The old saw that the defense is usually ahead of the offense in spring ball is going to be tested in Athens this preseason. The defense, both coaches and players, should be challenged with the installation of Coach Grantham’s new 3-4 scheme.
The offense? Chugging right along…
Compared to their defensive counterparts, Georgia’s offensive players are breezing through spring practice.
Returning nine starters made it easy for the unit to begin spring practice in full stride.
“We’re installing things pretty fast, going pretty fast with things,” quarterback Aaron Murray said. “That’s just because the guys know what they’re doing out there. We don’t have to take it slow. We’re pretty much rapid fire right now.”
With so much experience returning, less time has been spent teaching, with fewer repetitions needed to get formations and plays in sync.
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