How to Defeat Ole Miss

   How do teams like Alabama and LSU whip up on the Rebels? They beat them up on the LOS (line of scrimmage). The D-Line dominates. The O-Line knocks them off the ball. 
   And that's how Georgia prevents a letdown in this one.
   Is Grantham's defense back? Or was that a 1-time thing last weekend in J-ville? Coach Richt told us Tuesday he wasn't sure. We'll find out come gametime.
   Against the Gators, I thought the D-Line was outstanding against a tough O-Line. Big John Jenkins played like they stuck him with a cattle prod prior to kick-off. He was disruptive. Blew up some run plays. Garrison Smith played tough and continues to improve. Kwame Geathers also held up. Left me impressed. Didn't know if they had that in them.
   Now, the question is: Can the D-Line back that performance up with another quality performance?
   I have some doubts.
   Big John Jenkins has been limited this week in practice, with a sore ankle. Good grief. Guess he won't be able to push off and get off blocks. That's disappointing. Just when I thought he was elevating his play. Maybe he'll Hunker Down...we'll see at 3:30.
   The O-Line looked good against the Gators too. Opened some creases for Gurley. Protected pretty good for Murray.Got to back it up! Get it done again!
   If not, Ole Miss could hang around longer than they should. And that might be dangerous.
   How does Georgia take care of Ole Miss? By dominating the LOS.

 

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