Episode Ten: 2021 Football Preview: The Offense
The talent is in place. Can Jim Harbaugh, Josh Gattis, and a reshuffled offensive staff finally get the most out of it?
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Our three-part football preview deep dive continues with a position-by-position look at the offense. Once again, we need a few minutes to cover a topic before getting to the meat of the pod; this time, it’s a discussion of the “alliance” between the Big Ten, ACC, and Pac-12, featuring some hilariously painful press release jargon.
Once again, Connor makes the bullish case for each position group, Dan makes the bearish case, and your host decides which is most likely to occur. Then we do the same for the offense as a whole. The individual talent is apparent. Can it come together?
Before we head out, we make our picks for Nebraska-Illinois (lol) and read a few listener reviews.
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