The “Returning Home: Florida College Football” episode of Film Don’t Lie covers bringing a historical star back to campus in their prime for the seven FBS Florida football programs.
What if the Florida Gators could bring back Tim Tebow in his prime? Or the FSU Seminoles could see Peter Warrick lined up all over the field again? Can you picture Ken Dorsey back behind the center in Mark Richt’s offense? Or even TY Hilton playing for Butch Davis? The USF Bulls could use Jason Pierre-Paul and the FAU Owls could use Trey Hendrickson to improve their pass rush. That’s what this episode Returning Home: Florida College Football is all about. The seven FBS schools get the chance to bring one player back from their history and in the prime of their careers.
Film Don’t Lie is presented by Saturday Blitz’s College Football 5th Quarter series. Today’s episode covers the 2018 spring football season’s 2 losers and 3 winners. The losers were the Michigan Wolverines and Miami Hurricanes. The winners were THE Ohio State Buckeyes, Oregon Ducks and Nebraska Cornhuskers. I graded this on the hype it built for the season, momentum gained, and how the teams looked on the field of play.
I recently wrote a piece for SOTU.com (as part of the SB Nation network) on run-pass options. My focus is on how they’ve changed the rules, how they manipulate the rules, and what RPO’s we can expect to see going forward. Click here or the headline below to access. The video embeded below is from the article.
It’s not a week in college football without a lawsuit and/or a scandal and this week had both. Justin covers the two best and two most overrated coaching moves around college football’s assistant coach talent pool. Film Don’t Lie also covers weird lawsuits with Dan Mullen and Miami, the upcoming NFL Combine, Miami’s DL coach Craig Kuligowski heading to Alabama, and the Arizona Wildcats sex scandal.
Check out my Coachspeak podcast episode with Richard Johnson of SB Nation College Football – here
The article called College Football’s 5th Quarter is here
2018 College Football National Signing Day is a 3,000 level view of national signing day from the week of February 7th, 2018. Justin looks at a comparison between the South Florida Bulls and Central Florida Knights if the Big 12 was to expand, the Bob Davie suspension at New Mexico, 2018 NFL Combine invitees by school, recruiting team rankings for 2018, and where the top 5 that didn’t sign early landed on the first February in Wednesday.
I had the luck and pleasure to interview Art Kehoe, a legendary offensive line coach who spent 30 years in the FBS level coaching at the University of Miami, Ole Miss and Louisiana Tech. Coach Kehoe has produced legendary linemen like Bryant McKinnie and Leon Searcy, as well as college stars like Mike Sullivan and Brett Romberg. Kehoe won five national titles, all at Miami, during his two runs with the Hurricanes.