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I honestly believe we will air it out alot more next season. I believe we can have 2) 1000 yard receivers next season in Ace and Bruce.
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I think we still continue to lean on the run more than the pass. With Davis, Wilds, Carson (and Shaw) we should still have an extremely potent running attack. The passing game will only take that next step if the OL comes together and plays at an "elite" SEC OL-type level - which seemed this year like it was more centered around the Line being more comfortable run blocking than pass protecting. Who knows.
Next year out break out star will be j. Adams. He will be huge for us.
Depends on the OL.
Spurrier...I appreciate him plenty
how many 1000 yard receivers have we had in our history? dont see 2 happening
I can go with they'll combine for 1800 yards, one with about 1000 and the other about 800, but even that's a stretch.
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Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
OP obviously expects Dylan to start from day 1. With Shaw we'll be lucky to have 2 400 yard receivers, TIFWIW.
I think we could see
750 Roland/ Smith
"People always ask me if I wish I were bigger. I tell them no. I always wanted to be a miniature badass." Dustin Pedroia
We'll be a run focused team next season. I don't see any receiver having more than 800 yards.
Doubt we see quite this large a total, but I do expect the yardage to be spread around a lot.
Will be very surprised if we have more than one guy with as much as 700 yards.
We may have 4, 500 yd recievers but not 2, 1000...
To show how unrealistic this is, Texas Tech barely had two 1,000 yard WR's this year. They were the only team to do it out of my research.
If the line plays the way they did against Michigan we won't be run first anything. That being said there is no way we have 2 1000 yd WR with CS playing QB he would have to improve drastically in the passing game. With DT its possible but he's not gonna be the #1 QB so its simply not gonna happen. CS gives us the best chance to win bit DT gives our WRS the best chance to pit up numbers.
What were Byrd's stats this year?
His ypc must have been at least 30.
Matt barkley, the best pro prospect at qb, passed for 3276yds and 36tds. He was throwing to possibly the best tandem of college wrs in marquise lee and robert woods. Marquise lee 1721 yds on 118 catches. Robert Woods 846yds on 76 catches. To expect that is to be better than the best at their given positions, in the toughest defensive conference in the country, with two undersized receivers as your primary targets. thats going to be tough to do. To want it is commendable. To expect is preparing yourself for let down.
SIAP 26.1 per catch.
"Act like you've been there before and expect to be back." - Bear Bryant
LOL. Did you not look 2 posts above yours?
No but it was close. 26.1 IIRC.
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