Georgia Football: Injuries Actually Come at a Good Time for Bulldogs

I’m still just as upset about Georgia’s string of injuries, so don’t mis-read what I’m saying.  And I’m never a fan of injuries.

But if were’ going to accept the injuries as they are and move forward, there is some cause for optimism.

As I discuss here, this is actually an acceptable time for injuries.  Georgia’s next three weeks are its softest stretch to-date.  And, there is reason to believe Georgia can still score points in each of its next two games.


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Posted on October 8, 2013, in Blog, Georgia Bulldogs, SEC. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. thanks for the optimism! and Go Dawgs!

  2. Hopefully, the coaches will approach the candidates to augment the backfield and WRs with an open mind and go with the players who show up best…not just look at their “stars”. Look at the roster….we have some good candidates, including walk-ons. Coach them up and put them on the field. More importantly, CTG and staff, get the defense motivated and help our Dawgs get up for Mizzou and Vandy. Give TG time to heal but we’ve got skill players on the squad so utilize them to our best advantage. Bobo, look into the playbook and fit these guys in!Go Dawgs, GATA!!

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