Sunday's Dawg Supper

Mike In ValdostaCorrespondent IAugust 2, 2009

LUBBOCK, TX - NOVEMBER 08:  Quarterback Zac Robinson #11 of the Oklahoma State Cowboys during play against the Texas Tech Red Raiders at Jones AT&T Stadium on November 8, 2008 in Lubbock, Texas.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

President of the pass rush?

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Okung will be a four-year starter for Oklahoma State. He has started 35 games in three years, moving from right to left tackle in 2008. He is strong, athletic, and has good feet. He was first-team All-Big 12 last season. He will start and play a lot of years in the NFL. Okung is a first-round pick.

Dez Bryant, WR
I am just guessing, but I imagine that motivation will not be a problem for the Dawg's defense. On paper, things look pretty ugly for the G-Unit. But thankfully, they will play the game and decide it on the field.
Oklahoma State had the most balanced offensive team in the Big 12 last year.
They had a 1500-yard rusher in Kendall Hunter and a 1400-yard receiver in Dez Bryant. Quarterback Zac Robinson is back for his senior year. Protecting Robinson's blind side is, quite possibly, the best offensive lineman in the Big 12, Russell Okung.
The Cowboys finished sixth in the nation in rushing with an average of 245-yards per game. The Cowboy offense had no problem finding the end zone last year scoring 530 points, the return players responsible for 512 of those points.
These Cowpokes are a much different team than the one UGA manhandled 35-14 in 2006 between the hedges.

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"I've really got a lot more juice than I did a year ago, to be honest with you," Richt said.
Georgia will be plenty motivated after starting as the preseason No. 1 last year, but finishing 10-3.
There's less star power in the post-Matthew Stafford/Knowshon Moreno era, but more stability with a seasoned offensive line.
Some players already staked claims on jobs in the springlike sophomore Brandon Boykin, who will replace Asher Allen as a starting cornerback.
"At the end of the (preseason camp), we want to have two-deep set," Martinez said. "For the most part, you have that set right now ."
"We've got enough depth," Richt said. "We've got enough guys that can get the job done. Now it's going to be a matter of who's going to earn the most playing time."
Here are five questions that need to be answered in the weeks ahead: