hitch and go with Smelter.
Go on 2 and 3 instead of having a predictable snap count. This drives me batty when we don't adjust the snap count!
The question was "what I would do?" That's probably far from anything CPJ has in mind. Don't listen to the show since he exudes an air exasperation with the process of talking to GT fans.Tonight is the coach's call in show. I suggest you call in and make this suggestion.
The question was "what I would do?" That's probably far from anything CPJ has in mind. Don't listen to the show since he exudes an air exasperation with the process of talking to GT fans.
IMO, this depends more on the person asking the question than CPJ himself.The question was "what I would do?" That's probably far from anything CPJ has in mind. Don't listen to the show since he exudes an air exasperation with the process of talking to GT fans.
Summon the 2000 lightning storm??
lol, what's the matter, can't troll on Jim's board because all of you think alike? Are you gonna call folks "Johnsonians" over here, too?we oughta come out running a hurry-up offense.
Foster long-ago figured out Johnson so hopefully we'll try something different.
I would love to see a 3rd and 7 play where we line up with trips right and a 2-receiver set to the left, empty backfield and JT in the shotgun. We wouldn't even have to run the play. The D would freak out and guaranteed they'd burn a time-out, especially if we did this with a hurry-up offense. We already have the personnel on the field to do this. Talk about giving VPI something to think about.
I drink only when we score a TD or we have won. So I expect a relatively sober game.
My game plan for our O would be to take what they give us - inside, outside or passing. I'd give preference to outside pitches and short passes since I think we have a lot of speed at AB and WR. I would look at bringing in the OL splits a bit if we the VT jump the line is being effective. I'd go for it on fourth a lot (like CPJ has been doing). Oh yes, I'd put Byerly in after two series. Let God sort out who is playing better.
For the D, I'd work to stop the run first till we find out whether the VT QB is hot or cold passing. I'd blitz a lot into the gaps and hope to either pressure the QB (he seems to be better with time as all are) and maybe get lucky on stuffing the run. I'd keep safety help back foro long run insurance, so I'd give up more intermediate runs.
For ST, I'd kick the ball for TBs every time and not try to get fancy. I'd let the ball go into the end zone rather than try to return it if we have a choice. For punt, do what Rodwell has been doing -- high cover-able punts of about 44 yards. As noted, I'd limit the FG attempts by going for it on fourth.