Georgia’s returning starters

So, how do you feel about this bunch?

That offensive line is gonna be something this season.


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21 responses to “Georgia’s returning starters

  1. Atticus

    OL is going to be nasty


  2. Something in those photos of the OL seemed out of proportion, either the uniforms/equipment was to small or the players/refs are not very big…..or those gentleman ARE VERY BIG DAWGS!


  3. Chopdawg

    Senator, if this was Arizona you’d have legislators wanting to tax this blog.


  4. Russ

    We have 2 complete offensive lines that I’d feel comfortable with. I don’t know when that has happened before.

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    • Mayor

      They need to wholesale substitute the OL in games—send the complete second unit in for an entire series at a time. Keeps the starters fresh for the 4th quarter and also gives a lot of meaningful game experience to the #2s.


  5. J-Dawg

    This is better than Viagra for Pittman.


  6. Watching those holes open up will be like watching the clouds part and the light of the heavens pouring through. I expect our running backs to be lifted through the rapturous gaps into touchdown nirvana.

    This, btw is a huge position of need for the Falcons the next few years, meaning that the chance of them getting a Dawg o-linemen is next to nil.


  7. Bigshot

    Don’t count your chickens before they hatch.


  8. Jim

    And no mention of Trey hill who was a beast last year when others were out with injuries


  9. CB

    I find it strange that Ben Cleveland wasn’t on this list. He’s the clear favorite to re assume his starting role at RG in the Spring assuming he’s fully recovered from his leg injuries.


    • artful codger

      I don’t know that he is clearly over Mays. He and Mays have a similar amount of career starts. Cleveland got his first only after the ’17 Auburn fiasco, and then was hurt most of ’18. I guess Hill projects at center. Salyer will have a say at guard as well.


      • CB

        I don’t see anyone supplanting a healthy Ben Cleveland. Mays had a great freshman season, but I’ve seen Cleveland maul Derrick Brown. If anything I would think Mays would have more of a chance to overtake Kindley. Hill would seem to project at center, but given his issues with high snaps I’m not 100% on that. Salyer got some snaps at center late in the season as well.


    • 7 start minimum and guys like Cleveland, Swift, etc didn’t actually start 7 games.