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    I only have interest in winning!!!


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    Nah, I just won't support football. I have no interest in the triple option.
    Unless we win 10 games with the ground and pound. Then you might be like all the posters that swore off MBB and are now sneaking in the backdoor.

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    It would probably look more like Dan Mullen's run option. Think along the lines of Tim Tebow at Florida, Dak at Miss. St and Alex Smith at Utah.

    All run based options under Mullin. Stats show they averaged 20-25 passes per game. Under HUD that may be 15-20 passes per game. More than enough to be effective if excited correctly.

    I think this is what HUD wants.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragin4U View Post
    Unless we win 10 games with the ground and pound. Then you might be like all the posters that swore off MBB and are now sneaking in the backdoor.
    You have no idea how much I dislike the TO. Will not support it period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geaux View Post
    It would probably look more like Dan Mullen's run option. Think along the lines of Tim Tebow at Florida, Dak at Miss. St and Alex Smith at Utah.

    All run based options under Mullin. Stats show they averaged 20-25 passes per game. Under HUD that may be 15-20 passes per game. More than enough to be effective if excited correctly.

    I think this is what HUD wants.
    That is no different than what we ran this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by California Cajun View Post
    Jay Johnson lost his job at Minnesota. How does everyone feel about the possibility of him coming back as OC?
    According to many here, there was a big fallout/fight between Hudspeth and Johnson.

    Jay didn't leave his OC position here to go back home and be the OC at a P5 program and make more money. No. He endured 4 years of complete misery under Mark Hudspeth and finally reached the breaking point and left.

    The fallout/fight story is much more intriguing and it fits the narrative.

    Same thing with James Willis. He also left because he hated Mark Hudspeth. Not because he was offered a position to be an asst with the Saints.

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    Yeah.....I can agree a trail of poop seems to follow ole Mark. From bringing in risky academic prospects, the Saunders fiasco, coordinator turnover for the last 4 years (Stewart, Willis, Smith, Johnson), the locker room situation, and the constant excuses for poor play or execution.

    He needs a good OC to right the ship. I don't think Munoz is the guy he actually wanted last year. He was backed in a corner and settled.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Geaux View Post
    Yeah.....I can agree a trail of poop seems to follow ole Mark. From bringing in risky academic prospects, the Saunders fiasco, coordinator turnover for the last 4 years (Stewart, Willis, Smith, Johnson), the locker room situation, and the constant excuses for poor play or execution.

    He needs a good OC to right the ship. I don't think Munoz is the guy he actually wanted last year. He was backed in a corner and settled.
    I think what is needed is an OC that is allowed to, you know, coordinate. If some posters are correct and Hud interferes, that makes it tough for ANYONE to succeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cajun4life View Post
    Nah, I just won't support football. I have no interest in the triple option.
    To each his own. Ga So would have had no chance at beating Florida running any thing other than triple option a few years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cajun4life View Post
    You have no idea how much I dislike the TO. Will not support it period.
    Its not highlight film offense for sure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geaux View Post
    It would probably look more like Dan Mullen's run option. Think along the lines of Tim Tebow at Florida, Dak at Miss. St and Alex Smith at Utah.

    All run based options under Mullin. Stats show they averaged 20-25 passes per game. Under HUD that may be 15-20 passes per game. More than enough to be effective if excited correctly.

    I think this is what HUD wants.
    You ever watch ga Tech this year they run option and are very balanced with the passing game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angeleast View Post
    A triple option qb led by Dion would thrill me. But our girthy linemen would be a concern like C express stated
    I don't think "triple option" and "thrill" has ever been used in the same sentence

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragin4U View Post
    Its not highlight film offense for sure!
    You do realize that most of Tyrell Fenroy's touchdowns and a lot of Elijah McGuire's touchdowns came on option plays right?

    The fact is that every QB that Hudspeth has played, except Haack, would have played even better in the Georgia Southern/Georgia Tech/Navy flex bone option offense. They each run their own flavor of it, but the offense Hudspeth' is desperately searching for is in that offensive stream. He just hasn't figured that out yet, or has he?

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    There are many more skill players willing to play at mid-majors in the right offense. The NFL is a passing league, and those with aspirations to play in the NFL want to play in an offense that highlights their talent. That's why you see team light Memphis, Houston, Boise, and others have success against the P5 programs as they have the skill players to compete. I don't think you'll get NFL caliber skill players recruiting to run the ball 50 times a game, and you won't have consistent success trying to run the ball against teams with better line/linebackers like the P5's will typically be able to recruit. JMO


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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunNation View Post
    You do realize that most of Tyrell Fenroy's touchdowns and a lot of Elijah McGuire's touchdowns came on option plays right?

    The fact is that every QB that Hudspeth has played, except Haack, would have played even better in the Georgia Southern/Georgia Tech/Navy flex bone option offense. They each run their own flavor of it, but the offense Hudspeth' is desperately searching for is in that offensive stream. He just hasn't figured that out yet, or has he?
    All you got to do to make huds O triple option is add a pitch man to the zone read. Have a wing back come in motion and give QB the option to give keep or pitch as a basic O. Ga So does this and you can expand off of that and do lots more than current doing on O.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunAmos View Post
    There are many more skill players willing to play at mid-majors in the right offense. The NFL is a passing league, and those with aspirations to play in the NFL want to play in an offense that highlights their talent. That's why you see team light Memphis, Houston, Boise, and others have success against the P5 programs as they have the skill players to compete. I don't think you'll get NFL caliber skill players recruiting to run the ball 50 times a game, and you won't have consistent success trying to run the ball against teams with better line/linebackers like the P5's will typically be able to recruit. JMO
    I agree with you. I would never go into a season without a QB who was a legit passer, but Mark Hudspeth does not think this way. He's drifted into a Nixon/Jennings/Brandon Harris? QB dead zone. If he keeps drifting away from passing the football, I hope he drifts right into a legit flex option offense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunAmos View Post
    There are many more skill players willing to play at mid-majors in the right offense. The NFL is a passing league, and those with aspirations to play in the NFL want to play in an offense that highlights their talent. That's why you see team light Memphis, Houston, Boise, and others have success against the P5 programs as they have the skill players to compete. I don't think you'll get NFL caliber skill players recruiting to run the ball 50 times a game, and you won't have consistent success trying to run the ball against teams with better line/linebackers like the P5's will typically be able to recruit. JMO
    This.

    I love me some triple option, honestly. I'd be in heaven if we recruited to that and ran that successfully here.

    But the kids want a flashy, fast-paced offense. We've had recruits saying they came here specifically because of the tempo and style of offense we run. That (should) mean better athletes and more wins.

    Theoretically....

    Same reason we wear crazy uniforms and have trees on our basketball court. It's what the kids nowadays want.

    And all I want is to win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunAmos View Post
    There are many more skill players willing to play at mid-majors in the right offense. The NFL is a passing league, and those with aspirations to play in the NFL want to play in an offense that highlights their talent. That's why you see team light Memphis, Houston, Boise, and others have success against the P5 programs as they have the skill players to compete. I don't think you'll get NFL caliber skill players recruiting to run the ball 50 times a game, and you won't have consistent success trying to run the ball against teams with better line/linebackers like the P5's will typically be able to recruit. JMO
    This is how I feel about it..:

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    If we have our act together, this speculation doesn't occur.


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    Just hire chip Kelly as our OC lol


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