Buster Faulkner, synopsis after 2nd Spring Practice:
He and his wife Tia, wanted to stay in Ga.
Thinks he’s the luckiest man. Satisfied in being here at Tech, etc.
We’re going to establish an identity throughout the Spring on offense.
Still searching for that identification.
Style won’t be forced; will play to the strength of the team. Won’t do what they the players are not comfortable in doing.
He believes in the TE position for giving versatility.
Wants to control the tempo of the game, whether fast or slow(huddle or no huddle).
Object to get players in space to make plays.
Scheming will be a group effort, just as CBK has stated previously.
Staff has already spent much time aligning their vision(s) for this upcoming season.
Key & Faulkner both knew Jeremy Muyres who played at GT. Mutual connection point.
Excited for hungry players they have. Got size, speed; need to continue to develop.
Has worked well with Coach McKenzie before. They both love to teach.
Ready for the challenge here, after seeing what they did in Athens w/ b-t-b Natties.