Somewhere on the border between Dawg porn and happy talk…

… lies this quote:

“They’re bringing in Coach Chaney, and he’s an offensive guru,” outside linebacker Chuks Amaechi said. “Bringing in somebody like Coach Pittman who’s coaching up these O-lineman — it’s kind of hard to beat them in one-on-ones now because Coach Pittman is teaching them techniques that I’ve never seen before. It used to be easier to beat them off the edge, but now it’s getting hard.”  [Emphasis added.]

Hubba hubba.

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16 responses to “Somewhere on the border between Dawg porn and happy talk…

  1. Cojones

    I was already sweaty from doing busy things outside, but you just changed my reason for an afternoon shower. Think I’ll use the rhythmic shower head and keep my nitro within reach outside the shower.

  2. The other Doug

    Me likey

  3. Cojones

    “- it’s kind of hard to beat them..” can be interpreted for the D as saying they can still beat them around the edge. Is this a left-handed compliment of the O-line or is he sayin’ the D isn’t as good as it used to be? 🙂

    • dawgtired

      This is always the question when you practice against yourself. You don’t know if one unit is good or the other is bad. Let’s just hope this is like iron sharpening iron…he competition in practice will make them all better.

      • Otto

        I don’t know if I should be optimistic Dawg or poor mouther Munson Dawg.

        Is it game day yet?

      • 83dawg

        Hah! Yes, yes it is.

        I coach a different sport, but a lot of sports are the same in some ways.

        You start out and you get a lot of good things done practicing against yourself and get a lot of good work in on positioning and recognition and basic technique. Then, as the players get to know each other better you get a lot of good work in on how to work as a team to cover up weak areas and control the flow of the game. Then, the players get to know each other too well and you can teach very little and aren’t getting much accomplished (so you swap out and work on set pieces to start the progression over again).

        But what you really need then is to play someone else–and that reopens the player’s minds for a new learning curve.

  4. Tlkdawg

    No raining on my porn parade! Our offensive line is now better than that of the Dallas Cowboys, and that’s final!

  5. Dawg Vegas

    This is going to be a long week

  6. SlobberKnocker

    So, I’m not in the arena but….

    How many different OL techniques can there really be? Not to knock Pittman as I think he will prove to be a huge upgrade but, does he possess secret OL ninja knowledge?

  7. Sh3rl0ck

    Offensive linemen… techniques that I’ve never seen before

    The last time I heard that phrase come out of the mouth of a Georgia Defender was after the 2012 SEC Championship game. I believe it was John Jenkins in reference to being dominated by the Bama OL to the tune of 350+ yards.

    • Cosmic Dawg

      In fairness, we had nobody on the bench to spell them.

      I will never forget Ogletree basically standing in front of that train and taking the hit and making the tackle.

  8. Jeff Leggett

    Based on G-Day and some early Fall reports, those OL blocking techniques don’t seem to work against D’Andre Walker.