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Inside Georgia QB Carson Beck game day routine, ‘not talking to anybody’ outside team

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edited September 30 in Article commenting
imageInside Georgia QB Carson Beck game day routine, ‘not talking to anybody’ outside team

Georgia quarterback Carson Beck shared his peaceful game day routine, which starts with team breakfast soon after he awakens.

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  • KBPKBP Posts: 354 ✭✭✭✭ Senior

    Auburn's talent and preparation will soon be tested too. Until we lose, every team needs to get ready for us, they need to be at their best too. This is not 2018-2020. Our opponents better be ready!!

  • Mosesnatty41Mosesnatty41 Posts: 5 ✭ Freshman

    Beck has appeared "unflappable"? What a joke - I am a diehard lifelong Dawg fan and that is not what I see. I see a mellow ,unsure and lazy QB. Yes he can do ok playing against inferior opponents and win the play goes exaxtly according to plan. He has an arm and he can throw, but he is not good at all at adapting and improvising (like SB). He does not have the processinbg skills or know when to commit to taking off on the run when the play breaks down. To me, he does not look confident and we will regret his play when the competition gets tougher or he gets nailed on a hard sack. He seems delicate and is not a "whatever it takes" guy who will give it everything he has - he has no fire - he only wants to do what is barely necessary. He is not "unflappable" at all - he has missed throws and missed opportunities to throw the ball away or take off gor those extra 3-4 yards. I give you 10-1 odds he will not be the starter against Tennessee. I just hope Kirby does not learn too late that Vandagriff is the better option for the big games.

  • navydawgnavydawg Posts: 2,580 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    No sarcasm or disrespect to you at all. I’m also a Life Long Die Hard Dawgs fan. I don’t see at all what your saying. Especially the “ lazy” part.

    First off when he was being recruited he was one of if not the best QB in the state of Fl. high school football at That time.

    Then he had to Wait his turn when he Could have went to Numerous other less prestigious ( and Much Less) hard working probably smaller schools and been the Hero at them long before SB left.

    Now I Love Vandergriff & Gunner, I sure Hope they Both stay. But the coaches feel ( at least right now) that Beck beat Both of them out.

    As talented, skilled, and competitive as Both those QB are it’d take Allot of hard work and a burning desire to beat them out.

    NOW these things said IF Kirby and staff decide to replace Beck at some point I will Trust that decision, just as I trusted their decision to make Beck the starter in the first place. Just my opinions. We’ll all see pretty soon how things go. Go Dawgs !!

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