About that team strength…

This Saturday, Georgia will start its third different right guard in the last four games.  With a new face at center, to boot.

Add in wholesale changes at both tackle spots along with Houston’s move to left guard and there isn’t a single holdover at any position on the offensive line – not just from 2014, but from opening day this season.  Not exactly what anyone was expecting.

With Houston and Theus graduating, they’ll be shuffling linemen again next year.



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38 responses to “About that team strength…

  1. I noticed Long was in after Pyke’s injury when I re-watched the game. Is Dyshon hurt, or was his performance that bad against UK?


  2. Walt

    I’m about ready for Houston to graduate


  3. dudemankind

    True freshman at QB and a rebuilt offensive line next year. Oy Vey!


    • Athens Townie

      Sounds a little like 2006 and 2010…?

      I can’t remember much about what was going on with the OL back then, but I know it wasn’t stellar. OL has been a weak spot in most of Richt’s teams.


    • That sounds good to me. I am looking forward to next year.

      As to this year,& next year, at least we have the players on campus
      to shuffle & to rebuild.


  4. Brandon

    KD should contribute immediately. Also if we snag either of the 6’4 JUCO kids we just offered, I could see them contributing quickly too.


  5. ThePrince

    I’m starting to think all this rotations stuff at QB, RB, OLine, etc, is an attempt to try and make the starters play harder. I’m not sure it’s working. lol.


  6. AlphaDawg

    I’ve heard we’ve moved from man on man blocking to more of a zone scheme, can anyone confirm that?


  7. lakedawg

    I believe that we will be as good at least as this year maybe better, Gaillard, Kublanow,
    Sims, Allen, Jurovic, Hardin, Edwards, Baker, Madden, Pyke, Wynn, plus the 4 or 5 coming in are upgrade over past recruiting years.


  8. Argondawg

    Anyone seen or heard from aj Turman. Hicks as our 3rd string tb does not excite me.