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So Tracy Rocker was Nick Fairley’s position coach in 2010? We could use a little of that.
But not all, please.
I do think our front seven is going to be a huge difference maker this year….and we had better hope they are. Very excited to see our talented DL and OLBs unleashed this season, it may remind us of the old days. Can you say “Junk Yard Dawgs”?
**So Tracy Rocker was Nick Fairley’s position coach in 2010?
True. But there’s never been anything to indicate Rocker was involved in dirty play. He was never like that as a player. And Fairley is still that way with Detroit.
oh yeas, 10′ run def. @Auburn was nasty.
“Coach Rock.” That’s good stuff in and of itself.
Go get me a leaf…. reminds me of Remember the Titans – “You fumble the football, and I will break my foot off in your John Brown hind parts and then you will run a mile. Perfection. Let’s go to work…”
To concur with a earlier post from the Senator, all pictures of Tracy Rocker must go through some badass filter.
LOVING IT! You get the feeling, just from a photograph, that he is a very demanding coach. Good stuff all around and GREAT to see it in Athens!
I bet he has a wallet that says “Bad Mother Fucker” on it. Forgive me if that has been written.
I wonder if these D Coaches came in and said, WTF were they doing here?
Bye bye ‘thug love’, hello coach ‘whoop-ass’
Sounds like things are moving in the right direction. Of course, every year this time we hear how “different” things are this season. I’m excited to see the product on the field. I hope it lives up to the pre season hype.
It’s Dawg porn, man. Live in the moment!
Love when Ray Drew mentions that he was held a lot last year. Yup, that seems about right.
what I like more about it is that he isnt complaining about being held, but working on what he can do to limit the OL ability to hold him. Great stuff.
Agreed! Adjust and adapt…cus the officials are going to be doing you any favors.
Love what Coach Rock is doing. That said, if UGA continues to play a 3-4 base D with a 1-technique NG, and no NG weighs over 300 pounds……..
It’s a long explanation, Mayor, but it should be a lot different for all the techniques. One big one, going from passive to aggressive, was mentioned briefly in the article. Plus, we’ll be in a 4-down set most of the time anyway, for Nickel. And the gaps and shades will vary in all of them, FWIU.
I will take a charging, mobile 290 pounder over a 340 pound guy playing a “slug technique”, especially when the LBs behind him are sitting “Code Red”. I tells you this Kool Aide is danged good son, I do believe it was aged in sherry wood like my fine scotch, but I do straight-up believe we are going to see one of the best front sevens we have seen in, seemingly, forever. That is going to provide cover for those puppies at DBs, in fact, they may find a few wounded ducks coming their way as a result.
I agree that’s what it looks like. So far, so good. And I hated our passive play, and the way we just sat back and responded to everything.
I do straight-up believe we are going to see one of the best front sevens we have seen in, seemingly, forever.
You could be right. I’ve been thinking it.
And it does seem like forever, because it’s been 9 long years. I think we’ll all notice the different style – the speed, the hard play, the physicality, the aggressiveness – even those who don’t know football. It’ll just look different.
I’m trying to keep a lid on expectations the best I can. I know this, I’ll be happy if we just become fundamentally sound again.
” ‘I’m looking forward to it, honestly’ “. Yeah, I would say he has the confidence and attitude of a Junkyard Dawgs Coach. Sic’em.
I feel the ghost of Erk Russell!
Me likey. Hope it is true. We’ve heard it before.
Evey couple of years, our run defense is quite good. 07′, 09′, 11′ all rpetty good. Were due in 14′.
“The younger guys know how important this week is. If they don’t, they’ll definitely find out.”– Davin Bellamy, Chattanooga Times Free Press, 11/20/17
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