People are all over flight trackers right now, and I was sent more than one message about flights to Oconee from Raleigh-Durham, etc. But I was told that Elliott has been in the Charleston area today, just visited Lucy Beckham High School (and coach Jamel Smith). Which means he has probably checked in on 2023 4-star OT Monroe Freeling of Oceanside and 2024 4-star OT Kam Pringle at Dorchester. If Duke is sending planes, they gotta chase him down.
Tell Duke to turn their #### plane around as we keeping our Tony. Any of you cornbuckles that could not see Tonys hands were tied in calling plays this year have never played a sport and no nothing about offensive football. You take what you have and deal with it. It is amazing we ended the year as well as we did .
His hands were most certainly not tied when he only handed the ball to our RBs 9 times vs UGA, or 13 times vs NC State or 20 times vs Pitt or when he only handed the ball to ETN twice in the 2nd half vs LSU. Or only handing the ball to ETN 20 times ONCE as sole OC. Tony has had an issue committing to the run game especially when it was clear to anyone with an ounce of football intelligence in early 2021 that that's what we should have been doing.
Now the last 5 games have been awesome and I hope it's a trend with his play calling as opposed to a phase.
because I have no clue how many of his calls are changed or ignored by Dabo? I love them both, but I really believe Dabo calls more plays than we are aware of . . . He is the Head Coach and has every right to do so . . . but I can’t blame Tony for something I am ignorant on.
I like TE, but after a quarter and a half of the UGA game there should have been adjustments made... something as simple as rolling the pocket for starters. I won't get any more complicated with concepts such as employing the QB under center to help the running game and make play action passes more effective.
Now if you are alluding to his hands being tied by a guy wielding a waffle house menu with an iron fist, then I can see that a real possibility.