Yesterday, it was all about getting D’Andre Swift the ball.
“If number 7 is running the ball the way he was running the ball, it’s hard to give the ball to anybody (else),” Smart said. “The guy was making people miss, running possessed.”
Today, it’s about letting Jake Fromm make plays.
Smart said he also wants Coley to help find ways for Jake Fromm — the top playmaker of all — to take more shots downfield with more opponents aiming to stack the line against the run game…
“It’s limitless what we’re trying to do, but the central focus is protecting Jake and let him throw the ball vertical,” Smart said. “Spread the ball out some and loosen people up.
“We know our strength is running the ball. Sometimes teams try to take that away, and you’ve got to have answers.”
Sometimes? Shit, Kirby, when’s the last time Georgia faced a decent team that didn’t try to slow down your running game?
I’m a dumbass blogger who’s never coached a minute of football in his life, but if watching Georgia go up tempo against Notre Dame didn’t give you a clue on how to solve your dilemma, I don’t know what to tell you.