It was a RedOut at Sanford Stadium on Saturday night, and Georgia football put on quite a show for the vibrant home crowd.
With coveted quarterback recruit and southern football royalty Arch Manning in the house, Georgia’s offense came out firing on all cylinders, with a healthy JT Daniels leading the Dawgs to touchdowns on their first two drives to take a commanding lead.
Georgia’s defense took the baton from there and suffocated South Carolina’s offense, limiting them to 96 total yards in the first half, while putting up defensive points for the third straight week after notching a safety near the end of the second quarter.
Although the Dawgs didn’t win by as many points as the folks in the desert predicted, they controlled the line of scrimmage all night, dictated tempo, and Georgia football fans never experienced anything close to a hold-your-breath moment.
These individual performances from Saturday night should also be celebrated. Five Dawgs earned helmet stickers this week.