Now he tells us.

I guess that means he’s figured out how to fix everything in time for the Sugar Bowl.

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  1. Junkyardawg41

    “For a quarterback” That sounds like Coley believes any quarterback will do versus saying, “in place for Jake”. Interesting times I tell ya!

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  2. Greg

    “a quarterback”??…..he gone?

    Boy I hope not.

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  3. Chi-town Dawg

    Seriously, WTF is this comment by Coley supposed to mean? Is he taking responsibility for our piss poor offensive performance? Is he acknowledging that he “was” in over his head when the made him OC? Is he implying the light bulb finally went on and he’s now got it all figured out?

    Honestly, this quote can be interpreted in so many ways, none of which reflect favorably on Coley. I’m at a loss as to why he’d even say it unless he’s throwing himself upon the mercy of the court (of public opinion).

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  4. No One Knows You're a Dawg

    Sounds like Coley expects to be around for another season.

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  5. UGA '97

    That almost smells like flat out termination for cause, unless a $1Mill OC doesn’t include Accountability under either The Georgia Way or what is now the fully baked Process.

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  6. ASEF

    After watching Iowa State and Oklahoma yesterday get run over, maybe the B12 sucks. And maybe Georgia still has a massive talent advantage.

    Can the coaches leverage it? Simple question.

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  7. MGW

    It sure would be helpful in this offseason to go out there and score 50+ in a beat down.

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  8. artful codger

    I be happy to hear he has figured it out that he has to figure it out.

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  9. Russ

    Recognizing you have a problem is the first step to recovery.

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  10. Mayor

    I am absolutely convinced that Jake is just as good as Burrow, or at least was, before Coley. What happened this year was 100% coaching in one form or another. The Georgia coaches ruined Fromm with lousy play design, bad game planning and play calling, bad mechanics coaching and the worst sin of all—having no receivers who could catch the ball. I blame Coley but really I blame Kirby because he set this up and apparently now is unwilling to take remedial action. Coley is becoming Kirby’s Willie Martinez.

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  11. I’ve never put as much emphasis on talk as some do. Just do something. Recognize that something needs to change and do something about it.

    If you believe that the offense just needs to be executed better then coach them up. If it’s philosophy/scheme then change it. If it’s staff them you have to look to the HC.

    Just my worthless opinion but the 2019 offenseive philosophy isn’t gonna win a championship. It’s not aggressive, nor is it difficult to scheme for. Both of which benefit an opponent and leave little room for error. A shitty suggestion from someone no longer in the arena: maybe don’t wait until after halfway through the season to take the training wheels off. Stop handling these elite athletes with kids gloves. Allow these guys to try and makes plays.

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    • California dawg

      Yes exactly. This is why I don’t buy the players just have to execute better argument. When 5 star talent isn’t executing to such a consistent degree, that points to coaching/Coley. LSU’s 2018 team had Burrow and couldn’t score a single point against Bama. They made a coaching change on offense and won Burrow the Heisman and are now contending for a natty.

      Watching high-powered offenses in LSU, Clemson and OSU last night was depressing when thinking about our own anemic offense this season. It almost felt like you were watching an entirely different league. I hope Kirby watched and is doing some soul-searching.

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  12. And I don’t think Fromm has decided. I believe he’s waiting to see what Smart does with the offense, as he’s suggested. If Smart says they just have to execute better then I believe Jake is gone. If we bring in a QB coach or passing game coordinator or allow Luke to be a part then maybe he stays.

    Fromm needs to get better but I doubt he sees that happening if Kirby sticks with “we’ve got to execute butter.”

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  13. more spinners

    What we have here a failure to communicate.
    Manball yesterday. Manball today. Manball tomorrow. For KS it is manball foever.
    Have a friend who says he is not celebrating to hard on New Year’s Eve.
    He is planning on starting to drink early on New Year’s Day so he will be able to handle another Texas or LSU type kick in the ass game.

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  14. TN Dawg

    The depressing part is that next year will be the same if not worse, unless the incoming freshman receivers turn out to be All-Americans.

    Because the entire problem with the offense was the receivers except for Cager, who is gone. So now we will have no one whatsoever to throw to, even though we have a quarterback who is as good, if not better than, the Heisman Trophy winner at LSU.

    We could count on JF running for 100 yards a game with his outstanding athletic ability, but the coaches won’t let him because of our limited depth at quarterback.

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    • D as in Dawg

      It would be interesting to see who goes first in the draft if Burrow and Fromm are on the Board. They both make plays. Burrow just makes good plays.

      Seriously, I’ll buy some of what they’re selling and even admit I hope he returns to prove it, but he is not Joe Burrow. Not. Even. Close.

      Beck looks pretty good! Life will go on!

      Now leave me alone. I’m trying to recover from some sort of meltdown mode mentioned above. Something about Fields and OSU losing and that’s got something to do with Fromm. I haven’t put all the pieces together, but I can confirm I’m melting down.

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