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New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"


Posted: Oct 19, 2017 8:01 AM
 

 
Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"

Through six games, the Clemson offense was among the nation’s leaders in third-down conversion percentage at 49.2 percent, good for 11th-best in the nation. That stat took a hit against Syracuse, and Jeff Scott says there are a few reasons why. Photo by Rich Barnes / USATODAY
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Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"

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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 8:53 AM
 

Agree with coach Scott our players need to be in position to execute. It's always that way. Hope they are ready to accomplish that against Tech.

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Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"

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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 9:06 AM
 

Cain has had some drops that were catchable and doesnt always fight for the ball as agressively as he should.

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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 9:48 AM
 

And Cain could have bailed his team out multiple times. Disappointing.

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Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"


Posted: Oct 19, 2017 9:53 AM
 

A Mike Williams and Renfrow he's not, just saying that Cain plays in streaks!!!

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Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"

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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 11:33 AM
 

No mention of Renfrow. When are they going to realize he should be the number one go to receiver and get the first look!


Renfrow is a good third receiver. He needs others to spread


Posted: Oct 19, 2017 12:22 PM
 

the field for him to operate effectively. It's hard for him to get separation without it.

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yep he gives up on routes and does not


Posted: Oct 19, 2017 1:05 PM
 

Attempt to pursue ball or make effort


Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"


Posted: Oct 19, 2017 9:15 AM
 

I thought that was his entire job description!


Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"

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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 9:15 AM
 

We were at the Carrier Dome 90 minutes before kickoff. It was very obvious KB could not run without a very noticeable limp and he could not cut at all. I'm sure Syracuse scouted his condition during our warmups. KB should NOT have played and BOTH backup QBs should have been ready to play and need to be READY FOR ALL REMAINING GAMES. All we needed was one good play on offense to spark both offense and defense. Coach V did NOT have our D ready. They were not even set on many snaps and consistently got pushed around. CW and DL got manhandled most of the night. DL looked gassed all night. Was he sick? All of CDS's talk about not liking to play on Friday night and looking forward to the open date filtered down to the coaches and players who thought all they had to do was get off the bus. "On any given day" as the saying goes is still true. Dino had his team ready. CDS did NOT have his team ready.


Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"


Posted: Oct 19, 2017 10:56 AM
 

We had great plays on both offense and defense , not sure what game you were watching .
The problems we had were in execution on 1st downs , getting off the field on 3rd downs and a few mistakes in blocking assignments and secondary breakdowns .

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Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"

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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 11:08 AM
 

KINDA FUNNY THE VIDEO DAVID HOOD SHOWED ON TIGERNET DURING WARMUPS SHOWED ZERO LIMP. AS CRIPPLE AS HE WAS HOW DID HE COMPLETE HIS FIRST 9 PASSES. HE TWEAKED THE ANKLE AT SOME POINT AFTER THAT AND WAS LIMPING FOR SURE. I WOULD BET MY LEFT ONE THAT HAD HE NOT BEEN SLAMMED TO THE TURF HE WOULD NOT HAVE PLAYED THE 2ND HALF REGARDLESS. THAT HAPPENED RIGHT BEFORE THE HALF IF YOU REMEMBER.

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Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"


Posted: Oct 19, 2017 4:31 PM
 

There was no limp in warmups. Syracuse players were deliberately gunning for his ankle. You can see replays of Cuse players twisting and stomping on his ankle after the whistles blew on several plays.


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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 4:44 PM
 



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Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"

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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 9:15 AM
 

We were at the Carrier Dome 90 minutes before kickoff. It was very obvious KB could not run without a very noticeable limp and he could not cut at all. I'm sure Syracuse scouted his condition during our warmups. KB should NOT have played and BOTH backup QBs should have been ready to play and need to be READY FOR ALL REMAINING GAMES. All we needed was one good play on offense to spark both offense and defense. Coach V did NOT have our D ready. They were not even set on many snaps and consistently got pushed around. CW and DL got manhandled most of the night. DL looked gassed all night. Was he sick? All of CDS's talk about not liking to play on Friday night and looking forward to the open date filtered down to the coaches and players who thought all they had to do was get off the bus. "On any given day" as the saying goes is still true. Dino had his team ready. CDS did NOT have his team ready.


Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"

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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 9:19 AM
 

You doing reruns? ;)


Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"

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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 9:36 AM
 

U think u know so much and have it figured out, don't you?? Why don't u try to join the coaching staff since u know so much, big talker! Our coaches know what they are doing, period....now sit down and stop thinking u know more than they do, knuckle head!


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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 9:48 AM
 



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Players HAVE to execute. I would say with our record for

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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 4:35 PM
 

the past few years that Scott has fulfilled his job description admirably along with the players!

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Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"


Posted: Oct 21, 2017 6:15 PM
 

What job description is, and how the coaches use it, it ends up being a multiple assortment, and what they aren't doing, is finding what works best and make team stop it bc when they do, it opens other holes all over the field. With the talent that we do have, other teams should be kept to guessing, and when they are guessing, they are in a soft coverage D, that talent can exploit it!!!

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Playing a mobile QB who is injured will do that to 3rd down conversion %.

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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 9:46 AM
 

I watched the game again recently and the turning point was late in the first. We had a third and short, Bryant had a wide open sideline to get the first down (and probably more) but he pulled up and ran out of bounds for almost no gain.

That play (and the fact that Bryant was not 100%) changed the outcome of the game.

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that was the moment i thought it turned south too

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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 11:35 AM
 

I was yelling at the TV wondering why the heck he didn't try to power forward towards the 1st down marker. I knew he was limping but it was more about him lowering the shoulder and powering through. After that, Cuse smelled the blood in the water and attacked him all night and blitzed like their life depended on it. They knew he couldn't do what he normally does.

I'm not as mad as others about keeping KB in the game bc up until that moment he was doing fine. However he did take a shot to his ankle a play or two before he got knocked out with a concussion. I think if we made it to halftime that KB wouldn't have played the second half anyways bc of that shot to his ankle but you never know how it could have turned out if he played the full game.


Dino is a smart coach, and said he was going to stop the run


Posted: Oct 19, 2017 4:09 PM
 

as the announcers quoted him at first of game. KB should have been taken out then, I really don't understand the coaches leaving him in, with a hurt ankle like that which made the Tigers much easier to defend.

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Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"

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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 9:51 AM
 

We have one of the best running back and receiving corps across the board in college FB. And we should get them and keep them all involved through out the entire game. For us to keep opposing defenses guessing where we are going with the ball, all of our play makers must be involved from the RBs, our TEs, to our broad WRs selection! When a defense is kept guessing, it's much easier to get them and keep them on their heels. Also, the play calling must never fall into a pattern on any given down or the situation of the down. Like now with our play calling, if opposing defenses played us for the run on first down through out a game, 97% of the time they will be right!!! I think that Tony and Jeff should spend more time at not letting our offense get into habits with our play calling, work more on confusing DCs from week to week.

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Our 3 starting wideouts are 181, 184, 192. We aren't the


Posted: Oct 19, 2017 12:28 PM
 

same from a talent standpoint at wide out this year. As a result, they also don't block well in the run game or the quick screen game.

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Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"


Posted: Oct 19, 2017 10:42 AM
 

Johnson can't perform if you don't put him in. Other than that its just practice....and not as satisfying.

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Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"

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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 11:01 AM
 

Which Johnson are we talking about here? ?? Sounds like me talking to the old lady.


We need to cut Jeff Scott some slack...

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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 11:03 AM
 

after all, he only calls the run plays.

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Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"


Posted: Oct 19, 2017 11:36 AM
 

Would someone please ask the coaches how many QBs are they prepping to the point that they feel confident they can win with? Because, the last time they took the field, that number was zero. Do we have a contingency to win regardless of who is in as QB?

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Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"

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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 11:54 AM
 

Jeff have you ever driven a vehicle with a busted front wheel? What were you guys thinking starting KB?


Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"

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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 12:10 PM
 

All that coach speaking gumbo jumbo is fine and dandy bc they have learned from some of the best in Tommy Bowden. Looking at our roster and how loaded it is with 4 plus star talent across the board, there shouldn't ever be a time when playing a Cuse like team, we shouldn't ever struggle on 3d down at making a 1st down. With our talent, 5-10 yards should be automatic. Explaining not making but 2 of 11 first downs against Cuse should be impossible to do with any kind of wording by anybody on our staff. Even if there was a logical reason why our D couldn't stop Cuse on 3d downs, there shouldn't be anything logical about Cuse stopping our offense with the insane amount of talent on our offense, even with ZC as the QB. With the talent we have on offense, Christian Wilkins could QB a win against a Cuse team. Our OC's had just as much to do with that loss as any of our players, that is what I believe!!!

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Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"


Posted: Oct 20, 2017 2:46 AM
 

I hear what you're saying, but I think what your underestimating here with that comment is how much of a factor it is for a football team to possess intangibles. That night, Syracuse had it. And for whatever reason we had none of it (which I still don't really understand). It's quite remarkable how they were able to overcome the opposing talent they faced, I still don't get it.


Interesting that they don't know how to attack the deep zone

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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 12:32 PM
 

coverage that started at the end of the first quarter against Wake. In the seven quarters since Wake went to a two deep zone coverage, we have score a 31 points or just 4.43 points per quarter. We've been on a downward trend offensively for 5 weeks.

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If i gave everyone $10 every time we threw over middle


Posted: Oct 19, 2017 12:37 PM
 

I would still have a lot of $10 bills.

College defenses aren't designed to stop crossing routes, probably because nobody goes there.

If you go there Jeff, we will score. Often.

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Only if you want to keep your job.


Posted: Oct 19, 2017 12:40 PM
 

signed

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Re: Only if you want to keep your job.


Posted: Oct 19, 2017 12:53 PM
 

1. all is not broken with our offense but..
2. I like Jeff Scott, but don't tell how good Cooper played. I could go 10 for 14 throwing 5 yard passes the whole second half. use Cain now b/c he will not be here next year.
3. how many more times is the bubble screen going to get blown up before we stop calling that play?
4. we need a blocking tight end. Richard looks like a good receiver but need a tweener. maybe chalk or greenlee. Richard misses too many blocks.
5. Go Tigers. The only thing that matters is GA Tech.


Wish i read that last Thursday***


Posted: Oct 19, 2017 1:04 PM
 




Re: When you are behind the chains


Posted: Oct 19, 2017 1:04 PM
 

and throwing the ball or having a route ran short of the first down you success rate is diminished. So is it the route running or the design of the play?


Hard headed coaches.

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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 1:10 PM
 

Understanding quarterback play is not their thing. Must think we have stupid written on our foreheads. What game did they watch?


Hard headed coaches.


Posted: Oct 19, 2017 1:10 PM
 

Understanding quarterback play is not their thing. Must think we have stupid written on our foreheads. What game did they watch?


Hard headed coaches.


Posted: Oct 19, 2017 1:36 PM
 

Understanding quarterback play is not their thing. Must think we have stupid written on our foreheads. What game did they watch?


3rd time is the charm***


Posted: Oct 19, 2017 1:37 PM
 




WE HEAR YOU!***


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Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"

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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 2:03 PM
 

U guys are Hilarious!! I can't get any work done reading these posts.
Something I don't know if has been mentioned is this: Can Scott/Elliott combo really coach?? I mean really? Because it's starting to look to me like Dabo was right when he said DeShaun makes the whole team better even coaches. Just a thought

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Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"


Posted: Oct 19, 2017 6:21 PM
 

Well sounds to me like a bunch of nobodies running their mout,h off. Who in the world. Do you pull for. I can second guess all day, but I am not a coach and apparently you are not either. We should be pulling for our team not chastisng them. If you don't like the tigers pull the #####


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Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"

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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 2:14 PM
 

One of the things I liked about, well, the only thing I liked about The Head Ball Coach, was he would jerk a #1, #2 #3 etc. QB out of a game until he found one that could get it going.
The things I like about our Tiger Coaching is they are proven winners are 100% committed and they love their players. However, like most fans, I don't understand this Quarter Back thing. Nevertheless, I trust they will get it corrected. Go Tigers.


Dabo said he trusted Coach Streeter on qb's, well, maybe he


Posted: Oct 19, 2017 4:14 PM
 

needs to trust himself on these decisions? That is one thing I like about Dabo, he will get after his coaches like he did Coach Reid on the sidelines.

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Try putting Hunter Johnson in position to execute!***

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Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"


Posted: Oct 20, 2017 6:57 PM
 

Ian a diehard CLEMSON TIGER FAN but our offensive coordinators need to get a grip on reality KELLY BRYANTis a great athlete but not a power 5 conference starting Quarterback in the sense that he can not pass the football with good consistency great runner the ball has to be thrown downfield to completely open up that super running game for these fabulous running backs that we have i hate to say it but we will not win a national championship with him at quarterback I support him but not as a,starter all of these 4 star and 5 star receivers came here expecting and hoping to be involved in a wide open offense but it's not happening you have 2 capable quarterbacks on the bench who are much much better passers and can both run also give them a chance and also Kelly Bryant should never have been playing against Syracuse period that was the game to get those 2 guys experience and our offensive coordinators act like they don't get it a lot of the times why the #### were they throwing the football when the running game was crushing Syracuse and not only that but FEASTER and ETIENNE only carried the ball 14 times between then run the #### ball then go deep to these awesome wide receivers that you have if you are not careful they will transfer this Is the worst offense CLEMSON has had under DABO SWINNEY you recruited all of these PLAYMAKERS but you are not getting them the football keep KELLY BRYANT involved but at another position open up the playbook and let these stallions at running back and wide receiver run wild MAKES NO SENSE NOT TOO


Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"

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Posted: Oct 20, 2017 7:06 PM
 

Don't worry. Trevor Lawrence will be the starter next year.


Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"


Posted: Oct 21, 2017 11:48 AM
 

I am glad we have lots of "couch" coaches on this forum. EVIDENTLY EVERYONE SITTING BEHIND AN ELECTRONIC DEVICE IS A FOOTBALL EXPERT!!! Good grief.


Welcome to college football. Syracuse has had a plan and they executed that plan. We weren't ready for that plan.. Done.

Time for us to go after GT.


If you want teams to stop playing 2 deep zone, start attacking the middle


Posted: Oct 21, 2017 11:58 AM
 

Teams going to continue to play the boundaries bc 99% of our pass plays are quick throws to the edge and bombs. The middle is wide a$$ open every play.


Re: New Story: Jeff Scott: "We've got to put our guys in position to execute"


Posted: Oct 21, 2017 12:15 PM
 

If Bryant is hurt,play Hunter Johnson. Can't you see Jeff that Cooper cant run or win for us?


lol he thought cooper did a good job lmao lol this staff***


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