Less talk, more action
Georgia realizes more and more success entering Year 2 of no-huddle offense
ATHENS, Ga. -- For all of the preseason talking points as Georgia's offensive players prepared for their opener against Boise State last August, one important factor received no publicity whatsoever.
And that was by design.
The Bulldogs were under strict orders not to discuss the no-huddle offense they installed during spring practice in an effort to spark what had been a sluggish attack in 2010.
"It was well known that we weren't saying what we were going to do, we weren't saying ...
Read full story