“We had really good players at Georgia.”

Sure, it’s good salesmanship for Dan Lanning to link himself to last season’s national championship, but I think there’s a little more to it when he mentions Georgia.

For example, take a look at this clip about some of his scheme design.

He starts off with some NFL tape, but things get fun when the clip hits the 1:25 mark.  That’s when Lanning goes to the Georgia Tech game — always a good start — and keeps referring to the Dawgs as “we” and “us”.

You can’t help but wish the guy a lot of success after the opener.


Filed under Georgia Football, Strategery And Mechanics

9 responses to ““We had really good players at Georgia.”

  1. whb209

    To play that type of D takes great speed. Guys are slanting and LB’s are coming from off the ball to get to the QB. All is great if you have athletes with speed (also brains).
    I wish him luck, after his first game.

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  2. I love that he shares peaks behind the curtains like this

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  3. Corch Irvin Meyers, Former Jags Corch (2021)

    I hope Lanning goes undefeated against that asshole in L.A.

    No, not that asshole, the other one. 😏

    The newer asshole.

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  4. I hope Lanning does a lot of good in Oregon (although their fan base is the Handbags of the Pac 12). I hope he doesn’t have success on Labor Day weekend.


  5. 69Dawg

    Does anybody know what his offense will be like?


    • Corch Irvin Meyers, Former Jags Corch (2021)

      Given how wide-open the offenses have been for all of Kirby’s former coaches, I would tend towards that direction. Also, because that’s what they’ve been recruited to do before his arrival.


    • Down Island Way

      Marketing and institution affiliation is one thing, seeing a duck on your sweat shirt doesn’t strike fear in mine mind/heart (let alone, roaming the sidelines)…sorry, GO DAWGS!


  6. stoopnagle

    Kirby did that, too, when he first got here. That is, continuing the use of the first person plural when referencing his time at Bama. It was annoying.