UGA’s Offensive Coordination Fails, Again

Posted by Brian Scott on September-6-2009 Add Comments


In my preseason predictions for the 2009 Georgia football team, I picked Georgia to beat Oklahoma State 35-24.  My reasoning for my preseason prediction went as follows: yes, Oklahoma State has a good offense, averaging nearly 490 yards/game last year, but they also play in the Big 12, a conference that does not emphasize defense as much, inflating the numbers.

Further, Oklahoma State's defense allowed over 400 yards/game last year.  Therefore, I thought that if Georgia could simply play decent defense, which has been typical of Willie Martinez defenses (decent, but not great), then Georgia's experienced offensive line could help UGA's offense to stay on the field and put up points.
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