Rub a little dirt on it, son, and get back in there.

You know, this ain’t too shabby.

Even if you throw the Clemson stats in there, Daniels has a 185.38 passer rating on third down.  That’s good for second in the conference.


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14 responses to “Rub a little dirt on it, son, and get back in there.

  1. The zip on his passes is noticeably different since Clemson. I think we’re going to learn one day that he was more injured than they let on, and that dictated the short passes just as much as the defense Clemson played.

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    • Texas Dawg

      I suspect you are 100% correct. I can think of no other reason why (given Monken’s history) they didn’t try to stretch the field against Clemson even 1 time. Short and (a few) intermediate passes only.


  2. Can’t beat that 3rd down conversion rate…hope that maintains at that high level

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  3. stoopnagle

    Keeping in mind that it’s South Carolina and Vanderbilt, too. Looking forward to seeing him wreck a defense with a pulse next.

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  4. Hogbody Spradlin

    Last year he did some of his best work on third down. Kudos to Todd Monken too for well designed plays on third down.

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  5. rigger92

    If this keeps up when we have a third down in Jax grantham will not blitz, rush 3, and we’ll toss sweep to Bowers for 6.


    • moe pritchett

      I love B19 but if we’re running a toss sweep it needs to be KM2, ZW3, or JC4 or maybe KennyMac. Put BB in the flat or an out route where he can’t be covered. McConkey on a speed sweep works we have seen cause he’s actually on of the 5 fastest on the team according to Kirby. I do like BB a lot be he needs to be that underneath guy or the one on a outside go route.

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  6. bcdawg97

    I ❤️ Monken

    That is all…

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  7. uga97

    Clempsuns offense sure helps out defenses. We will find out really who we are this weekend.