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Georgia quarterback JT Daniels: ‘we’ll always be in the right play,’ dishes on deep ball success

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edited August 29 in Article commenting
imageGeorgia quarterback JT Daniels: ‘we’ll always be in the right play,’ dishes on deep ball success

Georgia quarterback JT Daniels explained he puts so much arc on his deep throws during an appearance on Trevor Matich’s Virtual CFB Tour show on Saturday on ESPN.

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  • GBALGBAL Posts: 505 ✭✭✭✭ Senior

    That’s a hard read!!

  • BillyDawg1BillyDawg1 Posts: 2,308 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate
    edited August 29

    Sorry but JT underthrew some deep balls last season. I get it's better the underthrow than to overthrow in some cases, but in most cases it's best to properly lead the reciever if you're capable of doing so. I hope he's working on timing those throws.

  • ScoreCheckScoreCheck Posts: 754 ✭✭✭✭ Senior

    I agree with @BillyDawg1 Pickens made a lot of great catches on under thrown balls.

  • BillyDawg1BillyDawg1 Posts: 2,308 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate
    edited August 29

    I'm not overly concerned that JT needs to get better on deep throws, I am a bit concerned that he seems to not realize he was underthrowing though. If you've convinced yourself what you're doing is best, you won't work on getting it right. He had receivers with clear sky in front of them who could have walked into the end zone if the ball had been thrown where it should have gone. Honestly a few were way short.

  • ColumbusDawgColumbusDawg Posts: 48 ✭✭ Sophomore

    Just win baby!

  • khummelkhummel Posts: 225 ✭✭✭ Junior

    If a receiver has to significantly break his stride to wait for the ball, it's under thrown. Yes, those balls (still) give your receiver a chance to catch it, but also give a good DB (most on Clemson or in the SEC) a chance to catch it, too. Go Dawgs!

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