I'm not sure you meant to say Nick Marshall because I'm not up on Auburn's quarterback. But I DO expect Nick Chubb to play. And, no, I wouldn't expect it to be a lot. Mostly special teams I'd think.
Big Daddy, I don't ever see Georgia running the football 75 percent of the time under Richt/Bobo. But I'd suspect the Dogs might creep over 50 in this one.
Yes, Neo, Drew was listed as second team -- rather than third -- in this week's depth chart.
You're right about that DoubleDawg. I can't say I've seen any actual improvements because Georgia closes all their special teams work to us and most of its 11-on-11 work. But I can tell you that both areas have been concentrated points of interest this preseason.
Did you catch where the Bulldogs are going to wear special helmet decals to honor the late Dan Magill. Going to spell out M-A-G-I-L-L with the "power G" in the middle.
Nah, I don't think there's any kind of message. I just think he was out two weeks and fell behind on installation and everything. But I think Ramik will play a lot. I also think the Dogs have some tricks in store from the LB corps!
That would be WR Jayson Stanley.
OK, ladies and gentlemen, I have my fruit smoothie and a large glass of water and I'm ready to talk some Georgia football. In the words of the late, great Larry Munson, "whaddayagot?!"
OK, guys. That's it for today. Hope you enjoyed it. See you next week.
I'd say fullback is second biggest weakness. ... Keith Marshall won't be 100 percent but he'll be well enough to play all UGa wants. ... I suspect toughness won't be one of the defense's problems.
I'm taking a wait-to-see attitude on the D-line. Not sold on them at this point.
This is a strong group of rookies, with Carter, Chubb, Michel, Fenteng, Sanders, Rico Johnson, Malkom Parrish. You'll see all those guys on the field.
No. I see Pruitt scoffing at any sort of a nickname for his defense.
His blocking on the edge is the reason he's there. He has made much improvement as a receiver but still not his strongsuit.
I'm not sure I've ever seen a team without a returner on the offensive or defensive lines, which is the case with Tennessee. That generally doesn't bode well in the SEC.
No deal with Ray Drew. He's just playing his third position in four years for his third position coach in three years. fighting like mad to get onto the field.
Kublanow has looked good enough to be starting at left guard.
I don't care about spelling and grammar errors. I understand the concept of a live chat.
I think at Mizzou and at Arkansas in the middle of the season are potentially troublesome.
Wilkerson's not injured that I know of. Know this: Competition is always ongoing, and if a player's not playing much it's because the coaches like somebody else better. No agendas. They want to win in the worst way.
I agree that Terry should have stayed at receiver. That's just based on the fact he's not slated to start or even play much on defense at this point.
Not sure how much we'll see the young TBs. Wouldn't be surprised if they didn't play but would be surprised if they played a lot. On offense, that is. I imagine we'll see them both on special teams.