Grantham had one or two linebackers coming every play against LSU, caused the Tigers problems. Little doubt in my mind that LSU wants to play a lot of ball control against us. As has been mentioned several times by many, this shapes up to be a four(4) quarter game. This will not be a game for those of faint hearts. From where I sit, this game could easily resemble games played some years back.
Seems a lot of folks think that UGA has not been tried on the gridiron in 2018. Think maybe the talent on the Dawgs have something to do with that . . . . Can remember not that far back when losing a player or two for a short period of time would end up reflecting on our play for a large portion of the schedule. Depth is a wonderful thing. Also, regardless of the rating players have coming out of high school, all of us know that does not mean a teams fortunes change overnight. Regardless of “stars” there is a learning process, some that breezed through high school football find college a bit more challenging. There are players in Athens that are basically sitting, coming in with high expectations, that in my mind is a plus for Smart and Company. Tells me that we are definitely on the right track and I like to think of that as the “Smart Track”. Continue to recruit and build, those that are willing to “sit and learn” or play on “Special Teams” early end up getting to play a majority of their college days on Saturday. Some of my thoughts . . . .