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Drew has four sacks in Georgia's last two games and trails the SEC's leaders in the category by just one (Chris Smith of Arkansas and Michael Sam of Missouri each have six sacks on the year). He'll have a more than decent opportunity to catch up against Carta-Samuels, who has already been sacked 16 times this season.
More importantly for Drew, however, is the impact that his pressure on the quarterback can have on the entire Bulldog defense. With four true freshmen defensive backs (Quincy Mauger, Tray Matthews, Brendan Langley and Shaq Wiggins) earning significant playing time, limiting Carta-Samuels' time in the pocket will be crucial.
A few short weeks ago, Todd Gurley was a Heisman Trophy candidate, but an ankle injury in the first-half of the LSU game has kept him out of Georgia's last two games. To be sure, all of Georgia's injuries on offense have hampered the Dawgs' capabilities, but none has hurt more than the loss of Gurley.
With him in the lineup, Georgia has averaged 41.25 points per game this season. In two games without him, the Bulldogs have been held to 30 points per game (and that includes an overtime period against Tennessee).
Murray desperately needs a receiver to step up and join Chris Conley as a deep threat. At times, Rantavious Wooten (10 catches, 121 yards and three touchdowns in the last two games) has looked like the man for the job. But, Reggie Davis has the athleticism to be a real difference-maker.
Although he's just a freshman, Davis already holds the school record for longest touchdown catch, thanks to a 98-yard bomb against North Texas. However, he's registered just two catches for 18 yards since the loss of Scott-Wesley and Bennett.