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Kirby Smart assesses Georgia's secondary depth after first scrimmage

Georgia obviously had a great secondary a year ago. That historic 2021 defense may have been dominant because of its front seven, but the coverage and overall play in the back end was just as elite. Heading into the 2022 season, though, Kirby Smart will need to find new faces to fill vacancies left by future pros after this past January.
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Kirby Smart reflects on Stetson Bennett's journey from walk-on to national champion

Kirby Smart and the Georgia Bulldogs won the national title in 2021 — the school’s first since 1980. And, they didn’t need a 5-star quarterback to get the job done. No, former walk-on Stetson Bennett IV was the one who wrote his own Hollywood script last fall, taking control of the Georgia starting job and never letting go.
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Georgia defensive assistants open up on what it's like working with Kirby Smart

Georgia head coach Kirby Smart has his mentors in the coaching world. Nick Saban most prominently, but also Chris Hatcher, Bobby Bowden and others all had an impact on Smart becoming the coach that he is today. The same goes for Smart though, making an impact on coaches that he’s worked with as a head coach. Georgia co-defensive coordinator Glenn Schumann shed some light on that this past week while his partner in the title, Will Muschamp, could have seen this success coming from a ways away, even before their time together in Athens now.
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Georgia QB takeaways from Scrimmage One sends Kirby Smart to film room

ATHENS — Kirby Smart was uncharacteristically reserved when asked to asses Georgia quarterback play following Scrimmage One on Saturday. Sixth-year senior Stetson Bennett has the reigns of what appears to be a powerful offense, a deep, strong offensive line in front of him, and future NFL players around him at the skill positions.
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Georgia football: Kirby Smart says young receivers have ‘got to grow up’ amid depth concerns

Once Georgia lost eventual second-round draft pick George Pickens and former leading wide receiver Jermaine Burton, it became apparent the Bulldogs would need their younger wide receivers to step up significantly in 2022. Georgia’s depth at the position has only become more of a concern in fall camp, leading head coach Kirby Smart to challenge those underclassmen to rise to the occasion.
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