Georgia football pitches another shutout
After giving up the most points they have all season, Georgia football will shut that down on Saturday and force another shut out against Charleston Southern.
The Dawgs are tired of giving up points to opponents and allowing them to get into their endzone, so the Bucs will have to understand.
This week is about cleaning up loose ends on defense they could improve on, including tackling and shutting plays down before they get to the second part of the defense. Plus, the secondary needs to play better, and this week will be an excellent opportunity to do that.
Charleston Southern will try and do some similar stuff with their quarterback as Missouri and Tennessee did. Jack Chambers can tuck and run it if he needs to but can also air it out and hurt a defense.
Georgia needs to shut that down and quickly. The Dawgs need to eliminate any confidence the Bucs will have on Saturday and absorb it for themselves. There is no reason to let them get any offense going because this defense should shut down this offense with ease because they are that good.
The Dawgs have enforced their will on teams all season long and shut out back-to-back SEC opponents, so this FCS program should be no problem to keep out of their endzone.