Bold, Italic, Red paragraph lifted from the article below . . . . Same question and answer has been rolled over and over on Dawgs.com for years. Might be that some on this board understood what "depth" really meant. Previous coaching staff and some of the blogs sure as heck did not have a clue. When Saban arrived in Tuscaloosa he immediately put together offensive and defensive lines. Noah Cain reflects on the development of the Georgia offensive line below. I have had the privilege of watching Cain perform for IMG, he definitely runs like Chubb and Gurley. If he lands in Athens, he will benefit as much as UGA does . . . . excellent fit. Top two running backs in the country are IMG players, Trey Sanders and Noah Cain. Appears that Trey Sanders will sign on with Alabama.
Which one of these three schools does Cain feel has the best offensive line?
“Georgia,” he said. “Georgia. For sure. Just the depth. Other schools have guys kind of at the same talent level, but the depth Georgia has with those guys really separates it for them.”
Good read from Sentell . . . . Much better than the "stuff" being spewed by Terrence Moore as noted by Wartdawg in another post on Dawg Talk.
Keep coming back to watch tape on Nakobe Dean, over and over. Mentioned before that looking at Roquan Smith's high school videos, Dean shows the same way on film. Looking at the 2019 Recruiting Board of commits, if Dean chooses UGA, I seriously start thinking about football at Georgia the same way it looked when Saban landed in Tuscaloosa and had a couple of years under his belt. What Dean does at linebacker doubles the strength of our defensive backfield when he is on the field. Crossed fingers that Dean lands in Athens not Tuscaloosa.
Dean takes the RUN out of the RUN, PASS, OPTION. Will make some quarterbacks look "ordinary" that are running the RPO.
Reading the article below, brings back memories of days prior to Smart and Company taking over in Athens.
Seems we always were trying to figure out how to get both sides of the team operating in unison. Offense and defense seemed to roller coaster year after year. Special Teams . . . . previous head coach said at one time he would get involved with Special Team coaching and right the ship. Know how that worked out . . . . "didn't".
Diaz leaving certainly does not hurt Georgia's recruiting efforts in South Florida. Matter of fact, Richt's main hire when he took over the "U" was hiring Diaz. Coach Coley was already winning recruiting battles against the "U" and others, couple of players that down that way probably taking a closer look at the Red and Black.
Copied from the article below . . . .
It seems like a bad thing for Miami, which needs its defense to be great.
The Hurricanes just went 7-5. They’re 7-8 since they started the 2017 season 10-0. Their biggest problem is offense, where they haven’t found an answer at quarterback and, flowing from that, haven’t been able to turn some top-end talent at running back and receiver into great results. They were 36th in Offensive S&P+ in 2017 and 67th this year.