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Discussion in 'Main Sports Forum' started by Musclepug, Sep 27, 2020.
Muschamp taught our DBs to hold. Eventually they learned to hold legally. Might be tough to combat.
and they don't know how to tackle
Unfortunately, ours would seem to have some work to do in the tackling department as well.
remember when we had Reggie nelson? we got away from trying to play Earl Anthony Joyner outside of the box. he just wasn't very good in coverage but was a lot of help and run support. we were pretty undersized on the line back then too and needed him up the up front. when I first saw Reggie Nelson running off the screen and like 17 yd deep I thought at first it was a punt defense. maybe we need to do something like that if we can find somebody back there who can tackle and is fast. obviously that's not Stiner.
This might be MOM but what happened to Lingard? Is he still hurt? I don't remember hearing his name at all last week.
Wells score a TD?????????
Not sure if it’s been posted but looks like Emory might be out for a bit so AR is now #2...better keep Trask healthy
Would love to see us jump all over SC and get a big lead, and just give AR15 the fourth quarter for experience.
SDS posted tweet saying EJ has a brace on his throwing hand. Mullen said he expects everyone who should be available to be ready barring any Covid positive test results. Says under the circumstances this year he will no longer discuss injuries or absences.
From what I've heard he's having trouble with the playbook and QB protection. We've got a solid stable of RBs, but he could be a difference maker if he gets his schist together. We won't know much about injury status as LongTooth reported what Mullen said 'will no longer discuss injuries or a absences'.
I hope we do too. I'm not a coach or a former player, and don't pretend to comprehend the nuances of the game like some here obviously do. But a blind man can see that Stiner and McWilliams are subpar talent-wise and cannot be relied upon against any O with a pulse. Apparently, we have some quality help on the way at safety - with a chance at more yet to come. Unfortunately, the need for improved secondary play is immediate and the answer to the current void at safety remains illusive - to say the least. I'm more optimistic about the CBs as long as McWilliams is not a significant factor in the rotation. It would really suck if the season tanks because of the apparent paucity of talent/coaching at those positions.
SC gave us trouble the last two years; we were down 20-17 in the 4th quarter last year (we scored 3 TDs in about 5 minutes to win by double digits) and in 2018 we were down 10 going into the 4th quarter and made the big comeback to win 35-31. I wouldn't expect a blowout - but if we do blow them out I'll take it as a good sign.
Trask is the key to a big year regardless of who backs him up. Honestly though, AR looks like a monster talent and the prototypical fit for DM's O. I can't help but look forward to the battle between those two for the QB job once Trask moves on.
Agreed on all accounts but AR is not ready. I’d still feel pretty comfortable with Emory running the offense if Trask went down.
If pass pro is an issue, than he definitely won't see the field much with EJ injured. Can't afford for anyone to get clean shot on KT.
One of SC starting corners and linebackers is out for this game. I know their defense will be better than Ole Miss and they have played us tough the last 2 years, but I think Trask is going to light them up.
You jack offs are the only one's I've seen mention Jones apparent hand injury, fuching loyalgator didn't start that rumor did he?
Apparently someone saw him on campus with a wrist brace
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