So which was more to blame in last week’s loss to South Carolina, the Dogs’ poor-tackling defense or the impotent offense that couldn’t open holes for running backs, couldn’t break tackles, couldn’t get open for passes, rarely made a third-down conversion and couldn’t score a touchdown?
While redshirt freshman quarterback Aaron Murray looked solid overall, completed a couple of impressive passes and threw no interceptions, he looked at times like he’d been told to play it so safe that he didn’t quite know what to do when pressured by the Gamecocks. On top of that, Mike Bobo’s playcalling was predictable and largely ineffective. Again.
Immediately after the game, Mark Richt said that what the Dogs needed to do was just let Murray play, and over the next couple of days he mentioned opening up the offensive playbook a bit more.
However, Bobo’s response in talking to the Bulldogs Blog has left a lot of