Georgia football holds Missouri to under 200 total yards
Georgia football has the best defense in the SEC and well the country because of how they suffocate and bully opponents into submission.
The Dawgs give up 6.6 points, 75.63 rush yards, 149.3 pass yards and 224.9 total yards a game. This week won’t be anything like we’ve seen the last two games against Kentucky and Florida. Those two SEC East teams are better than Missouri and have better teams.
Missouri is going through a rebuilding period and trying to figure out what they want from their football program, but they won’t on Saturday. Georgia will be the most formidable opponent they will face and will likely be another opponent shellshocked by this defense.
There is no way Georgia gives up over 100-yards on the ground. However, Missouri likes to throw the ball more anyway, as they average 279.5 yards a game and 174.5 on the ground.
After giving up 161 yards on the ground against Florida, Georgia will hunker down and fix those issues. They want to finish as the greatest defense since the 2011 Alabama group, and it starts by shutting down these Tigers and preventing them from doing much.
Georgia already has the No.1 ranking locked down as long as they continue to do what they did the first nine weeks of the year.
This game could be similar to the Vanderbilt one as Georgia held them to 77 total offensive yards. That production wouldn’t be terrible to see against Missouri.
What impresses the committee and the rest of the college football world are takedowns, and these Dawgs are looking to bully Missouri and send them home demoralized.