I’ll take “No one, probably” for $200, Alex.

If somebody could, they’d have already done it.

I’ve got more hope that Fromm’s worked successfully on his shaky mechanics in the past two weeks than I have in Kearis Jackson’s improvement to run a clean sideline route.  Especially consistently.

I’d love to be proven wrong, though.


Filed under Georgia Football, Strategery And Mechanics

16 responses to “I’ll take “No one, probably” for $200, Alex.

  1. FlyingPeakDawg

    If only we had experienced players who are big targets who can work the middle with seam routes, hitches and curls.


    • Anonymous

      Why is most of the fan base continually calling for seam routes this season? Who said it first to where others are copying them? These things have a nexus. Since the South Carolina game, teams have mostly been playing variants of Cover 1 (aka Man-Free) defense against us. That means a LB or S in man coverage against the TE along with a deep S that is playing inside -> out. Seam routes will always be facing double coverage. This is why we aren’t “throwing it to the TE over the middle” like everyone keeps clamoring for. The coverage dictates that we don’t… unless you think our problem is that we don’t throw enough interceptions.


  2. TXBaller

    See open receivers – hit open receivers. Dont overthrow, over lead or throw behind your receivers. Run the ball as needed. Check off at line of scrimmage. Make plays. And never ever target #5.

    Lack of experienced WRs effected 2019 = myth.


  3. Joe Bassett

    There were 10 passes in the championship game that LSU receivers caught that only Pickens may have caught!


  4. Duronimo

    Agree with TXBaller with the additiion that Coley needs to get the play to Fromm quickly enough to allow him time to check off. That’s right … never, ever target #5. How he ever gets on the field is a mystery to me.

    Coaching was the problem this year. Who else is responsible for one of the slowest paced offenses in football, running straight into 8 defenders with negligible results, never getting Fromm into rhythm and getting the play in so late Fromm couldn’t change it?


  5. ASEF

    Spurrier tested his defense as an afterthought for a long time, and they played like it. Had great players, flashed a lot, but they struggled to produce championship defense despite having all the pieces.

    Spurrier won his title when he brought in Stoops and let Stoops build his unit his way.

    Really thinking Kirby is going to have to walk that path as well with his offense.

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  6. Macallanlover

    You think he is really just waking up to this? Pretty blind, and egotistical, if he is just awakening to this. He should have different consultants, and analysts, regularly challenging what UGA is doing in the areas outside his expertise.


  7. Bigshot

    I told my son at the SEC championship game that Matt Landers was going to make a big play. See how that worked out.


  8. Anyone see this:


    “Vandagriff is the No. 24-ranked prospect overall in his class and the No. 2 pocket passer. ”

    “how hard it will be to attend college so far from home”

    “He’s a 6-foot-3, 200-pound signal-caller from Prince Avenue Christian School in Bogart, Georgia.”


  9. Gaskilldawg

    I know this is totally off topic but the Gus Bus drive to another 4 loss season today. 6 straight years. Most overrated coach in college football