Georgia Football

What Happened at UGA in 2015? Part Two... No one believes in Brian Schottenheimer...

July 24, 2018
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Please be advised: This series of articles occasionally contains strong language.

ATHENS - Jeremy Pruitt had just found out what happened, and he was not pleased. 

The entire offseason there had been a plan, and now, a few days before the start of Georgia’s spring practices, everything had changed. 

Brian Schottenheimer, Georgia’s new offensive coordinator, decided to move forward with his offensive system rather than use the one the entire program had used for years. It was a learning curve for the three returning quarterbacks - and much of the rest of the offense.

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