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New Story: Anthony focused on the Bulldogs, not the Sanford Stadium crowd


Posted: Aug 22, 2014 4:43 PM
 

 
Anthony focused on the Bulldogs, not the Sanford Stadium crowd

Clemson linebacker Stephone Anthony says he feels a sense of calm when playing on the road, and he doesn't expect that to be any different when the Tigers face Georgia in Athens next weekend. What are the two toughest places he's played? What does he say he hears out on the field? Full Story »



One team, one heartbeat!***


Posted: Aug 22, 2014 4:50 PM
 




not sure, but I think scumbody done got smacked....


Posted: Aug 22, 2014 4:50 PM
 

I'll just leave this here.


Anthony = NASTY***


Posted: Aug 22, 2014 4:51 PM
 




scumbody mite take uhfence


Posted: Aug 22, 2014 4:55 PM
 

Anthony told TigerNet Thursday afternoon that he has always thrived in road environments, citing Virginia Tech’s Lane Stadium and Doak Campbell in Tallahassee as really the only two that stand out in his memory as being tough road environs. He then said he can’t wait to see what Sanford Stadium has to offer.


Re: scumbody mite take uhfence


Posted: Aug 23, 2014 2:51 PM
 

And when a FB player can feel that a road game is a challenge, and and not so much as an advantage for the home team, you play your best football. That's part of what makes Anthony a gamer on every snap. A lot of times guys will make the wrong read, and the good ones will improvise. Stephone Anthony has proven he is that type of FB player.


Re: New Story: Anthony focused on the Bulldogs, not the Sanford Stadium crowd


Posted: Aug 22, 2014 5:14 PM
 

He gonna make some Dawg fans cry.


Re: New Story: Anthony focused on the Bulldogs, not the Sanford Stadium crowd


Posted: Aug 22, 2014 6:16 PM
 

It looks like the experience that we have this year will pay off on the road. We are more than good enough to pull a big upset on the road.

Anthony thrives on being on the road and that's a good thing. The Dawgs will get Gurley or Marshal hurt trying to push the issue and when they go to the pass they will be surprised how good our secondary is with a 5 star backup guy back there. Our two or three deep defensive line will hurt their wear them down game...lol

Tigers win Dawgs run home to play the coots after they lost to A$M. Chicks will be easier to play that run game on...lol

Go Tigers


I did a little research...


Posted: Aug 22, 2014 6:50 PM
 

...and came up with way more than 37 games at home under Richt. He went there in 2001 and here's the non-conference wins. Hardly a bunch of wins over murderer's row but they did only lose 1 non-con game at home.
2013 – North Texas, Appalachian St, GA Tech
2012 – Buffalo, Florida Atlantic, Georgia Southern, GA Tech
2011 – Coastal Carolina, New Mexico St., GA Tech (lost to Boise St in Atlanta)
2010 – Louisiana-Lafayette, Idaho St., GA Tech
2009 – Arizona St., Tennessee Tech, GA Tech
2008 – Georgia Southern, Central Michigan, LOST TO GA Tech
2007 – OK State (before they were good), Western Carolina, Troy, GA Tech
2006 – Western Kentucky, UAB, Colorado, GA Tech
2005 – Boise St., Louisiana-Monroe, GA Tech
2004 – GA Southern, Marshall, GA Tech
2003 – Middle Tennessee St, UAB, GA Tech
2002 – Clemson (won by 3), Northwestern St., New Mexico St., GA Tech
2001 – Arkansas St., GA Tech, Houston

Ohhh, I'm skeered.


Anthony is another beast for sure!


Posted: Aug 22, 2014 8:04 PM
 

Him & Vic Beastley ??

Spot the dayum ball!!! ??


Re: Anthony is another beast for sure!


Posted: Aug 22, 2014 8:15 PM
 

1 out, 2 in!
Time to show out Stephone!!!

Go Tigers


Re: Anthony is another beast for sure!


Posted: Aug 22, 2014 10:56 PM
 

You forget Grady! All three are skrong.


Re: Anthony is another beast for sure!


Posted: Aug 23, 2014 3:01 PM
 

Vic Beasley, Anthony, and Jarrett are all a beast among men. Then we have the Tazz running every where just hitting people.


Re: I did a little research...


Posted: Aug 22, 2014 11:39 PM
 

We can win this one, hopefully we take their crowd out early.


Re: I did a little research...


Posted: Aug 23, 2014 12:06 PM
 

Good research, and definitely not playing beasts out there.

But the 37 is right. You have GA Tech as a home game every year when it should be every other year.


Re: New Story: Anthony focused on the Bulldogs, not the Sanford Stadium crowd


Posted: Aug 22, 2014 8:38 PM
 

I'm just glad this defense didn't do anymore damage that was done this spring and fall sessions. It's time to unleash this type of hitting on someone else. Can't Wait! Bring On "Operation Shutdown". These guys are going to be fun to watch if you are a defensive person.
Besides, Defense wins ballgames, the Offense makes you look good.


Well said


Posted: Aug 23, 2014 7:58 AM
 

I'm kind of waiting like everyone else for the "storm" after the lull of fall camp. We've been down played and undersold by many pundits, Herbstreit among them - all he could talk about was how great Dcoord Pruitt is for Georgia. Our D has to show it on the field not paper, but I think the Georgias and FSU's are going to get a rude awakening soon. The key will be can our Offense just manage some business and stay on the field a reasonable amount of time and score about 25 pts a game. The D will take care of the rest.


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