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Topic: Kelly Bryant - Just want to say thanks for all you did
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Kelly Bryant - Just want to say thanks for all you did

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Posted: Apr 19, 2018 10:32 AM
 

for us last season and I hope you will just be YOU and accentuate YOUR talents! Don't try to be someone else. You did such a great job throughout the season and I realize you weren't perfect but I believe in you and your ability to lead us next season.

IF you are replaced handle it with maturity and still be the great leader you are! However I think you are going to be the starter going in to the fall and it's fair for the man with the most talent and potential to lead us forward. Nevertheless above all else you are a Clemson Tiger and therefore you have outstanding potential and the character to be successful for life!

I met you and spoke with you for quite a while years ago when my sons were in camp and DS was our QB at the time. I can't believe how far you have come during your time at Clemson! My sons were so impressed with you and your humble attitude. They were ecstatic to see how well you carried yourself and your poise last season and I know there were games you played hurt. So don't think everyone has forgotten all you have done for us. I want the most capable man to win the job but experience is a big part of that and you certainly have that going for you.

What a great game you had vs. Miami btw and I think you were the MVP in that game if I remember correctly. Anyway, I'm pulling for you and the rest of the Tigers to have a great season but more than anything just be a great leader! People will respect you for the way you carry yourself throughout this season. It's your last year so make it one you will always remember and enjoy every single second!

GO TIGERS!!!

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Attended Louieville game & KB threw a beautiful bomb for TD

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Posted: Apr 19, 2018 10:48 AM
 

so I know under certain conditions he can do it, but too often our conservative coaches are afraid to unleash him since he isn’t a natural vertical passer.

PS: In retrospect i would have had KellyB chunk it downfield to test the Bama D & hope for lucky catch, incomplete or even an int would have been as good as a long punt (but no return wanted).

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Yes LBB you're exactly right! He played a very good game in

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Posted: Apr 19, 2018 10:50 AM
 

a tough environment to win that one. Thanks for reminding me.

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Perhaps it is more logic than fear

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Posted: Apr 19, 2018 11:13 AM
 

With a great defense, you don't have to take chances on offense.


Re: Perhaps it is more logic than fear


Posted: Apr 19, 2018 11:35 AM
 

Perhaps, until you get to the big dance that is. Our Defense was so worn down during the Bama game due to our inability to make a play downfield and in that situation you need a playmaker


Re: Perhaps it is more logic than fear

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Posted: Apr 19, 2018 11:48 AM
 

Our defense did just fine against Bama. The difference was two tipped ball interceptions that turned into 14 Bama points.


We lost a lot more than DW last season. Gallman's pass blocking, and Jordan Leggett and Mike Williams being big targets. Etienne completely missed a block that led to the first interception. Had KB gotten the throw off, Ray-Ray was WIDE open for an easy six and the lead.

If we had gone to more of a pass-oriented offense, people would be wondering why we were throwing so much instead of using that big o-line and feeding Feaster and Etienne.


Perhaps it is more logic than fear

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Posted: Apr 19, 2018 11:16 AM
 

With a great defense, you don't have to take chances on offense.


Re: Perhaps it is more logic than fear

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Posted: Apr 19, 2018 12:01 PM
 

Against 'Bama you do have to take chances. Conservative offenses get swallowed alive by Nicky's defenses. Just ask the Bayeux Bengals over the last 5-6 years. Their conservative approach goes nowhere against 'Bama. The only ones to do anything have been Johnny Not So Manzel, Chad (Ole Miss is better) Kelly and DW4. All three played with swagger and reckless abandon.


Some how, some way you have to flip the field ...

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Posted: Apr 19, 2018 12:52 PM
 

... we we’re never able to get out of the shadow of our own goal line.

We couldn’t do it passing, and we couldn’t do it punting.

As many Bama drives that started up around mid-field, it is an amazing testament to our defense that the Tide had to win the game on turnovers.

Their offense really accomplished very little. Ours just accomplished even less.

IMHO though, the entire game hinged on field position.

They had it and we didn’t.

Credit to them though, for keeping us pinned up.

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No doubt LBB


Posted: Apr 22, 2018 8:21 PM
 

Coaches were either terrified to pass — or KB checked down every pass. Kirby and Fromm used Clemson-Bama game to open up mid-range passing game plan which almost won them the game. Until Nick benched his liability.

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Re: Kelly Bryant - Just want to say thanks for all you did


Posted: Apr 22, 2018 6:29 PM
 

Do not blame the coaches. Kelly was afraid to pull the trigger. And when he did it did not produce results downfield. If he can improve this part of his game (which the spring game was an indication that he has not) then he should start. If not, next man up. Also needs to improve on his RPO decisions. Let’s not forget that. Too many times last year he made the wrong decision on whether to hand off or keep.


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