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Three Keys to Beating South Carolina

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Stopping The Run Will Be Key

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: NOV 04 South Carolina at Georgia Photo by Jeffrey Vest/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

In a clear departure of not too long ago, the series between Georgia and South Carolina has swung heavily in Georgia’s favor. Look for that to keep on Saturday afternoon in Athens,

Here’s three keys to ensuring that it happens to the tune of a Georgia victory

Brave The Early Burst

Once the noon kickoff time was announced, it worried me.

You’ll have Georgia coming off a game last Saturday night going up against a bye-week rested South Carolina. In honesty, it would not surprise me to see South Carolina coming out with its hair on fire and putting the fear of god into the Georgia crowd. Key for Georgia will be to despite all things, control the early part of the game.

Stand Tall Against The Run

One of the better rushing attack on Georgia’s schedule comes its way by way of Rico Dowdle. Georgia has seen marked improvements on its defensive front, ranking fifth-best nationally, and that, among the starters and the guys that Georgia plugs in, will have to continue.

If there’s a way for Georgia to control the way this game goes, it’ll be to force third and longs and take the Gamecocks ground game out of it,

Let Fromm be Fromm

The closest thing to Jake Fromm being cut loose and spread the field was last week, and it was Fromm at his best. Whatever the gameplan was last week, James Coley should do the exact same thing.

Go Dawgs!