I think the thrust of this article is right – it’s hard to say if Georgia was deliberately holding back parts of the playbook Saturday, because there was no real need to do more.
And John Theus nails the Theory of Great Offensive Playcalling in one take with this:
“But obviously Greyson showed that he can throw the ball, and we can throw it if we need to. Why fix something that’s not broken? So if we’re running the ball and it keeps working, hopefully coach Schotty just keeps calling it like it was. That’s what wins games.”
Amen to that.