I'd say 26-23 Bulldogs on a 61-yard FG by Marshall Morgan with nine seconds to go.
My bad, he did not. 0 TDs, 1 INT.
Brice Ramsey has one of the most impressive passing arms I've seen here since Stafford. But there's more to it than that. But I suspect Clemson will be stacking the box nobody's who is in there.
Doubtful (see previous answer).
I think the only way another Georgia QB gets into Saturday's game is Mason has been knocked out or the Bulldogs are up a few scores late in the fourth quarter.
That's true. If not for four drops vs. Nebraska the storyline would be Mason led Georgia on back-to-back comeback wins to end 2013.
Boundary corner is the position of most uncertainty, IMHO.
Mitchell's not struggling to get back on the field. He is deliberately sidelined and recovering from knee surgery. He hasn't been on the practice field since Aug. 27. At this point I'd say a comeback by S. Carolina is doubtful.
Let's see, Hutson Mason in this game, I'd say like 16 of 20 for 240 and 2 TDs. That's fewer throws than Murray vs. Clemson LY (20-29 for 270, 0 TDs, 1 INT)
Mason's a better quarterback than was Tereshinski. I think he can be a highly accurate passer. Just doesn't chuck it with quite the velocity of his predecessor.
conley has a banged up shoulder, so Georgia has been taking it easy with him and just trying to get him to the game. But he's a hard hit or an awkward landing from having to come out of the game. Tough kid, though.
I'd say whatever TFr or first-year guys that play in the secondary Saturday will have the biggest impact. I'll take that back if Isaiah McKenzie or Sony Michel takes a kick return to the house.
Yes, JSW will be out per suspension as I understand it.
Because Georgia's coaches watch and videotape every single punt return in every practice all year and determine which guy they think is best at it. They seem to think Davis is the best.
I think Hutson Mason is one of the least of the Bulldogs' concerned. I also think there's a reason Aaron Murray was starting the last four years. But Mason is probably not going to be asked to carry quite as much of the load.
UGA's offensive line has looked good in camp. Trouble is, they haven't been practicing against Clemson's front. Lineup is LT Theus, LG Kublanow, C Andrews, RG Pyke, RT Houston. Look for Beard and Dantzler to be worked in.
Yes, Marshall well play extensively as Gurley's primary backup at tailback.
Well, no, didn't shut down Gurley at all. Gurley shut down himself after pulling a quadriceps muscle on his 75-yard TD run. He had only 12 carries in the game and finished with 154 yards. I'm not great at math but I'd say that's better than 10 yards per. The goal is for him to have more than 12 carries this time.
I expect Georgia to move Floyd around from side to side and maybe play him in the middle once in a while. Think Alec Ogletree and some of the stuff the Dogs did with him.
I think Jay Rome has been due for a big year for three years now. But the real story at tight end has been the emergence of Quayvon Hicks at that position and the new hybrid H-back role that has been developed for him.
gbal, I think the Indoor Practice Facility is not a "press" thing. I think it's a recruiting thing and I think Georgia is going to build one pronto for that reason and no other. Will it ultimately make a difference in recruiting or preparation? I don't think so. Georgia has had ZERO need for one this preseason.
I expect Georgia to win a close one. A Marshall Morgan 61-yard game winning field goal in the waning seconds would be nice for my selfish story-writing purposes.
I expect Lorenzo Carter to be on the field a good bit Saturday and likely throughout the year. As for his impact, I'm eager to see how much of one there is. I still think Leonard Floyd and Jordan Jenkins are the ones that will be expected to make most of the plays on the edge.