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    Re: Conference Championship

    Rain.
  2. Thread: Difference Maker

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    Re: Difference Maker

    Make him too predictable and he won't get as many yards, for sure. That happened late in the game, actually.

    We need a good mix and most of all we need to be less predictable, which is one of the...
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    Re: Going conservative with the lead

    Another good thing was that our guys were turning close coverage into "jump balls" by putting both hands up and making a show of contesting for the ball. That resulted in at least 2 or 3 no-calls on...
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    Re: Going conservative with the lead

    And yet, every time they threw deep, we had 2 or 3 guys right there with the receiver. So we have found a better solution. The only long passes they completed were due to NFL-type catches in the...
  5. Re: [GAME THREAD] Football vs. Coastal Carolina (October 19 - 3:00 PM)

    :-)
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    Re: Might hurt more to be a dog fan today

    Yup. Except for CCU, the ones toward the bottom of the list, with the toughest schedules, will have a harder time going bowling.
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    Might hurt more to be a dog fan today

    They have a way better team and a way better record than us (just so that is out of the way) but two dreams died in that flukey game yesterday. Three if you include the kicker's.

    First, UGA is...
  8. Thread: 1990

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    Re: 1990

    In 1985 the players attributed the scheme to Paul. I remember one (maybe Tracy or Tony Belser) said he was a "genius" for inventing it. Ben may have "planted seeds" (and there are always earlier...
  9. Thread: 1990

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    Re: 1990

    Was that the Eastern Kentucky game that ended our Paulson win streak?
  10. Re: [GAME THREAD] Football vs. Louisiana (September 28 - 6:00:00 PM)

    https://www.google.com/search?q=china+route+football+play
  11. Re: [GAME THREAD] Football vs. Louisiana (September 28 - 6:00:00 PM)

    Yeah, he was putting down the local pundits (such as people on this board) saying they didn't know anything about football...probably didn't even know what a China Route was. That struck a lot of...
  12. Re: [GAME THREAD] Football vs. Louisiana (September 28 - 6:00:00 PM)

    Why didn't he try something surprising? Something they wouldn't expect?
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    Re: This game should put to bed the notion...

    And, then, if that happens, you lose your coach. Guaranteed.
  14. Re: [GAME THREAD] Football at Minnesota (September 14 - 3:30:00 PM)

    I think they are concentrating on making sure they catch the ball. I approve, actually. They were dropping a lot of those last year as they prepared to run for glory.
  15. Re: [GAME THREAD] Football at Minnesota (September 14 - 3:30:00 PM)

    We were going for another interception...
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    Re: Darion Anderson and JD King

    I'm glad you mentioned that, because one GOOD thing that stood out from the Maine game was our receivers PRIORITIZING CATCHING THE BALL. In previous years they often showed poor technique in...
  17. Thread: Now what?

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    Re: Now what?

    I tend to agree with this, especially since Tomlin did well enough that another week's experience would be valuable and shape him up further as a valuable #2. That way Werts can heal. Shoulders can...
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    Re: Justin Tomlin For The Win!

    I actually thought Tomlin had good touch (and said as much to my wife during the game) if you define "touch" as a gentle, easy to catch velocity. The problem was that a half dozen of his passes were...
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    Re: Satterfield and Louisville looking good

    Could be DeBesse didn't see any point in showing anything. I sure hope. Could be DeBesse is burned out. Hope not.
  20. Thread: Depth Chart: LSU

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    Re: Depth Chart: LSU

    If it was so obvious to us that slow punting was a major vulnerability, it was to Lunsford also. I'm just glad he did something about it.
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    Re: Former Eagle Named Rabun County Head Coach

    Ha. It really helps a head football coach in his first year to bring in a great quarterback, to say the least. That's how Hatcher succeeded right away at Valdosta State: he brought a QB to Valdosta...
  22. Thread: LED Lighting

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    Re: LED Lighting

    Potentially both because you get a lot more light with the same electrical consumption, so they can use the existing circuitry and add more brightness if they want to (and they will want to).
  23. Thread: Walk on punter

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    Re: Walk on punter

    Has anybody noticed things are shaping up rather nicely for our eaglets?
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    Re: Can Debesse and this team...

    Fritz did great but we literally had the weakest FBS schedule in the country in his first year, IIRC. That helped!
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    Re: NOT COCAINE PER BIG FRANK

    "In 2016, the New York Times and ProPublica found that field-testing drug kits, which cost about $2 a piece, are wildly inaccurate. False positives can result from officer errors, the weather or poor...
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