Georgia football: 3 early predictions for the exciting Orange Bowl

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Georgia football sees their defense return to dominance

The Alabama game saw a Georgia football defense that didn’t look like themselves at all. They were lackluster and barely caused any havoc.

If the Dawgs want revenge, they must get back to what worked and make the Wolverines quit. The way some of the defensive leaders talked to the media, it seems this unit has gotten back to themselves and is ready to demolish Michigan.

Georgia must pressure Michigan quarterback Cade McNamara and contain Hassan Hassin when he totes the rock.

The Dawgs need to send a message that the SEC Championship game was a fluke and not who they are. Georgia needs to remind everyone what got them to Atlanta and the College Football Playoffs, which is to enforce their will on their opponent and make them quit.

The turnover pads need to be put on someone during the game against Michigan because it’s been far too long since someone donned them.

Georgia has had plenty of times to get healthy and regroup. Now it’s their time to shine and send these seniors out on the right note. This group controls their destiny, and if they can keep Michigan off the field and allow their offense to do their thing, it should be a victorious night for the Dawgs.