… heat would have had a monster QBR at Georgia’s scrimmage yesterday.
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Wonder how many times they have been in the new IPF so far…..
If I’m not mistaken, they’ve held one preseason practice there so far.
Can’t read the article, but August 8th was their first practice (IPF).
All the QB’s ran out of the shotgun about 85% of the time. Guess they’ve given up on trying to make Eason a pro style QB. D’Andre Swift got lots of carries with first team. He looks real.
He is real, in fact, 1-5 are real…we are hung at RB. Anyone ranking our position group of RBs second to anyone would be off a minimum of one. Our OL doesn’t have to be great for out offense to be effective, just get a hat on someone to temporarily occupy them and a QB that can keep 11 out of the box. Swift will one of the guys available to catch some balls as well.
I think IPF has now been used twice so far, but one or two days inside isn’t the reason for the heat problem Saturday, it has been the cooler, cloudy/rainy days this month and then the highest heat index day for the scrimmage.
So does Holyfield.
Pillow soft, that dude is
I don’t think the IPF has a negative impact on conditioning. Too many successful football
schools in the south have and use them.
“We had young boys step up and make big plays,” [Jordan] Davis said. “We did more with less.” — AB-H, 1/2/20
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