Discussion in 'Recruiting' started by govols182, Aug 24, 2015.
In that case, ask him.
Yeah, but I also bet you will hit that pause button if something is off that needs to be corrected.
Seems like that was kind of the philosophy for the really good offenses USC had during the Carroll era.
Look at Kiffin's one year here. Tennessee ran about 20 plays on offense, but eventually they ran them like clock work
Yeah there’s just so much that you can run.
Most of it is the same stuff with different window dressing
Yeah but quick and to the point.
Without the back in my day speech and bullshit.
What I love is when defense is correcting something in practice and offense is ready to run another play.
Makes sense. I think they're the only school where the NCAA had to step in to prevent their team chaplain from recruiting.
Really hope Kirby is Butch'ng Georgia.
If the fake punt ended their peak, how fun could it be.
To my knowledge they aren't using the team chaplain bagman route, but I could be wrong.
That's not called recruiting, that's called offering salvation.
So, they aren't Auburning
I’m at a really small ass school. We generally only have like 17 out.
I’ll never forget when we played a team two classes bigger than us for their 8th grade night.
They had 24 8th graders and we just had 16 6-8 grade.
Nope, and I should have put that originally.
The bagm....I mean chaplain that Muschamp took with him to SC still there?
You do a lot of half line practice?
A little bit but way more small group. Like inside and outside scrimmage
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