Meanwhile, six hours later in Athens…

Georgia did some depth chart reshuffling of its own, as Jakar Hamilton was moved ahead of Nick Williams at one of the starting safety spots.

It doesn’t sound like we’ve heard the last of that yet, either.

“It depends on what day it is, I guess,” Richt said. “As of Friday or Saturday, we were feeling like DeAngelo would start at nose. … DeAngelo could play end and (Justin Anderson) and Kwame (Geathers) could move up in a heartbeat, too.”

It’s going to be a real contrast in studies this year – barring injuries, stability ought to be the order of the day on offense, while the defense looks to be in a state of flux for some time.


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5 responses to “Meanwhile, six hours later in Athens…

  1. Captain Obvious

    Depth chart most likely won’t be settled till after Saturday. Great to see some battles though. Grantham has got everyone fighting for a spot.


  2. AthensHomerDawg

    I’m waiting for the starting lineup against the lamecocks. That D line and linebackers are a mature group. I was surprised by the number of seniors and juniors and red shirt soph.


  3. Bulldog Bry

    Dear Coach Martinez,
    I know you’re gone but, I’m a senior, why am I not starting?

    Bean Anderson


    • W Cobb Dawg

      Bean, you must have forgotten you’re a junior. Remember that redshirt season? But hey, if it was still up to me you could start as a safety. Jon wants to know if you can directional kick. – WM


  4. shane#1

    Here is my idea of the relative importance of the depth chart from highest to lowest. 1- Fans- 2 Players. 3- CTG. Grantham came from the pro ranks, where they play situational football. I look for the starting lineup to change from week to week. Against USC the better run stuffers will start, against Arky the better pass rushers will start. That is just a rule of thumb because CTG will also look for mismatches, when he sees a mismatch, that player will start. Senator, the defensive lineup will be in a “state of flux” as long as Grantham is at UGA.