Georgia Football: Must Watch Hype Video, Five Keys to a UGA Victory, and More! – Daily Dose of Dawg


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Georgia Tech Hype Video

 

5 Keys for Georgia to Beat the Nerd Herd

Here are Gentry Estes’ five keys for Georgia to beat Georgia Tech.

Here are my three keys:

Expect the UnexpectedThis was one of my keys for the Florida game earlier this year, and Mark Richt clearly didn’t listen to my warning. Florida put in a wide receiver to hold their first field goal attempt, and he took off and ran 30 yards for a touchdown. Paul Johnson, like Will Muschamp, will do ANYTHING to beat Georgia. Richt has to be on the lookout for trick plays and aggressive play-calling.

Be Able to Settle DownThis will be Jeremy Pruitt’s first time facing Tech and the triple option, and as a result, it wouldn’t surprise me one bit if the nerds are able to move the ball pretty well at the beginning of the game. Pruitt must be able to calm his guys down and make solid adjustments if the Dawgs are going to win this game.

Keep Giving Them the ChubbLast year, when the Dawgs were losing 20-0 to Tech, they turned to #3. This year, they won’t have that luxury, but they’ll have someone that can still do A LOT of damage. No one has been able to slow down Nick Chubb this year, and Tech’s 71st ranked rushing defense certainly won’t be able to. Georgia needs to repeat what they did against Auburn and just pound the rock over and over and over again.

 

Drew Butler’s Breakdown

Former Bulldog and current Arizona Cardinal punter, Drew Butler, wrote a really good breakdown of what to expect tomorrow as the Dawgs take on the Yellow Jackets.

Story here.

If you’re looking for a way to watch past Georgia highlights and get access to some other great content, make sure to check out The UGA Vault!

 

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Jonathan 

 

 

Posted on November 28, 2014, in ACC, Blog, Daily Dose of Dawg, Death to the NCAA, General Sports, Georgia Bulldogs, Georgia Tech, SEC, The UGA Vault. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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