Daily Archives: April 13, 2022

Goin’ to West Virginny

JT Daniels has his new landing spot.

I wish him nothing but the best.  He was a class act last season, when he could have been a major distraction.

That being said, I’m glad he’ll be playing for a team not on Georgia’s schedule.

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UPDATE:

“I love Georgia and Georgia has always loved me since I’ve been here,” Daniels said. “It’s been a really, really good and supportive fan base. I’m very, very thankful. I had no problems adjusting. I wouldn’t even consider it an adjustment. Everyone here has been good and honest and good people.”

How can you not like him?

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G-Day preview #1

It comes from Seth Emerson yesterday ($$).  The tl;dr version:

  • Status quo at quarterback.  Really, the main thing to learn is how far Back and Vandagriff have come in a year.
  • Receiver/tight end are in better shape than expected.  Have to think we’ll all be watching Arik Gilbert closely.
  • Offensive line depth is there.  It’s the second-string line to keep an eye on.
  • Defense will have new faces, but it’s the same old, same old, when it comes to coaches.  How much should we be concerned?

And, of course, my favorite:

• What will the offense look like in Year 3 of Monken, and with Bennett back? Will there be more flexibility for quarterback draws, even more use of the tight ends because of the surplus there, and a desire to get Washington involved? Given that the opening opponent is Oregon — and Lanning — don’t look for Monken to give too much away. But as with anything, there may be small clues that the fan base can obsess over for the ensuing four-plus months.

Hey, it’s a tough job, but somebody’s gotta do it.

So, how many of y’all are planning on going Saturday?  For those on the fence, this man says there are still tickets available.

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The 2022 schedule

Athlon breaks it down here, calls it “manageable”.  That strikes me as being a little charitable.  Once the Dawgs get past Oregon in the opener, the sailing seems pretty smooth from there.  Your thoughts?

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