As to how much we actually lost when Jon Dwyer went to the NFL. Word on the street is he's been REALLY lazy up in Pittsburgh, and calling him a disappointment might be putting it lightly. Now, I know he ran for nearly 1,400 yards two years in a row, and I know he was ACC POTY in 2008, but honestly, with Anthony Allen coming in with all he has to offer, I don't think that loss will kill us. Allen's been working out the entire offseason to be in the best shape he can be in, and he's made it his goal to be the single best back in the country. He's a downhill runner (where Dwyer would try to dodge people, Allen tries to snap your neck before knocking the guy behind you out), he's faster than he was last year (which was pretty dang fast, seeing as he averaged over 9 a carry while playing a more speed-dependent position), he's got some ridiculous work ethic, and he brings attention to our program moreso than Dwyer did (right, Heather Dinich?). Everyone's preview of GT football this year says that we won't be as good without Burnett, Bay-Bay, Dwyer, and Morgan, but I really think that with Allen at B-Back, experienced guys like Roddy and Embry at A-Back, and a man who will win at all costs under center, we have a lot of potential to be even more dangerous than before. What's better is that our schedule allows us a lot of cushion to get our offense in gear and in rhythm before we go into our hellacious 5-game stretch at the end. What say you, FTRS? Will it be a big deal that we lost Dwyer with Allen stepping in to replace him?