Confidence is high.

If you need a reminder of why there’s a down part to Travis Fain’s chart, look no further than this ringing endorsement from Alec Ogletree about the candidates to succeed him at one of the safety spots:

“It’s a great opportunity for both of them to get much more playing time,” Ogletree said. “Since I left, it just opened it up for them. I guess whoever does the best job will win out. I’m pretty sure both of them can still play.”

Well, as long as he’s pretty sure.

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6 responses to “Confidence is high.

  1. 69Dawg

    It’s the “Hitman” baby. No seriously it is.

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  2. Comin' Down The Track

    Kindly refrain from tempering my unreality with reality. Thanks.

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  3. Dawg85

    I am concerned about the safeties but have to assume that CGT knows what he is doing. What does encourage me is stuff like this, from Tavarres King

    The junior wideout has beefed up to 198 pounds after playing at about 182 last season and has enhanced his physical play as the Bulldogs’ offense becomes more of a challenge to the defense with each practice.

    “Just over the last couple of padded practices we’ve had, when I get mid-route and I get pushed or shoved, I’m not off-balance or about to fall over,” King said. “In man-to-man combat, I’ve gotten a lot better there as well.”

    That gets me a little juiced.

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  4. Go Dawgs!

    Why do we need safeties? Or cornerbacks or linebackers for that matter? Big John’s just gonna sack the quarterback on every down anyway.

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  5. shane#1

    None of these guys had played in a three four ere last year. Let’s hope they have the basics down and can just play without having to stop and think.

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  6. travis fain

    Chart is no longer accurate, because I just thought about our secondary. Back in the basement.

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