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After the home-and-home with Wake Forest was announced last week, we're about to get some more good news.

https://twitter.com/AppTrailWSJ/status/5...1752726528
@ Penn St 9/1/2018
Penn State on September 1, 2018 for 1.2 million.
That summer camp you shared with them is paying off big! oh wait...
(10-30-2014 11:10 AM)slycat Wrote: [ -> ]That summer camp you shared with them is paying off big! oh wait...

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Should be a winnable game by 2018.
App is doing a good job scheduling. All quiet here on the Ga. Southern front for now 2-3 months.
(10-30-2014 11:10 AM)slycat Wrote: [ -> ]That summer camp you shared with them is paying off big! oh wait...

Well sure it did. They got six commits from that camp in Boone...oh..no ...wait...

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(10-30-2014 12:02 PM)GaSoEagle Wrote: [ -> ]App is doing a good job scheduling. All quiet here on the Ga. Southern front for now 2-3 months.

And that is starting to concern me.
(10-30-2014 12:04 PM)sarkelcpa Wrote: [ -> ]
(10-30-2014 12:02 PM)GaSoEagle Wrote: [ -> ]App is doing a good job scheduling. All quiet here on the Ga. Southern front for now 2-3 months.

And that is starting to concern me.

Look back over these last 2-3 months...if you're a P5 AD looking to buy an easy win, which one would you be calling?
Who can determine four years down the road where a team will be? Just look back three years ago and Wake Forest beat Florida State. What was Ole Miss doing three years ago?
well, we will be better ( if not, we will have a new coaching staff), but so will Penn State, we would have to pull off another Michigan upset. As far as GS goes, I suspect it will tougher to schedule big time games, not because of your talent, no one at the P5 level is worried about you recruiting 4 and 5 star players, but nobody wants to play a triple option, or what ever you call it, they don't see it enough to be able to properly prepare for it. Kinda of catch 22 for GS, its a great offense to use in a one game situation, but the big P5 schools realize this so its going to be really difficult to land them on your schedule. I remember what Nick Saben said after you guys ran up and down the field on them a few years back, he said when they originally scheduled GS, they were running a pro type offense, if he knew that GS was going back to the option offense, he would have never scheduled the game.
(10-30-2014 12:10 PM)boroeagle2 Wrote: [ -> ]
(10-30-2014 12:04 PM)sarkelcpa Wrote: [ -> ]
(10-30-2014 12:02 PM)GaSoEagle Wrote: [ -> ]App is doing a good job scheduling. All quiet here on the Ga. Southern front for now 2-3 months.

And that is starting to concern me.

Look back over these last 2-3 months...if you're a P5 AD looking to buy an easy win, which one would you be calling?

Yep, we need to get these games scheduled stat before we return to form.
(10-30-2014 12:26 PM)moehler Wrote: [ -> ]well, we will be better ( if not, we will have a new coaching staff), but so will Penn State, we would have to pull off another Michigan upset. As far as GS goes, I suspect it will tougher to schedule big time games, not because of your talent, no one at the P5 level is worried about you recruiting 4 and 5 star players, but nobody wants to play a triple option, or what ever you call it, they don't see it enough to be able to properly prepare for it. Kinda of catch 22 for GS, its a great offense to use in a one game situation, but the big P5 schools realize this so its going to be really difficult to land them on your schedule. I remember what Nick Saben said after you guys ran up and down the field on them a few years back, he said when they originally scheduled GS, they were running a pro type offense, if he knew that GS was going back to the option offense, he would have never scheduled the game.

Plus all that cut blocking poses a higher injury risk. And you don't want injuries in "lower" out of conference game. Remember what happened to Florida this year when they played El Cid?
We don't employ the cut blocking scheme anymore. I am not so worried about getting big money games as I am getting some home/homes with other G5s or lower level P5s.
(10-30-2014 12:04 PM)sarkelcpa Wrote: [ -> ]
(10-30-2014 12:02 PM)GaSoEagle Wrote: [ -> ]App is doing a good job scheduling. All quiet here on the Ga. Southern front for now 2-3 months.

And that is starting to concern me.

OMG 2-3 months with no schedule announcements? Sound the alarm!
(10-30-2014 01:05 PM)DrGonzo Wrote: [ -> ]
(10-30-2014 12:26 PM)moehler Wrote: [ -> ]well, we will be better ( if not, we will have a new coaching staff), but so will Penn State, we would have to pull off another Michigan upset. As far as GS goes, I suspect it will tougher to schedule big time games, not because of your talent, no one at the P5 level is worried about you recruiting 4 and 5 star players, but nobody wants to play a triple option, or what ever you call it, they don't see it enough to be able to properly prepare for it. Kinda of catch 22 for GS, its a great offense to use in a one game situation, but the big P5 schools realize this so its going to be really difficult to land them on your schedule. I remember what Nick Saben said after you guys ran up and down the field on them a few years back, he said when they originally scheduled GS, they were running a pro type offense, if he knew that GS was going back to the option offense, he would have never scheduled the game.

Plus all that cut blocking poses a higher injury risk. And you don't want injuries in "lower" out of conference game. Remember what happened to Florida this year when they played El Cid?

Florida State.

A properly executed cut block doesn't hit the knee, it hits the upper thigh and hip and you drive the guy backwards to the ground. However you don't see much of that these days as OL get lazy about it a lot. What looks like a malicious hit to a player's knee could just be a player getting beat on a block and him acting out of desperation.

But yes, coaches like to avoid any teams that use a large amount of cut blocks as part of their offense.
(10-30-2014 01:27 PM)eaglewraith Wrote: [ -> ]
(10-30-2014 01:05 PM)DrGonzo Wrote: [ -> ]
(10-30-2014 12:26 PM)moehler Wrote: [ -> ]well, we will be better ( if not, we will have a new coaching staff), but so will Penn State, we would have to pull off another Michigan upset. As far as GS goes, I suspect it will tougher to schedule big time games, not because of your talent, no one at the P5 level is worried about you recruiting 4 and 5 star players, but nobody wants to play a triple option, or what ever you call it, they don't see it enough to be able to properly prepare for it. Kinda of catch 22 for GS, its a great offense to use in a one game situation, but the big P5 schools realize this so its going to be really difficult to land them on your schedule. I remember what Nick Saben said after you guys ran up and down the field on them a few years back, he said when they originally scheduled GS, they were running a pro type offense, if he knew that GS was going back to the option offense, he would have never scheduled the game.

Plus all that cut blocking poses a higher injury risk. And you don't want injuries in "lower" out of conference game. Remember what happened to Florida this year when they played El Cid?

Florida State.

A properly executed cut block doesn't hit the knee, it hits the upper thigh and hip and you drive the guy backwards to the ground. However you don't see much of that these days as OL get lazy about it a lot. What looks like a malicious hit to a player's knee could just be a player getting beat on a block and him acting out of desperation.

But yes, coaches like to avoid any teams that use a large amount of cut blocks as part of their offense.
Yeah, tell that to Mike Orakpo
(10-30-2014 01:57 PM)CatMom Wrote: [ -> ]
(10-30-2014 01:27 PM)eaglewraith Wrote: [ -> ]
(10-30-2014 01:05 PM)DrGonzo Wrote: [ -> ]
(10-30-2014 12:26 PM)moehler Wrote: [ -> ]well, we will be better ( if not, we will have a new coaching staff), but so will Penn State, we would have to pull off another Michigan upset. As far as GS goes, I suspect it will tougher to schedule big time games, not because of your talent, no one at the P5 level is worried about you recruiting 4 and 5 star players, but nobody wants to play a triple option, or what ever you call it, they don't see it enough to be able to properly prepare for it. Kinda of catch 22 for GS, its a great offense to use in a one game situation, but the big P5 schools realize this so its going to be really difficult to land them on your schedule. I remember what Nick Saben said after you guys ran up and down the field on them a few years back, he said when they originally scheduled GS, they were running a pro type offense, if he knew that GS was going back to the option offense, he would have never scheduled the game.

Plus all that cut blocking poses a higher injury risk. And you don't want injuries in "lower" out of conference game. Remember what happened to Florida this year when they played El Cid?

Florida State.

A properly executed cut block doesn't hit the knee, it hits the upper thigh and hip and you drive the guy backwards to the ground. However you don't see much of that these days as OL get lazy about it a lot. What looks like a malicious hit to a player's knee could just be a player getting beat on a block and him acting out of desperation.

But yes, coaches like to avoid any teams that use a large amount of cut blocks as part of their offense.
Yeah, tell that to Mike Orakpo

Notice I said properly executed.
Again, Appy 03-wink doing a great job scheduling teams (please the crap out of PSU).




As for GS. I am also nervous on the lack of a signiture series. App is blessed in that they have a lot of good (but beatable) P5 teams that are willing to do home and home with G5 teams. GS has no such thing. Maybe GT, but only after a few more years and couple more expansions of our stadium.

also, the other GS poster is correct. We don't cut block like we used to, even though we still run an option attack. We will probably move slightly away from this and towards a more passing offense (but still mostly run).
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