Georgia Football: Dawg’s Offense Terrible at Williams-Brice, USC Scouting Report, 2 Stars Emerging on Georgia Defense – Daily Dose of Dawg

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Unbelievable Stat When Dawgs Play at USC

This stat will blow your mind: UGA has not scored more than 20 points at Williams-Brice in 20 years. I knew the Georgia offense had struggled mightily in recent years against USC on the road, only scoring 6 and 7 points in the last two trips to Columbia, but I had no idea it went back so far. I certainly think this is the year this stat changes, though. The Bulldogs will be bringing their stellar offense to Williams-Brice on Saturday, while the Gamecocks will be trotting out quite possibly one of the worst defenses they’ve ever had. Still this is a BIG rivalry game, so I expect it to be a close one.

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Get to Know the Lamecocks

Jake Rowe of 247 Sports goes in depth to describe five things about the South Carolina Gamecocks. This insightful scouting report can be found here.


Carter and Kimbrough Embracing Their Opportunities

Part of the new defensive strategy that Jeremy Pruitt has implemented in Athens is the substituting of many players in order to keep everyone fresh and full speed. This worked to perfection a week ago against Clemson, as our players looked like they could play another four quarters after they got done pummeling the Tigers. Two players that really stepped up when it was time for them to come off the bench were Reggie Carter and Tim Kimbrough. The two sophomore inside linebackers had great fall camps and earned themselves a lot of playing time on Saturday.

Story on this here.

Posted on September 8, 2014, in ACC, Blog, Clemson, Daily Dose of Dawg, General Sports, Georgia Bulldogs, SEC, South Carolina Gamecocks. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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