There are times when I wonder if Mark Richt trolls us fans. Here’s an example:
Georgia players have black patches on the back of jerseys that is being used to track electronically movement. “What it’s doing is just giving us an idea of the volume of running, how much distance are they traveling, what speed are they traveling, how often do they hit maximum speeds,” Richt said. “You learn about just the volume of work that they’re doing.”
Sounds good, eh? Compiling a little 21st century cutting edge body data can’t hurt anything, right? Well, except if…
Richt said Georgia is still trying to determine how to use the data.
Maybe they’ll use the patches to decide who wins the quarterback derby.