After an absolute beat down of Vanderbilt, it’ll be hard to poke any holes into anything to do with Georgia Football. JT Daniels played one quarter, and Georgia was winning 35-0 after that one quarter.
Daniels was nearly perfect, going 9-of-10 for 129 yards with two touchdowns.
As a team, Georgia ran for 239 yards and did a fantastic job of spreading the carries. The Dawgs had 48 carries as a team, and no individual had more than 10 — Daijun Edwards had 10. Georgia spread the wealth through its wide receivers as well. With 21 completions, the most receptions were four catches by freshmen Brock Bowers and Ladd McConkey.
However, that was Vanderbilt, and the team coming into Athens is not.
Arkansas rolls into town 4-0 and ranked No.8 in the AP poll — its highest ranking since 2012. They are full of confidence coming off their win over Texas A&M and three weeks removed from its dominant win over the Texas Longhorns, where they shocked the Longhorns 40-21. Arkansas head coach Sam Pittman has done a great job in Fayetteville.
As much as he has changed Arkansas’ culture, his biggest move was hiring an offensive and defensive coordinator.
Arkansas defensive coordinator Barry Odom has done a great job with this defense. Odom has been in the SEC for years and has instilled confidence into his defense.
Senior linebacker Bumper Pool leads the defense, and he is the heart of the defense. Arkansas has only had one team rush for more than 150 yards in Georgia Southern, who amassed 156 yards on the ground.
Through the air, Arkansas has been equally as tough. The Hogs had one team throw for more than 200 yards in Rice, who threw for 227 yards during the season-opening game.
Even though the Hogs have had success on defense, here are three things Georgia needs to do on offense to win this colossal matchup of top 10 teams.