Wednesday morning buffet

Mornin’, campers.

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11 responses to “Wednesday morning buffet

  1. PDawg30577

    I just hope the Tech guy is able to coach the chop blocking out of them.

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  2. Bulldog Joe

    “We are a developmental program, so we don’t call them scout teams.”

    Makes sense for GT. Talent differential between the developmental team and the first team is narrow. Just about anyone has a chance to move up.

    Wonder how many can remember how to run The Citadel’s offense?

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  3. I could rattle off all the returners and what they’ve done and mention the possible weaknesses (linebacker, if you’re curious) but the point is— there’s enough talent on this roster to cover those weaknesses against anybody but an elite team.

    I mean – I get that most of the comments from the RMN piece are tongue-in-cheek, but arguing that the linebacker corps is the weak spot in the defense seems a bit misguided, to put it lightly. If anything, the LB spot is the most elite position group on the field for UGA next season outside of the OL.

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  4. Tony Barnfart

    The Mizzou-UGA preview byline is the greatest: “either a measuring stick game or a great opportunity for some solid exercise outdoors”

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  5. I actually think the “developmental team” approach makes a lot of sense. Even a stopped clock is right twice a day, I suppose.

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  6. 30904Dawg

    Sagarin favors 4 of 5 teams ranked ahead of UGA to lose in Athens. Oklahoma the exception; small but significant correction

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  7. Comin' Down The Track

    Fairly certain Mr. Clark is the scariest dude named Tyler on the entire planet
    LOL. Okay, we see you, ‘ZOU. We see you.

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  8. Classic City Canine

    We can laugh at Geoff for all the goofy marketing and no one should minimize the tall task ahead of him, but I think he’s got a chance to succeed at Tech (aka being the annual sacrificial lamb to Clemson in the ACC title game). I like the developmental team concept and I think it’s particularly useful for a team like Tech that is overhauling the entire football scheme.

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