Georgia football forces at least one turnover against Missouri
Georgia’s defense has been a turnover king this season.
They’ve recorded 10 interceptions, three pick-sixes, two forced fumbles and have three fumble recoveries on the season. However, that isn’t the most impressive part.
Georgia has 66 points off turnovers while allowing just 53 points all season — they’ve scored 21 points themselves.
This unit is elite, and that turnover streak will continue against Missouri. The Tigers have coughed up eight interceptions this season but will look to a new quarterback to help them out on Saturday.
Connor Bazelak won’t play the Dawgs, and he is the one who threw all eight picks. Georgia will have to get ready for either Tyler Macon or Brady Cook, but that won’t really matter because they will be able to wreak havoc against them.
The Dawgs need to be aware on Saturday and get ready to pick it off because those spike pads don’t need any dust on them. Look for Kelee Ringo, Lewis Cine, or Christopher Smith to fight for another interception because last weeks’ picks came from a linebacker and defensive end.
Smith and linebacker Nakobe Dean lead the team with two interceptions, and they both have a pick-six.
Georgia loves to cause havoc, and it’s almost a requirement to force a turnover, so when that doesn’t happen, it just makes it tougher on the next opponent. The Dawgs will be a force on Saturday as they look to enforce their will against a Missouri offense that hasn’t seen anything like them this year.