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This is Jake Fromm’s team. Unless he gets hurt, I see no way Fromm allows Fields to pass him.
The Process doesn’t give a shit whose team it is.
If you really think Justin Fields is going to take a snap as the starting QB this season for a reason other than an injury to Fromm, you should go to Vegas and see if they’ll take that bet.
Process or not … Fields has a long way to go to take the job from a Freshman All-American and SEC champion QB.
I was being half sarcastic. Saying the team belongs to a sophomore is ludicrous, even if it IS Fromm. Is he awesome? Yes. Do I think he will be unseated by Fields on merit? No. Is he the only leader on this team? Hardly. Saying it’s ‘his team’ is just sounds silly. Kind of like throwing a $30 million military parade.
It’s his team.
See if you can find the interview where Chubb was asked about Fromm entering the huddle after Eason went down. I’m too lazy to find it for you.
Also, see scouting report below.
What I meant by that is the team rallies around the QB. Fromm is one of the team’s leaders regardless of class.
Got Sr. was a guest at practice yesterday, he’s tight with a prominent HS coach who has a couple of kids being recruited. Scouting report?
I’ll give you the the SFW high points:
“Fromm is the shit, bigger, faster, and smoother than last year.”
“Rodrigo can kick the shit out of a football. Also cute in a nerdy way, shouldn’t have a problem getting laid.”
On the offensive line:
“Ben Cleveland scared me”. (This is impressive because nothing scares Got Sr. So not scared in a worrisome way, more like frightened that Mr. Cleveland would notice him staring and become offended.)
“Isaiah Wilson scared me.”
“The only fat on the offensive and defensive line group is on the freshmen”
On CKS and practice in general:
“The whole practice was constant motion. No wasted time. Very intense,”
“Kirby means business, and if Kirby ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy.”
I’ll see him later this weekend, maybe I can ply him with a few beers and get specifics.
From AJC Dawgnation: second-team offensive line, for what it’s worth: LT D’Marcus Hayes, LG Netori Johnson, C Warren Ericcson, RG Solomon Kindley, RT Cade Mayes. How many years would any of these guys be 2nd team? I cannot think of any. And the cherry on top is there is more on the way in June. I pity Austin Peay.
Meh. For all the talk about players losing their starter status, it doesn’t happen very much. Eason had to be injured in order for Fromm to make the jump last year. Cleveland didn’t supplant Kindley until the 12th game. Several backups get plenty of playing time regardless of who starts.
To paraphrase Crash Davis, these players need to work on their interviews. We need better, juicier quotes for the blogosphere.
All of you are really going to be surprised when Sidd Finch Jr. wins the entire thing. The other day to show he had touch on his passes, as well as velocity, he had 5 grandmas parade out in their best
Sunday dress. Each was carrying an open pot of gravy. Finch dropped passes into the gravy so smoothly, the grandmas did not even get any gravy on them. One remarked, “it felt like a baby angel had touched the gravy pot”. Finch it is, and Fromm and Fields will transfer after the spring game.
“I’m just going to come in, put it the work and get the respect from my teammates and help them do anything I can do to help the team win.” — Tykee Smith, UGASports.com, 4/4/21
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