”We felt very in control,” Georgia linebacker Leonard Floyd said. ”We felt they (were) ready to tuck their tails and run.”
Yes, it was foolish to think so. But this is a team that is just starting to figure out how good it might be. Until the last two weeks, it’s struggled in almost every game against a conference opponent (and against Clemson, too). So, while we’d like to see a little more killer instinct out of Floyd and his compadres, perhaps we should cut them a little slack. Because you know the coaches won’t.