Archive | 2014

Georgia Tech celebrates Coastal title

Georgia Tech is off this week, but about 60 players gathered at the team’s facilities, where the staff set up a projector to watch Thursday night’s North Carolina-Duke game. The cheers rang out each time North Carolina scored. They rang out again as Duke fumbled away several early possessions. In Atlanta, there were as many […]

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The Legend of Justin Thomas Has Begun

People truly knocked the triple-option going into this season. The style of offense was the blame for everything that was wrong with the program. It was the reason why top recruit don’t come and the reason why the team was finishing in mediocre fashion every year.  It is boring and not aesthetically pleasing.   Just to think […]

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A Great Article I was Sent

Everything about it still says “old school”: The minimal use of shotgun, the lack of passing, even the Russell Athletic logo on the jerseys that seems straight out of the ’90s. Talking about Georgia Tech’s under-center triple-option style of football requires delving into a lot of fact vs. perception, but in terms of appearances, at […]

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Go Ahead Pick Tech 6th Again

Paul Johnson has received alot of criticism in Georgia and among Tech alums for the lack of progress made in recent years. Tech was picked 6th in the coastal in the pre-season. What have they done? They are 5-0 doing what they do. So go ahead pick them 6th again. ~ Coach J.   Though […]

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Being Himself, Means Being Heisman Worthy

Keenan Reynolds knew his plan seemed a bit far-fetched. A freshman? Starting? Here? After the grueling plebe summer? Running Navy’s vaunted triple-option? But all of that didn’t seem far-fetched to the most important person: Reynolds. “The kid just knows what he wants,” Navy offensive coordinator Ivin Jasper says. “This is my 20th year coaching. I’d […]

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Ivin Jasper a Master of Teaching the Navy’s Option Offense

Navy has posted winning records in 10 of the last 11 seasons. An efficient and effective triple-option offense is the primary reason for that sustained success as the Midshipmen have either led the nation or ranked in the top four 10 times since 2002. Navy’s had two head coaches and employed 10 different starting quarterbacks […]

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Reynolds Learns from Dobbs

The first time Keenan Reynolds saw a Navy football game, the Midshipmen were three-touchdown underdogs to sixth-ranked Ohio State in the 2009 season opener. Reynolds was a sophomore at Goodpasture Christian School outside Nashville, Tenn., and was barely on anyone’s recruiting radar. As he watched the game on television, Reynolds started paying attention to Navy […]

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