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Discussion in 'Main Sports Forum' started by jaywalker72, Jul 29, 2019.
This kid is the #1 QB in the 2022 class - btw, the state of Georgia is loaded w/ QBs - and he's down to two schools: UGA and.....South Carolina. WTF??? How does Muschamp keep pulling these top rated QBs? He recruits better than the "best QB coach in the country" Dan Mullen. HOW?? He's on the hottest seat in college football and would have been gone if not for the buyout.
if you are a passing quarterback and you go to play for Dorky Dan or Chump you're a moron.
Kyle Trask says "hello".
And yet, he didn’t commit to either.
Commit? No. Make law look like an idiot because Mullen effectively used a non-mobile passing QB successfully? Yes.
Kyle Trask also says "I'm so lucky Franks got hurt so I could put even this limited film out. but seriously...why am I running QB powers and only throwing like 4 routes?!"
Law looks like an idiot, bc he calls Trask trash. Not sure 3 points in a half and needing a gift to get 17 vs uga is super effective though. Maybe I'm off, but I'm still wondering what a truly effective scheme could have done with one of the best skill player groups in football and if it could have schemed around the mediocre OL better.
Im sure Trask loves running the option 50% of the time.
I'm not quite sure of what the right adjective is, but for as little experience Trask had and not being a proper fit for the offense, I thought he played pretty well. Definitely too many fumbles and some bad picks (and some "shoulda been" picks), but overall you'd have to agree he exceeded all of our expectations.
Regardless of your opinion on Mullen - this is more about Muschamp. Has any QB he's had gone on to the NFL (without transferring to another program first)? Other than Emory, I believe all of Muschamp's QBs have been ranked higher than Mullen's. Why would a HS QB pick Muschamp? He has an 8+ year track record of disaster offenses and going through OC's every year or two.
I mean sure, that was a bad game. But as we discussed during the season last year, a lot of good adjustments were made and some probably weren’t possible (OL blocking’s, etc). There were still several good games, if memory serves.
OMG he called him Trask.
Because THIS is the year that he’s switching to a more innovative offense!
Chimp or Mullinz?
For sure. I broke down every Trask play in the Spring showing he was legit, but he still far exceeded my expectations. That only adds to my point though. Trask played lights out and had an elite WR/TE group, but we still didnt do shlt against uga, bc the scheme made it so easy to gameplan against. When Trask hits a perfect back shoulder, that's a testament to Trask and Pitts. If we ran rub routes, doubles moves, etc that schemed to get guys open, that would be effective use of his skillset. Only one of those things happened.
Games we used him effectively or games when VJ and Pitts abused people and Trask made great throws into coverage, bc the scheme didn't help him? We played 2 legit Ds and against both, I'm not sure anybody would say we used him effectively. uga was shlt and auburn was 1 long pass against a team we should have matched up well against.
You’re probably right. I’m glad Trask took the initiative to just wing it and overcome the coaches in all but two games. He was so polished coming out of high school that he really didn’t need help.
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