Ian Boyd explores the blocking system that’s letting Nick Chubb be Nick Chubb.
Chubb’s vision and cuts, combined with his power and burst through the hole, make him the perfect back for inside zone. He can power through interior gaps, bounce runs to the edge if teams load up the middle too much, then make the most of his runs once he’s in open grass. Much of the rest of the Georgia offense is built around what they can do around this main concept. They’re killing with it and it’s all working.
It’s impressive what Chaney and Pittman are capable of when they stop being morons, eh? (Make sure your sarcasm meters are turned on, please.)