OSU scouting report: Georgia
by Brandon Chatmon
Georgia held its first preseason scrimmage on Wednesday and the Bulldogs’ potential tailback-by-committee situation may be moot.
Richard Samuel rushed for 108 yards and one touchdown while adding a 70-yard reception for a score. Here is Tim Tucker’s story about the scrimmage:
It would be much better for the Cowboys if Georgia enters the game with open competition at tailback. The more competition for jobs heading into game, the better for OSU.
Here’s Chip Towers’ Q&A with incoming freshman tight end Authur Lynch:
Bill King weighs in on his junkyard blawg about the running back by committee situation:
It’s clear Georgia’s No. 1 priority in preseason camp is replacing Knowshon Moreno, they feel comfortable with Cox at quarterback.
For the Cowboys, the more uncertainity the Bulldogs have offensively heading into the opener, the better. It’s clear OSU has the offensive advantage regardless, how big an advantage that is remains to be seen.
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