Thee’s a lot of things that continue to build excitement about Todd Monken’s offense.
How he’ll utilize Zamir White.
Through either injuries or having guys like D’Andre Swift and Elijah Holyfield in front of him, it’s been a strong exercise of patience for White...and Georgia’s fan base that has longed for him to be a featured back since his celebrated high school career.
That time is now. Will Monken use him to carry the bulk of the carries? Could we see plays out of the backfield? That’s what makes White one of the most intriguing storylines of this offense in 2020.
Fans got a glimpse of what he can do last January in the Sugar Bowl and he delivered to the tune of 18 carries for 92 yards.
Oh and there was the Vandy game..
It’s hard to not pull for Zeus. Two knee injuries so young in a career would derail some. For White, it drives him, and if that determination is shown through tough, hard-nosed, running, the Real RBU may have its next big-time name.