Dawgs must keep rotating the backs
This season, Georgia has done a fantastic job rotating their running backs, and that does not need to change now.
Whether it is Zamir White, James Cook, Kenny McIntosh, or a healthy Kendall Milton, Dell McGee’s guys need to all get touches. This matchup will be a physical game, and Georgia has the luxury of playing multiple top-notch running backs.
The best thing about being RBU is that they have at least four backs that can tote the rock at any given time. However, it’s also nice that they aren’t worried about being a one-man show — they love sharing the load and making it work.
As mentioned earlier, only one running back had 10 carries against Vanderbilt, and Georgia ran for 239 yards.
Granted, Brock Bowers and Lad McConkey both accounted for some of that, but these running backs have all equally done really good this season.
McGee has been really good at his rotation. Being able to continue this will help Saturday and pay off as the season continues, especially if Georgia ends up playing 15 games.
Georgia needs to continue what it has been doing so far this season on offense. However, the Dawgs can make some improvements. This Arkansas game is where they can prove the offense is heading in the direction it needs to.