Georgia finally planted themselves in the win column last weekend as they defeated Coastal Carolina by a score of 59-0.
This was a much-needed win, especially after losing to two of the toughest teams in the country in the first two weeks of the season. Next week, UGA will have its chance to get a win in the SEC, hopefully improving the Bulldogs' conference record to 1-1.
Ole Miss is not considered a premier team in the conference, and the Bulldogs should be able to get back on track.
Here are some things to look for this Saturday in Oxford.
With both of Georgia's starting inside linebackers (Christian Robinson and Alec Ogletree) sidelined with foot injuries, it will be interesting to see how the replacements will fare against an SEC opponent.
They shut down Coastal Carolina, but that does not really mean much.
Look for some freshman to play more than usual as UGA tries to fill this big hole that was left when two of Georgia's most important defensive players went down with injuries.
Isaiah Crowell reportedly injured his ribs late in the game against South Carolina a couple of weeks ago and re-aggravated the injury this past weekend against Coastal Carolina.
Crowell has done nothing but impress coaches, fans and teammates in the few games that he has played.
He is listed as the starter for the Dawgs and will need to stay healthy if UGA wants to turn things around this season.
It is no secret that head coach Mark Richt is on the hot seat.
The past couple of seasons have not been up to the "UGA Way," and with the slow start to this season, many people are calling for Richt to be out as the coach of the Dawgs.
Pay attention to his demeanor out on the field—especially if Georgia find themselves in a quick deficit.
Richt is not one who is known for showing tons of emotion out on the field, but with this seat hot, who knows how he will react?
The expectations for quarterback Aaron Murray coming into this season were extremely high.
So far, he has struggled a bit against both Boise State and South Carolina.
This could be due to the fact that the offensive line has not done a good job protecting him or the fact that the offense has made some changes to the scheme.
Whatever it may be, the Bulldogs will need Murray to play like the Murray of last season if they want to have any chance at winning some big games this year and potentially making it to the SEC title game.
As Georgia fans, we have been used to seeing some of the best collegiate wide receivers play for the Dawgs.
A.J. Green decided to enter the draft early, and UGA has still not found a solid No. 1 option at receiver.
This may never happen, as the Dawgs may rely on a receiver-by-committee type deal for their offense.
Whatever it may be, the receivers need to help Aaron Murray out by getting open more consistently and catching the balls thrown their way.
Look for the wide receivers to play a big role if UGA wants to get back on track.