Don't think Brendan Douglas to fullback is going to happen. He's too valuable at tailback, especially early on.
Billy, I thought it'd be Michael Bennett, Chris Conley and Reggie Davis. With Davis' recent finger injury, that third guy might be Jonathan Rumph.
Turtle, probably more than being secretive is schools are choosing to be more private. Just like you and me, players' health is federally protected by HIPAA. Unless a player gives you express permission to talk about them, which most of them do via forms, they can't talk about what might be wrong with them.
Yes, Coach Richt is certainly being tight-lipped on injuries this year. Personally I don't think there's any strategic advantage in being secretive about injuries. As coaches tell us all the time, "they're part of football." So why treat them as anything but. Biggest concern at this point is Malcolm Mitchell's knee and Chris Mayes' unknown absence, which very likely could be concussion.
I don't know about killer instinct, per se. you just have to get a lot of breaks and, for whatever reason, Georgia hasn't gotten many of late. I think the problems lately have been more tangible, like special teams execution and ball security, etc. I think they have the athletes and the general mentality to win big.
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I think they'll try to get Langley involved pretty quick. But he has a lot to learn on offense.
Undefeated, two weeks is the same amount of time they get every year to decide on personnel. Coaches already have a strong idea who they're going to play.
I answered this earlier but my best guess is Faton Bauta is your No. 2 QB.
I think Williams-Brice Stadium has become one of the most difficult venues in the SEC for anybody to play in, and the Gamecocks are always particularly motivated for Georgia.
I don't cover recruiting, but just seeing pictures of Trent Thompson seemingly always hugging Tracy Rocker and standing arms lengths away from coaches of other schools, I'm gonna guess Dogs.
Trae, I'm not a fan. I'm paid to provide objective reports and observations. Being an objective reporter is something I learned about at UGA.
Jeb Blazevich has looked fine the little I've seen of him. Probably just the latest/last impression but I saw him drop one right in his hands at the facemask yesterday. But who knows. Jordan Davis a more pertinent option at this point, in my opinion.
You will see Lorenzo Carter on the field a lot this season. Not expecting him to unseat Leonard Floyd just yet, though.
The SEC Network hasn't come calling. I have a face for newspapers!
Bigbubba: Kublanow is working hard and trying to get better. He'll get some playing time at left guard. Not sure if he'll start.
Isaiah Wynn has drawn a lot of praise. But his primary position appears to be center and David Andrews will play every meaningful snap there.
Keith, I think Sterling Bailey has been quietly solid at defensive end and seems to be unshakeable as a starter.
Lambert, I saw that video. It was taken by BulldawgIllustrated and doesn't belong to me but I may link it later with their permission. Just a blocking drill and Chubb puts Merritt Hall on his back. But Hall holding a medicine ball and just kind of flukish.
Neo, special teams are always a focus and probably even moreso considering their sorry state last season.
Haven't seen the new video boards in Jax. Perhaps you can share a link?