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re: And then there were 2. Not surprisingly, it's Gatewood vs Nix
Just met Prince Tega, good kid, well spoken. He is training with Willie Anderson here in Alpharetta. Hopefully he picks up a few things


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makersmark1
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re: And then there were 2. Not surprisingly, it's Gatewood vs Nix
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But, for better or worse, we're ultimately just observers in this process


^truth.

For better or worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness or in..... wait a minute!

I’m not married to the Auburn football team and Manboobs Malzahn..

It’s entertainment.


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re: And then there were 2. Not surprisingly, it's Gatewood vs Nix
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Gus has not had a QB to run "his" offense since #14 headed off into the sunset. Anyone who thinks he has is just a dumbass



I think a huge part of our problem is that at least until recently, Gus wasn't convinced that what the rest of the world calls the "Gus Malzahn offense" was actually "his offense."

I think it's probably a pride thing, and I hope he's past it.


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re: And then there were 2. Not surprisingly, it's Gatewood vs Nix
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I think it's probably a pride thing, and I hope he's past it.


I said that 100%. Which is why I have said on numerous times that as long as Gus is our coach, we wont be elite unless we have a running Qb. Its what he does, no matter how much he thinks he can run a heavy passing offense

He cant


Just run the ball Gus.



marshallcotiger
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re: And then there were 2. Not surprisingly, it's Gatewood vs Nix
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I said that 100%. Which is why I have said on numerous times that as long as Gus is our coach, we wont be elite unless we have a running Qb. Its what he does, no matter how much he thinks he can run a heavy passing offense

He cant


to add to I also don't think we need to be targeting the prototypical OT's. Greg Robinson and Avery Young were fairly average in pass pro but they both excelled as run blockers. I realize both were highly regarded as recruits but GRob was projected by most as a G. Teams were afraid to blitz because Marshall was such a threat running the ball that most considered it a success to just keep him in the pocket. We need maulers all across the OL imo and let the qb's elusiveness be the deterrent to keep opponents from blitzing.
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