Sam Pittman’s First Requirement – BIG

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Sam Pittman’s First Requirement – BIG

Yesterday, Senator Blutarsky found a tweet from Ian Boyd pointing out Oklahoma’s massive 2019 offensive line .

The Senator noted that Georgia’s o-line coach, Sam Pittman coached the offensive line room at Arkansas during the two seasons used for comparison with the upcoming OU group,, and of course, he will be coaching the Bulldogs front five in 2019.

Well, if I use Seth Emerson’s ($$) projected offensive depth chart as my point of comparison, here’s what Pittman would trot out on opening day at Vanderbilt:

Left tackle:  Andrew Thomas, 6-5, 320
Left guard:  Solomon Kindley, 6-4, 335
Center:  Trey Hill, 6-4, 330
Right guard:  Ben Cleveland, 6-6, 335
Right tackle:  Isaiah Wilson, 6-7, 340

Average size of those five:  6-5.2.  Average weight:  332.  The difference in total height between Georgia’s and Oklahoma’s projected lines is one inch, in Georgia’s favor.  The difference in total weight is 14 pounds, in Oklahoma’s.  

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In this case, an inch is not as good as a mile!

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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.