Richt’s right about one thing:
“And you know, a game like this there’s no question we know more about our football team than if we had played somebody that we would have beat by 40. So hopefully that will translate to us having a better idea of how to play in these types of games, and help us to see where our weaknesses are.”
Better what we saw last night than the false optimism that came out of last season’s opener. At least this time around, these coaches and players should come out of it with an early grasp of what’s lacking.
Speaking of weaknesses, nothing scares me more right now about the South Carolina game than the right side of Georgia’s offensive line.