The No. 7 Georgia Bulldogs started out conference play with a huge win over a very good Missouri Tigers squad Saturday night in Columbia.
With a final score of 41-20, one might think this game was a rout, but anyone who actually watched it knows it was still up for grabs in the fourth quarter.
Thank goodness—and USC’s medical staff—for Jarvis Jones, who basically put the team on his back and won the game for the Bulldogs. Jones had a late interception and a forced fumble, both of which set up the Bulldogs inside the Missouri 5-yard line and led to two Georgia touchdowns.
As nice as it is to start the season 2-0, there is still room for improvement for the ‘Dawgs. Let’s look at five areas where Georgia needs better effort if it’s going to contend for a championship.