You think Richt’s sideline demeanor is a little too reserved? Eh, I wouldn’t worry about it, based on who else will be prowling the Georgia side.
Coach Pruitt let everyone know that he would of course be on the field with Coach Ekeler and Coach Rocker, while Coach Sherrer would be up in the box. Coach Sherrer explained further:
“Basically I’m his eyes in the sky, you might say. I give him down and distance. I tell him where the ball is at, kind of what’s going on, give him a feel for things. If it’s a good play, bad play, what happened from us. Try to call out the personnel, the formations. Sometimes it’s not easy to see and upstairs you have a good view.”
Of course having the energetic Ekeler on the sidelines is always fun to watch and surely keeps the players hyped up.
My question is…………….what in the world are we going to do with Coach Ekeler and Coach Hocke on the sidelines at the same time. Although Coach Hocke can’t be there in a coaching capacity, he will still be on the sideline doing what he does best.
Here’s a sample of Hocke’s best work, running/skipping past Saban:
Good Lord, if those two ever plow into each other during a game’s high point… the carnage…