Georgia Football: Keep it Cliche
Given the choice of youth along the line of scrimmage or at the skill positions, which would you take?
I'll take the "big uglies" every time. Ball and clock control depend on winning the battle up front. Football games are won up front.
On offense, everything gets easier when you have time and space. The running backs can run and the quarterbacks can see the field. The receivers have time to get open.
These are well-known, tried and true axioms of football.
The offensive linemen don't make the paper that often. Their stats are not available to the pollsters and prognosticators. But their worth and contribution is invaluable to the potential success of any offense.
Their strengths do not translate into statistical recognition and national hype. They do translate into winning football games.
Sure, we have cause to be concerned. The schedule is once again brutal. Our defensive backs need to prove they can make tackles and play assignment football against some gimmicky offenses.
In baseball, they say pitching and defense win championships. In football, you have to be able to run the ball and stop the run.
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