Today, in Dawg porn

For those of you hoping that a change of playcallers will lead to a change of attitude in the offense, here’s former Miami QB Brad​ Kaaya ($$) talking about James Foley Coley, who was his offensive coordinator there.

“(He’s) an aggressive, attacking type of play-caller,” Kaaya said. “We always had good game plans. I thought we always went after the defense’s weakness. I guess just relentless. Each week the game plan — obviously we had our roles that we stick to — but we also have a personalized game plan that was aimed at exploiting a team’s weaknesses.”

I don’t know about you, but I’d be up for exploiting a few goal line defenses.

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25 responses to “Today, in Dawg porn

  1. Jim

    Who is James Foley?

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  2. We all have our fingers crossed here. Dear Lord, give me someone who is exactly what described. I have never understood why teams quit attacking the weakeness of another team until they stop you… My Dawgs are at the top of that list…

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  3. J-DawG

    No matter how aggressive he is it won’t matter if Kirby puts the brakes on.

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    • Dawg1

      Yeah, Muschamp’s O became almost pedestrian vs the sprinter;’s pace he showed at the spring game, but Kirby likes to hunt, and the fake FG against both LSU and Auburn and Fake Punt show it isn’t in his nature to back off completely.

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    • stoopnagle

      Bingo.

      The OC isn’t doing anything Kirby doesn’t want him to. That’s why I always giggled a little at the anti-Cheney crowd. Kirby told us all that he would be involved in every part of the program when he was introduced. If anyone looks at The Process and thinks Kirby is giving anyone a long leash, hey, good luck with that!

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  4. Greg

    Cool…..but just not so sure that “Mr. Impose Your Will” will give him the total freedom to operate.

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  5. illinidawg

    Hell yes, let’s bitch about Kirby!

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    • Greg

      therapeutic, try it….or you can just bury your head in the sand.

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    • Derek

      Don’t you realize how much these posters around here can contribute to our schematics? They know football. More than some 7 figure dollar a year know it all too.

      Greg should make Kirby read the comments here as part of his contract so:

      1) he’ll recognize that he’s the problem and
      2) he get such wonderful suggestions!!

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  6. Similar things were said about Schotty. Not saying that Cooley won’t necessarily do a good job, but it is the hype season.

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  7. Last year it seemed Fromm would come alive after running a 2:00 minute drill in the first half. I would like to see Coley do some hurry-up earlier in games to get Jake settled in.

    On the question, Kirby wants to pound the rock and break the opponent’s will. It works, but you do have to have a fallback plan to win.

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    • Last year it seemed Fromm would come alive after running a 2:00 minute drill in the first half. I would like to see Coley do some hurry-up earlier in games to get Jake settled in.

      Given how amazing he looks when running it, I’ve joked (been sad?) multiple times during the OC hiring process that Fromm running the no-huddle is the “why don’t they build the whole plane out of the black box” argument for the Georgia offense

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    • Jack Klompus

      This is so true. Could it be a clock control issue with Kirby? Whatever it is, it would be nice to see this a few more times in a game to wear the defense out even more. Pound, pound, pound the ball for a while and then let Jake run the hurry up a few times. Would take the steam out of the D fo sho.

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  8. ApalachDawg

    Spurrier was the master of exploiting the weakness over and over and over again

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    • stoopnagle

      He was also really good at getting impatient and frustrated when he couldn’t fling it around as much as he liked.

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  9. UGA '97

    Yep exploit our own weaknesses is a good start.

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  10. Thatguy

    If I never see another goddamned jet sweep on _ and goal, it’ll be too goddamned soon. Let’s hope that Coley loses that fucking play from the previous regime’s playbook.

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  11. MGW

    As all DC’s intend to “be multiple and get after the QB”, every OC intends to “exploit weaknesses”. They may also refer to it “creating mismatches” or “taking what the defense gives us”.

    Still, it’s good to hear.

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