Today, in strategery

Another you won’t believe it until you see it stat about Georgia’s offense:

Here’s how Georgia’s receiving corps stats shape up:

Screenshot_2019-10-17 cfbstats com - 2019 Georgia Bulldogs Receiving

Take out Wolf’s four-catch, 73-yard effort against Murray State, and he and Woerner have combined for 9 receptions and 58 yards.  Perhaps not the best use of resources, in other words.

Of course, there’s no stat to measure will imposition, so there’s that, at least.

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20 responses to “Today, in strategery

  1. Derek

    I hope this is a ploy to get Arik Gilbert to sign with us…and it works.

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  2. Dawg1

    Maybe it’s because Worner has regressed somehow? He just doesn’t seem the same since his broken leg. someone, Kirby or Charlie had said he wa jyst feeling better, but that might not be true. I had the exact same break and 2 years later it still just hurt after any activity. It’s a tough injury to get over.

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  3. JasonC

    Shouldn’t we be playing 4 TEs to provide better downfield blocking to create more explosive plays (runs)?

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    • Normaltown Mike

      I don’t see why Coley hasn’t repurposed all those excess 5 star lineman that Pittman signs into TE’s so that we can finally really excel in that area

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  4. Why would we go to 20 personnel when we’re too busy playing 2 tights with one of them being Cade Mays as a tackle eligible? Talk about a way to telegraph what you’re doing.

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  5. It’s more frustrating bc our Tackles are the best thing out the OL. They can hold up without TE help.

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  6. Dawggone

    Blaylock needs the ball more.

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  7. more spinners

    Compare that chart to ’17, full season plus bowl game and NCG.
    Yard wise they seem ahead, but not in the company of Godwin and Wims re TDs, ie., scoring.
    Looks like the same formations and schemes over 3 years.
    So what is goind on?
    Roster. Coaching. Experience. Inconsistent O line play. TE’s are they blocking enough and getting down field quick enough.
    The offense just does not seem to come off the line quick and explosive enough.
    If that field is wet, interior line could have trouble getting a push with their weight.
    7 TDs upper classman. Swift with 1 TD?
    No one wonder SC shut down the receivers.
    Cager is out.
    The passing game will be tested again against a very capable, crafty HC/DC.
    Is Stoops better than Muschamp? Has only one week to prep.

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    • Normaltown Mike

      Sony and Nick could turn a 3 yard belly play into 53 yard TD run.

      Go back and look at some of the scores they had and you’ll see there was no “decided schematic advantage”. Just assignment football and an explosive RB.

      Kirby takes this as proof that his system works and last Saturday was the aberration. I think a lot of us are nervous that 2017 was the aberration.

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  8. BuffaloSpringfield

    Do you think we don’t already telegraph. We might be the Houston Astros stealing signs I think we just give them away for free. Tighten up those training wheels we gonna need those down the stretch.

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  9. A few of those without a TE plays we’re an extra OL lined up at TE. The phonebooth formation for 2 yards.

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  10. Mayor

    Going to a 20 personnel package reduces the number of blockers so….

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  11. 69Dawg

    To Kirby TE’s are just extra Olinemen. We could be so much more “explosive” with just a little more use of our TE’s. Kirby is going to get the Nick Name “Mule” if he keeps this up.

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