Georgia’s offensive line has been injury-prone this season, to say the least. Despite that, it really hasn’t missed much of a beat. Latest example of that?
That was Salyer’s most extensive time on the line this season and he kicked some ass. Just ask his head coach.
“The kid that has really gotten better the last two weeks is Jamaree (Salyer),” Smart said. “He’s a heckuva good player at either guard spot.”
As the article notes, Trey Hill got a start at guard against UMass. Pittman has built some solid depth on the o-line in a relatively short period of time. I know it’s relatively short because I keep pinching myself to make sure it’s real.