Honestly, there is no more tiresome question about Georgia football than “Will Georgia ever target its tight ends more on offense?”.
Filed under Georgia Football, Strategery And Mechanics
1. Recruit and secure highly talented tight ends.
2. Talk up that talent and point out the strategic advantage of throwing to tight ends.
3. Insist that, no we really mean it this time, THIS IS THE YEAR we unleash our tight ends.
4. Use our tight ends almost exclusively as blockers.
5. Rinse. Lather. Repeat.
By the way, are we going wear the black jerseys this year? I kid, I kid.
I agree it’s hard to argue with the results, but it sure would be fun to see Nauta or Woerner running over some DB down the middle of the field.
Oh, and I love that Crean tweet/video further down the page. The man is working it hard and I hope that translates into more energy in the Steg and more excitement from the team.
The big Crean question- Will he join the Spike Squad this year???
Has anyone heard anything new on the QB battle this fall? Also I heard the players are working really hard this off-season.
Setting records in the weight room, I hear.
I hear Stetson Bennett is the hardest-working guy on the squad.
Who cares about the TE? What are we doing about the Fullback position?! Don’t tell me you’ve forgotten that sweet quick dive for a yard or two when it’s really needed.
I agree, this is stupid. If TEs’ main job is catch passes, then why have them? Put a darn receiver out there and let him block. If you’re going to use TEs, they will only occasionally catch passes, and they’re likely to be big-time catches.
Will be interesting to see TE used to replace FB. Hope that works. Receivers are not in same league as blockers as TEs. Would think more TE targets would open whole offense and give DCs more to worry about.
“We had young boys step up and make big plays,” [Jordan] Davis said. “We did more with less.” — AB-H, 1/2/20
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