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Georgia stock report: Kenny McIntosh makes plays, back in RB mix

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edited August 2021 in Article commenting
imageGeorgia stock report: Kenny McIntosh makes plays, back in RB mix

ATHENS — Georgia football coach Kirby Smart knew he had a tired football team on his hands Saturday, so he appreciated the efforts he saw put forth.

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    RealityBasedDawgFanRealityBasedDawgFan Posts: 198 ✭✭✭ Junior

    Todd Monken is going to have to call one helluva game on Sep 4 in order to pull out a W. I think the OL will require a lot of max protection sets and hope that 1 or 2 WRs can beat their man consistently. We can not allow that Clemson DL to control the game or it might be a long afternoon. Also, the legs on their QB scare me and can potentially keep our D on the field longer than needed.

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    Hedges27Hedges27 Posts: 18 ✭✭ Sophomore

    I like all of our backs. I believe they are all very good and in a featured role could rush for over 1k yards or atleast have 1k total yrads. Each back will get a shot in the NFL. The most complete back to me is Kenny McIntosh. He returns kicks. He is just behind Cook as route runner out of the backfield. And I like his vision, cutting ability and power between the tackles. I also like his ability to get outside and he is a good pass blocker. Each of our backs has skill sets that make them special but I believe KMC is a 1st, 2nd, 3rd, short yardage, goalline back. We have good problem that all of these guys can start anywhere in the country and have bought in to team first. Love it!

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    budknox310budknox310 Posts: 812 ✭✭✭✭ Senior

    This has nothing to do with this article, but the article about Lecounte wouldn't allow posts for some reason.

    There goes @MikeGriffith again showing his man-crush for Lecounte. On that play, Lecounte did what he always did, tried to show out, that it's all about him. Should of just went down and went to halftime. Instead, try to make it about him, and then fumbled when tackled. What if he got tackled at the 15, Jacksonville could of possibly picked it up and scored. Then what. I don't want to hear about "its just preseason", that is just an excuse. He would do the same thin in the regular season. Remember the time, CKS was waving for him to go down, and he just kept running to the sideline. "Look at me, look at me".

    He would be a better player, if he made it more about football and the team, then just him. Because please don't tell me everyone has forgotten the numerous times he got beat deep, because he was out of position. SMH.

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