Kirby gets asked about his defense’s potential and expresses concern in his response.
This is where the rubber meets the road for me. An upgrade in recruiting is great, but if the plan is to elevate the program above Richt’s level, the comfort level attitude that plagued Georgia football before, particularly during the Martinez years, has to be completely eradicated.
You’d like to think Kirby’s background at Alabama gives him the framework to accomplish that, and I’m certainly hopeful in that regard. But it’s still got to get beyond the talking stage for that to payoff.