There is no bulletin board anymore. But there is material. It gets projected on a PowerPoint video before a Georgia team meeting, or before a position meeting. Sometimes it gets plastered on a wall in the weight room.
“That’s kind of a tactic I’d say they’ll use, throw stats up there and certain scripts,” senior linebacker Natrez Patrick said. “It is fuel. It does add fuel to the fire.”
Or sometimes it’s verbal.
“A coach will definitely bring it up and point it out to us,” junior safety J.R. Reed said, citing an example from Georgia’s most recent game. “We understood that everyone felt that Benny Snell was maybe the next Herschel Walker and stuff like that. So we wanted to go out there and prove that there’s only one Herschel.”
Georgia did just that, and after the game two defensive players came in firing verbal volleys at media members, alluding to “doubters” and “naysayers” about the Georgia run defense. Never…