Georgia’s Offense: Not a Good Start

Posted by Tyler Estep on September-8-2009 Add Comments

For all of Joe Cox's waiting, learning and goodwill, Saturday's season debut was not what he wanted.

Georgia's fifth-year quarterback, in his second career start and first since 2006, put up decent-enough numbers - 15 of 30 passing for 162 yards, a touchdown and a late interception.

But after an 80-yard, 10-play scoring drive on the Bulldogs' first offensive possession of the game, Georgia didn't score another touchdown and the offense was visibly defunct.

It's hard to swallow a 24-10 loss when your defense holds the Oklahoma State offense, one of the most high-octane offenses in the country, in check for most of the game.

"[The offense] looked good there for a minute, didn't it?" coach...

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