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Of all the bowl teams, Wisconsin’s O-line was by far the most impressive. Their line looks motivated and they seem to be coached to “block” which is a relatively new concept at Georgia.
I think you meant to say relatively unheard of concept at Georgia.
Looked to me like Stanford’s o-line was pretty good, too.
Two tights, two backs in an I….why does that system look familiar…system, not results.
Wisconsin looked good, but lost, Stanford looked good and won, too.
Spread. Spread. Spread. Auburn, Oregon, TCU, Florida, Mississippi State, and their offenses roll on and on and on. Where to throw the ball is good, but it depends on the D, the route, and etc. But for me it is the timing and the space.
Not Florida anymore. With Charlie Cheeseburger on staff, Florida will be a pro-style offense, much like UGA’s offense
Where is the TE, QB, and RB at South Panola committed to. You know the HS # 1 team in the land in 2010. The team that has steamrolled teams for a few years. Never hear anyone around Georgia or the Georgia blogs talk about those guys.
Nice video on Open Grass.
Wish we had a Sprint Flood Right with an option to run or have the WR run a comeback. Bobo ran it a few times in one game and it worked great. Ever since he has put it in the attic. Sheesh.
“We weren’t elite this game,” said Georgia linebacker Nolan Smith -- The Athletic, 12/4/21
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