How UT came back to beat GT

CaneMonster

Redshirt Freshman
Joined
Feb 1, 2016
Messages
266
They threw the ball deep and high to their 6'4" WR, which GT didn't have answer for. GT CBs are 5'10" smallish. We should launch a jump contest for Langham and Cager vs their small CBs all game long. They have no answer for this.
 
Last edited:

RealDBC13

Freshman
Joined
May 8, 2017
Messages
451
Can’t count on Cager to do jack. Those 5’10” DBs will grow to 7 ft when they cover “Big” Cage.
 

IndayArtHauz

Inane Source
Staff member
Joined
Jan 27, 2012
Messages
6,860
Not exactly the whole story my friend. Height had very little to do with their WR performance. It's because the coaches shout math equations at their WRs while they catch the ball during practice, which enables them to multitask during games. Oh and UT had far fewer energy vampires than GT in the second half.

Jones, almost breaking out of character, barked "five times five. What is it? Quick. Five times five." Someone finally gives the correct answer of 25.

"Twenty-five," Jones said, affirming the answer. "Now think about a ball coming at you. You gotta say it. So we're trying to get them to do two things at once."

Not sure Richt is that advanced in his training concepts. We may need to win with the less reliable "better players, better gameplan" approach.


https://amp.knoxnews.com/amp/652196001
 

futurecane

Redshirt Freshman
Joined
Nov 5, 2011
Messages
258
Can’t count on Cager to do jack. Those 5’10” DBs will grow to 7 ft when they cover “Big” Cage.
Makes you feel good to say this, right?

I wonder what morons like you thought about Rosier, Berrios or Langham in the past. You do realize players can improve, right?
 

JHallCanes

Same old, same old
Joined
Nov 3, 2011
Messages
25,253
Not exactly the whole story my friend. Height had very little to do with their WR performance. It's because the coaches shout math equations at their WRs while they catch the ball during practice, which enables them to multitask during games. Oh and UT had far fewer energy vampires than GT in the second half.

Jones, almost breaking out of character, barked "five times five. What is it? Quick. Five times five." Someone finally gives the correct answer of 25.

"Twenty-five," Jones said, affirming the answer. "Now think about a ball coming at you. You gotta say it. So we're trying to get them to do two things at once."

Not sure Richt is that advanced in his training concepts. We may need to win with the less reliable "better players, better gameplan" approach.


https://amp.knoxnews.com/amp/652196001
All that's missing is the Cheeseburger
 

mossmadness

"Couldn't" Care Less.
Joined
Nov 3, 2011
Messages
3,540
Their OL also completely stonewalled GT's DL the second half. Tenn. QB had all day to sit back and do whatever he wanted. RB had huge holes to run through.
 

Gatorhater

All-American
Joined
May 17, 2013
Messages
15,749
Not exactly the whole story my friend. Height had very little to do with their WR performance. It's because the coaches shout math equations at their WRs while they catch the ball during practice, which enables them to multitask during games. Oh and UT had far fewer energy vampires than GT in the second half.

Jones, almost breaking out of character, barked "five times five. What is it? Quick. Five times five." Someone finally gives the correct answer of 25.

"Twenty-five," Jones said, affirming the answer. "Now think about a ball coming at you. You gotta say it. So we're trying to get them to do two things at once."

Not sure Richt is that advanced in his training concepts. We may need to win with the less reliable "better players, better gameplan" approach.


https://amp.knoxnews.com/amp/652196001
Richt can go with "quick, what part of the perfect sandwich do you eat first....."
 

kryptonite

AARP
Joined
Dec 13, 2012
Messages
10,930
Not exactly the whole story my friend. Height had very little to do with their WR performance. It's because the coaches shout math equations at their WRs while they catch the ball during practice, which enables them to multitask during games. Oh and UT had far fewer energy vampires than GT in the second half.

Jones, almost breaking out of character, barked "five times five. What is it? Quick. Five times five." Someone finally gives the correct answer of 25.

"Twenty-five," Jones said, affirming the answer. "Now think about a ball coming at you. You gotta say it. So we're trying to get them to do two things at once."

Not sure Richt is that advanced in his training concepts. We may need to win with the less reliable "better players, better gameplan" approach.


https://amp.knoxnews.com/amp/652196001
What is that, some kind of witchcraft? Richt is a God fearing man who would never consort with the devil.
 

TheEye

Cane Grad!
Joined
Feb 12, 2013
Messages
3,899
I don't think scoring is our issue. It's opponents breaking multiple tackles.
 

segundo82

Redshirt Freshman
Joined
Jul 24, 2012
Messages
239
Their RB Kelley also had a few big runs late. UT basically scored at will in the second half.
 

90scane

Sophomore
Joined
Dec 26, 2015
Messages
1,093
The missed FG and fumble in the second half cost GT the game. The first half fumble didn't help either.
 

Gtfan

Recruit
Joined
Oct 9, 2017
Messages
42
They threw the ball deep and high to their 6'4" WR, which GT didn't have answer for. GT CBs are 5'10" smallish. We should launch a jump contest for Langham and Cager vs their small CBs all game long. They have no answer for this.
They came back because of two fumbles and two missed field goals. Take those away and GT wins. I think turnovers could be the deciding factor in the game this Saturday.
 
Joined
Jun 21, 2012
Messages
1,857
Not exactly the whole story my friend. Height had very little to do with their WR performance. It's because the coaches shout math equations at their WRs while they catch the ball during practice, which enables them to multitask during games. Oh and UT had far fewer energy vampires than GT in the second half.

Jones, almost breaking out of character, barked "five times five. What is it? Quick. Five times five." Someone finally gives the correct answer of 25.

"Twenty-five," Jones said, affirming the answer. "Now think about a ball coming at you. You gotta say it. So we're trying to get them to do two things at once."

Not sure Richt is that advanced in his training concepts. We may need to win with the less reliable "better players, better gameplan" approach.


https://amp.knoxnews.com/amp/652196001
Richt can go with "quick, what part of the perfect sandwich do you eat first....."
Quick-which is better, Chocolate chip or sugar cookies?
 

Bccrhp

Sophomore
Joined
Jan 6, 2014
Messages
917
They threw the ball deep and high to their 6'4" WR, which GT didn't have answer for. GT CBs are 5'10" smallish. We should launch a jump contest for Langham and Cager vs their small CBs all game long. They have no answer for this.
They came back because of two fumbles and two missed field goals. Take those away and GT wins. I think turnovers could be the deciding factor in the game this Saturday.
Funny how the other team seems to win quite a lot when you sweep multiple key mistakes under the rug.
 

Gtfan

Recruit
Joined
Oct 9, 2017
Messages
42
They threw the ball deep and high to their 6'4" WR, which GT didn't have answer for. GT CBs are 5'10" smallish. We should launch a jump contest for Langham and Cager vs their small CBs all game long. They have no answer for this.
They came back because of two fumbles and two missed field goals. Take those away and GT wins. I think turnovers could be the deciding factor in the game this Saturday.
Funny how the other team seems to win quite a lot when you sweep multiple key mistakes under the rug.
What's being swept under the rug?
 
Top