The stage is set when it comes to this year’s Peach Bowl! Ohio State is set to take on Georgia Football in what should be a football game for the ages in the College Football Playoff Semifinals. This is just the second time the Buckeyes will meet the Bulldogs and when these two teams meet, undefeated Georgia should know the secret to beating this 11-1 team.
After all, Georgia did beat Ohio back in the 1993 Citrus Bowl with the final score being 21-14. Of course, that was then and this is now but you can look up and down each team’s roster and find the one area where Georgia completely dominates over Ohio. It’s all about the battle of the trenches.
That’s right, ladies and gentlemen, Georgia is built with an incredible defensive line and a solid offensive line that should easily be able to take care of business against Ohio. It’s what head coach Kirby Smart takes pride in as he clearly knows what it takes to win football games at the end of the day. He knows how to manage these two core strengths of the team straight into the record books.
Georgia will dominate Ohio State thanks to their prowess in the battle of the trenches
It’s really simple in the grand scheme of things. To win football games is to have your defensive line shut down opposing quarterbacks and your offensive line hold down the fort to keep your team’s quarterback upright. Do that and well, you will leave many games victorious, just like Georgia has done all season long and in every single game this year.
Georgia’s defensive line is great at pressuring quarterbacks, stopping the ground game, and giving opposing offensive coordinators headaches. Their offensive line has done a wonderful job of protecting quarterback Stetson Bennett, establishing great rushing lanes for the ground attack, and being consistent week in, week out. It’s a proven recipe of success and will easily make Georgia back-to-back national champions.
The secret is out and honestly, it shouldn’t even need to be said in the first place. Look at any Georgia game this season and it’s clear as day. This team is built to win thanks to their prowess in the battle of the trenches. Everything falls into place easily due to how great these two main aspects of the team are and well, they should have no problems at all taking care of business against Ohio.