A few observations.
If you’re consistently getting to your fourth progression without finding an open receiver, that’s its own problem.— Four Pumpkin Turnovers (@dawgsports) October 19, 2019
Stop me if you’ve heard this one. Georgia has more than double the offensive yardage of their opponent yet hasn’t been able to put points on the board.— Four Pumpkin Turnovers (@dawgsports) October 19, 2019
nibbling them to death, ahhh the ol' Fun and Gum pic.twitter.com/5CgHzIRBFJ— BUM CHILLUPS (@edsbs) October 19, 2019
Calling the Georgia offense a goat rodeo right now would be insulting to both goats and rodeos.— Four Pumpkin Turnovers (@dawgsports) October 19, 2019
Georgia has scored a total of 7 offensive points in the last four quarters. Forget the rain. It’s not the rain. Something is badly broken with the Georgia offense. I suspect it’s a few somethings really: no Lawrence Cager, injuries on the line, trepidation in the play calling, and hesitancy on the part of Jake Fromm among them. But Kirby Smart is going to be the one asked after this game how it’s going to be fixed before Georgia goes down to Jacksonville to take on a suddenly surging Florida team.
He’s got two quarters to make the inevitable questions just a little less pointed.