Obviously, it’s not worth reading too much into another game where it was obvious early on that Georgia’s opponent was overmatched, but, still, there were a few items of interest.
- Stafford’s decision making has improved from last year, which is reflected in his zero interceptions and the top passing efficiency rating among conference starters to date. His run saving the third and long on Georgia’s one yard line was something you might not have seen out of him earlier in his career.
- If Dobbs doesn’t get in the end zone on that interception, the final score would have been 56-10.
- Asher Allen’s grab of that line drive rugby punt was a terrific play. That was a difficult ball to handle.
- You think Spurrier wouldn’t mind having Dan LeFevour as his starting quarterback right now?
- He blew his blocking assignment on a screen to Moreno and he’s still feeling his way around, but I had no problem with A. J. Green starting. Being six foot four with soft hands and body control makes up for a lot.
- There were some disappointing moments on defense. Battle allowed himself to be taken out of plays on occasion. Evans and Miller were erratic and blew coverages on a couple of deep balls.
- The pass rush was better on review than it appeared at the game. LeFevour did a good job of getting rid of the ball at the last minute, which kept the sack count down – but he did get hit.
- Kickoff coverage leaves a lot to be desired. All but two of CMU’s possessions started outside of its thirty.