The Process Episode 5

Discussion in 'Georgia Tech Football' started by ATL1, Aug 9, 2013.

  1. ATL1

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    Vad and Young give great insight towards the end.
     
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  2. Josh Joseph

    Josh Joseph Jolly Good Fellow

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    I really like these episodes. Should help GT get some good exposure....
     
  3. BainbridgeJacket

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    I would love to sit in on Vad and CPJ breaking down that film. I read post everytime I look at the play. I wonder if his primary is wheel on that play. Seems backwards to me.
     
  4. PowderSpringsJacket88

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    Good stuff, glass half empty but I hope they show more stuff from actual practice. Loved watching the Darren Waller play.

    I really like Young's attitude about this season. He seems humbled in many ways.
     
  5. TechCubed

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    Best one yet, IMO. I'm really impressed at how these guys really strive to get better. As fan, it's nice to see the hard work and know they are invested in this team being successful.
     
  6. xenoabe

    xenoabe Ramblin' Wreck

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    I think his primary was the post but FSU baited him into the wrong read when he should have looked off to the wheel route. Maybe?
     
  7. John

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    Wow, Lou was getting really frank at there at the end of this episode.
     
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  8. Eric

    Eric Retired Co-Founder Staff Member

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    Excellent video. Top notch.
     
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  9. dressedcheeseside

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    I wonder if post was primary too, maybe he thinks he should have glanced at the wheel before deciding. He did say he thinks he threw to the wrong guy. You know, I tweeted him about this very play after our discussion. He never replied.
     
  10. AE 87

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    Did you ask for his phone #?
     
  11. OldJacketFan

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    Most impressive, the videos keep getting better and better.
     
  12. dressedcheeseside

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    No, but I got those pictures of the showeroom you asked for.
     
  13. AE 87

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    smh

    http://michigan.scout.com/2/1313094.html

     
  14. xenoabe

    xenoabe Ramblin' Wreck

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    You'd be surprised how aligned the players thoughts are with the fans sometimes (not the crazy ones).
     
  15. gtpkt

    gtpkt Ramblin' Wreck

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    That video was awesome!
     
  16. BainbridgeJacket

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    Who knows, it is probably a difference between run n shoot and progression reads. I know on a similar play we had, I would check if FS was getting depth as to whether I could throw to #1. I would never get to the second progression (Post-Wheel-Curl) on this play. Based on his comments, though, I'm implying that was supposed to be a coverage read moreso than a true progression read.

    In a run-n-shoot, I understand it to be more of a coverage-option read so it would go something like:
    First read SS depth. If deep middle/man, CB. If deep half, FS. If he comes up, launch it.
    FS- depth determines #1 route Post or Seam.
    CB- depth determines #2 wheel or #3 curl/in

    Now, where I fail is how a QB is supposed to determine whether the SS is playing inside leverage on deep half or if he's playing deep middle in the first three steps of a drop. May be what happened on this play.
     
  17. Ibeeballin

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    I think the primary WR on the switch route based on if the QB reads Zone(post) or Man(wheel)
     
  18. dressedcheeseside

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    You can bet he's watching the wheel from now on.
     
  19. awbuzz

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    We've had some sweet plays from that... (missed some too).
     

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