How the pendulum of the transfer portal swings...
Georgia already has one incoming transfer by way of Jamie Newman.
Could the QB room get even more crowded? It would not be a bad thing. As head-spinning as a Cam Newton-like season from Newman would be with a one year and out stay along with incredible numbers, there is a danger in hitching a wagon to one guy being the answer.
If you are banking on nobody else now on campus yet being ready and Stetson Bennett also not being on par to make plays, there is a level of risk relying all things on a transfer like Newman in case of injury or that he just does not mesh with the offensive set.
That’s why this is worth watching...
Also on James Coley’s offense, it looks like one key piece up front is on track to get back on the field soon. Justin Shaffer, who played a good bit at guard last year, is cleared to play.
Is Jake Fromm a first-rounder? McShay says so.
Speaking of the O-line, the Red & Black has some starting rotation projections.
Tennessee slopped its way to an also-ran bowl win against Indiana. Naturally, they’re in line to be a darkhorse pick to win the SEC East next year.
There’s some serious coin to be made over setting the over/under on what fan base will be more delusional this offseason - Florida or UTK.
I’m not sure how related to UGA this is, but one of the newest NFL Hall of Famers is also known as Mongo.
In you’re near Savannah this weekend, you have a golden opportunity to cheer against both Georgia Tech and Florida as Georgia plays both in the Savannah Hockey Classic.
Georgia will look to recapture the event’s title this year after a loss to Tech snapped a two-year winning streak.
The Ice Dawgs, also the defending South Eastern College Hockey Conference champs, are 11-7-1 overall this season and 9-5 in conference play.
Happy Friday and Go Dawgs!