The go route to Burton in 2nd half

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  1. Gatuar
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    Liked the aggressive vertical call...and TM put the ball in a nice spot either Burton gets it or it goes out if bounds

    But why not try that to a 6-5 Fulwood or 6-2 DRob that can jump?
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    He had to throw it because there was a guy bearing down on him. He could have easily thrown an out or a crossing if he had time to read the defense, but he didn't.
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    I think Burton is the type of receiver that needs a back shoulder throw on most fly routes. Not sure that's something UF teaches but in a more pass friendly offense I could see it working.

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