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Saturday, October 9, 2010

Halftime thoughts and observations

- Aaron Murray is the game's leading rusher so far, with 43 yards. He also has 143 passing yards, and has accounted for all three Georgia touchdowns.

- A.J. Green: Four catches for 72 yards and a touchdown. Just another day (or half) at the office.

- Tennessee just isn't very good. But I suspect Georgia will gladly take being up 27-7 regardless of the quality of opponent.

- Tauren Poole hasn't been much of a factor, rushing for a quiet 38 yards on 10 carries. Instead when Tennessee has needed offense it has done it through the air. Matt Sims does have 112 passing yards, including the lone Vol touchdown, but he's also been sacked three times and picked off once.

- How much will we see of Washaun Ealey in the second half? Another rough day for the sophomore, as he has just seven yards on four carries, and again had fumble-itis inside the 5. If this game gets out of hand, does Georgia keep feeding Ealey to avoid injury to King, or do they give Ken Malcome a shot?

- The early verdict on the revamped Georgia offensive line is mixed. Murray has been under some pressure, and the running lanes haven't been as open as they were at Colorado. Yeah the offense has scored five times, but it's had great field position.

1 comment:

dawginutah said...

Aaron Murray is a player. He continues to be the bright spot on offense (I refuse to reward aj because he is just that good). The bad news is we can't run the ball to save our lives.