There’s lots of restatement of the obvious here: the schedule, the returning starters, the end of the hot seat, Crowell, the offensive line, the suspensions, etc.
But David Pollack managed to toss out a couple of points that weren’t quite rote. One was about Murray’s mechanics, but it was fairly specific, referring to his inability to change his arm angle throwing when he faced pressure.
The other, though, was more interesting. He starts out at about the 4:45 mark noting that Georgia went more up tempo on offense this past season, but went on to argue that the offense needs to continue to evolve and “reinvent itself”. Somehow, that’s a combination of being even more up tempo (don’t forget that the Dawgs were ninth nationally last season in the number of offensive plays run) and running the ball more. I’m not sure how that all comes together.
I think Blackledge bails Pollack out with what Georgia really needs to see happen in order for the offense to take the next step. Aaron Murray doesn’t, as he says, have to play lights out every game. He needs to take charge and play consistently from game to game. All in all, that’s a fair representation if this team is going to finish more successfully than it did last season.