- Place Kicking - Blair Walsh seems to be settling into the place kicking and field goal duties. As Chip Towers says, the kid has no shortage of confidence.
- Kickoffs - We're still going to go with directional kicks on the kickoffs this season. Don't get me wrong, I think Coach Fabris is one of the best coaches on staff, but I do not get his near religious devotion to directional kicking vs. our actual results. According to these unconfirmed stats, we pinned the opponent inside the 20 *twice* in the first 11 games of last season. Directional kicking does not deliver a result of a kickoff inside the 20 for UGA. In fairness, there's no proof that we could've held the opponent to better yardage by kicking straight. But really...could it be worse? Blutarsky's reaction was similar to mine. Walsh can kick it a mile. Why not let him.
- Tailback - Caleb King and Richard Samuel are now in an all out war for the #2 running back position. They posted similar stats in Monday's scrimmage. The positive side of the competition is that Caleb responded to the pressure by out rushing Samuel slightly. It would've been a bad sign to see him lose his #2 job without a fight. Competition is healthy.