Georgia Should Rethink Its Offense
In four conference games Georgia has yet to go above 30 points with one of the most talented offenses in the country. They're winning games (well, except for that Alabama debacle), but seemingly cutting things way too close. There's no reason to go down to the wire with South Carolina (a 14-point outing) and Vanderbilt like they have.
Mark Richt was hired in part because of his offensive prowess, but he's since ceded play-calling duties and maybe should reconsider his offensive philosophy altogether. No. 1 teams don't grow on trees for Georgia, and unless a few miracles happen, this season is already a golden opportunity squandered. With biggies against LSU and Florida remaining, Georgia's defense could use a bit more offensive help. I'm not sure they'll get it.