1. Finally, Georgia football isn’t afraid to pile on the points
After so many years of wanting head coach Kirby Smart to put points up on teams, he is finally doing it with this 2021 Georgia football squad.
The Dawgs could have stopped scoring at three touchdowns and would have been able to win this game handily, but instead, they kept putting points on the board.
On Saturday, five different players scored touchdowns, sharing the wealth with whoever wanted to get in the endzone.
Georgia needs to keep that mindset moving forward because the more people who can get in the endzone, the more their confidence improves. Boosting their confidence will allow the quarterbacks to trust them in big situations to catch the ball and score if they need to go to that player.
The Dawgs have so many guys that can make plays. Why not use all of them instead of a small handful. Teams will have to prepare for more, and it’ll make Georgia tougher to cover.
Plus, it’s great to see Smart stop sitting on big leads because even though Missouri wasn’t capable of a comeback, a team like Alabama or Ohio State is if they get their offense going. So the more points Georgia can score, the better.
The times of sitting on leads because he respects a particular coach needs to get put to rest. Score until the clock hits 00:00 because in this day and age of college football, the more points you score, the better.
Georgia football got its ninth win pretty easily, but they had to work for it some too.
The Dawgs need to tighten the focus a bit moving forward just to avoid any distractions. Tennessee is next, and the Vols are confident, so Georgia must fix these minor mistakes and get ready to go up and embarrass the Vols in Neyland Stadium.