Georgia football needs to use as many weapons as possible
Against Kentucky, five of the top six pass catchers were not wide receivers. Either tight ends or running backs led the charge. No, I am not saying having tight ends and running backs involved is bad, but it is not how the offense should live and die.
Instead, get more of Georgia’s playmakers in the wide receiver room involved — guys like Adonai Mitchell, Kearis Jackson, Jermaine Burtin, Lad McConkey or Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint. Even Arian Smith and Dominick Blaylock could see the field this week.
A good chunk of them were injured, but the Florida game should see a few back, so why not get them geared up and making some plays because Georiga needs them to help out the offense.
Eventually, the Dawgs will need to throw to its receivers more, and Jacksonville may be the place.
There is never a guarantee in college football, which is never more true than in rivalry games. Georgia can not expect to win with the same offense as the Kentucky game. That is why it’s important to emphasize the wide receiver group to get the ball more.
Florida expects Georgia to run the ball, so get those receivers involved. If so, expect some explosive big plays happening Saturday on offense for the Dawgs.