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BigPaintedInOrange
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Member since Aug 2022
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re: On3: The best quarterback/running back/wide receiver trios in college football in 2022
Tennessee is ridiculously low on this list actually..I would put us neck and neck with Bama.


djsdawg
Member since Apr 2015
28546 posts

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I would put us neck and neck with Bama.


I remember how hyped you were about that 2012 O.


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Smokeyone
Tennessee Fan
Maryville Tn
Member since Jul 2016
11687 posts

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It was very funny with sm1 started arguing against himself about the idea of garbage time.


The conversations in your head are not real. I’ve never discussed garbage time stats.


djsdawg
Member since Apr 2015
28546 posts

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The conversations in your head are not real. I’ve never discussed garbage time stats.


You have demonstrated numerous times you dont understand what happens to a passing game when running out clock in garbage time.

Then soon after, you called out our new RB's out for only playing during garbage time even though they werent our garbage time RB.

I asked you to tell me about garbage time, and you ran away, as you always do.


BigPaintedInOrange
Tennessee Fan
Member since Aug 2022
1247 posts

A Tennessee thread....here comes DJSdawg like clockwork. Volsession is real.


djsdawg
Member since Apr 2015
28546 posts

This isnt a Tennessee thread crunchymax


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Monahans
Texas Fan
Member since Sep 2019
618 posts

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Texas and Quinn Ewers at #4 is just silly.

He has yet to throw a single pass. If by chance Ewers is Bryce Young, yes, that is a good ranking. Or maybe he is DJ Uiagalelei (the kid who as a freshman was going to make us forget about Trevor Lawrence, and who happens to be nowhere near this list as junior).

Ewers isnt even going to win the starting job, looking like Hudson Card.


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BoarEd
USA Fan
The Hills
Member since Oct 2015
38793 posts

List is shite without Arkansas on it.


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FlyinHog
Arkansas Fan
TX
Member since Feb 2022
127 posts

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KJ Jefferson, Rocket Sanders, Jadon Haselwood should be on this list.

Came to post this, with caveats that Haselwood didn’t have beefy stats last year [cough/spencerrattler/cough] and Sanders’ production may be diluted due to the running back room as well as Jefferson.


BigPaintedInOrange
Tennessee Fan
Member since Aug 2022
1247 posts

The difference is the Vols did it with backups, transfers and replacements for from our 2020 season. And much less overall 247 talent out of high school.

Give Heupel a few more recruiting cycles and you will have the best offense that college football has ever seen. Hell, we will break records this year even



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BoarEd
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They're going to give Sanders more carries this year. I'm not sure who our leading receiver will be this year, but I expect Jefferson, Sanders, and our #1 deep threat receiver to be near the top of this list by the end of the season.


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djsdawg
Member since Apr 2015
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The difference is the Vols did it with backups, transfers and replacements for from our 2020 season.


Uga did it with legit backups at qb, OL, and WR.


Smokeyone
Tennessee Fan
Maryville Tn
Member since Jul 2016
11687 posts

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Uga did it with legit backups at qb, OL, and WR.


UGAs D depth bailed out the O, and gave them short fields. Because of the D other teams took chances on D, selling out to stop the run, playing short man with no help, etc. so that when UGA complete a pass it went for more yards that it should have.

Without that loaded D depth this year team will play more honest D, and Bennett will return to his norm (TO machine) and get see those medium throws be as successful.


djsdawg
Member since Apr 2015
28546 posts

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UGAs D depth bailed out the O, and gave them short fields.


Wrong again

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selling out to stop the run,


Wrong again



djsdawg
Member since Apr 2015
28546 posts

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Tennessee is better than Georgia in every offensive metric out there.


You never did come back to defend this incorrect take


Smokeyone
Tennessee Fan
Maryville Tn
Member since Jul 2016
11687 posts

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Wrong again


This isn’t just my take, it’s the generally accepted take by non Disney Dawgs.


Smokeyone
Tennessee Fan
Maryville Tn
Member since Jul 2016
11687 posts

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never did come back to defend this incorrect take


It takes some serious mental gymnastics and cherry picked stats to make it incorrect. By normal standards UGA O was a decent run game, 1 TE and not much else. And it will be worse this year.


djsdawg
Member since Apr 2015
28546 posts

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cherry picked stats


Whenever someone relies on this type of argument, chances are they are the ones most guilty of said accusation. As this board knows, No one uses flawed, cherry picked ideas more than you do.


CharlotteSooner
Oklahoma Fan
Member since Mar 2016
9258 posts

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Haselwood didn’t have beefy stats last year


Haselwood is a big bodied possession WR. He's never going to have beefy stats.


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djsdawg
Member since Apr 2015
28546 posts

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This isn’t just my take, it’s the generally accepted take by non Disney Dawgs.


Hate to break it to ya, but Nick chubb left after your 7-5 prediction for sec champion uga 2017.

You yourself have said Uga didn’t have talent in the run game, and such talent is required to force such a defensive strategy, so you have already provided the argument against your own claims.

What a backfire for you. Try to keep better track of your silly takes.


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