Georgia Bulldogs Lose Secondary Coach Scott Lakatos, Trouble Sure to Follow


Scott Lakatos’ unit was good against the pass for three years and bad in 2013.  The plan was for a young bunch of returning starters to continue to develop under his tutelage. The plan has changed.

Lakatos resigned suddenly last night and left UGA scrambling just before National Signing Day.

More analysis is available at the link, but bottom line: This can’t be good for Georgia’s defense.

 

That’s all I got/

Andrew

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Posted on January 10, 2014, in Blog, Georgia Bulldogs, SEC. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. I think you are a clown.

  2. I can’t tell if that BR report is complete sarcasm or not. I sure hope so. Losing the DB coach isn’t a huge deal. We need someone to come in and teach more fundamentals and tackling from our secondary.

  3. Uhhh, what? Are you serious dude? That BR article is a complete joke. I think he resigned because he knew he was about to get fired. I dont think we’ll miss him at all.

  1. Pingback: Daily Dose of Dawg: Lakatos Out, Defense Not That Bad, Todd Gurley Asking Tough Questions | DudeYouCrazy

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