Georgia's O-line changed its course

Georgia's O-line changed its course

There are 2 comments on the The Shreveport Times story from Dec 3, 2011, titled Georgia's O-line changed its course. In it, The Shreveport Times reports that:

ATHENS, Ga. - Will Friend never thought hard about taking the offensive line coaching job at Georgia.

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jim928

United States

#1 Dec 3, 2011
I think the turning point once again was caused by BoBo going conservative with 6┬▒minutes left in the 1st half and us getting pinned deep and punting which let to a Lsu return TD. How long will Dawg fans have to put up with our Offensive cord. Getting really Old!

“GO BUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!”

Since: Dec 06

Columbus, OH

#2 Dec 4, 2011
Going conservative took the edge in tempo away from Georgia. They also missed out on about 3 touchdown possibilities.

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