From Seth Emerson’s piece today on Brock Vandagriff ($$):
“What you need to understand is we’re going to run what fits our players,” Monken said, according to Brock. “If it’s pass-run 50-50, then we’re going to do that. If it’s pass first, if it’s run first. I do believe we’re going to open up the passing game more. But to be successful in the SEC you have to run the ball — we’re not going to get away from that.”
“I do believe we’re going to open up the passing game more.” Be still, my heart.
Now, if only Kirby’s cool with that.
This is fine.
Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) American Heritage five-star James Williams named Alabama, Clemson, and Georgia as his top three, all out-of-state programs. If the rankings held, that would mean the No. 1 prospect in the state of Florida could be leaving the Sunshine State for the fifth time in the last six years.
No, really, it is.
When Mullen can’t even take advantage of down programs at his two biggest in state rivals to keep the best Florida talent home — with the top defensive coordinator in the country, to boot! — that is the very definition of fine.