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Development of Tate Ratledge could be key piece in Georgia offensive line puzzle

SystemSystem Posts: 4,306 admin
edited May 2021 in Article commenting
imageDevelopment of Tate Ratledge could be key piece in Georgia offensive line puzzle

Tate Ratledge had a very good spring for the Georgia Bulldogs. He now might be a key piece on the Georgia offensive line if he can continue to practice well.

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  • navydawgnavydawg Posts: 738 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate
    edited May 2021

    Worried about the O line ? No. Concerned about the O line ? Yes to some extent I am. But I’m really putting my trust in the coaches to get these guys coached up. Also it’s good for the Dawgs they have some pretty good size TE’s and RB’s that have been trained to block really well ( you can throw Receivers in that mix to) to help make a second barrier behind the O line on some plays. This is where Kirby’s philosophy of a player has to be able or learn to be able to block pretty good to get on the field in a game regardless (at least in most cases) of how good they are at their primary skill set, Kirby insisting that talented skill players be able to block at least pretty good may yield Big dividends. Especially in game one. IF the Dawgs can chalk a W on that game they will then have a couple of games to get the O line in better sync. Go Dawgs !!

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