… here’s a preview of Virginia, Georgia’s opening opponent this season.
If you want the tl;dr version, all you need to know is that the ‘Hoos have lost Bryce Perkins, their great quarterback, and their top receivers (“I thought the receiver group was the strongest position group on the team last year, excluding Bryce Perkins,” Mendenhall said.). That’s going to make for some tough sledding against Georgia’s pass defense, which probably doesn’t need the extra help.
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Sure hope they get to play this game (and the rest of ’em). I was really looking forward to see just how good the defense can be.
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“That’s going to make for some tough sledding against Georgia’s pass defense, which probably doesn’t need the extra help”…That my friends is pure and unadulterated “rat poison”…(might be true, but rat poison all the same)
Assuming there is a football season with very little practice defense will be way ahead of offense. That actually hurts us as it means poor defenses will look better than they actually are.
I doubt UVA scores more than 7 points.