Jeb Blazevich: “As a Whole says We Need to Play Selflessly.”

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Jeb Blazevich: “As a Whole says We Need to Play Selflessly.”

Senior tight end Jeb Blazevich (left)
Senior tight end Jeb Blazevich (left)

Jeb Blazevich spoke about the offensive line on Monday and how they have come together as a unit. He mentioned that the Bulldogs’ O-line plays selflessly as he credits that to Coach Sam Pittman.

The senior tight end says that leaders like Isaiah Wynn, Lamont Gaillard, and Kendall Baker have all stepped up and challenged the rest of the unit. Blazevich said they hold each other accountable and play well together.

I think that room as a whole says we need to play selflessly. You see that because so many guys have stepped up and been in different positions,” Blazevich said. “More guys have rotated in there than last year and I think its a credit to coach Pit. The leaders of that Isaiah Wynn, Lamont, Kendall and all those guys playing really well together and working really well together. They are starting to challenge and hold one another accountable extremely well.”

Georgia’s offensive line continues to improve each week, and like Blazevich says the credit goes to Pittman. What the O-line coach has accomplished in a year with this unit speaks highly of his coaching ability. If Pittman keeps doing what he is doing, Georgia could potentially have one of the best units in the SEC.
For Jeb’s whole interview, check out the YouTube Clip below!


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Savannah Leigh is a recent graduate of the Grady College of Journalism at the University of Georgia. She is an avid SEC, Dawgs, and college football fan. She also adores her four-year-old black lab, Champ Bailey.