- Aug 26, 2011
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Good for him... much better choice than Louisville/Rutgers:
I'm assuming that Collins will throw the ball more than the previous regime (and UConn for that matter), so that's a good landing spot. Assuming they have a QB in place who can throw the ball...
Very happy or him.
Interested to see GT play next year, as they have spent the last decade recruiting kids to play the option O. They have undersized OL, qbs that are not a threat to throw, etc. The ACC is a very weak conference outside of Clemson, so 6 wins is doable by any of the programs, but I think Collins may need a few years to get his O installed.
Probably due to scheme. I believe they played the wish bone or triple option on offense for the last while.
I wish Tyler all the best at his new university. He will still BLEED Blue. He represented the program as we wish any student athlete would. For the sake of the program we can only wish for more Tyler Davis types.Yes this is exactly the point. Tech has been running a scheme that had no use for TE's for years. Collins signed a decent 3* TE last week. First TE in 10 years. Collins wants to run a normal pro style offense. Tyler is joining the perfect situation right now for himself. I imagine they will switch some of their big and athletic FB's to TE but he has a nice advantage considering he has actually had decent experience playing the position.