Big, if true ($$):
“Kenny (McIntosh) has had a great camp,” Smart said. “He’s picked up pressures, played really physical, caught the ball out of the backfield. Everything that he wants to do at the next level in our offense, we have asked him to do, and he’s done a great job at that. Kenny would be the first to tell you he has to work hard and maintain his weight, take really good care of his body. I think coach Dell McGee has done a great job of taking care of Kenny. He’s done a good job.” [Emphasis added.]
I don’t think your football expertise has to be particularly high to recognize that the weakest part of McIntosh’s game has been pass protection. If he’s really made significant strides in that department, it would be one of those little things that turns out to play a big role in making Georgia’s offense click.