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According to Morris, his offense is about 80-85% installed at this point. WTF? Is his playbook Anna Karenina? Are his players that dumb? My $.02 is that him saying this buys him some time for the throttling we gave him and what LSU's D is about to hand him.
Dude, you need to read your Dabo. It's NOT a Chad Morris offense, it's a Clemson offense. If he left, there wouldn't be any change.
I bet their playbook reads more like Cloud Atlas.
He can't give the offense the rest of the play book because they have a large number that have not finished the required Reading material that was due to be completed by spring practice.
Please don't tell them they can actually have it read to them online..
Dr. Seuss The Cat in the Hat, una excelente animacion para chicos y grandes! el video esta completo.en formato DivX
Does not matter when you only are given 19 plays in the 2nd half!!!!
Good thing out wr's don't play there, it takes our guys three years to learn our system it seems
I've seen the first few pages of the Clemson playbook. I don't remember everything, but I know it started as follows:
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness...
The rug really tied the room together, did it not?
What a joke, they run about a dozen different plays, but use different motions and formations to hide was is a very basic simple read passing attack and limited ground attack. Nothing but tempo and getting guys in space that makes it different. Jam the wr, take away first read, stop therun and it crumbles like any other offense. Evidence: last two years butt whippings.
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His offense is so vast that there is actually 220% worth in that playbook of his.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
It's because Abo keeps telling him they are so young, doesn't want to overwhelm the youngsters.
Morris has certainly learned Dilbert-speak well, claiming that Vajh Boyd is first-round material based on his extensive NFL (and even college) experience. How many QBs has he coached and seen drafted? How much pro experience does he have, especially since virtually all of his coaching experience is in the HS ranks? Vajh has certainly improved when he faces pathetic defenses where he does not have to read the coverages. Morris has also certainly learned how to (not) answer questions like Dilbert when he evaded answering the question about running the ball. He is becoming so much like his mentor, Dilbert, that it is not surprising that he is having difficulty getting a college D1 HC job (since no one else would hire Dilbert).
Still hasn't put in the Annexation of Puerto Rico, the oop dee oop, and the Flying V. Dont know how thats going to work.
Choad morris can try to scheme all he wants. It comes down to blocking and toughness. Clem is weak in all those areas. LSU wins 38-13.
Former TBS photog coming out of retirement to do sand volleyball for my fans!
Post of the Week.....hilarious
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