One thing suddenly dawned on me after reading this quote from Mark Richt about how Orson Charles’ game developed this year in response to a certain mid-season development.
“I think A.J. showing up helped,” Richt said. “Any time you’re here and A.J.’s there, he’s going to get some attention and create more space down the middle of the zone where tight ends tend to work. But I think there came a time when he quit focusing on that part of the game and played hard and let the chips fall where they may. That seems to have worked out for him.”
The Liberty Bowl Drinking Game!
It’s easy. Every time one of the announcers comments on how A.J. Green’s return to the lineup after four games positively benefited some aspect of Georgia’s offense, take a drink. Every time the analyst mentions how A.J. forces the safeties to play differently, take a drink. Every team either mouth intones about how a defensive coordinator has to account for A.J. on every single play, take a drink.
Luckily, Bob Davie isn’t part of the broadcast team. You’d have to buy an extra case if he were and you wanted to play.