Another week and another blowout victory have come and gone for Georgia Football.
The Dawgs bludgeoned Arkansas 37-0 in one of the most physical games we have seen from this team. Running the ball 56 times for 273 yards, Georgia had a game plan, and it is safe to say they perfected it.
Georgia will travel to the plains this week and play No. 18 Auburn. The Dawgs will get another confident SEC West team as Auburn is coming off its first victory in Baton Rouge since 1999.
New defensive coordinator Derek Mason has led a very good defense, and his ability to adapt and make changes has not gone unnoticed.
Auburn only allowed six points in the second half against LSU and zero points in the second half against Georgia State — each was crucial in the Tigers coming back to win both games.
The Tigers’ defense is led by Zakoby McClain, statistically and emotionally. Ejected from the second half of the loss to Penn State, McClain’s absence during the first half against Georgia State was evident, but so was his return in the second half.
This rivalry showdown is a game Georgia should win, and the team is playing at a level we have not seen in Athens in a while, if ever.
Here are three things Georgia’s offense needs to do to get out of the Plains with not only a win but stay as dominant as the Dawgs have been through the first five weeks of the season.