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    Quote Originally Posted by GSCBBA1987 View Post
    We all need to just stop bringing up the service academies in this conversation about GS offense. It is not an accurate comparison. We are on a totally different plain than those programs in so many ways that it just does not translate
    How is that?

    Is it because their student athlets have to serve in the service for at least 4 years after graduation and ours dont?

    The Academies are at a disadvantage at recruiting and yet they win!
    GSU Spread Option FOOTBALL - out weighed, but never outplayed
    The T-Option is the powerful ground game ever devised & the FLEX is the best way to run it.
    If I want your opinion & don't like it I'll tell you what it should be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete4256 View Post
    Yes. However, this offense has been pretty stinky for four straight years (well, 2018 was probably average, not stinky).

    I don’t blame fans for second-guessing our approach over the last four seasons.
    Its beautiful when it works.

    Looks like steaming hot garbage when it is done without perfect execution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pike51 View Post
    I just find it interesting we threw more out of flexbone than shotgun option... you'd think being in the gun would correlate to increased passing. Granted this was just total yards and not attempts but I think it speaks to my point.

    What I also notice is we need to find a true dual QB... like Shaw.
    Yep, Pike51. That's what I don't get about this offensive scheme we're running. If you're gonna line up in a shotgun or pistol scheme how come you don't have a productive pass game to use out of it.? Why aren't we moving the chains and scoring touchdowns through the air if we aren't gonna line up under center and hit the los quickly enough to do some damage on each play?

    Those successful pass plays we saw work against Troy, where have they been? We gotta have a game plan that beats linebackers and safeties all game long if the D coordinator's gonna commit 'em to run support either inside or outside. Why aren't we seeing this? 1 dimensional offenses aren't gonna win you many football games against teams that are at your talent level or above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcountry View Post
    Its beautiful when it works.

    Looks like steaming hot garbage when it is done without perfect execution.
    Same could be said about the flex many times through our history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerEagle View Post
    Same could be said about the flex many times through our history.
    Not many at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GIEAGLE View Post
    Yep, Pike51. That's what I don't get about this offensive scheme we're running. If you're gonna line up in a shotgun or pistol scheme how come you don't have a productive pass game to use out of it.? Why aren't we moving the chains and scoring touchdowns through the air if we aren't gonna line up under center and hit the los quickly enough to do some damage on each play?

    Those successful pass plays we saw work against Troy, where have they been? We gotta have a game plan that beats linebackers and safeties all game long if the D coordinator's gonna commit 'em to run support either inside or outside. Why aren't we seeing this? 1 dimensional offenses aren't gonna win you many football games against teams that are at your talent level or above.

    I think poor blocking is part of that.

    Lot of plays didn't have 3 seconds to develop before guys were jumping right through our line untouched. Pretty much every stinking down.

    I think several plays were designed as pass, but Shai tried to make something out of them when it all fell apart.

    I sure wish we had at least average O line play with some consistency. The holes rarely develop, and Shai gets pressured continuously. We have had a whole lot of injuries and problems.

    I don't get the O line. They actually looked very good against App. They looked awful pretty much every second of every other game. We have seen that they can play well for an entire game. I have no idea why we haven't seen it in other games. At all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GIEAGLE View Post
    Yep, Pike51. That's what I don't get about this offensive scheme we're running. If you're gonna line up in a shotgun or pistol scheme how come you don't have a productive pass game to use out of it.? .
    My, my - what have you come across?
    GSU Spread Option FOOTBALL - out weighed, but never outplayed
    The T-Option is the powerful ground game ever devised & the FLEX is the best way to run it.
    If I want your opinion & don't like it I'll tell you what it should be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerEagle View Post
    Same could be said about the flex many times through our history.
    You can say that about any offense. If you dont have the right Staff and players to run the offense and defense the team will fail!
    GSU Spread Option FOOTBALL - out weighed, but never outplayed
    The T-Option is the powerful ground game ever devised & the FLEX is the best way to run it.
    If I want your opinion & don't like it I'll tell you what it should be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walt Mitty View Post
    Not many at all.
    Watched Army any this season?
    "Follow the trendlines, not the headlines." -Steven Pinker (?)

    Regarding football Scheduling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyBob View Post
    Watched Army any this season?
    Army has always been a poor team. At least Monken has made them a good team. They may not be good this year but look at Army's's history for he last 20 years.
    GSU Spread Option FOOTBALL - out weighed, but never outplayed
    The T-Option is the powerful ground game ever devised & the FLEX is the best way to run it.
    If I want your opinion & don't like it I'll tell you what it should be.

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