I'm bullish on Georgia's O-line, bearish on the D-line.
I think Rico will be on the field some. Not sure if that'll be as a starter on defense. Talks a good game, though.
Mark seems more confident in his assistants, but he seems generally less joyous to me. He seems more driven to me this year.
Probably Herrera. John Theus is trying to be. He's always scrapping with the OLBs and DEs.
What I'm seeing is not a lot different from Grantham other than positional techniques. Jordan Jenkins role as the "Jack" OLB a little more intricate and will get him involved in more things.
Trammel Terry is an interesting study to me. He's a fantastic athlete, but the transition to DB has been difficult for him. With all the injuries to WR, think Georgia could have used him there this season.
bobby: I think it's Faton Bauta and I don't think it's close.
Sony Michel looks very impressive to me. Not seeing him in 11-on-11, but I think he's an impressive runner. More fast and elusive than Chubb.
3. Special teams improvement.
2. Offensive line cohesion
Hands-on teaching. I just think Pruitt is much more emphatic about having it done a certain way all the time and doing it that way or not playing. Lakatos knew what he was doing, but his approach was different.
Neither of those guys are getting redshirted.
Neo, Bobo told me they were in one-back more than 70 percent of the time last season. That's usually the tailback alone. That'll be Gurley most of the time.
gadawg: Will be usually. Had conflict this morning and had to push back to 12:30. Thanks for chiming in.
Gary: FS Mauger, SS Moore, Star -- Green, FCB -- Damian Swann, B-CB Aaron Davis.
I'm expecting some good things from sophomore ILB Reggie Carter. He's always been impressive to me and is getting a lot of work in preseason camp with Ramik Wilson sidelined with concussion. Reggie Davis is poised to have a good season, too.
Yesh, Deshaun, we'll see you between the hedges.
Neo, I don't expect Carter to be "a force." I do, however, expect Jordan Jenkins and Leonard Floyd to be. Carter will have to get the scraps this year.
TM Paul: I expect the Bulldogs' secondary to be substantially better against Clemson this year. They'll be better coached. The other guys weren't very good teachers, in my opinion.
I think you'll see Hicks before Douglas for sure. The H-back role Georgia is developing for Hicks is very intriguing for me. I think he's going to be on the field a lot. And the Dogs don't have to have a straight FB for their offense to work. Lots of personnel sets they can use.
By all accounts, Hutson Mason is having a fantastic camp and is poised for a good year. Ran into Jim Donnan the other day and he's been attending a lot of practices and thinks Mason looks very sharp.
False. If a player gets arrested and we find out about it, we report it. Don't know what other papers do and don't care. That's my duty. Athens-Clarke County just happens to be a small precinct with a transparent and public database. Bigger towns have more precincts and some smaller towns that these other schools are in aren't as open with their business.