The Program: Can Georgia Stop Tyler Bray and Stay Unbeaten?

Michael Felder@InTheBleachersNational CFB Lead WriterSeptember 25, 2012

We've got a big SEC East matchup this weekend as the Bulldogs look to stay undefeated and Tennessee tries to climb their way back into the SEC East race.

After losing to Florida, it looks like the Volunteers are the fourth best team in their division, and going on the road to Athens is going to be a tough game.

The Vols defense had plenty of issues with Florida's tough, physical rushing attack.

Georgia does not have quite the offensive line that the Gators possess, but they have a couple of stud running backs and a quarterback who is going to use the running game to put pressure on Tennessee's back seven.

Watch the Vols linebackers are they try to be a factor against the run, as well as remain active against Aaron Murray.

Murray taking on Sal Sunseri's defense will be intriguing, but the real matchup here is Tennessee's quarterback, Tyler Bray, against Jarvis Jones and the rest of the Dawgs' defense. Bray has the ability to pick teams apart, if he has the time.

The real question here is, will the quarterback have the time?

This should be an interesting matchup to watch, and on this episode of The Program, we get into who has the advantage on Saturday. 

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