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AJC Ken Sugiura says the Team is not moping

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    AJC Ken Sugiura says the Team is not moping

    Sounds like the Team still has a pulse.....

    Tech rebounding after Miami loss | Georgia Tech


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    Losses are always worse on fans and coaches than they are on players. Trust me on that one.

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    I wonder who at WR is not "playing as well" to open it up for Autry?
    Waller sure gets chewed out a lot. And I guess the rotation was mostly just Waller, Greene, and Autry on Saturday... (did Dennis get any snaps?) so that kind of narrows the list.

    Glad Jackson is back. I hope one of those guys does something soon.

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    As for WRs I've actually been slightly impressed as they there was little talent and no exp.I really thought no Wr would catch a 20+ yd catch vs any real opp for 5 games

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    Quote Originally Posted by alagold View Post
    As for WRs I've actually been slightly impressed as they there was little talent and no exp.I really thought no Wr would catch a 20+ yd catch vs any real opp for 5 games
    but they mostly havent blocked worth a lick

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    from what i remember of autry i liked what i saw this weekend. glad to have chris jackson in the mix as well.

    hope young and will jackson are 100%. we need them!

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    Greene's Switch route that he caught his long pass on looked pretty smooth.
    He may not have the best deep speed but I think he's the most athletic of our WRs, pound-for-pound.

    If we're looking for who's next in the NFL pipeline at WR, I'd have to pick him. He really looks the part. But he's not consistently separating and/or Tevin's not hitting him when he's got separation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomergump View Post
    Losses are always worse on fans and coaches than they are on players. Trust me on that one.
    There are notable exceptions, though. Remember the classic story of Bobby Cremins losing in the NCAA tournament in '70, I think? He immediately went into the NC mountains and wouldn't talk to or see anybody for a week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomergump View Post
    Losses are always worse on fans and coaches than they are on players. Trust me on that one.
    Roger that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomergump View Post
    Losses are always worse on fans and coaches than they are on players. Trust me on that one.
    Idk, I played one year of football and just hated practice so I quit, and then the next couple years I saw some good friends make it far into the playoffs and lose and cry for a long time on the field in front of everyone. I think players take it really hard if they truly care.

 

 
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