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This post was edited by Gentry Estes 13 months ago
Why do USCjr fans hate Georgia so much?
Damn it someone fed the troll and now looks what's happened! Lol
Dawgs on Top!
How does it feel to be at the absolute pinnacle of Cock football and yet still be irrelevant in the SEC and Nationally?
Who do y'all go after when the evil one retires to his coors light and lake home?
What's the name of y'all's starting QB?
Envy. Too easy.
Born and bred Bulldog, living in Maryland since '88
How ya'll beat us 3 years straight? You guys supposed to suck.
On a scale of 1-10, what's your current temperature on Lorenzo Ward?
I know it's still early on him. And Clowney takes a lot of attention off of him.
But, what do you think his legacy will be?
This post was edited by meansonny 13 months ago
South Carolina running game.
Does it improve?
Does it worsen?
The Ol Ball Coach has appeared to abandon the running game in a lot of contests.
Is that a sign of personnel? Playing what the defense gives? Or just riding the hot hand?
b/c you guys are mean to us
i would disagree with this. we are relevant in the SEC and Nationally. I would say it sucks to know that no matter how relevant we feel, having not won the SEC makes us feel irrelevant. I know, that's deep.
I don't know what Nick Saban has to do with this thread. As far as Spurrier goes, who knows, depends on when he retires. Charlie Strong seems to be a consistent name by SC's 247 staff as someone who is interested and will get consideration. I wouldn't mind seeing our DC L. Ward get a look (depending on timing of course)
If you increased the size of your one championship banner in your team's 100 year-plus history, the 1969 ACC title, do you think it would look too tacky?
I can see how it's confusing considering we've beaten UGA 3 times in a row with 2 different QB's. I would expect it to be Connor Shaw. Dylan Thompson is a name to watch out for. Picture Joe Montana but wearing #17 and that's who Dylan Thompson is.
Steven Orr Spurrier
Which warehouse parking lot, train track, or Bojangles do you like to tailgate in before games?
very good question sonny. I was worried after Ellis Johnson left but Ward has really stepped up. I think this year will be a true measure of him. We lost a lot of leadership on defense and we our entire 2 deep at LB. We'll find out how good of a coach he is this year.
As strange as this sounds, I think it improves. We have better QB play than we've ever had since Spurrier has been here and now defenses can't just focus on Lattimore. Our OL should be improved (fingers crossed).
I think it's b/c of the offensive line not opening holes much. Lattimore was special and he made runs out of nothing. Hopefully our OL Coach will earn his pay this year. He turned down an offer from Saban several months ago, HC job at ASU, so apparently he is a good coach but has yet to produce a top OL in the SEC.
Spurrier will always play what the defense gives and ride the hot hand but I think it's more about him not trusting the OL to open holes if Lattimore was not in the game.
I was born in 1979 and I didn't attend the university so IDGAF about the 1969 banner, sorry.
This post was edited by DavidsonNCCock 13 months ago
So who do yall pin your hopes on after clowney leaves?
Also....confess your true love for gentry or dawg commander. You stalk their threads way to much....even for a cock lover.
This post was edited by DAWGFATHER 13 months ago
He still appeared to abandon the run in games with Lattimore "apparently" healthy.
But who knows. A decision by Spurrier one week might not be made again the rest of the season.
I've just been a little surprised at how some games, he runs 35+ times.
And some times, the leading rusher is the QB who is trying to make something out of a busted pass play.
1 season a trend does not make. So I hope I'm not making too big of a deal out of this.
I thought it was surprising how Lorenzo's defense regressed from last season and hardly anyone noticed (thanks to Clowney).
It reminded me of Willie Martinez's first season at DC.
2011 total yards vs SEC opponents: 268.1/game
2012 total yards vs SEC opponents: 302.4/game
2011 total points vs SEC opponents: 16.9/game
2012 total points vs SEC opponents: 21.1/game
2011 Red Zone TDs vs SEC opponents: 10 for 35% conversion
2012 Red Zone TDs vs SEC opponents: 15 for 50% conversion
The defense was obviously very good.
But there is an obvious difference between Ellis and Lorenzo to this point.
I like Spurrier. Chances he leaves S. Carolina in the next 5 years?
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