Georgia football sees their defense score at least one touchdown
Georgia football averages 38 points a game, but it isn’t just the offense putting up points, but the defense as well.
The Dawgs have three pick-sixes and one safety, so they’ve scored around 20 or so points themselves.
This week, Georgia’s defense adds another touchdown to their roster as one of those interceptions could result in a touchdown, or the Dawgs could force a fumble and score.
The Dawgs’ defense will find the end zone some way, somehow this Saturday, while they’re going to also prevent the Vols from scoring more than one touchdown. Tennessee may get into the endzone, but it won’t happen twice.
They may have an explosive offense, but Georgia has a fierce defense that hates when teams score more than six points. The Dawgs will have the same point goal as they did against Missouri, and that will be what Georgia strives to achieve.
Georgia wants teams to kick field goals, which will be what they try to do on Saturday. However, they will also look to score themselves because opposing offenses get into their heads more when they do that.
While Tennessee is feeling themselves right now, they won’t be nearly as confident if the Dawgs force a few mistakes and score a defensive touchdown.
The Dawgs are looking to make history on Saturday and finish perfect in SEC play for the first time in school history, and Georgia isn’t about to let Tennessee have bragging rights for the next 365 days.
Georgia makes their 10th statement of the year and once again shuts down an explosive offense while their offense puts up 40-plus points. Their win will solidify to the committee they are the undisputed No.1 team in the country, and Nos. 2-4 aren’t on the same level.