South Carolina soccer head coach Shane Beamer talked about how difficult it is to move the ball on the defensive line of the Georgia soccer team.
While Shane Beamer is doing a great job changing his South Carolina soccer program as early as his first year at Columbia, he just saw firsthand how incredibly challenging moving the ball is in the excellent defense of the Georgia soccer team. .
South Carolina may have scored a touchdown in extreme garbage time Saturday night, but Beamer’s response in the postgame press was absolutely invaluable. He was honest and the total antithesis of coachspeak. Since he used to work for Kirby Smart in Athens only a few years ago, this only makes his answer even better. Try not to laugh after hearing this.
Although South Carolina is much better than many people thought it would be this season, the Gamecocks ‘improved passing attack was still no match for Hungry Dawgs’ defense.
Shane Beamer’s response when facing the Georgia defense is incredible content
Obviously, Beamer addressed the current situation. Georgia has a 6-foot-6, 340-pound defensive tackle named Jordan Davis, who might be the most dominant player on the Power Five. The Dawgs are full of talent all over the field. When a team has that many five stars on one side of the ball, it can make a decent competition like South Carolina seem completely outdone.
Although Beamer is to be applauded for his honesty, it’s time to get back to work at Columbia.
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