Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Spurrier Looking to Employ 2002 Fun & Gun vs. #2 Georgia

Here's a CFB story only Redskins fans could truly appreciate...

From the AP/Sporting News:
Steve Spurrier's newest strategy for No. 2 Georgia? Two quarterbacks and a bunch of young receivers [emphasis mine].

South Carolina's coach ended much of the mystery as to which of the quarterbacks would start against the Bulldogs (2-0). He said he would probably play both Tommy Beecher and Chris Smelley.

I think the Palmetto Scoop's Adam Fogle lays out just how optimistic this strategy is:
The Head Ball Coach announced today that he would go to a two-quarterback system against the University of Georgia this weekend, hoping to rebound from a catastrophic loss to Vanderbilt. Those two quarterbacks will be Chris Smelley and Tommy Beecher, who have combined for a woeful six interceptions in two games.
Should we be surprised? This is the same ball coach that swore an NFL team would be just fine going to the mat with the 3-headed monster of Danny Wuerfell, Shane Matthews and Patrick Ramsey. We all know how that little experiment turned out.

Hang on tight, Cock fans. You're in for a helluva ride.

1 comment:

Gnopple said...

Vanderbilt! Go Dores! We rule! Black! Gold!