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RunLindsayRun
Georgia Fan
LaGrange | Athens
Member since Sep 2012
2296 posts

re: Question: Zeus
I agree. Not many 50+ yarders. But does seem like we get a ton of 20’s. Then we get caught down, because we are in the middle of the field after our 12th straight hb dive.


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DaveyDownerDawg
Georgia Fan
3-peatin' in 'da SEC East
Member since Sep 2012
6398 posts

re: Question: Zeus
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This has to be the fewest big TD runs I can ever remember us having.



Yep, feels like run production is way down. I have not looked at numbers but that is the gut feeling.


AlaCowboy
Georgia Fan
North Alabama
Member since Dec 2011
4503 posts

re: Question: Zeus
2017 we averaged 258 ypg rushing. (Chubb, Michel, Swift, Holyfield, Herrien)
2018 - 239
2019 so far - 216


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ugacdawg
Georgia Fan
Atlanta
Member since Nov 2017
151 posts

re: Question: Zeus
‘ lot of the best runs are inside the tackles where the back bounced them outside’

And a whole lot of those back in 2017 were led by the fullback, which Kirby has abandoned.

If we are that committed to the power run game fine, bring back the fullback and start throwing play action to the tight ends again.

The first f*ing play of the game was spread formation with 4 wideouts and then straight dive up the middle... seriously? How about taking one of those wideouts and giving our back a lead blocker instead?

How about putting both Swift and Herrien in the backfield at once and screwing with the defenses mind a bit?

How about ANYTHING creative?


meansonny
Georgia Fan
ATL
Member since Sep 2012
9630 posts

re: Question: Zeus
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How about ANYTHING creative


You do realize that no one has ever called a fullback lead creative in the history of college football.

The playcalling the past 2 games has been creative. The efficiency and execution has been hit or miss.


FaCubeItches
Georgia Fan
Soviet Monica, People's Republic CA
Member since Sep 2012
4825 posts

re: Question: Zeus
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You do realize that no one has ever called a fullback lead creative in the history of college football.


The way offenses are running now, it actually kind of is. Everything old becomes new again.


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