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Thread: QUESTION - an articcle about GSUs offense grond attack

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    Default QUESTION - an articcle about GSUs offense grond attack

    This is a (PLEASE DONT FLAME TALON POST! STRANGE RIGHT!

    EagleWrath corrected me that we do not run the Pistol Option but the (Shotgun Triple Option)



    Our new Head Coach stated that our 2018 offensive playbook was not totally used, but this year our offense will be more advanced.
    *I have been corrected in the use of the term Pistol Option.
    This article was written after Fritz's 2014 GSU season on his run game. It has both diagrams and videos.

    Does this article emulate what our new HC wants to do with our Offensive run game??????????????????????????

    https://rileykolstefootball.com/2018...hern-run-game/



    Valley Boy - I do not care what any fan, game announcer, or sports writer call the offense that Georgia Southern runs as long our Eagles win football games,

    TALON - I understand where you are comming from Valley. But if I'm going to study the offense for the upcoming season I want to be studying the right system. Many people now have stated that we do not run the Pistol Option so I was saving the wrong articles to read. Luckily I never started reading them yet, I just saved the sites.
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    Klak tells me that “Grond” was the “hammer of the underworld,” the mace wielded by Morgoth.

    EagleWrath adds that “Grond” was also what the armies of Minas Morgul (in tribute to the original Dark Lord, no doubt) named the battering ram they used to destroy the gate of Minas Tirith during the Battle of Pelennor Fields.

    I’m beyond excited to hear we’ve got one now!
    Thanks, Rastabot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pete4256 View Post
    Klak tells me that “Grond” was the “hammer of the underworld,” the mace wielded by Morgoth.

    EagleWrath adds that “Grond” was also what the armies of Minas Morgul (in tribute to the original Dark Lord, no doubt) named the battering ram they used to destroy the gate of Minas Tirith during the Battle of Pelennor Fields.

    I’m beyond excited to hear we’ve got one now!
    Dear Mr. Pete
    I respect your posts, but do not want to get the Flight Line posters mad about what the name is for our type of option attack GSU has..

    Please look at the site that I posted for the Fritz 2014 season and tell me if this will be our running attack looks.

    I really don't want to be looking up the wrong things anymore!
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    The link is broken, but I think it’s the one I already cut up to get rid of all the power plays, isn’t it?

    For 2019, you’ll see what we saw in 2018. I hope—and suspect—we’ll be better at blocking the IZ, so maybe we’ll see more big plays.

    We installed the system last year, so I don’t expect major differences.
    Last edited by pete4256; 21st May 2019 at 07:58 PM.
    Thanks, Rastabot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pete4256 View Post
    The link is broken, but I think it’s the one I already cut up to get rid of all the power plays, isn’t it?

    For 2019, you’ll see what we saw in 2018. I hope—and suspect—we’ll be better at blocking the IZ, so maybe we’ll see more big plays.

    We installed the system last year, so I don’t expect major differences.


    I replaced it but you can try this one! If it is the videos from your posts I just needed the diagrams before I saw the play run!

    https://rileykolstefootball.com/2018...hern-run-game/
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    That’s a really interesting article!

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    Default Re: QUESTION - an articcle about GSUs offense grond attack

    Some pretty good stuff, most of it I understand. No we could not play a grond attack, Minnesota probably will with their 350-400 lb Lineman and some 250-260 lb FB.

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    Default Re: QUESTION - an articcle about GSUs offense grond attack

    I WOULD LIKE TO THANK PIKE51 For posting these sites to me on Talon Talk!


    TALON - Here are some links you might want to look at if you are wanting to study up on our offense:

    https://www.underdogdynasty.com/geor...rd-bob-debeese

    https://www.si.com/college-football/...y-georgia-tech

    https://www.thenewsstar.com/story/sp...on/1845010002/

    http://forgotten5.com/2017/12/14/wha...rgia-southern/

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sBjSM5xXcLc

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c5ObHrtSG0Y

    https://www.savannahnow.com/sports/2...th-bob-debesse

    https://www.shakinthesouthland.com/2...uthern-offense

    http://coacheschoice.com/the-modern-...ys-on-offense/

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cisiI9cF8wQ

    These are some quick finds. I'd suggest you look closely at what Debesse used to do and compare it to what we did last year. You can expect continued evolution of his offense moving forward. The interesting thing I find when looking over articles, especially from opponents, is that nobody really knows what to expect. While I wouldn't call what we are doing now a "Pistol Option" there are absolutely some elements of a pistol option in Debesse's history and it simply could be that we haven't seen that deep into the existing playbook yet... or he may have scrapped that element based on his feelings around (lack of) success with it or how he feels it might perform against our conference competition. Believe me, our offense has a base system and then packages are designed each week to target weaknesses identified. If through scouting another team we see that we would have a significant advantage by moving under center, I'd highly expect you see us running more under center plays that week. Changes could be as simple as lining a slot player up slightly differently or using motion to get them to a spot where a defense doesn't react appropriately. Go back and watch the New Mexico offense from 2012 to 2017. Specifically look to see if you can identify changes in the offense through the seasons that might be personnel based or if you see any specific differences in a single season based on the defenses they face. What do they do against a 4-3 as opposed to a 3-4 or 5-2? The terminology is irrelevant honestly... you need to study film and look for in game changes and see how strategy changes based on what they see real time. One of the biggest things to watch is the offensive line. I spend entire games watching nothing but blocking and it's amazing how often you see adjustments not just in the game but during a series to how they are blocking plays.
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    Default Re: QUESTION - an articcle about GSUs offense grond attack

    Quote Originally Posted by Raptor23 View Post
    Some pretty good stuff, most of it I understand. No we could not play a grond attack, Minnesota probably will with their 350-400 lb Lineman and some 250-260 lb FB.
    Against their 400 pound line man I hope the HC teaches our offensive line man that blocks him to use a cut block. There big defensive & offensive linemen are supposed to be some of the best in the country. It will be hard on our line on both sides of the ball. Still the Gophers went 5-6 or 6-6 in conference play.
    GSU Spread Option FOOTBALL - out weighed, but never outplayed

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    Quote Originally Posted by TALON View Post
    Against their 400 pound line man I hope the HC teaches our offensive line man that blocks him to use a cut block. There big defensive linemen are supposed to be some of the best in the country. It will be hard on our line on both sides of the ball. Still the Gophers went 5-6 or 6-6 in conference play.
    Don't think the 400lb'er will be able to be cut block unless he changes position by the GS game.

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