Looking to the sidelines and getting board

Brophy explains the art/science of calling plays from the sidelines for no-huddle offenses.

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11 responses to “Looking to the sidelines and getting board

  1. Scorpio Jones, III

    Yoicks!!!! Anybody who says football players are dumb is delusional.

    Think it is true Meyer retired because he could not cut and paste?

  2. Macallanlover

    Wish I had stopped at the pic with the Oregon cheerleaders. I hope the Ducks bury the thugs next month in Glendale, but the Oregon cheeleaders are Top 5 every year. Even in the day of masculine, muscular cheerleaders, Oregon puts a fine product out every season. Oh, I may wish for more pizazz in our offense but I really like our method of letting the QB make checks at the line of scrimmage.

  3. ScoutDawg

    Don’t forget those girls wearin’ RED AND BLACK ain’t too knappy themselves.

    • Macallanlover

      I have never been on a campus with a higher percentage of beauties than UGA, and I mean anywhere, but our cheerleaders just aren’t the best we have to offer. Everyone has their own taste, but we have gotten more enamored with gymnastics than beauty….in my opinion. (I also don’t rate the USC song girls very high either, too “california phoney” for me.) Oregon seems to have us beat when it comes to cheerleaders. Thank goodness we have a great variety of ladies on this earth, because there is something for everyone!

  4. Will (the other one)

    A nice day dream I just had: Aaron Murray breaking down film and the playbook so thoroughly in the offseason he successfully lobbies Bobo and Richt to bring back the Fast Break offense, but run it at Oregon speed.

    Could be the best of both worlds there: the tempo of Oregon, but the power and ability to check at the line of pro-style.

  5. James Stephenson

    Man, what ever will these coaches do if they crack down on that crap. If it becomes overblown, the NCAA may step in. Then those coaches will be up a creek without a paddle.

  6. Wish I had stopped at the Oregon cheerleaders as well. Mighty fine.

    But it seems to me, with how many RIDICULOUS call signs there are out there (please read the last column in all of the pictures from the link,) it’s amazing that the nation picked up on Grantham’s choke sign. I probably would have just assumed that was some sort of special teams play call…