Their pass rush has potential and athleticism but is not consistent.
Consistently sacked Mettenberger 4 times.
Missouri should have success with plays designed to bounce to the outside, especially slants and fade routes.
This sentence doesn't even make sense.
At LB,they have athleticism on the outside, but they don't have anything elite inside.
Amarlo Herrera is one of the best inside linebackers in the conference, shut Jeremy Hill down pretty well.
Their secondary has athleticism at the safety level, but the corners struggle. Their safeties have skill, but they're hindered by having to do too much to overcome the deficiencies at corner.
Damien Swann (CB) is a junior and led the team in interceptions last year. You must be talking about Langley, the true freshman, who has already lost his starting position to a sophomore with more experience. The only reason Langley started this season as a true freshman is because of summer injuries and a couple of suspensions to start the season.
Georgia's offensive strength is obviously Gurley and Marshall. Those two are as good as they come. Gurley, purely from a physical, talent standpoint, is likely the best running back in the country. Marshall is also very good at receiving the ball out of the backfield on swing or wheel routes. He is very hard to tackle in space.
Gurley is 50/50 on playing, Marshall is out for the year.
The real key to their offense, however, is Murray, and the real key to Murray is the first 20 minutes or so of the game. If you allow Murray to get in a rhythm and get comfortable, he will pick you apart. The key is getting to him early and often.
He plays a mean last two minutes as well. Ice Cold Warrior.
Georgia looked pedestrian against Tennessee in an overtime thriller this past weekend.
Did you watch even watch the game? You didn't know Marshall was out... crying in a towel with ice wrapped around his knee, with the camera peering over him every five minutes, not sure how you could have missed that.
Define pedestrian. How many yards did Murray throw for? How many did he run for? Also realize half the game was played with 3rd stringers at receiver and running back.