In his last three games, Blankenship is a perfect 8-8 on field goal attempts. That’s good. But there’s a curious counterpoint to that. Compare Georgia’s scoring averages in its first six games of the season with the three since Blankenship found his groove:
- 1-6: 26.67 ppg
- 7-9: 17.67 ppg
That’s a nine-point drop. Yeah, Florida is in the last three, but so is Kentucky. Small sample size maybe, but the question is, has Blankenship’s success led Smart (and Chaney) to be less aggressive on offense?