ATHENS – D & # 39; Andre Swift heard criticism of Georgia's heavy rain and wind schedule at Sanford Stadium.
"We will do what we need to do to win games." Swift said. "And if people do not like what we do, they should not come to the games."
These Bulldogs needed a head start, a catalyst, and Swift feels at ease when he says what needs to be said and what needs to be done.
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" He brings energy without playing, he's heart and soul, a leader," said Smart. "He's inspirational … Swift brings the team into all the things he does and says. He takes care of it.
Swift talked about the offense last week because he said he "felt something had to be said"
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19659008] But Swift was once again asked about the UGA offense and James Coley's game call.
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"Wet Ball, could not really throw the ball as we wanted to," said Swift, who said earlier this week that Georgia should shoot more shots to open the running game.
"It was hard because you can not really throw the ball the way we wanted it, do not we call plays we had to call, real wet out there, ball was really slick, it's what it is is.
But some Bulldogs fans did not think so.
Boos rained down on Swift and his teammates. Spectators were frustrated with the rules of the game and Kirby Smart's strategy in the cold, windy and wet night at Sanford Stadium.
"They could spy on us, we play for each other, whoever is in this team, 11 on the field, 11 guys on the other side of the field," Swift said. "When they boo us, they boo us. I'm fine. As long as we win the games.
Swift is about winning football matches. The junior from Philadelphia is aware that this is probably his last season in Athens, and he's aiming for a title reason why Smart kept the ball on the ground.
Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm, who passed 35 yards on a 9-by-12 pass for career reasons, said he had no problem with Swift talking about the offense last week.
"He's a great player for us on our offensive, and to say that he's perfectly fine, we want to improve in every possible way," said Fromm. "Some things we could do tonight and some things we could not do."
As Smart said, "h and getting the ball to a man is a hell under these conditions." Especially if it's Swift.
"Andre, he was always the guy, he's a great playmaker for us on our offensive, and he did a great job showing that," said Fromm. "Tonight, he often put the team on its back and ran with it."
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