Georgia football: 12 quick takeaways from the Dawgs 12th victory

Georgia Bulldogs running back Kenny McIntosh celebrates after a touchdown. (Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports)
Georgia Bulldogs running back Kenny McIntosh celebrates after a touchdown. (Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports) /
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Georgia Bulldogs wide receiver Ladd McConkey catches a touchdown pass against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in the second quarter at Bobby Dodd Stadium. (Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports) /

3. Georgia football never took its foot off the throttle

One of the best things Georgia football did was keep their foot on the throttle until the game finished.

While the Yellow Jackets had a bit of success toward the end of the second quarter, Georgia still kept their foot on the gas.

After the Dawgs settled for a field goal on the opening drive, Georgia turned it up and let the offense have some fun. Starting quarterback Stetson Bennett had a great day, and so did his wideouts. Completing 70% of his passes is always a good sign that the air game was where you needed it to be.

This wideout group made a big statement on Saturday against the Yellow Jackets, showing they could put up points.

The Dawgs average 40.67 points a game through 12 games, and have been able to score at will most of the season. However, as the season continues, it’s clear there is no mercy against opponents anymore, and it’s all about staying aggressive until time runs out.

Georgia doesn’t need to show any mercy on its opponents. The Dawgs need to enforce their will and suffocate teams. When the Dawgs put down the throttle, it gets ugly fast, so now is the time to keep it down because it’s now or never for Georgia.