April 2, 2007

No competition at tight end

Coach speak dictates that competition is a good thing, but, if that is the case, Georgia's tight end position is not in good shape. Currently, but Bulldogs have just one scholarship tight end ready for Monday's scrimmage, and while Tripp Chandler would probably have won the first team spot even with other's competing for time, it must be kind of lonely for him as Coleman Watson and NaDerris Ward sit watching on the sidelines.

"It is tough," said Chandler. "It would be nice to have Coleman and Duke ready to go right now," Chandler said. "There is a hole to fill and a lack of depth, and that is what January and February are for when they are waking us up early and beating us down with mat drills."



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