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KT2000
10-04-2011, 09:18 AM
The Ramblin' Wreck's output has increased in each of Paul Johnson's seasons at the helm on offense. Everyone knows about their running ability from the flexbone, but they've added an element this year that is already turning heads.

The Jackets average 378.2 yards rushing, which is nothing unexpected for a Paul Johnson offense, but they are also averaging 208.8 yards passing for a total of 587 yards per game (51.6 points per game) through five games.

The flexbone always maintains the threat of four to five pass receivers on a given play, but Johnson now has a quarterback in Tevin Washington who can make the passes. Josh Nesbitt, the previous QB, was never a passer.

This GA Tech team is showing everyone more of what the flexbone is truly capable of this season. I'd highly recommend watching them play this season. They have Maryland this week.

http://ramblinwreck.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/stats/2011-2012/teamcume.html

Austin109
10-04-2011, 12:56 PM
The Ramblin' Wreck's output has increased in each of Paul Johnson's seasons at the helm on offense. Everyone knows about their running ability from the flexbone, but they've added an element this year that is already turning heads.

The Jackets average 378.2 yards rushing, which is nothing unexpected for a Paul Johnson offense, but they are also averaging 208.8 yards passing for a total of 587 yards per game (51.6 points per game) through five games.

The flexbone always maintains the threat of four to five pass receivers on a given play, but Johnson now has a quarterback in Tevin Washington who can make the passes. Josh Nesbitt, the previous QB, was never a passer.

This GA Tech team is showing everyone more of what the flexbone is truly capable of this season. I'd highly recommend watching them play this season. They have Maryland this week.

http://ramblinwreck.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/stats/2011-2012/teamcume.html

Austin109 <3's the flexbone for this reason. Its so difficult to prepare for because it can be a viable formation for just about ANY kind of offense you want.

Joboots
10-06-2011, 09:43 AM
Now that Johnson is making good with his own recruits as opposed to the
ones he inherited upon taking over,seems the future is bright in the ATL!!!!!