That Dawg’ll hitcheuu.

Take this with a grain of salt from a guy who thought Cornelius Washington was going to have a breakout season last year, but I believe this is pessimistic:

Meanwhile, moving Ogletree to Mo from strong safety was a bold move and, even though Grantham says he’s “100 percent certain” it was the right thing to do, it’s an uncertain how he’ll perform in games.

There’s no question that he’s physically gifted… and that he’s just plain physical.  If Jenkins and Geathers emerge as a true force in the middle and allow Ogletree to stay free of blockers and make plays, look out.


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8 responses to “That Dawg’ll hitcheuu.

  1. heyberto

    I’ll take Grantham’s analysis over the AJC’s any day.


  2. George Glass

    I don’t think it was too bold. He was our best safety mid way through his freshman season and looking at his physique it seemed obvious he would bulk up.


  3. zdub

    That dog will hunt, monsignor.


  4. OrlDawg

    If the Dline is much improved with Jenkins and Geathers, it will free up the lbs to make plays; therefore, Ogletree will have more space and less blockers to deal with. CTG will look like a hero as Ogletree will be a beast.

    Bottom line, the game is won and lost at the line of scrimmage.


  5. W Cobb Dawg

    If Olivadotti is half as good a LB coach as Belin, ‘tree will be all-sec. Commings should be better suited at S than CB, so the move was a good one in my book. Perhaps the biggest improvement between ’10 and ’11 for the Dawgs will be stength up the middle on D.


  6. AthensHomerDawg

    D line play ………and h/t for the Lewis Grizzard ref.


  7. Cojones

    Ogletree brings memories of Blue and Thomas, only bigger. Unfortunately for our opponents, he loves to hit!

    Sic’em ‘Tree!!


  8. Keese

    TJ Stripling could work his way back in potentially