Monday morning buffet

Because scrimmaging builds an appetite.

  • Ivan Maisel isn’t too impressed with Tennessee’s offense so far, based on its last scrimmage.
  • Junior offers a few hypocritical remarks in response to Matt Patchan’s “bozo” comment.
  • To counter Negative Grohmentum, Virginia contemplates running the spread with two quarterbacks on the field at once.
  • No doubt the GPOOE™ will be shocked to learn that Urban Meyer likes some of his players better than others.
  • David Cutcliffe is proud to announce that his team leads the nation in something, even if it’s only antiseptic.
  • Carlton Thomas thinks he’s got his pass protection “down pat”.  More significantly, his head coach thinks he understands his pass protections.  If so, his role in the offense this year may be bigger than we think.


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7 responses to “Monday morning buffet

  1. MJ

    “At the end of the day, there’s a lot in life worse than getting a college degree from Florida,” Meyer said

    Yeah, but you can’t actually name on thing worse, can you Urban! LOL


  2. Egatch

    Carlton is going to get mollywhopped by some of these guys he’s going to have to block.


    • D.N. Nation

      Then throw screens to him.


    • dean

      Nobody’s asking to Carlton lock up a guy for 4 or 5 seconds. Just slow’em down. Another 1 to 2 seconds could be the difference between a completion and a sack. At least he knows (or sounds like he knows) his assignments, which puts in front of the curve.


  3. Dog in Fla

    Why won’t anyone at Duke Med tell Cutcliffe, who washes his hands 38 times a day, that Phisohex is an anti-bacterial sudsing agent and H1N1 is a virus?


  4. Macallanlover

    I have had a feeling since spring that Carlton Thomas was going to be the biggest surprise on this year’s offense. Not saying he will be the starter, or the every downback, but he can be a game changer via STs, on the ground, and catching the pass out of the backfield/slot. With CT, RS, and CK, we have much more ability to break long plays than we did with KM. That is not to knock KM at all because had he not been able to break tackles 3 yards deep in the backfield, or gain extra yards in tight spaces we would have lost 2+ more games last season. I just think with this OL, having more speed in the backfield could be very exciting.