Now, we are getting some tasty kool aid about his junior season:
People around the Georgia program said they saw something different in him this offseason. It was evident before spring practice, during mat drills, when Theus was at a different level in terms of emotion and focus.I hope so, but I'll believe it when I see it. For the record, we don't need John Theus to be All-SEC, though it would be nice. We need him to be merely competent as an every down starting tackle.
And not jumping off sides 1.5 times per game.
Now, if he comes in and dominates? Well, that would be a very nice surprise.