This is what LeMay saw from Jordan Jenkins:
As I said, I would have been a little unnerved, too.
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Wish they would have kept this secret, would have been so much sweeter to see him pull it off during a real game. Every team on our schedule will play this clip for the offense during film study, bank on that. Of course, there could be some benefits to that.
I’m wondering why video of a closed practice session got out. Could it be because Leonard Floyd is such a beast that they want opposing teams to focus on Jenkins while Floyd blows things up? Could it be just to make other teams and QBs worry about what’s coming from that side? Or did someone really break a code just to get some anonymous recognition?
It wasn’t up long before it was made unavailable. To met that means someone didn’t want it up.
The awesomest / scariest part was that after he hit the ground from the first leap over the rb, he IMMEDIATELY sprang back up to try to get to the pass.
My thought exactly.
This is going to be a fun year. Disney Dawgs and Eeyore Dawgs mend fences this year. Hicks lines up as the new “Predator” with head gear and face mask to go one on one with “Alien” uSC Clowney. Jenkins flies into the backfield doing his own “Pterodactyl” routine. Saturday just can’t get here fast enough.
There will be some collisions between those, too, and I can’t wait to see them.
Don’t forget “Thor,” as Murray calls Douglas.
A story this morning recounts that Douglas catapulted over a DB in an early scrimmage, and according to Murray, the whole offensive sideline went “beserk.”
Nice catch…. here it is:
“I was running on the offensive side of the field,” Douglas said. “Apparently they had been talking a little trash to Shaq the play before that and so it was the perfect timing, I think. He tried to go low on me and I knew it was coming and went ahead and jumped over him.”
Said Murray: “It was crazy. The whole offensive sideline ran on the field and went berserk.” But the kid is a baller and we will see him this year. “The head coach is certainly impressed with his late recruiting acquisition – especially his pass-blocking instincts.”
They say his best event is the triple jump
Everybody beats up poor Joe Cox about that INT he threw against FU in ’09 but what you saw in the video above in this thread is essentially what he saw on that play, too.
I think I see a guy in a wheelchair on the sideline. It could be a player in rehab, but I think its an example of Coach Richt being a great man and having the time to include someone who got dealt some tough cards.
Looks like Chance Veazey. And yes, I think Richt embodies what is great about college football. I’m not a Christian, but I salute CMR for walking the walk when it comes to his mission in life. Now let’s get him a championship, because nobody deserves it more.
Yes indeed. Well said.
This reminds me of a song lyric- ” he is, a mother f– ing pterodactyl, here to, burn you newwww ass hole….” Appropriate for a musical palate cleanser Senator?
Yeah, but Georgia’s secondary is young and Sammy Watkins had a good freshman year two years ago, thus Georgia’s D will struggle against Clemson. You know what I meme?
Jumping over somebody who is trying to cut you is not that hard but damn he is jumping over a big RB who not only is set to take him straight on but actually stands up during his jump. He still clears him and jumps in front of the QB. I just hope he finishes the year with his knees ok.
I just hope he finishes the year with his nuts ok. 🙂
Oh, and God bless Christian LeMay. I guess he’s got 13 more weeks of going against our #1 D.
Wow. Our blocking sucks.
That leap is a fine athletic feat. But it certainly exposes the “boys” to some punishment that could put a man on the sideline for a spell. Or… would it be targeting if the blocker hit him in the crotch with the crown of his helmet. Good for 15 yards and a tidy suspension.
“It’s like a sign of a pretty good day,” Holyfield said of his first career 100-yard game. “So I had a pretty good day.” — ESPN.com, 9/15/18
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