What does OSU learn from Georgia?
While we dissected OSU’s 45-35 loss to Houston, some of the Boone Pickens Stadium pressbox televisions displayed a very interesting game. Georgia-South Carolina.
Georgia won 41-37 when a late Gamecock threat was turned back. Who won was not as interesting as the score: 41-37. Predictions on the game centered around 10-6. These teams traditionally play low-scoring games. When Georgia led 17-14 early in the second quarter, it was the most points these foes had scored on each other in years.
So coming on the heels of OSU’s 24-10 victory over Georgia — defense was great, offense was a little off — and now in the light of the Houston game (offense nothing special, defense a sieve), what do we think of the Cowboys?
Well, Georgia’s offense is better than we thought, so OSU’s defense deserves all the plaudits handed out a week ago. But Georgia’s defense was not as stout against South Carolina. The Gamecocks were not good offensively in Week 1, when they beat North Carolina State 7-3 and were lucky to get the seven.
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