Tag Archives: Georgia Tech

24 Hours of College Football

It’s never to early to start looking forward to opening day.  The college football off season is a grueling 233 day slog.  This season we’ve only gotten through 57 days so far, but instead of dwelling on that, let’s fantasize … Continue reading

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What We Learned: Week 12

The Committee Loves Blowouts.  Remember when the BCS instructed the computer rankings to take out margin of victory?  Remember how they didn’t want to see teams run up the score?  The Playoff Committee isn’t like that.  Last year Ohio State … Continue reading

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Redemption Saturday

“Sometimes the best thing you can say about a day is that it’s over.”  Many college football teams will look back on this season and understand that sentiment.  Some are already thinking it.  Expectations haven’t been met for most teams, … Continue reading

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What We Learned: Week 11

Michigan State’s Defense is Good.  This isn’t really something new we learned, but we have confirmation.  The Spartans did such a good job on Urban Meyer’s Buckeyes that Ohio State players were complaining about the playacting and ball distribution after … Continue reading

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Key Plays: Georgia Tech v Florida State

Everyone saw the Block Six in the Florida State – Georgia Tech game, but the Seminoles would never have attempted the field goal if the Yellow Jackets hadn’t tied the game on the previous possession.  On that possession it appeared … Continue reading

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What We Learned: Week 8

Think Twice Before Kicking that FG.  For years we’ve all known that in a tie game there’s virtually no downside to kicking a field goal as time expires.  If you make it, you win; if you don’t, there’s overtime. Auburn’s … Continue reading

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The Pride and The Shame: Week 7

The Pride.  Iowa.  Where did these guys come from?  The Hawkeyes demolished Northwestern and are almost certainly going to be in the Big Ten championship game.  It’s not even November and it’s tough to see a normal scenario where Iowa isn’t … Continue reading

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How Notre Dame Can Stop Georgia Tech’s Option

After the season opening blowout of Texas and survival against Virginia, Notre Dame’s pre-season expectations seem less like hype and more like reality.  They will take that hype to Atlanta to play Georgia Tech.  The Yellow Jackets are off to … Continue reading

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Georgia Tech’s Option Play and Offense

Style defines.  The Fun and Gun defined Florida in the 90s.  Alabama is defined by their defense.  Ohio State is now known for Urban Meyer’s Spread offense.  In Atlanta Georgia Tech is the triple option.  Paul Johnson’s offense is called a … Continue reading

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Alabama – Louisville and “True Road Games”

On Friday morning ESPN reported Alabama and Louisville have agreed to play a 2018 game in Orlando to open the season. Immediately many on twitter derided the fact that the game was not a true road game. Some expanded their … Continue reading

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