I’m not sure how much Georgia fans know about this season’s opening opponent, Oklahoma State, but ESPN has a piece up on the Cowboys’ program, particularly about their starting quarterback, Bobby Reid.
They look to be a challenge. As the article notes, while Oklahoma State finished 7-6 last year, four of those losses came in games where it had a chance to win on the last play.
One thing for Dawg fans to consider is that OSU’s offensive coordinator, Larry Fedora, is no stranger to the SEC or Georgia’s defensive scheme. Fedora held the same position at Florida during the last two years of the Zooker’s regime. (The Gators had the best offense in the conference, statistically speaking, in ’04 under Fedora’s guidance.)