Welp, if you’ve got forty or so minutes to revisit Georgia’s offense in last year’s Notre Dame game, here you go:
There’s plenty of blame to go around for the dysfunction, but I’m reminded of something I wrote in my Observations post:
Georgia was outplayed at times and was definitely outcoached. What it wasn’t was out-athleted, and that’s why it prevailed. I know Kirby’s happy with the win — hell, so am I — and he’s happy that his team manballed just enough to get it done, but this was not one of the staff’s finest hours.
Some of you are probably tired of my finger pointing, but as a position coach, James Coley did not serve Jake Fromm well. Fromm’s mechanics are all over the place and his reads, which were a strength of his in 2018, weren’t consistent. Not sticking with the up-tempo pace in the second half didn’t help, either, although I suspect that was more from Smart than his OC.
What do you guys see there?