One-dimensional Georgia offense is lucky it has Todd Gurley
Wish I knew how much of the general lack of passing game” to attribute to
1. Hutson Mason,
2. Lack of threats and
3. An apparent and undeniable emphasis on running as effectively as possible.
But Todd Gurley tho.
It’s a good thing Todd Gurley has strong legs, because thanks to continued defensive problems against the pass and inferior quarterback play that made Georgia’s offense one-dimensional, the magnificent tailback had to carry his team to its squeaker victory over a young, modestly talented Tennessee team Saturday at Sanford Stadium.
The win but gave the Dogs five in a row over the Vols and evened the series at 21-21-2.
Gurley’s career-high 208 yards on 28 carries, resulting in two touchdowns (including one on a 51-yard run in the fourth quarter), was the most rushing yards by a Bulldog in a game since 1992, when Garrison Hearst tallied 246 versus Vanderbilt, and he was the first Georgia back to go over 200 yards since Verron Haynes went for 207 against Georgia Tech in 2001.
Gurley accounted for an…
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