Not all the public talk we’re getting this week centers around the players. Take, for example, this quote of Richt’s from his Tuesday news conference:
… I thought it was interesting that in his news conference Tuesday, Richt talked about Georgia still wanting to run the ball and keep the play-action passing game that hasn’t had much success so far this season, but he also said, “We do have ways to get the ball to our receivers quickly on quick screens. We have screens to our backs. We have ways of throwing quick game if we feel like they have outnumbered the run and we want to get some one-on-one situations. We are still very multiple in what we do.”
Bill King wants to believe there’s a message to Mike Bobo in there. I hope he’s right; otherwise, all it comes off sounding like is a lame defense of the playbook. It does no good to have the plays there if you’re not gonna use them.