- Can we unbog the nohuddlehuddle offense? Got to give Bobo props were they are due. Very nice use of the nohuddle last night. I was watching Arizona run it against Oklahoma State and getting madder and madder. They moved the ball, were ready to play and ran quick strike plays the developed instantly. You know, what the no huddle is supposed to so. Yesterday, we saw that happen time and again when we ran the no huddle.
- Can the offensive get more dynamic? Again, give Bobo his props. This is the best game he has called against a tough opponent, at least in two years. Used the quick pass and running plays, screens and quick outs, inside and outside very effectively. I wish we'd gone deep a time or two more, but this was so much better than the PeeWee play calling from last week.
- Can the defense effectively pressure whichever SC QB is in to make them rely on Lattimore? Yes, but....Lattimore still got his. The good news is he didn't get them in the middle. The bad is the Gamecocks were consistently exploiting the edge. The good news is Georgia won't face another running back of his caliber for several weeks. The bad news is that you don't have to be a running back of his caliber if you can exploit the edge. The very good news is that we kept Garcia on the run and never allowed him or his receiver, with two very notable exceptions, to make big plays.