In Defense of Mike Bobo…UGA’s Text Book Two Minute Drive: Georgia-Mississippi State 2011

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Team or coaching or both? 2009...Mr. Cox, meet Mr. Bobo...now go run that offense fella.

It is all the rage to cast derision towards University of Georgia Offensive Coordinator Mike Bobo, and there were Dawg fans that (predictably) took issue with UGA’s decision to be aggressive on offense prior to halftime of the 2011 Georgia-Ole Miss game.  As I wrote in the linked article, I believed (and still do) that the experience factor made the decision to play uptempo against Ole Miss before halftime a good one.

Witness a week flashed forward, and Georgia, led by Aaron Murray and Isaiah Crowell, executed a pitch perfect two minute drill in scoring UGA’s third touchdown at the 1:03 mark of the second quarter (maybe they scored too fast? nah.).  I will admit that the results of Mike Bobo’s play calling can be less than heartening, but recent years have featured UGA offenses prone to penalties, fumbles, disclipline-issued tailbacks, stars leaving early, injuries up and down the offensive line…

The University of Georgia has had little problem scoring points this year (and oh does Isaiah Crowell take one’s breath away).  Maybe we just need to let the Dawgs play and lay off Mr. Bobo for a little while.

Related posts:

  1. 1:22 Left in the First Half Georgia-Ole Miss. Two Minute Offense or Run the Clock Out?
  2. Dawg Fight in Athens (Georgia – Mississippi State 2011)
  3. Georgia-Ole Miss 2011 – A Tale of Two Fourth and One Calls By Mark Richt
  4. Road To Redemption – Georgia- Ole Miss 2011
  5. Georgia Lose To Ole Miss? No Way…Next You’ll Tell Me Goats Can Climb Trees.

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