Georgia football forces at least two turnovers
Georgia football has been absolutely excellent at forcing turnovers and using their savage pads.
The Dawgs have 11 interceptions and four fumble recoveries on the year, which means they average 1.5 turnovers a game.
Georgia needs to stay on that average and force at least two on Saturday against the Bucs. Jack Chambers has nine interceptions on the season, so Lewis Cine, Kelee Ringo, Derion Kendrick and the other defensive backs need to be ready to pick off some balls.
It would also be great to see someone like Dan Jackson get an interception this season after playing so well. He has had to step up in some guy’s absence and hasn’t missed a step. Jackson even led the Dawgs in tackles a couple of times this season, so it’s time for him to put on the savage pads.
By forcing turnovers, it eliminates their confidence even faster, meaning they will give up quicker, which the Dawgs need on Saturday. Finish this game and end it quickly because that is one way to make a statement in itself. They do not need to let Charleston Southern stick around because we do not need to see another Georgia Southern situation after going 10-0 and looking as dominant.
So hunt some heads, force fumbles, and maybe pick off a pass or two defense. Today is the day you can fluff some stats and make yourselves look really good.