5: Georgia football runs for 200-plus yards
The Dawgs were a force on the ground after adding up 273 rushing yards and averaging 4.9 yards a carry against Arkansas. Georgia’s interior line did a tremendous job and gained some much-needed confidence.
That group gets better every week, and with a test like this one of the line, it’s time they allow the running backs to make a statement.
While Auburn is the No. 2 rush defense in the SEC, averaging 87.20 yards a game, the Dawgs must find a way to run the ball against the Tigers.
The best team Auburn played was Penn State, but the Nitty Lions are no Georgia. Auburn gave up 267 rushing yards to Georgia State, but the other times they’ve forced teams to throw the ball to be successful.
With Zamir White, James Cook, Kendall Milton and Kenny McIntosh, one of these guys is due for a blowout game. White ran with a vengeance last week against the Hogs like he wanted to prove something.
Cook looked faster than Sony Michel and more agile. This group respects the RBU players before them, but these four are exceptional and will work as a unit to expose Auburn’s front seven.
Georgia will utilize its four running backs against the Tigers to run the ball for 200-plus yards and let them know that RBU isn’t afraid of them.