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Was at the game and watching my replay and during the drive where we got it back to 21-18, Danielson mentioned "Fluker going off on the lineman" . What part kf game was that and did cbs show it?
Fluke was shaking his arms after a run, kind of a hulk smash fashion. I think it was the second to ladt drive in the third.
I can't remember now the time of the game. But I do remember the cameras showing Fluker being pissed & going off coming back to the huddle. I remember thinking "someone is about to feel the wrath".
He was yelling "you won't like when I'm ANGRY!!!!!!!!!!!"
Danielson was saying it during the drive we scored to make it 21-18
Reece Davis mentioned it too on final show , said "did you see dj fluker go off on the o-line when bama was behind? Dont made the big man angry"
This post was edited by juniorgolf18 19 months ago
You can't question that kids heart.
Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please. -Mark Twain
It was on the drive after the blocked field goal, maybe the first or second pkay
DJ has a big heart. I'd want him on my team.
Fluker was calling O line into action - happened around 6:15 mark in 3rd. From that moment on the O line dominated - truly a great scene. Roll Tide to all!
You can't see it on TV but, at the game (they showed a replay of this on the big board), the demonstrative motions from Fluker came after he got a block/push that threw a defender back near the very end of that play. He came in at the second level and caught a guy flat-footed and pushed him back. In fact, the UGA fans on that side of the field were screaming for a late hit call -- it was not late and was just a case of Fluker playing to the whistle. After the play, Fluker was pumping his arms coming back to the huddle in what I took to be a "run behind me" statement.
Someone else might have saw it differently but that is what I saw at the game.
That's exactly how I saw it. Thought he might even had yelled run it again or something to the that effect. It truly was the inflection point of the running game. They were unstoppable the rest of the way.
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