Well, Georgia football fans, this is what we have all wanted. A shot at not only the SEC Championship but chance to knock off Georgia’s Kryptonite, Alabama. Georgia is the number one team in the country, and regardless a playoff berth is all but a given.
That thought is irrelevant right now, but make no mistake, Georgia wants this bad. The fact that a win should basically eliminate Alabama from a potential College Football Playoff is a cherry on top.
Georgia did what the Dawgs do against Georgia Tech — win, and it was a bludgeoning. The Dawgs beat Tech 45-0, which was never close, never on doubt, and honestly much like a good chunk of the games before it.
Starting quarterback Stetson Bennett finished the game 14-for-20 for 255 yards and four touchdowns, plus 10 different Bulldogs had a reception.
Georgia football has the chance to make history. Here are three things on offense that must happen.
Of those 10, tight end Brock Bowers had three catches for 100 yards and two touchdowns. Another incredible game for the freshman.
Bowers finished the regular season with 37 catches, 652 yards and 10 touchdowns. Bennett finished the regular season, completing 65% of his pass for 1,985 yards with 21 touchdowns and five interceptions. Who saw either one of those players putting up those type numbers.
As good as Bennett and Bowers have been, make no mistake, Georgia wants to — no, is going to come into the SEC Championship with one offensive goal. They want to be more physical, lean on Alabama, and yes, break them. Why change the mind after it worked the last 12 games?
That’s the Georgia philosophy. That’s the Georgia way. With that said, here are three things to watch on offense as Georgia plays for the SEC Championship.