Teaching Ne-Waza in Judo vs. in BJJ
Given that BJJ's ground game is better than Judo's (I know it's debatable for some, but assume it's true), I was wondering what makes it superior (apart from the different focuses on takedowns vs ne waza). I remember reading that the way that the gracies etc. teach it is different and has been 'scienced up' relative to judo.
I've been thinking about this recently, because (and this isn't meant to be a powerwank about why I'm great) I can out ne waza anyone below a brown belt in my class (I'm only orange). And I think that's because, largely, I watched shitloads of youtube and 'studied', and everyone (below brown) all seem to only know the armbar, the RNC and clock/collar chokes. and no one even tries sangaku jime, or even the kimura.
So what is it that Bjjers do that we don't? Is it drills? are the moves broken down more? The lack of quality ne waza in judo (relatively speaking) seems to stick out all over the place where I live.
I'm asking because I'm considering doing some BJJ to round out the gap, but it's real expensive comparatively.