Scott Michaux The Augusta Chronicle (pay-per-view site : failed MODEL) : “Georgia is hiding the best QB behind the red and black curtain. It’s pretty clear that Georgia is trying to hide something but a 6-foot-5 quarterback with a cannon arm isn’t going to stay invisible for very long. Georgia freshman quarterback Jacob Eason had a strong showing in the G-Day game but it’s uncertain if he’ll start. He seemed HEAD AND SHOULDERS the best QB on the field. Only Jacob Eason has the obvious traits of being a QB who could elevate the offense with his arm and poise. His outsized talent and cool was evident to ANYONE WATCHING Saturday’s intrasquad game. It was the QUALITY of his throws that made the biggest impression. No amount of constructive criticism or subterfuge could hide the biggest QB on the field showing the MOST pure talent to ELEVATE the offense into something greater. It seems pretty apparent from the outside that Eason will be the quarterback Georgia needs to be as successful as it can be.”

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They do ask PERSONAL QUESTIONS to even read the story if you have 5 free each month.  It is a FAILED model.

 

The information on the Internet is FREE.

 

Scott Michaux The Augusta Chronicle has been around a long time.  It is a shame he is not more read as his articles are quite good as you can see of this snippet of this one.

 

Scott Michaux The Augusta Chronicle (pay-per-view site : failed MODEL) :

 

“Georgia is hiding the best QB behind the red and black curtain.  It’s pretty clear that Georgia is trying to hide something but a 6-foot-5 quarterback with a cannon arm isn’t going to stay invisible for very long.  Georgia freshman quarterback Jacob Eason had a strong showing in the G-Day game but it’s uncertain if he’ll start.  He seemed HEAD AND SHOULDERS the best QB on the field.  Only Jacob Eason has the obvious traits of being a QB who could elevate the offense with his arm and poise.  His outsized talent and cool was evident to ANYONE WATCHING Saturday’s intrasquad game.   It was the QUALITY of his throws that made the biggest impression.    No amount of constructive criticism or subterfuge could hide the biggest QB on the field showing the MOST pure talent to ELEVATE the offense into something greater.  It seems pretty apparent from the outside that Eason will be the quarterback Georgia needs to be as successful as it can be.”

 

http://chronicle.augusta.com/sports/scott-michaux/2016-04-19/michaux-georgia-hiding-best-qb-behind-red-and-black-curtain?v=1461098342

 

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And so far he has only had the chance to throw to the back-ups and only with back-ups blocking for him and only back-up running backs all of which in my humble estimation is a complete and utter mistake.

 

But what do I know ?  I mean only EVERYONE agrees with me.

 

Again.

 

 

 

 

 

 

4-21-2016

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Scott Michaux, The Augusta Chronicle : “Ultimately, this will reflect on Richt. He needs to have gotten this choice right. The Bulldogs can’t afford another throwaway season in the underwhelming SEC East. It’s been a decade since the Bulldogs last won an SEC title. Other than Shockley’s standout year at QB in 2005, the most trying seasons in Richt’s 15 years have been when bringing along a new quarterback. Superstar recruit Jacob Eason arrives next year, but Richt is in no position to suffer growing pains and let another season slip away. Time will tell if Lambert can do for Georgia what he couldn’t at Virginia. If not, there might be a whole lot of names omitted from next year’s media guide.”

“Ultimately, this will reflect on Richt. He needs to have gotten this choice right. The Bulldogs can’t afford another throwaway season in the underwhelming SEC East.  It’s been a decade since the Bulldogs last won an SEC title. Other than Shockley’s standout year at QB in 2005, the most trying seasons in Richt’s 15 years have been when bringing along a new quarterback. Superstar recruit Jacob Eason arrives next year, but Richt is in no position to suffer growing pains and let another season slip away.  Time will tell if Lambert can do for Georgia what he couldn’t at Virginia. If not, there might be a whole lot of names omitted from next year’s media guide.”

 

Scott Michaux, The Augusta Chronicle

 

http://m.chronicle.augusta.com/sports/college/2015-09-01/michaux-richt-better-have-made-right-choice-quarterback#gsc.tab=0