5 things we’ve learned about the 2014 Georgia Bulldogs after three games

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Sep 20, 2014; Athens, GA, USA; Georgia Bulldogs guard

Greg Pyke

(73) and offensive tackle

Kolton Houston

(75) congratulate wide receiver

Kenneth Towns

(9) after he scored a touchdown against the Troy Trojans during the first half at Sanford Stadium. Georgia defeated Troy 66-0. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

No. 2 – The offensive line is already playing better than 2013’s squad

There were questions before the season about whether the Georgia offensive line was going to be able to do their part to help all these talented running backs get their yards and to keep quarterback Hutson Mason standing upright and healthy.

So far, so good.

They haven’t been pushed around by any defensive line yet, including a Clemson front seven which was touted as one of the toughest in the country. Some of the holes being opened for the backs are just gaping, and the yards per carry is a reflection of that.

There are still a few things to be fixed, but it’s safe to say that this offensive line shouldn’t be a huge concern for fans.

A prime example of how much trust the coaches have in this group is this; When asked who the most important offensive player was, Mike Bobo answered without hesitation, “David Andrews”.

That says a lot of the senior center and for this offensive line as a whole.