Stetson’s day at the office

Here are all of his offensive plays against Tennessee.

He missed a few things out there and was lucky the long throw to Pickens wasn’t intercepted.  But I’ll say it again — it’s rare when there isn’t at least one open receiving option on a passing play.  That is a sea change from what we watched last season.  More time, more experience, and this offense should improve.


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10 responses to “Stetson’s day at the office

  1. ApalachDawg aux Bruxelles

    the mailman has delivered. lets hope he continues his postal routes with great efficiency and precision

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  2. gastr1

    Trey Hill made the football look like a mini Nerf ball. I’m still amazed he made that play…great hustle.

    One of the benefits of all these throws over the middle is yards after the catch. I like it. I really like McIntosh out of the backfield and big targets like McKitty and Washington over the middle. Added bonus that those dudes can run.

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  3. dawgtired7

    “The mailman”, Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night (nor SEC defenses) stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.

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  4. Need to rewatch the game, but that toss into double coverage to Pickens was a head scratcher. LIke all other games so far this season (like you state), very impressed with the route trees and play of the WRs and Bennett seems to be on point (maybe holding on a bit long this past game, though?). Really liking the way McIntosh runs the ball. I’m a big Monken fan…definitely agree that for the first time in a while I have confidence in our play calling for a whole game. I liked the way we worked Burton into the game with run plays as well. While I’m definitely concerned with how our offense will play vs. Bama, I feel like Bennett has the right mentality leading the team out there to give our best shot at this point in time.

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  5. W Cobb Dawg

    Its all because SBIV has unusually large hands. We need to get that factoid into the lexicon somehow, Brother Bluto.


  6. Russ

    The more reps he gets with the first team, the better the offense will be. They are all still learning each other (and Monken) at this point. By SECCG time, we should be clicking on all cylinders.


  7. Russ

    Hill’s second snap nearly hit the aerial camera over the field.


  8. TripleB

    He looked a lot better on TV than from the upper deck in the East end-zone. He’s a gamer.


  9. Dawg in Austin

    I’m still very concerned about his accuracy and throwing into tight windows when you play against better defensive talent. And he really struggles to identify blitzes, and doesn’t appear to be able to check out of plays without coaching assistance. The latter can be chalked up to a new scheme and no spring practice, but I’m really concerned about it for this weekend. Of course, as long as we win the rest of our games it won’t matter. I’m just still not convinced he can take this offense to the mountaintop.