Best case/worst case

Ed Aschoff shares his Best case/worst case scenario with Georgia in this ESPN video. There’s really nothing new here, folks. We’ve all been through this a dozen times or more in our own heads so here’s a quick run down.

Doom falls upon us if any of the following occur:

  • Injury to the offensive line
  • Inability to run the ball
  • No new receiving threat

Conversely, we shall all rejoice should we be able to:

  • Stay Healthy
  • Protect Murray
  • Establish a strong running game with a clear cut leader in the backfield
  • Find somebody to complement Orson Charles

Note that Aschoff focuses primarily on the offense. It was as if it were a foregone conclusion that the defense would improve. Aschoff mentions the emergence of Kwame Geathers along with the struggles that John Jenkins has contended with during camp. He also talks about Alec Ogletree’s move from safety to linebacker as well as heaping a ton of praise on Jarvis Jones. He concludes that the defensive front seven should be a strength and, in the secondary, he expects Brandon Boykin to have a big year. No mention of the safeties and only a quick word that Branden Smith will likely play on both sides of the ball.

Like I said, nothing really revelatory. While watching the video and listening for the talking points, I took some time to scan the books on the shelf located behind Ed Aschoff. I was happy to see that he’s got (or at least the set designer, maybe) a copy of Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card. That was all I could really make out other than some book by Dan Brown. So that was interesting anyway.

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One Response to “Best case/worst case”

  1. chariot elevateur…

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