We all know what an anomaly the 2020 season was. Aside from the effects of the pandemic on Georgia’s practice schedule, the program was also breaking in a new offensive coordinator and a new o-line position coach. Change was inevitable, but the pace of that change was affected by the nature of the season.
Here’s one example of that:
I believe it was mentioned in the o-line post from the other day that Luke prefers his linemen pulling, whereas Pittman took more of a straight-ahead power approach. I think it’s pretty obvious that change will impact the choices made for the starting five on the offensive line this season. I’d say it’s also pretty obvious Georgia will have a healthy dose of the toss sweep in its game plan this year.