2. Georgia’s elite defense will elevate them to 10-0
This one is an obvious choice, considering this Georgia football’s defense is one of the best we have seen in a long time, not just in Georgia history but also in all of college football.
This defense is getting compared to historic ones, like the 1992 Alabama Crimson Tide defense, which won a national championship that year. Forget about all the comparisons, though, because this defense wants their own identity.
There aren’t just a couple of star players on this defense. All 11 are playmakers who go to battle for each other. They are brothers and play as one unit.
All types of stats prove how impressive this unit is, but those stats don’t do any justice on how good this Georgia defense really is.
Stats aren’t always the only way to define eliteness because even though there are stats that back up this unit, it’s their love for each other. It’s how they sacrifice their bodies for each other and do whatever it takes for their teammate to make a play.
There is not one selfish player on this defense, and that is why they are so elite.
However, the Vols will be one of their biggest challenges yet because they can be explosive.
Tennessee ranks in the top 20 in the entire FBS in total offense. On average, per game, they gain 457 yards. That is a lot. The Dawgs only allow opponents to 231 yards per game, which leads the SEC, so it’ll be interesting to see if the Vols can challenge them.
While Tennesse does provide a challenge, mostly in their rushing game, they are no match for this scary good Dawg defense.