Q&A: No-huddling with Mike Bobo 

August, 17, 2012
ATHENS, Ga. -- One of the lesser-known stories of Georgia’s bounce-back 2011 season was how the Bulldogs’ new no-huddle attack helped their offense become more effective.

Bolstered by a defense that was adept at forcing three-and-outs and getting the ball back in their hands, the Bulldogs improved almost across the board on offense, making vast improvements from 2010 in time of possession, play counts and first downs.

Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo spoke briefly after Thursday’s practice about implementing the no-huddle last season and why it worked effectively. Here is what Bobo had to say:

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