What if nobody wins the G-Day QBR battle?

So, a random thought I had after reading this:

What we’ll be saying after spring: The offense is well-ahead of the defense. Georgia’s weapons at receiver are probably going ot have their way with a young secondary this spring. In fact, that should be the expectation. Spring practice tends to get a little weird at times so it’s not the end of the world if it doesn’t happen, but, again, it should. We expect to hear quite a few good things about Daniels and his leadership this spring but what happens in June, July, and August is just as important as what happens in March and April.

What if that expectation isn’t the reality at the end of spring?  What if the passing game is merely meh at G-Day?  How will you take that, as a compliment to a defense that nobody at the moment thinks is very shut down, or as a sign of concern for an offense that we all think will be as dynamic as we’ve seen in Athens for years?

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32 responses to “What if nobody wins the G-Day QBR battle?

  1. Hogbody Spradlin

    If the passing game is so so, I will try, really try, to take it as a sign that Kirby Smart is sandbagging.

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  2. Concern. If Daniels can’t light up a brand new secondary in a spring scrimmage then we are in for a long year. I don’t want to hear the annual “we are hiding the playbook” excuses either.

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    • oh man, that grates on me so hard. There isnt a coach out there that says “we need to score, but we are ‘hiding’ this play for 3 weeks from now against Florida.” Giving an opponent all the tape on earth is just as good as very little. They don’t have that much time week to week. Sure, a break down game week will give some plays and insight, but the amount of 5d chess that some fans think is going on is laughable. If you ever go watch a full practice, its evident – they just dont have that much time.

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  3. Gaskilldawg

    Senator, I am fully confident that our fans can find something to complain about no matter what happens in the spring.

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  4. Given I think Daniels will play 3 series at most and then be put into bubble wrap for the rest of the afternoon, I’m not going to take much stock on anything that happens on G-Day.

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  5. practicaldawg

    Call me a contrarian but I’ll be way happier with a strong showing by the secondary. I’m not worried about Monken’s ability to get receivers open, and he has boatloads of them to develop.

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  6. My takeaway is that Mett has plenty of arm strength and is an NFL talent and should be starting over Murray. COME AT ME BRO!

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  7. armydawg

    The reivers will be fine. The defense will be fine. What inquiring minds want to know is: will UGA be at G-Day? His absence is why we lost to UF & Bama.

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  8. beatarmy92

    I’ll definitely be concerned. That’s the True Georgia Way.

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  9. DawgFlan

    I “liked” a bunch of seemingly contradictory comments above because my mind will be a battlefield of contradictory thoughts.

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  10. If we have a poor showing at GDay Kirby will be on the Hot Seat.

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  11. Russ

    Can we count it as a victory though, like A&M did a few years back?

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  12. PTC DAWG

    We should run it every play.. 🙂

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