If you're still with us, you've enjoyed an extraordinary first half of offensive futility. You've seen Georgia decide that Greyson Lambert throwing to five wides out of an empty backfield is advisable. You've seen Christian Hackenberg throw the ball away with his left hand (hint, he's not left handed). You've seen Penn State drive 70 yards to settle for a tying field goal. And you've seen more pre-snap penalties than anyone should have to witness. You've also seen Terry Godwin throw a 44 yard touchdown pass and the Bulldogs take a 17-3 lead to the locker room. There's still lots of time for this one to go south. But I have to admit, the thought of James Franklin losing to a Georgia team in the midst of this kind of personal and organizational transition makes me giggle. If Georgia keeps playing the kind of defense it has so far, I don't see Penn State putting up 14 points in the second half. That being said, I'm a little worried about this Georgia team maintaining focus in the second half under these circumstances.
The last half of football of the Bryan McClendon era, and of the 2015 Georgia Bulldog season, is upon us. Let's make this one count. Until later . . .