Oregon preview (sort of)

It’s hard to preview Georgia’s first opponent, for obvious reasons — new coaching staff, new schemes, new quarterback, etc.  Still, there is tape that shows which of their players are worth keeping an eye on, and there is familiarity with the head coach’s work, as well as the likely starting quarterback’s.

So, here’s a look at what the Dawgs may be facing come Saturday, or at least maybe some of what they may be facing:

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9 responses to “Oregon preview (sort of)

  1. bwaredogs

    But most importantly…what jerseys are we wearing?

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  2. Unless they improved drastically on both sides of the LOS, I keep seeing how Utah bullied them twice and Oregon State scored 29 on them in a loss. The Ducks are stepping up in weight class with a team that likes to dominate the lines.

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  3. 86bone

    It will be very interesting to read Saturday evening and Sunday the comments from Oregon players about the athleticism on Georgia’s defensive line, the size of the offensive line and the speed of our linebackers. Not to mention the fast, hard hitting defensive backs who tackle thru the whistle…
    This is Big Boy Football the Ducks are fix’n to see Saturday at the Benz🐾🐶

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  4. KingMackeral

    For Oregon’s offensive line, 4 are Seniors and one is a 4th year Junior. That maturity (excluding new scheme) could be a factor for our line. I did notice the RG is 6’3″ and 292 which might be a tad light for our front.

    If they give Nix time to do what he does best, it could pose trouble and I am starting to get my nervous on….

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  5. Russ

    They went into Columbus to start last season and beat aOSU so I could see them surprising a team that’s not ready. However, I believe Kirby, Stet, Nolan and a few other team leaders will have the Dawgs ready to go. Dawgs win by 2 TDs in a game that doesn’t feel that close.

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  6. 17 point favorites? That is crazy to me!

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  7. Terry McCullers

    They don’t have a chance on the line of scrimmage.

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