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Thread: 2019 Fall Camp Thread

  1. #61

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    Quote Originally Posted by EAGLEMAN View Post
    How many times have we won a mid-week nationally televised game in Boone?

    I also like our chances this year, but IMO previous stats like that mean absolutely nothing when these two teams hit the field.
    Yep, I don't care how much more talent we have on the field, they are going to always play against us at an elite level when they're at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garns 4 View Post
    doesnt sound good at all.
    Georgia Southern football shows signs of offensive expansion in 2nd scrimmage

    STATESBORO — Georgia Southern’s second scrimmage of summer camp consisted of 114 plays from various field positions in front of a nice crowd on Saturday at Paulson Stadium.

    Redshirt junior quarterback Shai Werts led the first-team offense which showed signs of its offseason playbook expansion under second-year offensive coordinator Bob DeBesse, while the defensive depth at the disposal of coordinator Scot Sloan was also on full display.
    Werts was pleased with the entire team’s performance, and as Fall semester classes start this week on campus, he said the Eagles are right where they need to be.
    “The operation part of it, I feel like we were real clean and not too many penalties and things like that today,” said the fully-focused Werts of the team’s performance in front of a sizable group of Eagle fans.
    “I feel like (the smooth operation) was the biggest improvement from Scrimmage No. 1 and No. 2. Obviously, with a lot of stuff going on (off the field), I wasn’t really able to focus only on football. But now that I’m back and that’s over with, all of my focus has been on football.“


    https://www.savannahnow.com/sports/2...-2nd-scrimmage


    Update on Brian Miller GSU O lineman


    — Savannah native Brian Miller (Memorial Day) suffered a hip injury on Friday at practice and the right tackle’s recovery timeline is unclear for now as the severity of the setback is still being determined. Miller started all 13 games at tackle last season as a redshirt freshman and was a lock to start there again this year before the injury.

    “He’s still being looked at as far as the extent of the injury and everything,” Lunsford said Saturday. “We’ll update people as we learn more, but our thoughts and prayers are with him.” Redshirt senior center Jakob Cooper also commented on Miller’s injury. “It’s next man up. Brian suffered a bad injury, but he’s in good spirits. We all got to talk to him (Friday night) and he’s supporting us like we’re supporting him.”
    — With Miller out and Cooper at center, the first-string offensive line unit shuffled throughout the scrimmage, but the unit seen protecting Werts most often on Saturday was as follows (left tackle to right tackle): Jarrod Leeds, Aaron Dowdell, Cooper, Lawrence Edwards and Drew Wilson.
    — Redshirt junior tight end Cam Brown had a solid showing Saturday while being targeted by Werts early and often. Two of his receptions were negated by penalties and he was the victim of a pass interference in the end zone later in the day.
    GSU Spread Option FOOTBALL - out weighed, but never outplayed
    The T-Option is the powerful ground game ever devised & the FLEX is the best way to run it.
    If I want your opinion & don't like it I'll tell you what it should be.

  3. #63

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    Quote Originally Posted by TALON View Post
    Georgia Southern football shows signs of offensive expansion in 2nd scrimmage

    STATESBORO — Georgia Southern’s second scrimmage of summer camp consisted of 114 plays from various field positions in front of a nice crowd on Saturday at Paulson Stadium.

    Redshirt junior quarterback Shai Werts led the first-team offense which showed signs of its offseason playbook expansion under second-year offensive coordinator Bob DeBesse, while the defensive depth at the disposal of coordinator Scot Sloan was also on full display.
    Werts was pleased with the entire team’s performance, and as Fall semester classes start this week on campus, he said the Eagles are right where they need to be.
    “The operation part of it, I feel like we were real clean and not too many penalties and things like that today,” said the fully-focused Werts of the team’s performance in front of a sizable group of Eagle fans.
    “I feel like (the smooth operation) was the biggest improvement from Scrimmage No. 1 and No. 2. Obviously, with a lot of stuff going on (off the field), I wasn’t really able to focus only on football. But now that I’m back and that’s over with, all of my focus has been on football.“


    https://www.savannahnow.com/sports/2...-2nd-scrimmage


    Update on Brian Miller GSU O lineman


    — Savannah native Brian Miller (Memorial Day) suffered a hip injury on Friday at practice and the right tackle’s recovery timeline is unclear for now as the severity of the setback is still being determined. Miller started all 13 games at tackle last season as a redshirt freshman and was a lock to start there again this year before the injury.

    “He’s still being looked at as far as the extent of the injury and everything,” Lunsford said Saturday. “We’ll update people as we learn more, but our thoughts and prayers are with him.” Redshirt senior center Jakob Cooper also commented on Miller’s injury. “It’s next man up. Brian suffered a bad injury, but he’s in good spirits. We all got to talk to him (Friday night) and he’s supporting us like we’re supporting him.”
    — With Miller out and Cooper at center, the first-string offensive line unit shuffled throughout the scrimmage, but the unit seen protecting Werts most often on Saturday was as follows (left tackle to right tackle): Jarrod Leeds, Aaron Dowdell, Cooper, Lawrence Edwards and Drew Wilson.
    — Redshirt junior tight end Cam Brown had a solid showing Saturday while being targeted by Werts early and often. Two of his receptions were negated by penalties and he was the victim of a pass interference in the end zone later in the day.
    I like the bit about the 5 wide look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagleNationRising View Post
    I like the bit about the 5 wide look.
    Very interesting.

    I didn't see the percentage on how it worked out.TALON
    GSU Spread Option FOOTBALL - out weighed, but never outplayed
    The T-Option is the powerful ground game ever devised & the FLEX is the best way to run it.
    If I want your opinion & don't like it I'll tell you what it should be.

  5. #65

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcountry View Post
    Me too!

    We gonna see some cool stuff!
    Yeah! It gives us a way to obliterate an opponents initial game plan. We just have to be good at whatever we do out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagleNationRising View Post
    I like the bit about the 5 wide look.
    Quote Originally Posted by TALON View Post
    Very interesting.

    I didn't see the percentage on how it worked out!
    Quote Originally Posted by jcountry View Post
    Yep.

    Options are always a bonus. Love options!
    I wonder how many times we will see 5 wide and if Werts can pull it out?
    GSU Spread Option FOOTBALL - out weighed, but never outplayed
    The T-Option is the powerful ground game ever devised & the FLEX is the best way to run it.
    If I want your opinion & don't like it I'll tell you what it should be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcountry View Post
    That will make their defeat all the more fun!
    Quote Originally Posted by EAGLEMAN View Post
    How many times have we won a mid-week nationally televised game in Boone?

    I also like our chances this year, but IMO previous stats like that mean absolutely nothing when these two teams hit the field.

    TALON -I like our chances to. Their might not be a lot of GSU fans at the game, but a mid week games in the past are in the past!
    GSU Spread Option FOOTBALL - out weighed, but never outplayed
    The T-Option is the powerful ground game ever devised & the FLEX is the best way to run it.
    If I want your opinion & don't like it I'll tell you what it should be.

  8. #68

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    Quote Originally Posted by TALON View Post
    I wonder how many times we will see 5 wide and if Werts can pull it out?
    I think Werts will be fine. The question is will our line give him enough time to pass

  9. #69

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    Quote Originally Posted by chriswhite71 View Post
    I think Werts will be fine. The question is will our line give him enough time to pass
    +1

  10. #70

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagleNationRising View Post
    I like the bit about the 5 wide look.
    The last time I can remember us going five wide was against Arkansas State in 2016 on the most predictable quarterback draw I’ve ever seen.

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