Georgia’s average starting field position on its first eight possessions of the first half was the Arkansas 47.5 yard line. One possession started at the Arkansas 15. The offense scored zero points on those. None. Zilch. Nada.
There are a few possibilities at work here. D’Wan Mathis may have been good in practice and just pressed in the first quarter. Or maybe J.T. Daniels would be starting if he were cleared to play. Or we may be in very, terribly serious trouble offensively.
The Bulldogs get the ball to start the second half and Todd Monken is going to have to earn his paycheck by finding a way to manufacture some points. The special teams has been a pleasant surprise. The defense has been (a couple of busts aside) who we thought they were.
But if this offense doesn’t get fixed we’re not winning a single game this season. Other than that, good things, y’all!