You know you want it…
- Call it zone read, midline option, whatever. All I know is that I dread watching Georgia defend running quarterbacks.
- Speaking of which, blitzing Cam Newton hasn’t been the world’s greatest strategy: “… all five of his interceptions this season have come when teams have dropped back at least seven defenders into coverage. And when teams have blitzed, Newton has been lethal. He’s completing 70.8 percent of his passes to go along with seven touchdown passes and no interceptions when teams come after him with extra defenders.”
- Here’s another look at the 3-4 defense in college football.
- Mark Richt explains his signing philosophy.
- Chris Marve, less than two weeks off of arthroscopic knee surgery, plans on playing tomorrow.
- And Vanderbilt Sports Line has a musical question for you (and some weird speculation).
- Talk about closing the barn door waaay after the horse is gone…
- UT fan loses a bet on the Georgia game.
- Instead of suggesting that Georgia’s loss to Colorado might wind up being worse that Ole Miss’ loss to 1-AA Jacksonville State, perhaps Brian Harbach ought to consider Georgia Tech’s loss to Kansas as a benchmark for 2010 suckitude.