If Kirby had a hair on his ass…

… he’d have the offense come out on the opening series against Austin Peay in a two-quarterback set.

(I keed, I keed… I think.)

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26 responses to “If Kirby had a hair on his ass…

  1. Russ

    He should do it at least a couple of times early in the season to plant the seed of doubt in opposing coaches minds. If we’re going to run the Wild Dawg, let Fields run it. Just make sure he passes out of the formation a few times.

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    • The 984

      Didn’t we open one game last season with the Wild Dawg? I could have sworn we did. In which case, we had three different starting QBs last season. 😉

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  2. Ken Wilkinson

    My new favorite play to open against USCe. Toss sweep to Fields with DRob running a post from the opposite side. What’s that single high safety going to do?

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  3. Cojones

    They are both good athletes so, why not? Have one QB pass it to the other; that oughtta freak’em out.

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  4. p44haynes

    We’ll see it sometime this season. Maybe wait until an opponent worth the trickeration

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  5. UGA '97

    The sounds of the depth chart are starting to ring. The 2018-2019 UGA fall football season about to start. Georgia Bulldog Football is upon us…..time wake up folks!!!! GATA!!!!

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  6. Bright Idea

    Does an announcement make better clickbait than no announcement?

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  7. HiAltDawg

    Figure Fromm plays the first series in a Stetson Bennett IV jersey and trolls the world

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  8. lakedawg

    I think if Kirby did he would have told Marc to ask the Coke bottle.

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  9. PTC DAWG

    I see zero reasons to have them on the field at the same time….not kidding. 🙂

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  10. illinidawg

    Pound the rock, screw the gimmicks.

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  11. W Cobb Dawg

    Weiszer has a pretty sweet gig covering the hometown team for the hometown newspaper. Not sure you want to challenge ajc reporters and radio talking heads for stupid questions.

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  12. The Dawg abides

    I’d be in favor of throwing all kinds of crazy stuff out there after getting a big lead, just to keep Boom up at night. Even if you’re not going to run it again, it’s good to make teams waste their limited practice time on it.

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  13. With the developing transfer rules and stories, I really have to wonder if Fields stays and rides the pine until his senior season. Assuming Fromm keeps his job and I don’t see him losing it tbh. Or not due to performance. Fromm proved he’s more then just capable after he was expected to ride the pines behind Eason. It takes a social mind and abilities to, as a freshmen, be thrust into a starting role and help carry a team to SEC title and NC appearance. Fields may take it from him but I don’t see it. Not yet anyway.

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    • Macallanlover

      To a lesser agree, this is what teams are facing all over the nation, and t isn’t just at QB. The days of a Shockly waiting his turn (and delivering!) are history. His SEC title contribution will always be one of my favorite Dawg memories. The situation with Fromm/Fields is a very real issue for Kirby. I honestly don’t know why JF chose UGA after seeing what Jake did last season. It isn’t that he isn’t capable of winning out, just a helluva gamble to take when there were so less complicated options. Can anyone say they would have advised their son this way?

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  14. 2 QBs and run toss sweep to 7. Hehe

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  15. Uglydawg

    All Fields has to do is be patient and use every situation, playing or standing with a headset on, as a learning opportunity. Sooner or later, he will be the QB at UGA unless he gets antsy and transfers. By any means he will be making his millions in the pros in just a few years. Transferring would just set him back and hurt his prospects to sign big. Hope he has the where-with-all to stick it out.

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  16. The 984

    I loved watching Louisiana Monroe run the 2 QB offense a few years back. I think they used it to beat Arkansas. They had the right handed QB (who always ran to his right) lined up on the right side and the left handed QB (who always ran to his left) lined up on the left side. It was so much fun to watch.

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    • Macallanlover

      I missed that. With two talented DT guys, that would be a nightmare for DCs. I should have been watching that during the offseason. No time now, it’s game week.

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