Of all the things we’ve complained about this season, we should at least count ourselves lucky that we haven’t had a repeat of this. ‘Cause when that happens, things can get pretty ugly.
Filed under Strategery And Mechanics
Until now it was thought that the only thing Mike Locksley could telegraph was a punch
Not that we know of, at least.
Looking at the pic, I have to think maybe he did catch it after all.
…and his toe may gave grazed one of the green sand piles in the endzone.
Mike Locksley in the house. Can’t be good, can’t it? How’d they ever win four?
The Bull Durham quotes are flowing freely this week. Keep ’em coming.
Marietta High won the 1966 state championship in football because the coaches picked up on film that when Columbus called a pass play one of their linemen barely touched the ground with the tips of his fingers but when it was a run he went down on his knuckles. The Columbus QB (that year’s Georgia Offensive Player of the Year) got sacked multiple times and couldn’t understand why. (“How did they know?”)
“We’re always looking for the aggregate of marginal gains.” — Kirby Smart, The Athletic, 7/16/19
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