Brandon Kublanow confirmed what Mark Richt thought was true. He did in fact learn a new technique to improve his shotgun snap.
During the first two days of preseason practice, Kublanow admitted snapping the ball was a bit tough. He couldn’t get a spiral or gain control on it.
So Kublanow and offensive line coach Rob Sale looked up some new techniques that he should try. Kublanow then searched for it on YouTube and studied a different method that would better suit him.
So far, so good.
“After the first couple of practices I switched to it and it’s been good,” Kublanow said.
Kublanow started 13 games a year ago as Georgia’s left guard before making the transition to center this offseason. Sixth-year senior Kolton Houston got a kick out of how Kublanow learned how to snap. But as Houston said, if it works then it’s fine.
“Just the story of how he found that,” Houston said with a laugh. “But since he’s done that he hasn’t had a bad snap, knock on wood.”