Today, in this is good, right?

D’Andre Walker, the model of an efficient beast.

Talk about making the most of your opportunities…

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8 responses to “Today, in this is good, right?

  1. bulldogbry

    Paul Johnson disagrees that this is good.

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  2. Since the beginning of time: you don’t defend the triple option, you attack it. You dictate where the ball goes, and you make those reads happen faster than the qb can process it.

    Every once in a while, you get a true badass option QB (Tommie Frazier comes to mind) who can make the correct reads at any speed. But more often than not, you’re going to overwhelm him and create the negative plays that kill it.

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    • Macallanlover

      Exactly right, sounds simple but this is how you win against it. That center gap dive is the key though and Jordan Davis was whipping those boys up front. He and Ledbetter set the tone and our ILBs and perimeter guys leaned up. Dismantled it in a way I didn’t think we were capable of without R. Kudos gentlemen.

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  3. St. Johns Dawg

    One of the best-coached, disciplined UGA efforts against Tech’s offense I’ve ever seen. When Tech couldn’t draw our young defense offsides twice in the game, it was clear to me the boys came to play … And play they did. Very impressive effort all around.

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  4. Bulldog Joe

    Didn’t appear to be many wrinkles in the defensive game plan other than the line shifts everyone does before the snap against the triple option. Its was clear early on that GT didn’t want to pitch the ball much on the wet field.

    Simple offense calls for a simple defense. Just get past the smaller guy in front of you, work upfield and punish your assigned back. Over and over again.

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  5. W Cobb Dawg

    As much as I love Walker’s play, I think Herring was the man of the day. What a great breakout game.

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