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49 minutes ago, Carter said:

That's the word.

Upper body injury is all we've got.

Again, i'll pass along what SoFL is posting for those that don't read his and Americus' stuff: 

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--Yeah there was a dispute yesterday with GP1 and staff. Best way to describe this is truly day to day. A reliable source continues to tell me he may not play and may not stay. This source has been very good and accurate in the past. You can thank Jonas again for saving the day (if it’s truly saved) late last night. It’s day to day, I’m not sure what will happen. Things are challenged in Athens as they are everywhere today.

--Let’s just call it what it is as well. Our best player is the most immature player on the roster. I love the talent. I love the fire and passion. I don’t love everything else that comes with it.

That immaturity provides challenges on and off the field. It is a full time job around GP1 to ensure the “success”. I think it’s tiresome. Being 💯, Kirby should’ve sat his *** down a while ago.

If GP1 doesn’t work out, that’s on GP1. No other player has had the resources, structure, accountability partners surrounding him at all times like GP1. He’s our best player but he’s said and done some things this year that indicates he feels he’s bigger than the team. That’s his prerogative but he’s wrong.

--Based on what I’m being told, GP1 did not make the trip. It is what it is.

--Final thing I’ll say on Pickens…

Prepare for the opt out. Doubtful on transfer. Will take a year to work with personal trainer and prep for the draft.

This is not final, but prepare yourself if this is really bad news to you.
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Someone asked about his injury, if it was just a cover up. Americus posted a gif that his spidey sense was tingling; indicating he's basically being benched, and it's not due to injury. 

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20 minutes ago, RandomFan said:

Again, i'll pass along what SoFL is posting for those that don't read his and Americus' stuff: 

SoFL_Dawg

--Yeah there was a dispute yesterday with GP1 and staff. Best way to describe this is truly day to day. A reliable source continues to tell me he may not play and may not stay. This source has been very good and accurate in the past. You can thank Jonas again for saving the day (if it’s truly saved) late last night. It’s day to day, I’m not sure what will happen. Things are challenged in Athens as they are everywhere today.

--Let’s just call it what it is as well. Our best player is the most immature player on the roster. I love the talent. I love the fire and passion. I don’t love everything else that comes with it.

That immaturity provides challenges on and off the field. It is a full time job around GP1 to ensure the “success”. I think it’s tiresome. Being 💯, Kirby should’ve sat his *** down a while ago.

If GP1 doesn’t work out, that’s on GP1. No other player has had the resources, structure, accountability partners surrounding him at all times like GP1. He’s our best player but he’s said and done some things this year that indicates he feels he’s bigger than the team. That’s his prerogative but he’s wrong.

--Based on what I’m being told, GP1 did not make the trip. It is what it is.

--Final thing I’ll say on Pickens…

Prepare for the opt out. Doubtful on transfer. Will take a year to work with personal trainer and prep for the draft.

This is not final, but prepare yourself if this is really bad news to you.
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Someone asked about his injury, if it was just a cover up. Americus posted a gif that his spidey sense was tingling; indicating he's basically being benched, and it's not due to injury. 

Yeah I'm just not trying to put unconfirmed rumors up. Pickens has not been a model student and I think most people know that. SoFL has been wrong or misled on things before, but I'm not going to challenge SoFL or you on this. I read and hear a lot regarding the program. It's not my place to air dirty laundry. Some things are better off kept quiet or behind a paywall

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Agree that SoFL has been wrong about a few things in the past, and let's hope some of that is happening here. But I'm not one to think some things are better kept quiet or behind a paywall if it's already been released somewhere. I like to be informed, see no reason why others shouldn't be also. To each his own. 

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‘We’ve gotta get better’: Georgia falls to Florida, and short of expectations

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — When it ended, both the game and presumably Georgia’s aspirations, Kirby Smart jogged forward, where he hugged Florida running back Dameon Pierce, a fellow native of Bainbridge, Ga. Then Smart searched around for the nemesis who had bested him, and when he found Dan Mullen, the two shook hands, said a word and moved on.

Florida players and coaches lingered on the field, celebrating and posing for pictures. This was their night to exult. Smart and Georgia players, meantime, got to the locker room as quickly as they could.

The past three seasons, the scene of Georgia’s realization of goals not realized was Atlanta. This year it was here, in a convincing, and humbling, 44-28 loss to arch-rival Florida.

“We know our playoff chance got cut short today,” receiver Kearis Jackson said.

And it came with plenty of season still left. That’s going backward, from national championship game to nearly winning the SEC championship, to being blown out in the SEC championship, to (barring a miracle) not even getting to the SEC championship.

Yes, Georgia was riddled with injuries, and its starting quarterback hurt his shoulder during the game. But both sides of the ball were exposed, and the way it happened — Georgia not being able to pass the ball, and not being able to stop the pass — hardened the impression of a program being passed, literally and figuratively, by its peers.

“I’m not making it about injuries, I’m not making it about anything. I’m making it about they beat us,” Smart said. “We’ve got to get better and that starts with me. I’ve got to do a better job and we’re going to do a better job but I’m not frustrated with the plight we’re in. We made our bed.”

Georgia now has four games left to essentially play for a good bowl slot. This is new territory for almost everyone on the team. The short-term emphasis may just be on getting right and beating Missouri.

But is it time to make some longer-term reassessments?

The focus will shift to quarterback, and perhaps it is an opportunity to see what you really have in D’Wan Mathis and/or JT Daniels. But the issues may go deeper than that.

Why has the offensive strategy careened from week to week, and seemingly in the wrong way in this season’s two losses? Georgia went pass-happy at Alabama and again in this game, when the run game seemed to be working.

Is the defense just not built to withstand this kind of offensive onslaught? Was it not really an elite defense, a product of its competition last year and this year? Georgia had gone a decade without giving up 400 passing yards. Now it’s done it twice in three games.

And in a larger picture, has Georgia indeed been caught and passed by Florida, which must lead to some critical soul-searching?

Or is this all overthinking it, and it really does come down to quarterback and injuries?

No Richard LeCounte. No Jordan Davis. No George Pickens. No Julian Rochester. And while Lewis Cine was able to start, he was ejected in the first half for targeting. Not to mention the quarterback issues, if you want to go all the way back to Jamie Newman’s preseason exit. If Mullen wasn’t going to beat Georgia this season, he never would, the argument could be made. But he did, so maybe we shouldn’t assume it’s the downfall of the Georgia football program.

“I don’t look at it as cause for concern,” Smart said. “You guys will create concern and write all kinds of things, and I respect that, that’s your job. But you know in the SEC East in the last 20 games we were 19-1 until tonight.”

That was the message Smart said he conveyed to the team afterward. This was the first time since 2016 the Bulldogs were in this position. That year there was no panic. In fact, there was an emphasis on consistency, which players on that team bore out the next year on the magical run to within a busted coverage of a national championship.

But that was a long time ago, and the further this program gets from that year the more the questions emerge. Smart, however, indicated he will continue to do what he’s done, and not have this game point to major systemic or other issues.

“I’m not going to say the sky is falling, everything is coming down,” Smart said. “Hey, we’ve gotta get better. We’ve gotta get our players to play better, and …”

Let’s stop the quote right there because it’s notable what Smart did next. Rather than try to take pressure off the quarterback and the passing game, he granted that it was the main issue.

“We’ve got to be explosive. You know what I mean?” Smart said. “I really feel like we can throw the ball. It doesn’t look like it in the stats. But you saw it tonight. Anybody with an open eye could say, ‘Well, they did have some guys open.’ We did protect the quarterback pretty well early on. We’ve got to be able to throw and catch it. And they did. So that was the difference in the game. Not the sky is falling.”

The sky actually seemed quite bright when Georgia jumped out to a 14-0 lead. Zamir White had gone 75 yards on the first play of the game, then Stetson Bennett and Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint hooked up for a touchdown pass.

But as it turned out, both got hurt on the play. Rosemy-Jacksaint on a very ugly leg injury, and Bennett with a shoulder injury. (Smart initially said it was a separated shoulder, then corrected himself to say it may have been an AC sprain.) Either way, things went badly from there.

Georgia coaches apparently forgot that White was there, only handing him two more carries the rest of the half. Bennett, apparently feeling the effects of the injury, first came out for a drive, then continued to struggle and was pulled for good in favor of Mathis. By then it was too late, as Florida would go on a 41-7 run.

In almost comical fashion, Florida used the wheel route over and over, with Georgia’s once-vaunted pass defense unable to do anything against it.

“It was just a great gameplan,” said Georgia cornerback Eric Stokes, who had a pick-six, one of the few positive moments for the Bulldogs defense. “They already knew some of the checks and stuff that we were going through. So we’ve got to give them kudos on that. We’ve got to go ahead and fix the problem for next week. We already know this is a copycat league.”

On offense, it could be argued that the ugly injury to Rosemy-Jacksaint on the touchdown took away momentum, as did Bennett’s injury. Why, then, did the offense not run the ball more? You can argue that the pass plays were there and that Bennett missed some shots and receivers dropped passes. Because Bennett — and then Mathis — did miss a bunch of open receivers, and there were drops.

The counter-argument is that you need to know whether your players can make the plays you’re calling.

The attention now turns to where Georgia goes from here. It can hope the injury situation gets better. It can try to clear up the picture on receiver George Pickens, who has missed two games with what has been described as an upper-body injury, though he has been practicing.

But the most interest will be on the quarterback position. When reporters tried to ask Jackson, the sophomore receiver, it was clear the gag order has come down again.

“All the quarterback questions go to coach Smart,” Jackson said.

How do you get the offense going?

“That question goes to coach Smart, too,” Jackson said.

Smart did get multiple questions about the quarterbacks. He made it seem that Bennett coming out was much more injury- than performance-related, so perhaps it can’t be ruled out that he gets another start. Perhaps Mathis’ performance — two interceptions in the second half — will have a lot to do with that, too.

The clamor for Daniels, the USC transfer, will continue. But people need to accept that Smart and offensive coordinator Todd Monken would not be intentionally ignoring the quarterback who gives them the best chance to win. Clearly, they’re not seeing what they want out of Daniels, a year removed from ACL surgery and new to the offense, and having left his former team because he wasn’t going to be the starter.

“Right now we feel like the other two give us a better shot because they’ve gotten more of a body of work,” Smart said. “I don’t think necessarily that (Daniels) has anything with his knee. He doesn’t wear a knee brace anymore. He reps. He takes reps with the scouts and moves them around and gives us a really good look. I think he’s still growing and getting better in the offense, but obviously right now, with where we are, we feel (Bennett and Mathis) give us the best shot.”

The quarterback situation has gone from a source of mystery and intrigue to almost one of helplessness and resignation. People can be forgiven if they stop caring. People may just be waiting for five-star commit Brock Vandagriff to arrive.

But in the short term, it’s a sort of no-win dilemma: Bennett as the safe option may no longer seem tenable with the season goals essentially over. But the more you saw Mathis, and knowing that he’s been judged a better option than Daniels, you have to wonder if there would be too much downside going to one of them. You may want to see what you have in the younger guys, but you also don’t want to lose more games.

Somewhere else in the world, Jamie Newman may have watched this game. Perhaps Jake Fromm did, too. Both wondering what things would look like if they were still at Georgia.

Instead, both will be watching a Georgia team that will be playing out the string, a position it hasn’t been in since 2016. The future was bright at that point, brighter than anybody could have known. Four years later, the same thing can be hoped. There’s still a lot of talent on hand, perhaps as much as anybody in the country.

But not, evidently, at the game’s most important position. And it’s also not the only issue. Georgia is almost certainly out of title contention, and it must use the rest of this season to find out how to get back to where it should be.

https://theathletic.com/2184459/2020/11/07/georgia-football-florida-loss-sec-smart/

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COLUMN: The shine faded on Kirby Smart's star tonight

Jason Butt • UGASports

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Georgia’s problem begins at the top.

We can go on for days about who's playing quarterback and how injuries have hurt the team. But let's be real. There is one person responsible for what will go down as one of the more disappointing Georgia seasons of the past decade.

His name is Kirby Smart.

There's no way around it. Smart has managed to mismanage this roster to the point where Georgia's otherwise talented defense can't compete against better offenses. Its offense has no idea what its identity should be.

And that’s a crazy thing to type, say, or even think, just five years removed from his hiring. Smart was once untouchable among this fan base. He was practically a living legend after he took a bunch of players Mark Richt recruited to a national championship game—one the Bulldogs nearly won. 

Yet here we are, following Saturday’s humiliating 44-28 loss to Florida, wondering why this Smart-led, but not smartly-led, program is in the position it’s in.

Smart has this program in no better standing than where Richt had it. Georgia is almost there but not quite. After this loss, it's the similar refrain of, "Hey, there's always next year."

Since he came to Georgia, Smart, in four recruiting cycles, has landed three No. 1 classes and one that ranked No. 3, according to the Rivals’ database. You'd think his teams would be much more dominant and much more feared than they have been in the last couple of years. 

While Smart has boasted a bunch of recruiting successes, the bulk of it has been on the defensive side of the ball. He's only brought in one five-star receiver in George Pickens, who has turned out to be a non-factor—whether by injury or by his own doing. And that signifies another problem with the roster. 

Modern-day college football has changed.

Defense no longer wins championships. While Georgia’s defense is banged up in the worst possible way, there's no reason to think the subs offered such a drastic drop-off that Florida would put up 38 points in the first half. Especially when considering the recruiting successes of the past four years. In one respect, you have to wonder if defensive coordinator Dan Lanning has his group properly prepared for the first half. But in today's game, great offenses are more likely to beat great defenses in college football. And Florida's offense has been lights out all season long. Saturday's game was par for the course for the Gators. 

When Georgia went up 14-0 early, it didn't seem like the Bulldogs had taken control. Why? We've seen this movie play out before. The Bulldogs were unable to sustain a consistent offensive performance against Alabama. No one was shocked to see the offense stall and sputter from that moment forward. 

The best example is the fact that Georgia trailed Florida by 17 points at the half. A 17-point deficit at that point of a game is by no means a death sentence. With some halftime adjustments, Georgia was able to hold Florida’s offense to only six points in the second half.

Six!

Without a dynamic offense, or even one with half a pulse, it didn’t matter.

For many teams, a comeback would have been possible. Not for Georgia. Not without a capable quarterback who can make the proper reads. Not without a deep stable of quality receivers. Not without an offensive coordinator who can adjust accordingly to his personnel. And not without a head coach who can adapt to the changing nature of the game.

Georgia doesn’t have the personnel to run what offensive coordinator Todd Monken prefers to do. With Jamie Newman opting out and with JT Daniels apparently not an option yet, the Bulldogs have played D’Wan Mathis and Stetson Bennett at quarterback. Bennett had some positive moments against Arkansas, Auburn, and Tennessee. The rest of the season for the two quarterbacks has been, to be nice, less than ideal. 

Georgia doesn't have a quarterback to run the well-designed plays Monken wants to call. But in Georgia's two big games, Monken didn't adjust his play-calling to the roster. Running back Zamir White carried the ball for a 75-yard touchdown on the opening play from scrimmage. White carried the ball only six more times the remainder of the game.

"We have to get Zamir the ball," Smart said. "I told Monken we have to at least have the thread of the run."

Insert the facepalm emoji here.

Smart and Monken asked their quarterbacks to throw the ball a total of 29 times. If Monken sticks around over the next couple of years, maybe—maybe—he'll have the personnel to run the offense he would love to call. But the decision to bring Monken on board was Smart's. And it's Smart's failure to keep up with the rest of college football.

When Georgia hired Smart, it was banking on the idea that he learned from the best and could bring those principles to a program needing new energy. But as we’ve learned, just because you coached under Alabama head coach Nick Saban, it doesn’t mean you can deliver the goods. Jimbo Fisher is the only Saban disciple to win a national championship, which he did in 2013 with Florida State.

With two losses, the College Football Playoff this year is now a longshot for Georgia. For a program thought to be running away from Dan Mullen’s Gators, it appears the hated rival has, in fact, caught up.

Saturday’s loss to Florida is perhaps the lowest of lowlights for Smart in his tenure at Georgia. And it brings up this interesting note: In Smart’s 62 games as Georgia’s head coach, he holds a 48-14 record. Richt’s record in 62 games? 50-12. 

And now, Smart's even speaking like Richt.

"What good does frustration do right now?" Smart said. "I want these men to grow up and be great husbands and fathers. If we're going to live in the past and worry about missed opportunities, you can't do that. It is what it is. Florida beat us. They out-executed us. They did a good job."

At this point, has Smart done anything to suggest he is the coach to bring his alma mater the national title it hasn't seen in 40 years? 

This latest loss, the most disappointing he’s had as Georgia’s head coach, just might be the one that makes even the most ardent Smart defender take pause and wonder if he can deliver what he set out to do when he was hired five years ago.

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17 minutes ago, blkbigdog35 said:

Kirby needs to evolve!!

I think he has evolved. Monken is a clear departure from what preceded him. And we have clearly gone pass happy in multiple games this year, even abandoning the run at times when it was working for us. WRs and TEs have been running wide open. We just don't have very good QB play at all and I think that makes the entire offense look worse than what it really is.

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18 hours ago, Carter said:

I think he has evolved. Monken is a clear departure from what preceded him. And we have clearly gone pass happy in multiple games this year, even abandoning the run at times when it was working for us. WRs and TEs have been running wide open. We just don't have very good QB play at all and I think that makes the entire offense look worse than what it really is.

I agree however the QB is one of the most important positions on the team and he hasn’t seemed to truly cement this position like the other elite teams have.

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1 hour ago, slamee101 said:

So are the rumors about Pickens being gone true? Figured someone here would know.

I’ve not seen anyone reliable confirm it at all. He may have some grade issues that we find out about in a few weeks, but they try to give the athletes every chance to make up their class work due to them having insane schedules during the season.

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Looks like Bennett is questionable this week and Daniels and Beck will both be getting more significant reps.

With quarterback Stetson Bennettquestionable due to an AC-Joint sprain, head coach Kirby Smart confirmed Monday that the competition to see who starts Saturday’s game at Missouri (Noon, ESPN) will be a whole lot more intense.

Although Bennett, who will not practice today, has not been ruled out, Smart said that redshirt freshman D’Wan Mathis, Southern Cal transfer JT Daniels, and freshman Carson Beckwould each receive ample opportunity to prove they're ready to take the helm.

“Stetson is day-to-day with a right shoulder AC sprain. So, we do not know. He's going to find out today if he's going to be able to go out there and throw. It’s one of those deals that we don’t know how effective he’s going to be—whether he’s going to require another shot to do it,” Smart said. “We're going to get all three of those guys ready. And the one who does the best job will be ready to play. And if Stetson's ready to play and he does the best job.”

It appears the job is truly wide open.

When asked if a healthy Bennett would start Saturday’s game, Smart did not commit.

“That is a great question—great question—only to be answered by the end of the week,” Smart said. “Great question.”

It has certainly been a struggle of late by the junior from Blackshear, who Saturday completed just 5 of 16 passes for 78 yards and threw his seventh interception over his last three games.

“(The injury) complicates him getting better at the position, because I don’t know how much work he gets. If he's able to go, he will get some reps. If he's not able to throw, then his reps will be cut down,” Smart said. “Accuracy is probably the defining factor of that position, and we haven’t been very accurate in terms of completion percentage, at least not consistently. We’ve been there in spurts, but we weren’t Saturday.”

Mathis did not do much better.

The redshirt freshman was just 4 of 13 for 34 yards with two picks of his own. Smart was asked what Mathis needed to improve.

“The number one thing would be starting with accuracy. He has got to improve that. The number two thing is the management of the offense, in terms of play-call, communication, motion-shifts, snap-count—a lot of things in that nature—which he has improved on,” Smart said. “He’s gotten an opportunity to go with the twos for three or four weeks and grown and gotten better. He got an opportunity the other night, in the game, to see where he is. I think he understands that he has to improve and work, and he's willing to do that."

However, Smart's going to need and see some results.

"He's committed to try and get better to help the team. He's an extremely passionate competitor. You see it when he runs, right? He tries to run guys over, whether he can or cannot—that part is a great, redeeming quality about him," Smart said. "But he has to grow up in other areas and improve. He wants to do that. He wants to become a complete player.”

For fans pining for either Daniels or Beck to see their first playing time, this may be their best shot.

According to Smart, both players will have the opportunity to show what they can do. And if they impress, they could find themselves on the field.

“When JT is down on the scout team, like Stetson (Bennett) when he was down there before, sometimes you get to do things without risk and reward, because your job down there is to get the ball in the air and throw the ball, service the team, get a look. He's not down there all the time. We have (Nathan) Priestley and Jackson Muschamp that do a good job as well,” Smart said. “JT likes to go down there and compete and throw some—so he spends time with our offense. He's in all the meetings with our offense. He goes down there and throws every now and then. JT’s got a good arm, there's no doubt about that. It's one of the deals that he's getting better and better every day with mobility. You feel good that he's able to move around and do some things down there with us. Again, he's going to get some reps with Stetson out, and we’ll find out where he is.”

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Looks like Bennett is questionable this week and Daniels and Beck will both be getting more significant reps.

With quarterback Stetson Bennettquestionable due to an AC-Joint sprain, head coach Kirby Smart confirmed Monday that the competition to see who starts Saturday’s game at Missouri (Noon, ESPN) will be a whole lot more intense.

Although Bennett, who will not practice today, has not been ruled out, Smart said that redshirt freshman D’Wan Mathis, Southern Cal transfer JT Daniels, and freshman Carson Beckwould each receive ample opportunity to prove they're ready to take the helm.

“Stetson is day-to-day with a right shoulder AC sprain. So, we do not know. He's going to find out today if he's going to be able to go out there and throw. It’s one of those deals that we don’t know how effective he’s going to be—whether he’s going to require another shot to do it,” Smart said. “We're going to get all three of those guys ready. And the one who does the best job will be ready to play. And if Stetson's ready to play and he does the best job.”

It appears the job is truly wide open.

When asked if a healthy Bennett would start Saturday’s game, Smart did not commit.

“That is a great question—great question—only to be answered by the end of the week,” Smart said. “Great question.”

It has certainly been a struggle of late by the junior from Blackshear, who Saturday completed just 5 of 16 passes for 78 yards and threw his seventh interception over his last three games.

“(The injury) complicates him getting better at the position, because I don’t know how much work he gets. If he's able to go, he will get some reps. If he's not able to throw, then his reps will be cut down,” Smart said. “Accuracy is probably the defining factor of that position, and we haven’t been very accurate in terms of completion percentage, at least not consistently. We’ve been there in spurts, but we weren’t Saturday.”

Mathis did not do much better.

The redshirt freshman was just 4 of 13 for 34 yards with two picks of his own. Smart was asked what Mathis needed to improve.

“The number one thing would be starting with accuracy. He has got to improve that. The number two thing is the management of the offense, in terms of play-call, communication, motion-shifts, snap-count—a lot of things in that nature—which he has improved on,” Smart said. “He’s gotten an opportunity to go with the twos for three or four weeks and grown and gotten better. He got an opportunity the other night, in the game, to see where he is. I think he understands that he has to improve and work, and he's willing to do that."

However, Smart's going to need and see some results.

"He's committed to try and get better to help the team. He's an extremely passionate competitor. You see it when he runs, right? He tries to run guys over, whether he can or cannot—that part is a great, redeeming quality about him," Smart said. "But he has to grow up in other areas and improve. He wants to do that. He wants to become a complete player.”

For fans pining for either Daniels or Beck to see their first playing time, this may be their best shot.

According to Smart, both players will have the opportunity to show what they can do. And if they impress, they could find themselves on the field.

“When JT is down on the scout team, like Stetson (Bennett) when he was down there before, sometimes you get to do things without risk and reward, because your job down there is to get the ball in the air and throw the ball, service the team, get a look. He's not down there all the time. We have (Nathan) Priestley and Jackson Muschamp that do a good job as well,” Smart said. “JT likes to go down there and compete and throw some—so he spends time with our offense. He's in all the meetings with our offense. He goes down there and throws every now and then. JT’s got a good arm, there's no doubt about that. It's one of the deals that he's getting better and better every day with mobility. You feel good that he's able to move around and do some things down there with us. Again, he's going to get some reps with Stetson out, and we’ll find out where he is.”

Rusty just confirmed Daniels was with first team in tonight’s practice

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