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Hugh McElroy
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True or False: Offense in 2019
True or false:

1. We see a ton of double tight with Cupp and Beal and Jalen. (Say...20% more double tight than we saw last year, which we only saw some.)

2. Corbin breaks out as one of the top 3 backs in the SEC.

3. Mond takes his game to the next level, completing 60% of his passes.

4. Green starts at tackle

5. Wright gets on the field in a crowded WR group. (In a big game.)

6. Chapman gets on the field in a crowded WR group. (In a big game.)
This post was edited on 7/9 at 12:21 pm


AggieBruh
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re: True or False: Offense in 2019
1. True

2. False just because I think there will be a solid rotation

3. True

4. False

5. False in the sense that I think he will redshirt but will see the field, needs to learn offense and need class separation

6. True


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RoscoeHarper
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re: True or False: Offense in 2019
1. What would you call a "ton"? I wouldn't say we ran a ton of 2TE last year, so I'll say false.

2. False, he'll be fine, but I think we'll be a lot more RBBC this year.

3. True

4. True, by the end of the season.

5. False

6. True


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Farmer1906
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re: True or False: Offense in 2019
1. False. We have too many good WRs.

2. False. I got him at 4th or 5th.

3. True. Mond will be more consistent this year. He should have better blocking and trusts his WRs more.

4. True. Maybe not day 1, but yes.

5. True. He’s that good.

6. False. No strong feeling either way.


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Texas Gentleman
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re: True or False: Offense in 2019
I think false for everything except either 5 or 6, I could see one of those guys jumping into the mix at WR and making a difference.

Edit: maybe true on mond getting over 60%, I know he improved last year from the first year, but I just don’t know how much more he will improve to this year. I think he’s a good, decent QB, but won’t ever be a “great” QB (not that having over 60% completion means you’re instantly a great QB or anything, I realize there’s a lot more to it).
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CGSC Lobotomy
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re: True or False: Offense in 2019
1. True (edit, I misread the question, you meant Jalen Wydermyer)

2. False. Not enough carries. RBBC.

3. I hope it's true.

4. Maybe later in the season. If he starts right away and Moore moves to guard, it may be a good thing.

5. See point 1.

6. More likely than 5.
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Texas Weazel
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re: True or False: Offense in 2019
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3. Mond takes his game to the next level, completing 60% of his passes.

I don't know about this one. He can be very good at times, but he's not consistent. Sometimes you get Amazing Mond. Sometimes you get Moon-moon Mond.


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TbirdSpur2010
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re: True or False: Offense in 2019
1.) I think the TE usage mirrors last year's.

2.) Yes. Corbin is electric.

3.) Yes. Mond's game and confidence make noticeable leaps

4.) Probably

5.) Yes

6.) Yes


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Dr RC
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re: True or False: Offense in 2019
I'm going to say false for all except 5 and 6 and that's only b/c the WRs will get rotated in and out at various times due to play packages, fatigue, and injury.

I'd love love love to be wrong about Mond though.
This post was edited on 7/10 at 1:06 pm


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cokebottleag
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re: True or False: Offense in 2019
1. We see a ton of double tight with Cupp and Beal and Jalen. (Say...20% more double tight than we saw last year, which we only saw some.)

True

2. Corbin breaks out as one of the top 3 backs in the SEC.

False, because the media bias is strong against recognizing our running game.

3. Mond takes his game to the next level, completing 60% of his passes.

False. Haha

4. Green starts at tackle

True

5. Wright gets on the field in a crowded WR group. (In a big game.)

True, but probably only a few plays

6. Chapman gets on the field in a crowded WR group. (In a big game.)

True


NanosTacoRun
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re: True or False: Offense in 2019
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False, because the media bias is strong against recognizing our running game.

That must be why the AP and ESPN both had Trayveon as 1st Team All-SEC


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SafetySam
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re: True or False: Offense in 2019
3. If Mond can get to 60%, we’re gonna be fun to watch and tough to handle.


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KaiserSoze99
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re: True or False: Offense in 2019
1. False. We see it, but not a "ton" of it. I could see 20%, but that still would not be what I would consider a "ton" more. Semantics, I suppose.

2. True. Jimbo has been committed to a powerful run game from the beginning. Corbin has the talent to do it, but it will be by committee more than a featured back.

3. True.

4. Push.

5. True.

6. True.



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KaiserSoze99
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re: True or False: Offense in 2019
...and #2 will be a decided false if Derrick Tucker switches to RB, gets to play, and we are able to hold up a huge picture of a taco at each end zone for every home game.

This post was edited on 7/22 at 12:29 pm


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