've been to 3 sites and I'm seeing more stuff like "Doesn't really matter, Gus is Gus..." "We should have got Matt Luke..." "His recruiting sucked at Arky..."
  3. For one of the first times in my life as an AU fan.... AU fans are working my nerves. We can't be happy about anything. 1. Chad Morris is Gus' most successful protege' 2. Chad Morris was CO-offensive coordinator at Clemson with Jeff Scott when Clemson was becoming a powerhouse. Meaning he is used to shared coordinator responsibilities 3. Chad Morris is an excellent recruiter. (See Clemson years) 4. Chad Morris could have went back to Clemson.... A top 3 program with loads of talent but chose AU and Gus instead. Someone please explain where the negativity is coming from?
  4. I see we are light on facts in this thread. Thanks E and others for trying to put actual humanity on 17 year olds and family issues.
  5. Visited AU a couple times including BCW Good friends w/ commit Owen Pappoe & top target Colby Wooden AU-Clemson in a tight battle Appears to be commiting in August
  6. A corner with ball skills!!! Lock him up Coach GB
  7. Les Miles is available. I can't believe I just said that!!!!
  8. Yep but bama does no wrong. Push off on the Juedy TD, PI on the deep pass, no calls on any of it.
  9. Tre Williams and Jeremiah Dinson are in the starting line ups!!!!!!
  10. Here is the federal indictment https://www.justice.gov/usao-sdny/press-release/file/998746/download
  11. Let's look closer. I believe you are correct, the corner is in a zone. Notice however, he is playing outside and on top of the receiver. That says the zone is a deep 1/3 or it could be man with a single high safety. The outside linebacker took the underneath crossing route which actually looks like a coverage bust. #32 of GSU should have taken the receiver coming underneath but he looked lost. If the pass went to the back he would have had a terrible angle to make the tackle. Slayton could have become a blocker leaving one man to beat for the end zone. Thats just my opinion.
  12. Whether "Monday morning quarterbacking," or film analysis, it's something all players and coaches do to correct mistakes. The nearest defender is almost 10 yards away. You get the ball to your playmakers and let them do what they do. I'll bet on our Rb with 10 yards of open field can make at least one defender miss. Tom Brady has made a living off of throws just like that.
  13. Note to self... "announcers are never wrong!!"
  14. Look at it. Mama always told me if it's too good to be true then it probably is. Eli Stove was completely uncovered (too good to be true). Stidham recognizes it, and determines to throw the slant instead of asking himself, "If Stove is uncovered, where is the extra man?" The called play was dive to the strong side A gap. The secondary was playing Cover 1 but disguised it as cover 2. Stidham did not account for the extra man on the weak side. Look at how the defense lined up. The blitzing linebacker had no pre-snap responsibility (extra man) because he lined up opposite passing and running strength. Dead give-away to a called blitz. It was a great chess move by Georgia Southern coaches and probably something they recognized in film or earlier in the game. Stidham will remember the subtle nuances and perform better. Hits like that make you remember.
  15. Excerpt below from linked thread: I'm no QB guru, but I thought Jarrett Stidham did a poor job of looking off defenders. In fairness, breakdowns in protection, along with some drops by receivers, made Stidham look worse than he was. The sack-fumble was (IMO) on Stidham. Tega blocked the correct man, and seeing that there were three defenders vs two blockers on that side, I thought Stidham should have changed the protection, possibly moving KJ to that side of the formation. Calm down! It's not a rooster measuring contest. No one is arguing with you. Here is a different perspective that actually agrees with what I saw from another post on the board. I've also linked the actual play. O-lineman cannot adjust protections based on their own view. That would create chaos. The defender did a good job timing the snap and creating pressure. Stidham has to identify and protect against 2nd level threats to the LOS. These are details that will be rectified as he goes through them and learns. Remember this is a RPO offense. O-line run block on nearly every RPO called play. Here's the play http://www.secsports.com/video/20552840/georgia-southern-sack-fumble-recovery-results-td
  16. No it wasn't. There were more defenders than blockers. Stidham should have recognized and moved protection to that side or KJ should have abandoned the fake and picked up the extra man.