We are in a tough spot....

Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by HarrisonFord1, Sep 7, 2013.

  1. orangeblueorangeblue
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    This is not an option, honestly.

    We need to find our strengths on offense and stop trying to make Jeff Driskel into something he isn't.

    We need to be a hard running team, and if it isn't working with the backs, use the QB. If he can only run some spread read option scheme, let's start implementing some of it.
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    can Muschamp afford to do that though? - If he doesn't win the East by next season is he even here in 2015?
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    I do not know if Robinson signed to play with Grier who is 2 years out of him, or the fact he would be playing SEC competition.

    Either way I bet he's wishing he picked Clemson now.
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    Thank you for that recap of the game. lol. Now, who is going to be the QB?
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    Where has D-rob been? Are we going to use him at all?
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    He's trapped here now, better work on that run blocking D, its the most important thing for a WR.
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    Couldn't blame him. We're so slow at developing and utilizing offensive talent
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    He dropped two passes today. One was a little behind him but still hit him in the hands!
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    That would probably be a viable short term solution for this season, but it would likely set Muschamp's overall plan back one year.

    Or more.
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    Hahaha
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    The WR corps didn't look bad today, but Driskel never saw them when they were coming open deep. This happened at least twice on plays where there was no significant pocket pressure from Miami.
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    I didn't realize Harrison Ford was a Gator fan. lol
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    Five turnovers.

    It's that simple.
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    JD is stupid. Not a very smart QB, does anyone remember the play where he ran to his left and Dunbar was wide open? He did not even give him a look. Horrible.
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    Was interesting that the announcers thought that Miami was the better conditioned team. With all our injuries, I'm wondering if we are training our team the wrong way.
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    I thought fla hired some big money trainer last year--what gives??
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    i disagree. there's definitely talent at receiver
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    Dunbar and Patton are a lot better than Hammond. I think our young receivers will be better too.

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