The good kind of returning production

Hey, you know, Georgia may be alright in 2022.  Just sayin’.


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28 responses to “The good kind of returning production

  1. ApalachDawg aux Bruxelles

    i hope the tag line of ‘we ain’t played nobody Pawwwwwl’ continues until the sec champ game.

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  2. Hobnail_Boot

    Glory Days


  3. Hogbody Spradlin

    What’s PFF? One of those stats gurus?


  4. Bulldawg Bill

    Cue up “…but the QB…” in 10,9,8…


  5. practicaldawg

    I’m being told by LSU that this isn’t how you’re supposed to do things after a natty

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    • Dawg19

      I’m also being told by Bama fans that our championship is a one-off because we’re losing everybody.

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      • practicaldawg

        It’s also been explained to me that even though we didn’t have a general QB, we had a “generational team” that we shouldn’t expect to see again anytime soon


  6. spur21

    Ignoring the portal could be the kiss of death – just saying.


    • lincolndawg

      What makes you think we are ignoring the portal?


      • spur21

        My comment was meant to temper the fact that we have more returning starters than most, but our main rival has added multiple starters.


        • godawgs1701

          Well, I don’t think that anyone’s thinking next year’s just going to be simple because we some returning talent. However, with a few exceptions like Jermaine Burton, the majority of players who are in the transfer portal are there because they didn’t get enough playing time at their previous school. If Florida or whichever team you’re referring to there is stocking the depth chart with dudes who didn’t measure up the first time around or who are perhaps me-first guys unwilling to wait then I’ll remain more worried about Alabama and the other programs building their houses out of bricks. There are definitely also players in the portal who are true gems from the G-5 or D-2 who didn’t get recognized in high school, but, by and large I still give Georgia’s a puncher’s chance in the games we’re playing next season.


    • dawgtired7

      The portal is definitely a game-changer. You may not recognize a team from one year to the next these days. I think it adds to the excitement but I fear it has the potential to get out of hand. Things sound great to start but give it time…it never fails, the rich get richer and the poor…you know the thing. The new NIL programs could grow to the point of needing a fix as well.

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  7. beatarmy92

    KiRbY cAN’t cOaCH em…..he’S oNlY a ReCruITeR!!!!


  8. rigger92

    The only real concern from me in the returning production ranks is from coach Monken.

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  9. Ran A

    Yep, all that rotation pays off… It does cut down on the # of snaps and stats, but those kids leave Georgia healthier and ready for the next level and the next group up has more experience than say, I don’t know – Alabama?

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  10. This is going to be a fun season to watch…hopefully, stocked and healthy on the offense from the start of the season…with a hungry, aggressive defense that improves throughout 2022.

    And if Monken stays…Kirby is stacking major talent as far as his asst coaches go…this 2022 team is going to have major swagger up and down the roster and among the staff.

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  11. rugbydawg79

    We have four former Head Coaches as assistants !

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    • spur21

      Three of which were a combined 99 – 110 if I did the math correctly. I hope we don’t fall into the “too many cooks spoil the broth” group. That’s not to say they aren’t good to great assistant coaches and I’m happy to have them.


  12. jim1886

    Hopefully tomorrow will be a great recruiting day and as we continue to add to the depth and talent pool.
    The roster will continue to change as some leave in the portal and some arrive.
    Do hope that Monken is still with us next year.
    Trust In Kirby

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