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Rising sophomore Kenny McIntosh could be the best all-around back returning, but there will be plenty of competition from players like Zamir White, James Cook and Kendall Milton.

WATCH On The Beat: Where Georgia offense leaves much to be determined

ATHENS — Much of how the Georgia football offense looks this season has yet to be determined.

Like any great coaching staff, the Bulldogs design plays and schemes around their players.

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Much of the Georgia offense is expected to run through Jamie Newman at quarterback. The 6-foot-4, 230-pound graduate transfer from Wake Forest has dual-threat skills and is the strong favorite to win the job.

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Newman’s ability to handle an RPO offense — run-pass-option — has been well-documented. UGA will look for those principles while maintaining a balanced Pro Style offense mentality.

But exactly how it shakes out will be up to the receivers and running backs to determine.

Catches and touches will be earned. There is great competition in both position groups, as well as at tight end.

This week’s On The Beat segment touched on expectations for talented tailbacks like Zamir White, Kenny McIntosh, James Cook and incoming freshmen Kendall Milton and Daijun Edwards.

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What’s realistic? Who’s the best all-around back of the group? How could that change Todd Monken’s plans?

We discussed those things — along with some NASCAR folklore and how Georgia football has a little Dale Earnhardt in it — in this week’s segment.

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