Mark Richt has a problem with keeping assistant coaches around for a couple years too long. The 11th-year head coach did it with Willie Martinez a couple years ago, and now he’s doing the same with Mike Bobo.
Granted, I know I’m only a college student and my only football experience is limited to playing high school football and watching games on television. However, some of the stuff Bobo does, just doesn’t make any football sense at all.
The problem withe Bobo doesn’t deal with him as a quarterback coach, he has coached some great ones — David Greene and Matthew Stafford. The problem with Bobo isn’t his coaching ability, but rather his inabilty to call plays.
Obviously, you can call the right plays at the right times, but if one offensive linemen misses a block or if a receiver falls down, the play could turn into a disaster.
However, there are a couple of things from the Boise State game that just didn’t make any sense to me at all.
Brandon Boykin: 1st Carry: 80 yards, 2nd carry: ???
In the first quarter cornerback Brandon Boykin touched the ball for the first time in his career on offense on an end around that resulted in an 80 yard touchdown.
So, did Boykin touch the ball on offense again?