ATHENS – It has been a while since the fan base was disappointed with ten of the best team winning 21 points, but the Kirby Smart coach seems to have raised his program.
Or maybe Bulldogs fans are going out with a slogan “Your More” Smart this day.
In any case, it seems a good time to remind Georgia fans about the composition of the 2019 Bulldogs.
“We want to be a big team, bruising who plays a great defense,” said Eric Zeier, UGA award-winning radioman and radio, “the ball can control a crime.
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It is better than it looks, because we reminded all of us during a 21-0 Bulldogs oral win over Kentucky Saturday night.
The fans of Georgia seem to be getting used to the scoring program and showcasing the college's football highlights. Some booed by the game, others felt on social media.
Alabama and LSU are scoring all points, lighting scoreboards like pinball machines, while Kirby Smart & Company is taking up the center.
The line has most attacks and can argue in college football at Georgia, remember?
The Bulldogs lost their top five from last season, remember?
Oh, and then there is another side of the football often does not mention the highlights of defense or feature-protection highlights.
Did you know that the Bulldoganna No? 1 in the SEC in full protection, protection of defense and defense, and the protection of efficiency No.1.
See, Smart does not know that the personnel on the perimeter to win the track at Georgia and meets people like Alabama or LSU in a SEC championship game.
The Bulldog will have to keep the offenses of those teams out of the field and be effective in offense.
Therefore, the SEC is not in a trivial statistic in the time of possession.
The Bulldogs Rush Attack, which is only three yards less per game than the Auburn league leader.
But for some, panic was introduced when Georgia launched 20-17 overtime decision fell on South Carolina healing team which came out last week.
It took a lot to go wrong with losing that game – minus 4 turnover ratio, trying two field goals on the all-American kick, Rodrigo Blankenship and former Jake Fromm ticking his throws after him open the season without any intervention in the first five games.
But the loss could have done well in the long run. It showed the Bulldogs players that they are as easy as they are, they served some humble pie, and they put the program on edge.
These are not necessarily bad things.
Neither was 21-0 at slugfest on a cold rainy night.
These boosts and early opinions will not serve as a result of what some fans feel is a disappointing victory but a smart circle for the wagons is an incentive.
Georgia football is a good place going into the week. This, of course, does not guarantee anything, but it is never a bad thing.
Here are three take-away shops from the 21-0 win over Kentucky
Ownership of Dundre Swift
Swift is not a big speaker, but the junior person recognized the need for leadership and took up the challenge this week.
Swift not only makes the kind of bold statements that encourage co-workers and coaches, it shows that he can return his words to major performances.
It seems that Swift intends to raise the Bulldoganna to championship level, and when you have the best player, he sets the right tone.
Secondary steps up
Georgia has plenty of talent, and although it violated times of this season, it was not as clear as it was against Kentucky.
The Wildcats presented a game plan which enabled them to explore Richard LeCounte and J.R. play with the passion and physicality that is most expected in each game.
The add-on was a very popular All-American and NFL beginner, and LeCounte intends to get support. The time will tell whether the safety duo of confidence, efficiency and the same attack can play against Florida competition.
George Pickens is establishing himself as the receiver to go to the Georgia trust with Lawrence Cager out, as evidenced by his four high arrests in a game that no other receiver had more than one.
The Georgia pass game will continue to develop as Pickens grows more comfortable in the offense and gets his skills.
Kearis Jackson also added lift.
Jackson's passion and energy are evident and explain why he was a beginner at the beginning of the season before he surpassed his hand.
Dangerous with the ball in his hands, Jackson is also providing that the type of blocked UGA downfield is missing.
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