Dawgs Offensive Coordinator Jim Chaney Believes Georgia Offense Failed to Reach Potential

Despite two strong running backs and a promising freshman quarterback, Georgia still finished 12th in the SEC in total offense this season.
They even beat Auburn without scoring an offensive touchdown.
All of that weighs on offensive coordinator Jim Chaney heading into Friday’s Liberty Bowl against TCU.
Said Chaney:”You feel obligated to those kids to put them in better positions to score more points. Obviously that’s my job to do that. Five of the times this year we didn’t get that done. So you always feel like you are failing when those things take place. But I just felt like we could have done a little bit better and a lot of that starts with me.”

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