4: Dawgs shut down Auburn offense, limiting them to under 200 total offensive yards
Georgia’s defense is something no one can unsee after playing against them. While there have been impressive defensive units in college football history, this group may end up topping them all.
In the SEC, the Dawgs rank No. 1 in the four main defensive categories.
Auburn hasn’t seen a defensive front like Georgia has, and usually, that is the case for the Tigers, but it isn’t even close to being on the same level as Georgia.
After watching the LSU game, neither team wanted to win that game, but Bo Nix wanted it enough for Auburn to get the victory.
While it is impressive to see him make plays on the run as he did, it isn’t an ideal situation. No team wants their quarterback running around unless he has to.
If LSU could tackle, they would have won that game, but they didn’t. Georgia can, though, and that’s why this game will get ugly fast.
Nix went 23-of-44 for 255 yards and one touchdown. He completed 52% of his passes against a secondary that didn’t care.
Georgia has this one circled so that the Dawgs won’t give up more than 200 total yards against the Tigers.
Once again, the Dawgs will demoralize a team and make them quit.