Is watching the FL triple option shovel pass. Love that play.
"Rodrick Williams Jr.'s 10-month old, 2-foot-long savannah monitor named "Kill" gets the RB some strange looks when they go for walks together."
I was thinking the same thing about that play, would love to see RR add it to the play book.
I told a gator fan at the bar I was watching the game, "I believe my wolverines will be stealing that play next years, so thank you in advance"
I saw another play that looked interesting, too.
At one point, as Tebow threw a quick hitch into the right flat, a running back ran a swing route. It almost looked like it was a pass into the flat that could have turned into the WR running the option. That could be a badass play if it's executed well.
Oklahoma definitely ran something that looked like that, with a clear hook & ladder option that the first WR decided not to take. The outside guy looked frustrated after the play had ended, like he was supposed to get the ball.
Magnus I thought the exact same thing on that play. Could be interesting.
that triple option shovel is so hard to defend. oklahoma covered the outside almost every time and then tebow just shoveled it back in for 5+ yards every time
I can't believe the announcers missed it. It looked like a mix between a WR option or a hook-and-ladder. It would have been sweet if they had executed it a little better.