There was so much that went wrong in Jacksonville that sometimes it gets lost in the shuffle about how much the offense struggled after David Andrews suffered an injury. No offense, but Hunter Long didn’t exactly impress me with his audition that day.
And it sounds like Georgia’s new offensive line coach may be looking in another direction, too.
Sale got questions about the center spot after David Andrews’ departure on more than one occasion Wednesday. “We’ve got a good place to start with,” Sale said. “Isaiah Wynn is very capable of doing it. We’ve got some guys behind him that can come in.” He didn’t rule out moving one of the other starters to center.
That’s good to hear. It’s obviously a plus that Georgia only has to replace one starter on the line, but it’s a key spot. And Georgia’s been fortunate to have a lot of stability at that position over the past few seasons. But with new players to break in at both the center and quarterback positions, you have a feeling that chemistry is going to be a very big deal to factor into the equation.