No, Georgia does what Georgia does on offense.
No, haven't seen the Davis story. Please enlighten us.
I couldn't even name all the starting QBs in the East. But I'd say Mason, Driskell and Thompson have a chance to end up being tops in the division.
Special teams have looked infinitely better this season. But it's all relative since they stunk so bad last season.
Yes on McKenzie in slot. No, Park is going to redshirt this season no matter what.
Seeing Dominick Sanders running all over the field with the No. 1 defense.
Look for Georgia to put Leonard Floyd at middle linebacker some this season. But LBs aren't one of the Dogs' big concerns.
Georgia's not big on split backs. It's just not what they do and limits a lot of things you can do.
I'd say field corner, opposite Swann.
Yes, Pruitt chooses DBs based on their ability to make plays on the ball.
Yes, UGA will have some special packages for McKenzie.
Thornton has proven Georgia's best option. He's very quick and Georgia is going to attack more up front as opposed to holding up blockers as was preferred by Grantham.
Georgia likes Douglas as a tailback. He's not as big as you might think and I actually don't have a strong read on his blocking ability. It's not as simple a transition as people might think.
If give Georgia the offensive edge, but Clemson's front 7 looks awfully tough, the D-line in particular. I think UGA being favored is accurate.
In my opinion, you can throw out Mason's performance in the Gator Bowl. Those were deplorable conditions to play in and he probably leads them to a comeback win if not for all the drops.
My guess on the backup quarterback is that Faton Bauta would be the first up if Mason went down. He's just better equipped mentally and physically to jump into the heat of battle. But Ramsey has a fantastic arm and he might be your best option in a way-behind-need-to-throw scenario.
I'd give the defense a solid B. I think they've been good.
Yes, Mason and Shockley have very similar pasts. Mason's thinking Tee Martin's path is an even better one!
Answered the O-line question earlier but the Dogs are talking about it very optimistically. But I wouldn't expect the tone to be any different regardless.
Kirby is in a position of great strength in terms of his marketability. He won't leave unless it's a great situation, like Muschamp did. I'm sure taking over at Bama is among the options he thinks about.
I'd say all your outside linebackers have strong potential as pros: Jordan Jenkins, Lorenzo Carter, Leonard Floyd and Davin Bellamy.
Good question, Charles, and one I can't answer with any authority. I'd say all teams encounter roughly the same rate of hits/misses. Just look at the NFL draft. They pour millions into their scouting and intel and still miss a lot. Just an inexact science.