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?