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Post We appreciate Pete Carroll’s concern

Wednesday April 15, 2009

Pete Carroll is right: every team in America might now be able to break down Georgia film now and study how the Dawgs run the same few vanilla plays and base defenses with half the team sitting out. Especially since no Georgia game over the past eight seasons has been on TV. I can just imagine the scene last October when a breathless Florida assistant burst into Urban Meyer’s office and panted, “Can you believe it? CBS! Those idiot Bulldogs are actually playing LSU on national television! The fools are showing us everything!!!”

Carroll doesn’t seem too concerned when it comes to people getting a look at his own program. The Trojans have quite a liberal open-practice policy.

Only a few dozen fans showed up for USC’s morning practice today, a big change from Sunday night when an estimated 1,000 people or more pushed onto Howard Jones Field. … “In the NFL, for all those years, there were always people at practice during camp,” (Carroll) said. “So this isn’t that unusual. I think it’s unusual to go the other way, to tell you the truth.”

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  • Ubiquitous GA Alum

    April 16th, 2009
    8:59 am


    Not to mention that G-day was open to anyone who wanted to attend … So any scout with a can of green beans could breeze right in & break it down.