Even though Georgia football earned its eighth blowout and ninth straight win, fans weren’t satisfied.
As usual, the familiar feeling as a Georgia fan is when things are going well, you expect the other shoe to be falling soon.
However, as we have seen in 2021, Georgia keeps on rolling — no matter the adversity that gets thrown at them.
Taking a look at who Georgia was playing — those numbers were expected to be gaudier. If there is anything 2021 has shown college football fans, upsets can happen at any time.
So I will be grateful that if Georgia did not have as great a game as most expected and still won an SEC game by 37, that is an impressive game.
That said, the Dawgs need to clean some areas up on offense. Here are three things Georgia football offense needs to do to stay successful.
Missouri came into the game against Georgia with the 130th ranked rush defense out of 130 teams. Those kids at Missouri are on scholarship and played with a lot of pride. Georgia rushed for 168 yards with James Cook as their leading rusher with 41 yards on nine carries.
Coming into the Tennessee game, we can expect a tired defense from the Vols. On Saturday, Kentucky ran 99 offensive plays gaining over 600 yards and scoring 42 points. Tennessee did win the game 45-42, but their defense was on the field a lot.
This weekend, the Dawgs travel to Knoxville for their annual game against the Volunteers. Here are three things to look for from Georgia’s offense.