The Daily Recap: UGA Receptor Health Continues to Improve
Here is the November 8 edition of The Daily Recap presented by JFQ Lending.
The reception hall becomes healthier
The receiving group from Georgia seemed to be the the healthiest he’s been all season against Missouri.
Ariane Smith and Jermaine Burton received a total number of in-game reps. As it stands, the only major contributors to the post still missing are George Pickens (knee) and Dominique Blaylock (tendon).
“I thought this game was the closest. With Arian we had a full week. We met on Monday and said you get the full quota, you gotta go,” Smart said. “Make sure your reps can play. We said to Jermaine (Burton), hey, you get your full reps. Coming out of Florida, I feel like they were both healthy, but they weren’t healthy the whole week of practice. I feel like they were both healthy for that week of training, which helped us from a depth perspective.
Smart said Burton and Smith’s availability helped take away some of the stress felt by Ladd McConkey and Adonai Mitchell.
“Ladd was able to split the reps, so he didn’t have to carry the burden,” Smart said. “When we’re perfectly healthy at receiver, with the exception of George and Dom, we have a good unit. With George and Dom, that’s what we had at the start of the season, it would be special. We are working to get these guys back.
At 8-0 with the best score and defensive production in the SEC, Georgia has plenty to be pleased about. However, as Anthony Dasher noted, at least one Georgia defender has found information about Saturday’s win over Missouri. he is not happy about.
“Defensively, linebacker Nolan Smith was very concerned about the defense allowing Tiger quarterbacks Brady Cook (32 meters) and Tyler Macon (42 yards) to have success running the ball,” Dasher wrote. “Pintuous? Maybe ordinary people like you and me. But that’s not when you’re not only trying to win an SEC championship, but a national title as well.
“Whether or not Georgia follows in the footsteps of the Atlanta Braves and makes this a truly memorable year in Peach State, we’ll have to wait and see. Meanwhile, take comfort in knowing that the Bulldogs don’t take their success for granted. They are not happy with where they are now, even though they are currently at the top.
By the numbers
Dave McMahon compiled all important statistics of Georgia’s victory over Missouri. To note, Daijun Edwards totaled 29 yards in the game, giving him 121 for the year. That means Edwards is now the sixth UGA player to rush for more than 100 yards this season.
Georgia totaled 505 yards in the win, marking the third time the program has exceeded 500 yards for the season.
Jones game at left tackle
Brent Rollin broke Broderick Jones’ play at left tackle as he filled for jamaree salyerabsent at the moment due to a foot injury.
“Jones was good at pass protection, especially early in the game, but that faded as the game progressed,” Rollins wrote. “He, along with the majority of the offensive line, struggled to stall the run against the Tigers. My guess is that his initial rating will be in the mid to high 50s, close to the average in the PFF system (60.0). He’s going to have to use this week as a big learning experience and stepping stone, because it won’t be quiet in Knoxville next weekend.
Post-game overreaction show
Daniels returns to the field
Saturday’s game marked the first time JT Daniels has seen the football field since his 1st grade lat strain. daniels came on in the third quarter and completed seven of 11 passes for 82 yards, one touchdown and one interception.
“I know he did a good job when he wasn’t in the game. He was next to me, calling defenses, checks, running through them like he was playing the game. Hear it yelling the blankets, the checks and knowing exactly where he was planning to go, that was really good. It gives you a lot of confidence in him when he’s out there doing that and talking to Stetson when he comes off the field,” said Smart. “I thought he had really good attacking control when he came in. He’s got a lot of confidence in his pocket. He was a bit unlucky on intercepting the angled ball. He was a bit wide of Jermaine. He punched Jermaine in the hands, then he bounced, ricocheted, and ended up being a pick.
Jed May talked to seven recruits about Georgia’s resounding victory over Missouri. Among these was outside linebacker Samy Brown (Jefferson/Jefferson, Ga.), who said he sat out most of the game with a quarterback commitment Gunner Stockton (Rabun/Tiger County, Georgia).
NSFW but funny
Five-star defensive tackle Walter Nolen commits to Texas A&M during the weekend.
Cincinnati stay at #2 in the AP poll, Michigan State drops to 8th place.
Dan Mullen and Florida have hit rock bottom with this latest loss.
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