gators have a “very good gameplan” for Hooker…..

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Jpcisco

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Only plan I can come up with is take away the short and intermediate passes and make Hooker beat you deep. He has missed those throws for most of the season. If that is the case you are playing with fire, Hooker starts hitting the deep ball its going to be alot of points in a hurry. Tillman being out potentially hurts, but if Hyatt and Bru have 1 on 1's deep I like our chances.
 
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Maybe they'll use the Butch Jones strategy from a few years back when we opened with Georgia Tech. Butch decided to let their QB run so much during the game that he would be worn out in OT. And it worked! We won in OT when their QB was just too tired to execute.... that Butch was a tricky guy.

But bad news Gators, we have two really good QBs.
 
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Maybe they'll use the Butch Jones strategy from a few years back when we opened with Georgia Tech. Butch decided to let their QB run so much during the game that he would be worn out in OT. And it worked! We won in OT when their QB was just too tired to execute.... that Butch was a tricky guy.

But bad news Gators, we have two really good QBs.
Our D line was 2 yards off the LOS. Butch was an idiot.
 

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