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Guava Jelly
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Perfect "clock management" at the end of the game...


Perfect.


I love the fact that this was Les' little "frick YOU" to the entire world.







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thelsutigers
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re: Perfect "clock management" at the end of the game...


agree







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Gray Tiger
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re: Perfect "clock management" at the end of the game...


At the end of the first half too.





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Antonio Moss
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re: Perfect "clock management" at the end of the game...


Are you being serious?





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BamaScoop
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...and it was all JL knowing what to do. Jefferson is the problem on this offense, not the coaches and it amazes me that people are too stupid to know that. Jefferson is probably a great kid and I hate it for him but he is not good enough at QB to lead this offense. I'm not bashing him, it's just a fact.





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tjtiger9
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Yes very organized at the end of the game. Part of was wondering if JJ would have learned to calm himself in that same situation. Would have been interesting to see, would like to see him grow past that debacle





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BobBoucher
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wasnt JJ the QB in all of the clock mgmt instances?

Last night was Lee. Maybe that had a little something to do with it?

Im not trying to blame anyone really... I'm just sayin'. Different QB = different result.






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Antonio Moss
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Wait, wait, wait . . . Let's back up.

Do people really think we managed the clock "perfectly" at the end of the game last night?






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Guava Jelly
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quote:

Are you being serious?
Que?






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Do people really think we managed the clock "perfectly" at the end of the game last night?


We managed it well enough to win.






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INFIDEL
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The end of that game was not managed perfectly. You people are crazy.





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tjtiger9
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Different QB = different result.






THIS






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Guava Jelly
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Wait, wait, wait . . . Let's back up.
Yes. Lets. What, in your expert opinion, was the problem?






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Antonio Moss
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We did not manage the clock well at the end of the game.

Miles let 30 seconds run off the clock before calling a timeout before the fake field goal.

That's terrible.






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MCSquared16
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I didn't see anything wrong with letting the clock run. It helps sell that we're kicking (albeit slightly) and there's less chance of leaving too much time on the clock.





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Guava Jelly
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He planned on kicking the field goal. He was running the clock down so Fla had less chance to score against a gassed D. I thought this was pretty apparent.

They didn't decide on the fake until the timeout was called.



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im4LSU
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quote:

We did not manage the clock well at the end of the game.

Miles let 30 seconds run off the clock before calling a timeout before the fake field goal.

That's terrible.



because he was actually going to kick the fg and he didnt want to leave them with any time....

nice try tho



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Antonio Moss
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We were 35+ yards out.

That was a perfect example of what not to do in that situation.







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Guava Jelly
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That was a perfect example of what not to do in that situation.
With a kicker like jasper? I think you are leaving objectivity at the door and scratching for something to bitch about.

Any coach, even the GODS the likes of SABAN/MEYER, lets the clock tick in that situation.






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