Anonymous Coach Gives His Thoughts On Georgia Football
Sports Illustrated interviewed several coaches, anonymously, to get candid quotes on each of the Top 25 teams in SI’s preseason poll.
“Jacob Eason [sophomore quarterback] is a young guy, still developing. He’s got a chance to be a good one. He was a freshman who started 12 games in the SEC. Just to get on the field at that age against that level of competition, physically and mentally—that’s impressive. He’s a big kid [6’5”, 235 pounds], so he’s got good strength, and he’s only going to get stronger. He can take the hits.
I think seniors Nick Chubb and Sony Michel are both quality SEC backs. They’re not the premier backs in the league, but they’re good players. They have a big offensive line as always; I didn’t think they were overly tough last year.”
Georgia finished its 11th day of fall Thursday. The Dawgs open with Appalachian State on September 2 in Sanford Stadium.