It sounds like Sony Michel’s big day was due in part to a couple of scheme adjustments Georgia installed during the bye week.
“They hit a little slice iso (isolation play) on us and we didn’t fit it right twice. That’s a good thing about Jim [Chaney].” McElwain added that his defense’s No. 1 challenge was to make Georgia one-dimensional (throw the ball), but because of the Bulldogs’ “really good backs,” the Gators had no answer.
Say what you will, but week after week, we’re seeing Georgia’s staff appear better prepared than their opponents’. Add better talent and better preparation together and that’s how you get on a dominant run like the one the Dawgs have enjoyed.