10-11-12

Regarding this twitter thread,

… the biggest thing I gleaned from it was a confirmation of what I saw from the stands:  the offensive line dominated all game long.  And that was without Isaiah Wilson, who, by the way, returned to practice yesterday.

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14 responses to “10-11-12

  1. josh hancher

    Thanks senator! I texted @Gators _Hater and said same! Our line is better than advertised. Blocking significant potion of the time with 5. Having blocking TEs that can be audibled to slot or block should get Fromm is lots of favorable matchups

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  2. bulldogbry

    I’m going to learn video editing skills just so I can make a close up gif of Cade Mays assaulting that guy on Cager’s TD.

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  3. TOMC

    Man, Cade Mays #77 is a beast. Watch him just dominate his man twice on the second touchdown highlight on the goal line to Cager.
    DOMINANT!

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  4. tbia

    But then you have the SOB sitting next to me last Saturday who wonders why we think the line is so damn good after one of the few decent plays Ark St made.

    Hate those “Fans”.

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    • With Bobo gone, some folks gotta find something else to bitch about.

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      • Got Cowdog

        Well, It’s Bobo’s fault that we act this way in the first place 😉

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      • Uglydawg

        As I stood looking at the huge cargo ship lying on it’s port side on the edge of the channel between the SSI and Jekyll piers, I wondered how Bobo managed it. For those of you that haven’t seen it yet..you will be shocked at how large it is..esp from the beach on SSI. The bottom (seen from Jekyll) is painted Gator orange so I consider the wreck to be a symbolic omen. We were dining in Iguana’s and a Gator fan and his family (all decked out in Gator garb..shirts, hats, even shoes) were sitting in the booth directly adjacent to ours. We had on some UGA stuff. I tried repeatedly to make eye contact with the jortsman so I could just give a mocking grin but he wasn’t having any of it. It’s a great time to be a Dawgs fan!

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  5. Faltering Memory

    I went to the Central Michigan vs Wisconsin game in Madison two weeks ago. Same kind of guy.

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  6. JCDawg83

    I felt bad for the Ark State player who obviously pulled a hamstring chasing McIntosh.

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    • Russ

      Hopefully just a cramp, but I never did hear.

      I did feel bad for their DB #1 who was playing pretty good coverage and defense until he got hurt. He was from Atlanta and you knew he had a bunch of friends/family in the stands for the game. Never did see him come back in.

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  7. Tony Barnfart

    I know what the personnel means on paper, but how do they (stats gurus who study it) determine exactly what to call some of these bunched up groupings where the wingback/slot/H-back is such a flexible position ? Take the one about 3 TEs… obviously they’re doing it by the player designation at that point (ie wolfe is a “tight end”) but the H-Back / slot receiver looks can have different guys in them.

    Is that Jumbo look a “23” when the wingback is Eli Wolfe…. but what if it was Cager (22?) or even Cook (32?) ?

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    • Tony Barnfart

      Better stated, what makes somebody who must line up off the line of scrimmage a receiver, running back or tight end ? Wolfe and Cook would be the most obvious examples of where confusion plays in given their hybrid use.

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