“Here’s the plain and simple of it: Georgia will not look much different from an offensive standpoint.”

In my G-Day post, I noted that what I found most striking about the offense under Schottenheimer was how little it seemed things had changed from when Bobo was directing traffic.  So I totally get what Cory Brinson is seeing when he digs a little into Schottenheimer’s philosophy as a playcaller.

That being said, how much would I love it if Schottenheimer used some of Spurrier’s tendencies against the OBC to beat South Carolina?  Yeah, pretty much.

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UPDATE:  More Schottenheimer from Groo here.

You know, it occurs to me if defensive coordinators are having to spend much time combing through Schottenheimer’s NFL offenses to glean enough information to put together a game plan, maybe Richt doesn’t need to worry so much about hiding the identity of his starting quarterback.  It’s not like they don’t already have plenty of guessing to do as it is.

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7 responses to ““Here’s the plain and simple of it: Georgia will not look much different from an offensive standpoint.”

  1. ApalachDawg

    For the first time in a long time, opposing coaches will have to spend more time preparing for the Dawgs. There is a new sheriff in town at OC for the Dawgs, let’s just hope he goes Wyatt Earp all over their DC co-ord ass and “calls down the thunder…”

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  2. ApalachDawg

    Cue up Angus Young’s guitar to Thunderstruck. Is it Saturday yet…

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  3. 69Dawg

    If CBS is going pro there will be motion on almost every play. The pro’s have to try and confuse the defenses since they are so good. If he can keep the plays simple for our guys but confuse the heck out of the D we will have a very good year.

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  4. W Cobb Dawg

    Does this mean we’re going to send our smallest RB up the middle, a la Carlton Thomas or Tyson Browning?

    But seriously, one of the great things about McClendon is he quit recruiting the undersized RBs.

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    • Cojones

      In answer to your question, there are plans to run McKenzie at RB next year after we have depleted our O-line. We have a lot of experience with that combo.

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  5. AusDawg85

    Interesting Cory and Groo both reference the same play with motion and the quick out to the TE. I fully expect to see a LOT of double TE formations with motion this season and hope our starting QB finds comfort / sure hands in that stellar group. If so, we can move the ball any time, any where. Oh yeah, there’s this kid Nick Chubb we may use too!

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  6. Cojones

    By now they have given up on guessing the QB and are just going to cover the TEs. Of course, if the Ends are matched up at another place in the formation they will go back to plan A; you know, the one with confusion about the QB.

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