Big shoes to fill

Not much mention is being made of this guy’s departure…

… and I know there’s depth and talent on the o-line, along with a coach who knows how to develop it.  Still, Gaillard really came a long way from where he started, didn’t he?

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21 responses to “Big shoes to fill

  1. Greg

    He was a good one, never will have thought he would have developed the way he did. But he was apparently determined to succeed. He will be “mist”, a DGD. Also, check out Cleveland on the last part of that video…..buried his man also. Love a nasty streak in my OL. Honestly think we get better on the OL overall next year

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  2. I hope one of the young guys is ready to take Gailliard’s place. Everyone forgets the dumpster fire the middle of the line was in 2015-16 after Boss Andrews headed to New England.

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  3. Russ

    Yeah he turned it on for sure. Another in a long line of excellent Dawg centers. I hope he does well in the league and gets out with his health and wealth.

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  4. Cojones

    Last I heard was that he was entertaining the move by putting his name in the pot. Must have gotten good news that I never heard about. There was open talk about newcomers to the position this year being trained by Gaillard. Who do we have with experience?

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  5. Russ2

    A great center who came to UGA as a Defensive lineman

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  6. Derek

    Don’t forget about Warren Ericson. He could up up winning the center spot. Hill may be more valuable at guard.

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  7. TMC DAWG

    Hopefully the falcons look at Galliard

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  8. CB

    LG is the anti Justin Fields. Came in as a heralded recruit, got buried on the depth chart, switched positions, and excelled at a high level.

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