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I admit I was a bit skeptical with the play-calling over the past few games, but Saturday in Knoxville, the Tide O was clicking
on all 16 cylinders and AJ was on-target. Having Amari Cooper and his mates doesn't help, but it appears Nussmeier is
the man to keep this offense moving toward Miami. After watching Brent Pease direct the Florida O and destroy SC's D
in the process, I was a bit envious, but the game Nuss called Saturday night made me feel confident we can handle those
left on our schedule and I fully expect Nuss to lock horns with Pease in Atlanta to settle the SEC and determine the host
team for the BCSNC game in Miami. To the victor (wearing Crimson) go the spoils.........RTR!
How is Florida doing in that passing game? Aren't they down around Auburn?
Don't beat yourself up too much. It's a reflection of the "microwave" culture in which we live. Everybody seems to want "everything" now and it to be to perfection. Few can stand back and watch life or the game unfold. If some of our brethren were farmers, they would starve to death simply because when the seeds sprouted without the vegetable ready for picking, the brethren would plow them up and plant anew. Rome wasn't built in a day.
Glad to see the O is coming around to your liking.
Florida scored 44 pts on South Carolina with 180 total yards. Hahaha. Spurrier is good for one of those every year, last year it was Auburn. They kept giving the ball to UF with ridiculous field position. If they played again it would be much closer but UF would still win.
Driskell gets more efficient every week but UF is still not very explosive on offense. UA would try and make them one dimensional.
This, UF was up 21-3 with 29 total yards of offense. Even Muschamp admits they have a very small margin of error and have to capitalize on essentially every mistake the opponent makes.
We got the better of the two.
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Mr. Stache will probably disagree.
Only issue I see right now is a the potential lack of confidence that could be growing in our kicker again. Not the time of year we want him to start getting the shanks.
I see more scoring big plays... Also I see a more efficient scoring offense in the red zone. And even better inside the 5yd line. I think Eddie's run plays should be more down hill and t.j. more zone cut type. I really liked the screen to amari and the shallows to Kenny B.
Burn baby burn. & Go to hell tennessee
Biggest improvement I've seen is AJ's ability to read the defense and "see" the field which I thought was lacking at times last year. I don't know if we should attribute to Nuss coaching or AJ getting more "experienced." Probably little of both.
AJ seems to be much better at finding the open guy instead of locking in on his first progression!
Notre Dame and Florida are Bama from 2005. The margin of error for both those squads is infinitesimally small. Those teams will lose a game where their QB throws more than 1 interception or they have 2 turnovers or have a game with a lot of penalties.
Sorry. You lost me when you said you were jelous of Florida's offense. They are better this year, but they aren't even in the same galaxy as Bama's.
Aren't all of his misses from 40+ yards? Yeah he is our kicker at that range so we need him to make them but it's not like he has an easy job...
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