Georgia fans react to horrible first-half offensive performance in Liberty Bowl
Though Georgia’s offense came to life on its final drive of the second quarter, most of the first half was a struggle for offensive coordinator Jim Chaney’s unit.
In the first quarter, the Bulldogs put up a respectable 82 yards, but 77 of them came on one pass play. Other than that, Chaney couldn’t dial up anything even remotely successful.
That led Georgia fans to take to Twitter to express their displeasure about the team’s lackluster output, which until that final drive had been a total disappointment:
Georgia's offense looks like a middle school team
— Jarod Willingham (@WillinghamJarod) December 30, 2016
Georgia offense is pathetic
— Fletch Montana (@_deelaSoul) December 30, 2016
— Andrew Franklin (@bigstack19) December 30, 2016
Can Georgia fans stop blaming the refs for our pathetic offense? Every big play so far has been Eason improvising
— logan (@LoganWhiteUGA) December 30, 2016
I'm so sick of watching Georgia's offense this year
— Taylor English (@TAEnglish20) December 30, 2016
Take away the 77 yards pass and Georgia has 26 yards of offense with 9:56 left in the second quarter
— Anthony Dasher (@AnthonyDasher1) December 30, 2016
Georgia has had 3 weeks to prepare for TCU & has changed zero from what was already an inept offense. #Kirbydumb
— Cbp871 (@Cary_P871) December 30, 2016
I love watching Georgia's explosive offense :-)
— Andrew Boss (@Ferbrezie) December 30, 2016
Georgia running that Jeff Fisher pro offense. Predictable and pathetic.
— ᴇᴅ ʟᴏᴩᴇᴢ (@eddievegas) December 30, 2016
Georgia's offense, run the same run play on 1st and 2nd down, then throw an incomplete pass on 3rd down.
— #FreeGrayson (@CoachSarow0220) December 30, 2016
Georgia has the most boring, pointless offense.
— Travis Rice (@T_J_Rice) December 30, 2016
maybe in 2017 Georgia will get their offense together
— sarah reese (@sjessica224) December 30, 2016
Despite the struggles, the Bulldogs only trail TCU 16-14 at halftime. Check out the second half on ESPN.