Today’s scary thought

SEC, don’t say you weren’t warned:

“Gurley looks like he’s got great endurance and more quickness than he had by the end of last season,” Richt said.

A quicker Todd Gurley?  Maybe they can outscore everybody.

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8 responses to “Today’s scary thought

  1. Imagine if Marshall can put on a few pounds without losing his quickness and agility. With an experienced offensive line, this running game could be lethal. Put Marshall and Gurley in the game together with Marshall in the slot and watch defensive coordinators squirm.

  2. AlphaDawg

    This seasons O has the potential to be special, I wonder if that played into the 3 year deal for Bobo? Does anyone know if there’s a buyout clause in his new contract?

  3. Cojones

    Dang! What are Gurley’s plans for Spring Break? Now I feel like the dog with the bone in the insurance commercial. Worry, worry, worry….

    Seriously, is this team going to be a big “heart” team? Great heart for competition, stamina and athleticism; not the achy-breaky heart of loss when you shouldn’t.

  4. AusDawg85

    Maybe he can throw the short passes?

  5. Will Trane

    What happened to “Gurshall”. Guess the workload will be Gurley. Perhaps, Green? Can Marshall get back in the rotation? What is happening on the O line and the D line? Never hear much about those position players.

  6. austintwo

    I’m just glad one season of 1000+ yards doesn’t earn our rising soph RB a Spring and Fall practice of non-contact anymore, like it did with Knowshon; that decision in 2008 was one of the first indications that something in our approach had gone terribly wrong…thank God it seems to have been corrected.

    Hope the boys stay home and study for Spring Break, we’re gonna need ‘em all in weeks 1-4