Perrilloux and Flynn in together??

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  1. omahatiger

    omahatiger Founding Member

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    Do you think Crowton will put mf and rp in the backfield together for a couple plays this weekend?
     
  2. LSUTiga

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    Anything is possible, that's what I like about Crowton. :)

    I expect a HEAVY dose of Trindon Holliday this Saturday.
     
  3. TigerWins

    TigerWins Founding Member

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    Don't know if that is part of Crowton's package. But whatever he has, he needs to show it this weekend if the situation is right.

    No more holding back with Florida, Kentucky and Auburn on deck.
     
  4. Potted Plant

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    I don't recall actually seeing a two-quarterbacks-in-the-game-at-the-same-time play actually work. They're tried with some regularity, but it usually seems to end up being a dud.

    As to Holliday, I kind of don't think we'll see all that much of him. Florida's pretty fast and athletic on defense. Holliday seems like he'd be at his best against the slower teams.

    I think he'll probably be a decoy quite a lot, but I don't know if he's going to be getting the ball all that much. I could be wrong though.
     
  5. Trolyce

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    I don't necessarily agree with that statement PP. I guess you could say that for any running back.....the slower the defense the better they perform. I believe we play our game plan and make UF adjust to what we're doing, not the other way around. If we block well, it doesn't matter how fast they are. In the game against AU, they didn't appear to be faster than anyone else we've played. Auburn ran all over them. And even if they are fast, they aren't Trindon fast.
     
  6. SJS101

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    I like seeing Trindon used in the second half more. He already has 2 steps on any teams fastest defender but, a fresh and pumped up TH coming in to do his work in the 3rd/4th quarter against a battered and worn defense makes him even more lethal. And, he's shown he can take a hit if they do catch up to him.
     
  7. Potted Plant

    Potted Plant Founding Member

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    I have to say, I am rather surprised at how well Trindon has taken hits. We run him up the middle sometimes, and while I wouldn't want to do that 10 times a game, it seems to work and he can take the punishment once or twice.
     
  8. G-LSU

    G-LSU Founding Member

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    I could see TH going in 1-2 plays of the 2nd Quarter, but he will have biggest impact in late Q3 and Q4. With our big OL leaning all night on their DL....the Gators will tire.....

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  9. CParso

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    Not with Flynn's ankles taped... maybe eventually though.

    In the Army Highschool All-American game Ryan Perrilloux caught a touchdown pass on some sort of trick play, so I'd love to see something like that. Doucet used to be a QB, as did Jared Mitchell, so one of them could throw the ball if need be.
     
  10. TexTiger

    TexTiger Founding Member

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    conversely I see the Gayboys trying a bunch of trickeration

    we've snuffed out every trick play this year
     

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