He prefers man, but will do what he has to do.
Tramel Terry is still battling to get into the 2-deep. I bet you'll see him on special teams, though.
Georgia has a big advantage in special teams, in my opinion. Clemson lost its kicker and doesn't have a known returning threat like it had last year in Sammy Watkins. Meanwhile, Marshall Morgan might be one of the biggest scoring threats in the league this year. He was last year.
All right, trafficman. Well, here's the way I see it: I think the Dogs will play some old fashioned football. I think they'll be a run-first team, throw off play-action, try to keep the opposing offense in front of them and underneath a deep zone, win the turnover battle and the kicking game. I think they're suited to do all that and, as a result, win the game. But it'll be close.
Bobby, I'm a hamburger and beer guy. Just can't be beat for tailgating.
Yes, being out of position is a big concern for these DBs. But getting lined up right has been a point of emphasis for Pruitt and I think they should be better at that overall.
I think most fullback snaps will end up going to H-back Quayvon Hicks. Georgia doesn't even list a fullback on its depth chart this year. But if they go with a straight I now and then I'd say Taylor Maxey is prepared to lead the tailback.
Georgia's conditioning overall as a football team should be better this season. I think Phil Steele tabbed Alabama's RB group as the best in football. But the Dogs are pretty stacked there and they plan to play five backs Saturday. So I wouldn't think conditioning will be too much of an issue.
come on, Neo. Of course. I'd say Bobo designed one or two pass plays for his Heisman candidate.
Jon, thanks to Auburn's TD return last season, I think every team in the country now has an "Iron Bowl package" for field goal coverage. Lots of personnel changes on long field goals this year.
You're right, Jmonty. On paper I'd say Clemson has the edge there. But Georgia has talked optimistically about how its O-line is played. Smarter and more athletic is the general word. We'll see.
Brendan Douglas will play a lot Saturday and all year.
Fenteng is an impressive athlete just running around and looking the part. I can't vouch for how well he can play the position yet. We'll all get a good look at him Saturday.
Clemson's D-line has the potential to manhandle Georgia's O-line. I'd say that's the biggest concern.
I don't know about this game but I bet Morgan gets a shot at a plus-60 before the year's out. He has had phenomenal camp and is kicking the ball great.
Yes, Pruitt plans to play a lot of D-linemen. But Clemson's pace makes it difficult to substitute liberally. The best way to handle up tempo is to get them off the field in three plays. It's not much of a factor then.
I don't know where Tramel Terry fits in at the moment. He's not in their plans at all as far as I can tell.
Let's plays some games before I answer that. That's always "the word." Players are intently listening and carrying out the orders of whomever coaches them. They want to play and the coaches determine that.
Screens have been a big part of Georgia's offense since Bobo was playing quarterback, not to mention since he's been coordinating the offense.
Last depth chart had Aaron Davis starting at free safety and did not include Sheldon Dawson in the two-deep.
OL coach Will Friend. By a mile.