It’s that simple.

We’re going to see this formation in Columbia, Missouri (h/t Chris Brown).

It’s in the playbook for a reason.  And, given the missing bodies in Georgia’s secondary for that game, they’d be crazy not to give it a whirl.

So, Messrs. Jones and Washington, it’s up to you.  When you see that, you’ve got one mission in life for the next three or so seconds:  separate the Missouri quarterback’s feet from the planet Earth.

It’s that simple.



Filed under Georgia Football, Strategery And Mechanics

8 responses to “It’s that simple.

  1. Wilcodawg

    The Senator cracks me up – “separating…feet from the planet Earth.” Good stuff…


  2. Given the likely suspension of Corbin Berkstresser (second string) and James Franklin’s bum shoulder, there is a very real possibly of a freshman getting significant playing time against Georgia. RE: Messrs. Jones and
    Washington – what an entre into college football in general and SEC football in particular that would be for the freshman.


  3. William

    I think we will see this all day until we show we can stop it. I hear they have a penchant for the Wheel Route as well as the 4 and 5 WR sets. Messrs. Jones and Washington aside, it should be more of Messrs. Geathers and Jenkins making the havoc. I would love to see OL hanging on for dear life as those boys plow through their ranks.


  4. Doug

    Kinda looks like the routes spell “Y’ALL.” Is this their way of announcing their arrival in the SEC?


  5. Dog in Fla

    David Yost almost cut his hair today


  6. AusDawg85

    A great rushing game of over 250 yards combined rushing and 3 or more TD’s will do a lot to “defense” this as well.

    One can only hope….