Kenny McIntosh: UGA defense “taking from the meeting to the field”

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Kenny McIntosh: UGA defense “taking from the meeting to the field”

2020 Sugar Bowl – Georgia vs. Baylor 2020 – Third Quarter

Georgia’s junior running back Kenny McIntosh spoke with the media via Zoom yesterday. McIntosh has played in 22 games for the Dawgs in his first two seasons, averaging almost 6 yards per carry (5.9). Who better than an experienced running back to provide an update on the Bulldog defense’s camp performance as the team for the transition to game prep?

“The defense has been improving a lot throughout camp, tackling and everything, you know, just really doing what they have to do. Listening to Kirby, being very coachable, taking from the meeting to the field. All of that is adding up, and you can really see that on the field. They’ve really been increasing that and improving on that side of the game.” 

McIntosh is a player who could become a force for UGA in 2021. He is versatile, having racked up stats at several positions during his career at Georgia, including having generated over 500 total yards during the abbreviated 2020 season:










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Greg is closing in on 11 years writing about and photographing UGA sports. While often wrong and/or out of focus, it has been a long, strange trip full of fun and new friends.