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Georgia ‘Unicorn,’ Super Bowl champ, record NFL draft have Bulldogs atop 2022 football world

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edited June 2022 in Article commenting
imageGeorgia ‘Unicorn,’ Super Bowl champ, record NFL draft have Bulldogs atop 2022 football world

ATHENS — The Georgia Bulldogs are arguably atop the football world when one considers the program’s NFL visibility and CFP Championship status.

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  • khummelkhummel Posts: 776 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    A little surprised the Jags are playing Travon as a 270-lb OLB. If anyone can pull it off, TW can. Go Dawgs!

  • BigDawg61BigDawg61 Posts: 2,351 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    That's why he's a unicorn. LOL. Can you imagine getting hit by him after he's gotten a full head of steam? He'd jar your teeth, for sure. I believe, like William "The Fridge" Perry was the first 300 plus pounder we saw in the NFL, with the Bears....2nd and 3rd level defenders are getting bigger, without sacrificing speed and quickness. Body type has also changed on offense, at the QB and TE positions.

    I attribute all of this, to much improved knowledge of body building and nutrition, as well as kids being introduced to these training programs at younger and younger ages. Training for football is creeping into the same kind of year round dedication, at a pre-puberty age, that activities such as gymnastics, ballet, swimming and competitive ice skating have long been accustomed.

    Sports medicine and football has come a long, long way since the steroid '70's & '80's.

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