There’s two kinds of fast.

Physically fast and football fast.  Allow Channing Tindall to demonstrate both on the same play.

When preparation and talent come together, it’s a beautiful thing.


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40 responses to “There’s two kinds of fast.

  1. Derek

    Travon Walker looks pretty fast too.

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  2. theotherdoug

    In the first quarter Clemson learned that UGA was going to be in the backfield immediately after the snap so running between the tackles or deep passes weren’t going to happen.

    In the second quarter they learned that UGA is too fast for them to turn the corner and get up field.

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  3. Russ

    I think Clemson knew it was going to be a long night right about then.

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  4. Scotty King

    When Clemson had offensive success (relatively speaking) was when we didn’t blitz.

    And, yes, our defensive speed was awesome!


  5. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    Ugleiuglei looked like the proverbial deer in the headlights most of the night. I wish we had shown a little more offense, but it is hard to imagine what could have been better as far as the defense goes. I am sure in meetings today Kirby, Dan, et al are pointing some things out, but I can’t imagine it.

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  6. Got Cowdog


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  7. classiccitycanine

    One of the highlights of the night. Hope Tindall has a big year. He’s had the physical talent, but not always the football IQ. That play looks like physical talent paired with football IQ.

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  8. tenesseewasnevergreat

    That play was Roquan-esqe

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  9. Didn’t Tindall also make a good play on a flare to one of the backs where he just blew up what would have been a likely first down against an Almost Competitive defense?

    Did everyone see us blow up the one time they tried a wheel route?

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  10. silvercreekdawg

    Even Herbie got caught saying, Wow” on the broadcast before CT41 made the tackle.

    SEC speed is just different…

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  11. 69Dawg

    Speed kills.

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  12. The Truth

    Tindall’s speed was one of my “oh, shit” moments in this game ( in a good way).

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  13. gurkhadawg

    Ya can’t block’um if ya can’t see’um.

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  14. practicaldawg

    We’re truly living in the golden age of defense at UGA with CKS at the helm.

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  15. Ran A

    They have been hyping this Shipley kid since he got on campus. And he very well might end up being a gd one. But I have no doubt that this kid had never ran across someone who was 20+ pounds heavier that could that easily run him down. Shock and Awe…

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  16. An under appreciated fast from this game and going forward is / will be Arian Smith flying down the field to down punts. He must have had 3 in Saturday’s game within the 10 yard line.

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    • originaluglydawg

      Great point. Keeping Clemmons backed up like that was huge. It gave the defense a great advantage!
      Tip of the hat to the whole special teams squads!

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  17. Texas Dawg

    This defense is as fast if not faster than the Roquan defense. Even the big’uns are fast.

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  18. And we covered wheel routes! Plural!

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  19. RangerRuss

    It’s nice when a squad meets expectations. The Dawgs D did just that. Outfuckingstanding.

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  20. Dawglicious

    He was still accelerating when he made the tackle. My goodness

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  21. junior1119

    I said it when I first saw him commit to UGA he reminded me of Roquan the way he tracked down people sideline to sideline. Hoping this dude has a great year. I think it’s his time to step up! Defense all around played better than I think I’ve ever seen. My dad said for a second he thought Erk must have been on that sideline coaching that team!!!

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  22. pedropossum

    Favorite play of the game.