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Georgia football podcast: A simple solution to one of UGA’s biggest concerns

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edited March 25 in Article commenting
imageGeorgia football podcast: A simple solution to one of UGA’s biggest concerns

Georgia football is the No. 1 topic every day on DawgNation Daily — the daily podcast for fans of the national champion Georgia Bulldogs. Catch up on everything happening with UGA athletics with host Brandon Adams and the DawgNation experts as they break down the latest Georgia football recruiting news and discuss coach Kirby Smart’s quest to keep the Bulldogs on top of the college football world. On episode No. 1,658 (March 24, 2022) of the podcast, Georgia fans can hear a discussion about how the Bulldogs can address what UGA coach Kirby Smart has described as a concerning lack of depth at wide receiver.

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  • KirbyFanKirbyFan Posts: 22 ✭ Freshman

    We have 4 very able bodied Tight ends that could all line up along with one of the faster wide receivers. That should about take care of it!

  • UGADad20UGADad20 Posts: 927 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    Have to disagree w/BA about Bowers playing "wr". To a degree Bowers (and Gilbert) are positionless players. BUT why change what has already been extremely successful? Why take 2 players and put them in different positions? TEdwards "you have 3 flex TE's". Exactly. A lot of 12 and 13 formations. Where you have 2 or 3 TE's on the field for EVERY play. If you throw Bowers into the "wr" mix he has to share the position with 6 other wr's. Barring injuries that limit receiving personnel, you need Bowers and Washington on the field for most plays. Gilbert needs to show that he can play wr/slot/flex TE in the UGA O. Step in. Step up. Earn your PT like everybody else. Edwards threw some cold water on the idea on changing the Bowers role. And on Gilbert being strictly TE. This is the time of year for speculation but the voice of reason should prevail on this.

  • E_RocE_Roc Posts: 943 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate
    edited March 26

    Agreed. BA's logic is pretty hard to follow on this one. The opponent is going to put who they put on Bowers. If they're going to put their best cover corner on him no matter what, then it's not going to make a difference where he lines up. If keeping him as a tight end means the opponent's best cover guy goes to a WR, well there you go - mismatch city with Bowers. The bottom line is, Bowers' robust and versatile skill set makes him a problem whenever he's on the field. That's not going to change depending on where he lines up.

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