‘Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate’ 2013: How Georgia Tech Matches Up with Georgia

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Offensive Line – Advantage GT

The Yellow Jacket offensive line has gotten better and better all season. Right now they are playing the best ball they have since week three, and are starting to regularly get defensive linemen on the ground where they can’t affect the play. They still lack experience and skill at pure pass blocking, but if the option runs as efficiently as it should then they won’t have to stand up and create pocket situations for Vad Lee too often.

Georgia’s line has been both stellar and suspect this season. That lack of consistency is what should scare Georgia fans. The right side of the line has been a revolving door of players and a swinging gate opening up the rush to the quarterback (Aaron Murray’s knee is evidence of that). The Jackets showed against Clemson that they can win the battle at the line of scrimmage when they want to, and they should be able to do the same to Georgia.