The Decision Georgia’s Offense Must Make Today
Bottom line, at some point Georgia will need to win a game with its passing attack. To date, that hasn’t been the case and accordingly I can’t fault Hutson Mason for any perceived shortcomings. Try as you may, you can’t pin the South Carolina loss on him. You can’t pin any other shortcoming on him either because Georgia’s offense has been brilliant—and though folks may hate to admit it, that’s been by design.
Today, Georgia has a choice. Vanderbilt can be beaten in a variety of ways. What’s better: An easy win with reliance on the ground game? Or, an emphasis on developing the passing game?
I wrote about this at length here, but what would you like to see?
That’s all I got/