Has anyone else’s college football fan internal clock already ticked over to the “meaningless pre-Christmas bowl games” setting?— Dawg Sports (@dawgsports) December 12, 2020
Let’s hope the Red and Black don’t share this sentiment.
It’s been a long season already, and Kirby Smart’s team hasn’t played a lot of 11:00 am Central starts in the past year. But in prior seasons they’ve generally come out pretty well prepared for these early road games.
With things continuing to trend poorly up in Nashville from a numbers standpoint, the Vanderbilt game remains a doubtful undertaking. There’s every reason to believe that this may be the last Georgia Bulldog game before the bowl game, so it would be nice to see the offense maintain some of the momentum from recent efforts.
It would also be nice to see the defense play some stout football against a Mizzou attack that’s been good at getting yards of late. The Tigers have used misdirection, flea flickers, and motion to try to catch teams out of position. Will the ‘Dawgs display the discipline required to shut Drinkwitz’s deception down?