Georgia Football: Surprising Unit Due for Breakout Performance against Tennessee


Consider the following:

  • Georgia’s secondary continues to improve.
  • Georgia’s defense—as a whole—continues to make sound in-game adjustments.
  • Tennessee QB Justin Worley ranks 87th in the nation in QB Rating.
  • Tennessee QB Justin Worley ranks 101st in the nation in yards per completion.
  • Tennessee QB Justin Worley is playing behind one of the least experience offensive lines int he country.
  • Tennessee QB Justin Worley has already been sacked more this year than he was all of last year.
  • Georgia has a capable pass rush.

 

My own jinxing aside, how does Georgia’s secondar not have a “breakout” game against Tennessee?  I wrote at length about this here, but I think something big might happen.

 

 

That’s all I got/

Andrew

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Posted on September 26, 2014, in Georgia Bulldogs, SEC, Tennessee, The UGA Vault. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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