Competitive thuddery

I always like it when a coach gets all technical and starts spouting off in jargonese. Here’s something from David Ching’s blog that Mark Richt said yesterday:

“… we’re allowed to be in full pads tomorrow, but we’ll put ’em in shells tomorrow, but we’ll start to engage in the thud aspect of the game and be a bit more competitive.”

Yeah, the “thud” aspect of the game… at some schools that might have been a misprint.

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