Dawg porn, day two

Another entertaining slide show from Dawg Post.

The tight ends are an impressive looking bunch.  And how ’bout that Figgins/Samuel backfield?  It won’t lack for size, that’s for sure.

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UPDATE:  Chip Towers thinks so, too.

… Checking out the running backs and it’s interesting to note the varieties of players Georgia has back there. Sometimes you have FB Bruce Figgins (6-4, 275) and TB Richard Samuel (6-2, 238) back there and others you have Zander Ogletree (5-9, 220) and Carlton Thomas (5-7, 170) or Brandon Harton (5-6, 174). I must admit, though, when the Dogs run a toss sweep with Isaiah Crowell or Samuel following Figgins around one end, it looks pretty impressive. And Crowell has that class tailback look, kind of bowed-legged, always looking balanced with tremendous cutting ability.

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UPDATE #2:  Figgins has also noticed.

… It’s certainly a formidable sight when Figgins is running around the end leading the 6-2, 240-pound Samuel on a power sweep.

“I think people will be a little intimidated by it,” Figgins said. “That’s 500 pound moving right there. And Richard’s not slow at all. I have to speed up just to get going ahead of him because he’ll run up your back if you don’t. I think we’ll be able to move some people out of the way.”

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18 responses to “Dawg porn, day two

  1. Hogbody Munson

    Two tight ends to one side, Figgins in the backfield lead blocking, toss sweep to Crowell or Samuel. Next time in that formation, watch ‘em load up, then audible a counter to the other side with Figgins leading.

    Ah, the run from scrimmage. I just discovered it.

  2. Hogbody Spradlin

    Sorry Larry. I forgot to change the name back.

  3. Stoopnagle

    I like the look of Samuel.

  4. Eric

    Justin Scott-Wesley looks like a beast, especially for a freshman

  5. Irishdawg

    I’m still impressed with the visual results of Tereshinski’s new strength program. The guys look like Spartans out there.

  6. Macallanlover

    OK, I have been trying to hold back but the Porn show has me stimulated and rising to the occasion to make the first out-on-the-limb call: Richard Samuel will be the biggest offensive surprise of the season. With RS’s size and Figgins leading the way, I am feeling we can overcome the lack of depth at OL. They may be tough yards, but we will have the ability to grind it out. I feel the receivers will be solid with Marlon Brown and da Wooten playing big roles.

  7. FatDaddyDawg

    eric i agree I had to look at the picture 3 or 4 times cause I thought it was miss labeled.

  8. Turd Ferguson

    It’s been said a thousand times before, but damn, we’ve got an impressive group of TEs. With the sorts of question marks that we’ve got at OL and WR, we had better put those TEs to good use.

    Also, does anyone have any idea how the battle between Mason and Lemay for 2nd string QB is going? Or is there even a battle?

  9. haws1178

    What would be nice is before and after pics of JT’s conditioning along with how much each has gained or lost in weight and speed. To me lynch looked like a monster. I know I’m older than him but I would still have to say yes sir and no sir to a guy that size lol

  10. Ginny

    Richard Samuel and Bruce Figgins are scary.

  11. Coach T’s secret? The Mandelbaum drills shown in this hi-tech slide show

    http://www.life.com/gallery/49171/image/3209231#index/0

  12. Toronto Dawg

    Mandelbaum, Mandelbaum, Mandelbaum!!!!

  13. Biggity Ben

    A quick Justin Scott Wesley search turns up some pretty good results. From the look of it, he is a naturally built dude. He was already pretty yoked for a high school kid. However, it does seem like he’s put on a couple pounds for sure

  14. IveyLeaguer

    Samuel looks good for sure. Just hope he’s different than before .. there’s a he moved to LB. Kudos to him for taking one for the team, it could end up costing him a pro career.

    To me, the biggest thing is before he ran too high. He’s not a natural runner, he’s a straight ahead guy. So he’ll have to run lower in order to achieve some balance … that’s why an arm was enough to knock him to the ground or bring him down. And I don’t recall him running over anybody.

    But if he can figure out how to run low, he may be able to run through some tackles have some LB’s and safeties bounce off of him. And of course he’s already valuable in pass protect.
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  15. Cojones

    Malcome has his groin limp back.