Disagree, Baghead, but you're entitled to your opinion.
You know, Kyle, that's hard to say. Brice Ramsey certainly looks the part. But I'm really eager to see what Jacob Park can do. He looks like he may be a combination of Ramsey's arm and Bauta's mobility. And with the 5-star kid coming in '16, Georgia's QB future overall is bright. That said, they won't all survive.
Thank you, Chatt Dawg. Glad to be of service.
Yeah, I agree, Georgia got away from that too fast.
Very well put, Chris. That's what I'm saying. He hasn't been great in the passing game but doesn't really need to be. As I pointed out earlier: 462 yards and 45 points per game. Offense ain't your problem.
You'll have to ask Michael Carvell what the odds are on landing a recruit. But I'd say if he's a 5-star DB and Pruitt has met him, the odds are at least decent.
Baghead, yes, Bobo has entertained a couple. He won't likely leave for a mid-level or small college, however. I suspect he'll hold out for a major job. This one may come open some day!
The status of Tramel Terry is present and accounted for. I would look for him to play a more prominent role on special teams on Saturday and maybe get some snaps at safety.
Pruitt rushes a lot more than three most of the time. I'd say five on average and sometimes more. It varies. Sometimes you drop 7 or 8 in coverage. The last thing you can be is predictable.
No, I'm a little skeptical about them making a "huge difference." Mtichell just hasn't played enough and I can't imagine him getting tons of work and making a bunch of explosive plays five days after stepping onto the practice field for the first time. That said, I believe Scott-Wesley is ready to play a lot and could make a bigger impact this week at least.
As I stated before, I believe Bauta gives the Bulldogs a lot of options.
Their relationship is fine. Richt's just very conscientious about how the things he says are interpreted. After SC he wanted to make sure it was clear he's happy with the job Bobo is doing. He had said in retrospect they probably should have pounded the ball on the last possession versus the Gamecocks. ... As for this week's conflicting reports on WRS, Richt quipped that Bobo is probably trying to throw off the opponent. It's no big deal.
Gary, I don't want to bash fans in general, but the rampant criticism of Bobo is evidence that many don't know what they're looking at. Check Georgia's stats before Bobo became the play-caller (last three games of '06). The Bulldogs' offense has never been more prolific than it is right now.
Kyle, yes, Hutson is the best GA has at the moment. His loyalty WAS rewarded for not transferring two years ago. But his playing time this season is subject to review based on performance, just like everybody else.
JD, I agree that the tight ends have kind of disappeared lately and will have a story on that later today. Basically they've been utilized more as blockers this season. See: Todd Gurley.
Probably walkon Kyle Karempelis. A.J. Turman remains sidelined with a foot injury.
I believe Shattle Fenteng is the real deal at corner and just hasn't been able to play due to an unfortunate shoulder injury.
NewnanDawg: Truthfully, Georgia recruits the same players as everybody else. There are many that couldn't darken the door of UGA academically if it weren't for football. That said, they have to behave and comport themselves a certain way. And I don't believe Georgia's expectations are different than other teams. They want to win every game.
Kyle, you HAVE to believe he's the best quarterback because Georgia is playing him. There are no special agendas here. They're evaluated and tested daily. They go with the best guy. That said, they're looking harder at other guys right now, so the gap may be closing.
Georgia has had some pretty good defenses since then. It's all about getting great players on defense. The Bulldogs haven't recruited as consistently on that side of the ball as they have the other.