3. Georgia football will see its passing attack will prevail
Frankly, it doesn’t matter who is at the helm for Georgia on Saturday, whether it’s Stetson Bennett or JT Daniels — they both can lead the Dawgs to their 10th victory.
Tennessee’s secondary has been bad this season. They are No. 109 out of 132 FBS teams in passing defense which is not a good look, especially when you are about to play the No.1 team in the country.
So far this season, Georgia hasn’t been forced into a situation where they have to solely depend on their passing game to win. This game shouldn’t be one of those either, but fans should feel confident in Georgia’s ability to throw the ball all day long come Saturday evening.
Last week against Missouri, the Dawgs threw for 300-plus yards between Bennett and Daniels. While the Dawgs need to win this game by having a good day on the ground, we could also see some explosive pass plays.
In each of Tennessee’s four losses, the opposing quarterbacks have caused problems in each of those losses. They gave up 301 passing yards to Pitt, 222 to Florida, 231 to Ole Miss and 371 to Alabama. The Vols gave up 322 passing yards to Missouri and 387 yards to Kentucky so that the Dawgs could have a massive day through the air.
Look for Georgia to try and find a balanced offense against the Vols on Saturday as the Dawgs look to dominate and reach 10-0 and one step closer to the National Championship and ending that 41-year drought.