Georgia football coach Kirby Smart didn’t bat an eye while sharing his biggest concern of the offseason.
Smart, playing in a charity golf outing at Reynolds Lake Oconee this week, sounded confident his Georgia football team will maintain an edge.
“Probably the biggest difference in being national champion and going into an offseason is you worry about complacency, you worry about guys thinking they’ve arrived,” Smart said in a video released from the private event.
“I didn’t think our group did that.”
UAG team leader Sedrick Van Pran spoke out about not wanting the national championship logo around the team facility this offseason.
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