Several anonymous opposing coaches assessed Georgia’s team and the likelihood the Bulldogs would be one of the elites within Lindy’s Sports’ annual SEC preseason summer preview.
“They have a new offensive coordinator (Todd Monken) and that’s always going to be interesting, no matter whether it’s coupled with a new quarterback (Jamie Newman) or coupled with missing spring practice,” one coach said. “There will be some growing pains, but they’ve got so many players on that roster. They’ve got good receivers — young and inexperienced, but they’re good receivers.
“Zamir White is a good player, fast and tough and can make hard yards in the SEC. They’re not close to what they were on the offensive line. They lost too many good players.”
Just curious what you think about the observation regarding the offensive line. How dire is “not close to what they were”? I mean, are we talking Florida 2019 o-line not close, or something in between that and Georgia 2019?