Or, as Mark Richt put it, “All hands on deck.”
G-Day will be fun to watch, that’s for sure.
I don’t have a problem with the moves, as long as they’re well thought out and justified, as opposed to the “see what happens if we stick him there” approach we’ve seen before.
“We have got to make sure that we take the entire talent base of our football team and get the best players out there in whatever situations that we need them in,” Richt said. “If that means a guy playing both ways or two positions on defense — whatever we’ve got to do to get the best players on the field. We’ve got to take advantage of everybody’s abilities.”
I think what we’re seeing is the Granthamization of Georgia’s approach to utilizing personnel. We’d better hope that the strength and conditioning program can keep up.