OJT, virtual style

Per Marc Weiszer, right now, Georgia is able to have Todd Monken “virtually install” the offense in the online sessions where he teaches principles.

Considering the coach is new to the players and vice versa, that’s got to be more than a little strange.  Luckily, in the time before spring practice, quarterbacks were able to engage the wide receivers in 7-on-7 work on campus and walk-throughs were held where coaches were able to go through the offense.

Basically, if Georgia’s offense is able to come out of the gate with some degree of functionality, things should get a lot better from there.  We shall see.


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7 responses to “OJT, virtual style

  1. Normaltown Mike

    If we come out looking good, we better see some ads like:

    “ZOOM! The official virtual meeting platform for the University of Georgia football team”


  2. Hogbody Spradlin

    Hell, I’ll be happy if Georgia’s offense is able to come out of the gate.

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  3. They’ve got plenty of time to get ready for the 2021 season.


  4. practicaldawg

    I just hope they’ve abandoned zoom given the slew of privacy issues it has. But I hope Mullen keeps using it and we zoombomb him.


  5. TN Dawg

    With the mortality rate of COVID being continually revised down (I’ve seen few estimates at .6%), which has a greater chance of happening?

    A given random individual contracting the virus and dying


    ETSU bearing UGA, assuming the season happens

    I’m unable to track down the win probabilities to compare.


  6. ASEF

    Multiply by 330 million iterations, and ETSU only wins 1,980,000 times.