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Who will lead the SEC in rushing yards next season?

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Tre Mason imo; 1,584 yards




For the boring offensive schemes; how many OL are Bama, A&M, UGA, and UF returning?

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View PostTHE_KRIEG, on 24 January 2013 - 01:18 PM, said:

Tre Mason imo; 1,584 yards




For the effective offensive schemes; how many OL are Bama, A&M, UGA, and UF returning?
fixed it--though it is perhaps a stretch to classify Florida's offensive schemes as effective.
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He's losing his OL. Plus he has a major target on his chest all season long now. A few teams will learn to contain him and force him to throw.

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Todd Gurley or TJ Yeldon
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View Postjthomas666, on 24 January 2013 - 01:25 PM, said:

fixed it--though it is perhaps a stretch to classify Florida's offensive schemes as effective.

Sure the Bama/UGA schemes are effective, but they're still boring. That's why I asked how many OL are returning, because without a shitload of experienced, 5* OL, those schemes are rendered useless

Yeldon in Malzahn's scheme: 1,872 yards
Yeldon in Bama's: 1,109 yards


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View PostTHE_KRIEG, on 24 January 2013 - 01:29 PM, said:

Sure the Bama/UGA schemes are effective, but they're still boring. That's why I asked how many OL are returning, because without a shitload of experienced, 5* OL, those schemes are rendered useless

Yeldon in Malzahn's scheme: 1,872 yards
Yeldon in Bama's: 1,109 yards


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UGA returning pretty much everyone on the offensive line
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View PostTHE_KRIEG, on 24 January 2013 - 01:29 PM, said:

Sure the Bama/UGA schemes are effective, but they're still boring. That's why I asked how many OL are returning, because without a shitload of experienced, 5* OL, those schemes are rendered useless

Yeldon in Malzahn's scheme: 1,872 yards
Yeldon in Bama's: 1,109 yards


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What does Bama lose on the O-line?
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3 first round picks maybe gone from our OL.   We still return a Senior experienced right guard, and a first round pick left Tackle, and may pair him with his older brother at guard.   SEC all sec freshman at C.   Bringing in a JUCO RT most likely.

I don't know, we haven't had a bad run blocking line at least since maybe 2006.  We aren't going to be rebuilding next year, I'd say reloading.    Because what we had at OLine this year just doesn't happen very often, sorta like what we had defensively in 2011.
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I'll say Gurley, but it could be Yeldon.  Like you said, Bama hasn't struggled on the O-line in a while.  Not to mention, Gurley will be sharing more carries with Marshall than Yeldon will be with his back-up.
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View PostHerschel Talker, on 24 January 2013 - 03:11 PM, said:

I'll say Gurley, but it could be Yeldon.  Like you said, Bama hasn't struggled on the O-line in a while.  Not to mention, Gurley will be sharing more carries with Marshall than Yeldon will be with his back-up.
Bama's #2 wont get the carries Marshall will but with Fowler and Hart back, Kenyan Drake and the 3 RB's coming in I don't think Yeldon finishes first in the conference in yards. I think he will have 12-1300 yard season but the guys behind him are gonna get allot of carries.

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Depends on how our RBs coming in/back perform. I really doubt Yeldon gets the most yards cause Saban hates having 1 workhorse. I'd give it to Gurley. Gus also likes multiple backs also, so I doubt Mason will have the most yards either.

As far as OL goes, return our LT and RG, both should be preseason all americans. Gonna hurt to lose the 3 we lost, but our backups got plenty of reps this past season, and while it may take awhile to gel, we should have a pretty productive OL.






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