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Kirby Smart knows criticism of Carson Beck is nothing new when it comes to Georgia quarterback play

SystemSystem Posts: 10,734 admin
edited September 2023 in Article commenting
imageKirby Smart knows criticism of Carson Beck is nothing new when it comes to Georgia quarterback play

ATHENS — Carson Beck had to wait nearly four years to make his first career start at Georgia.

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    stacey20stacey20 Posts: 18 ✭ Freshman

    #12 is the best fit. If the dogs are going to repeat. Kirby or the quarterback coach work with this man decision making in the passing game. #12 give you that dual threat quarterback you need to win a title game. The defense will hurt you if your running game if the Quarterback can't run . Just look at this game. Example, the handoff to the running back . The defensive safety and end never stayed home because Beck is no threat. When you play a top 10 team. Kirby will make that change.

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    BigDawg888BigDawg888 Posts: 1,554 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    Hot take. Maybe you were that lady sitting in front of me in section 128 - she loved Griff as well. However, nice lady you are Wrong.

    Here's why Stacy. Beck threw for 300 yards and that was with several drops and poor route running. You can thank a few of the wrs for that. Not naming names but the biggest culprit's names start with an L and end with a T.

    Next, the OL has a duty, not doody like doo doo, to actually block in the run game to keep the defense honest. That did not happen. When you can't run you become 1 dimensional. It's unfortunate but the biggest asset any qb has is a good running game. A good running game only happens when your Offensive Linemen seem well uh, quite OFFENSIVE! We graded out below a C in the run blocking for this game.

    Lastly, Stacy, you may not realize this but we have an Offensive Coordinator and a Head Coach that have 20 years of coaching under their belts. They know a little about football. That does not make them perfect but you need to trust the coaches on this one.

    Your #12 who is a fine quarterback may end up being THE MAN before the end of the year. Right now I am not sure he is better than the 3rd teamer.

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    87dawg87dawg Posts: 380 ✭✭✭✭ Senior
    edited September 2023

    Vandagriff's touchdown pass to Delp was a bad, not pretty (this site says u-gly is a bad word) throw that was behind Delp and almost hit the turf. Delp did a good job of reaching back and scooping it up and being able to fall backwards into the end zone.

    Some of y'all must have blinked, have terrible memories or a bad case of hero worship. He wasn't bad by any stretch but he was not what you are making his play out to be.

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