ATHENS-When asked about his quarterback on the Paul Finebaum Show on the SEC network on Tuesday, Kirby Smart didn’t hesitate to name Steveson Bennett.
Smart said: “Stetson is our quarterback, he will do a good job next week to improve and gain more experience.”
“We can also get more representatives of other players during the vacation, so this is a good thing.”
At noon on Saturday, the fifth-ranked Bulldog (3-1) played at the Kroger Stadium in Lexington, Kentucky (2-3).
Smart outlined how Georgia invested in the demobilization of the first team to Bennett to help the red shirt quarterback improve his skills and prepare for his fourth career.
Smart said: “It’s difficult to simulate because we don’t have a game.” “But we try to do this through a competitive third drop and pass period.”
Frankly speaking, it’s fair to Bennett. He used to be an entourage. He left UGA to participate in a junior college football season before returning in 2019.
Smart said: “The first goal is to better protect the ball, use two hands in the pocket and run the ball.” “He met a (stupid) man who was targeting Alabama, he sc played it. He catches the ball with one hand, so we are working together to improve the situation.
“The second is decision making, low pitch throws and inspection failures, and then the third thing is to put us in the right position and make the right decision.”
Opposition defenders have enough game movies on Bennett, can adjust according to their strengths and weaknesses, and can appreciate how the offensive coordinator likes to call the game.
Alabama took away Bennett’s favorite goal, Kyris Jackson, and limited him to 2 catches out of 7 goals.
Bennett focused on freshman catcher Jermaine Burton, who had 4 catches on 11 goals.
Buying time and the ability to find passes are other things the Georgia coach hopes to help Bennett because he has five passes that were knocked down on the line of scrimmage.
Smart said: “He has worked very hard on these things, and some of them are pocket movements, which are related to consciousness.” “As far as pocket consciousness is concerned, I think he got it from Jack (Fromm) A lot of help, where is the hole in the pocket, where is the hurry, where can he stand up.”
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