Here is the September 18 edition of the Daily Recap presented by JFQ Lending.
Anthony Dasher gave an overview of Georgia’s game against South Carolina, listing three keys to the game for the Bulldogs.
Here are the keys to the game:
“Create more explosive games in the racing game: Georgia is always going to shoot and try to create explosive plays in the passing game, ”Dasher wrote. “The Bulldogs want to put the racing game on the right track. With the exception of a fourth quarter practice against Clemson, the Bulldogs didn’t do a lot in Game 1 against the Tigers. Last week against UAB, the Blazers stacked the line Georgia still ran for 163 yards, but would like to start making more big plays.
“Winning the line of scrimmage: You might as well say it every week, but it’s true. South Carolina will have their hands full trying to contain Georgia’s top seven. It will be up to the Bulldogs’ top seven to make sure that doesn’t happen.
“Get the kicking game back on track: bettor Jake Camarda has been wonderful, but the Bulldogs need to see the kicker Jack Podlesny regain its regularity. Smart kirby gave Podlesny his vote of confidence earlier this week, but after missing field goals in each of Georgia’s first two games, the junior must regain the touch that made him one of the best in the game. SEC last season.
In this week’s 3-2-1 report, Radi Nabulsi revealed program status ahead of this week’s rivalry match. Given the history of this game, especially given recent events, Nabulsi expects Georgia to win big.
Unsurprisingly, all of the UGASports staff chose Georgia to defeat South Carolina. Paul Maharry predicted a decisive 38-7 victory.
“I said last week that the offense would be vanilla and I was totally wrong,” Maharry wrote. “This week I’m torn as to whether the offense will build on the running game or just continue to tie records with touchdown passes. I think Georgia is winning by a wide margin and South Carolina just doesn’t have the manpower on the offensive line to keep up with Georgia’s unreal defense. It should be fun under the lights at Sanford for the fans and the Dawgs will come off 3-0.
Trent Smallwood has listed the major clashes between Georgia and South Carolina based on how Pro Football Focus has ranked players to date. Based on player ratings, one area Smallwood thinks Georgia might see a boost is in racing.
Wayne impressed with UGA defense
Georgia hopes they can continue to impress the on-board rusher Jayden wayne (Lincoln / Tacoma, Washington) in its pursuit of recruiting. To this day, Wayne has said the Bulldogs’ defense has done their part to keep their interest alive.
Simmons happy with UGA visit
Class of 2023 defensive lineman Terry simmons (Calvary Day School / Savannah, GA) visited Georgia for their win over UAB and loved what they saw both on the field and with the way the coaching staff interacted with the rookies.
Simmons spoke to Jed May in detail about his experience.
The five pioneers
Patrick Garbin wrote of the “Top Five,” Georgia’s first black football athletes to play in college. These players were King Horace, Clarence Pape, Richard appleby, Larry West and Chuck kinnebrew.
“The foundations laid by the First Five in 1971 eventually led the Georgia football program to recruit seven African-American players in 1974,” Garbin wrote. “It included the first black quarterback in the program, Anthony (Tony) Flanagan, and the first African-American signatory from outside the Deep South, current back Kevin mclee. Barely a year later, the Bulldogs signed a dozen black players, almost half of their recruiting class. That same year, the Georgia Sports Department hired its first black assistant coach, Calvin jones. Finally, in 1986 Georgia football hired its first full-time black assistant on the pitch with the hiring of a wide receiver coach. Ray sherman.
“The First Five will always be recognized and lauded – and rightly so – as the group synonymous with the integration of the Bulldog football program. While also paving the way for future black players and coaches to represent the University of Georgia, the group’s impact on the school’s football history is immeasurable.
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