Georgia Tech Football
September 4, 2010 by staff
Georgia Tech Football, The Wreckbone in 2010 will need no apology. In fact I see brighter days ahead. Your third year will be even more lethal. I hope to see the numbers of lead nation in total rushing yards, total offense, total score, and total time of possession, total domination! Why? Two words, no, no, Josh Nesbitt, despite not going to hurt, but rather, the offensive line. I will give a full review of the line next week.
He gave a quick overview of the new 3-4 defense technology earlier this week, but now let’s move on to what has become the signature of Georgia Tech football, La Wreckbone. What else can I say? Actually a lot. We’ve all seen the work and effectiveness. Yes, we have seen that does not work effectively. So why do they seem to dominate against Clemson, FSU, and UGA, but even against the anemia of Iowa, Miami, LSU? The short answer is that there is an answer “short.” In fact I think this points to the fact that the Wreckbone is like any other crime by college athletes, not the time of execution and the lack of it, good games and bad games, a top talent and / or inferior talent. In addition, each game is a “case” and each must be reviewed on a case by case. Context often has game situations have a lot to do with the success and failure as anything else. No offense ever score on every possession, although this company does not hit much of what he says more than is often said, so the game is more complex than the simple fact these complexities crime and how to run an offense and the works they are called. Many times it is as simple as holding penalty on the first offensive play of the game called again a big gain or touchdown (see Orange Bowl). It is sometimes as many special teams mistakes that the offense is forced out of the game plan otherwise well designed and forced to play catchup (see Peach Bowl 2008). Sometimes it’s just not your day with turnovers and mental mistakes many whom never on the offense (see Miami). And then there are moments when his defense is so little that is shooting all the team one last time with the ball wins (see UGA) and has little to do with the crime until you have a receiver that a blunder.
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