As long as Mark Richt has been Georgia’s coach, I realized that I hadn’t seen a ton of film of him actually coaching. We’ll get the occasional B-roll footage from practice of Richt or another coach supervising a drill, and the coach’s show will occasionally allow Richt to explain what happened on a certain play. And as Georgia’s offense isn’t one of the fashionable spread derivatives that earns much of the study and analysis
Chris Brown gives us a rare look today at Georgia’s passing game. First, there’s all-22 footage without narration showing some passing concepts used by Georgia’s offense (and many other offenses). Then there’s a clip of Richt explaining (and explaining how to teach) these concepts at a coaching clinic. It might be more useful to watch the second clip first to know what to look for in the all-22 montage. Good stuff.