Notebook: Georgia’s Shawn Williams downplays effect of ’soft’ comments, keeping focus on Tech
By RYAN BLACK
For the AJC
ATHENS — Shawn Williams doesn’t want anyone to say he saved Georgia’s season.
The Bulldogs’ senior strong safety said Monday night the defense was always capable of playing the way it has for the last four weeks, during which it has allowed only 33 points. Speaking to reporters for the first time since Oct. 22 — when he made his now-famous comments about the defense playing “soft” — Williams says he’s ready to move on.
“I don’t care if it got everybody stirred up or whatnot, but we’re looking past that now,” he said after Monday’s practice. “We’ve got Georgia Tech, so we’ve got to go out and get another win so we can keep them rolling.”
Williams acknowledged the Bulldogs’ defense is “playing really good ball now,” but says there are still areas they needs to shore up.
“There’s always room for improvement,” he said. “That’s what we’ve got to look at now. Take film of our previous games and see where we
Go here to see the original: Notebook: Georgia’s Shawn Williams downplays effect of ’soft’ comments, keeping focus on Tech
Tags: bulldogs, don, georgia, monday, playing, previous, rolling, shawn williams, strong, ty frix, urban meyer