Game of the Week: Alabama at Georgia
There's still the matter of how Georgia's young line will handle Alabama's dominant defensive front (more on that later), something UGA's uniforms will have no effect on. And don't think that
To get that signature win, Saban may have to abandon the offensive script that has led the Tide to a 4-0 start. Behind junior
Alabama's ability to throw the ball should be key, but it's not as important as ...
UGA started two freshmen (center
That young group, especially Jones, will face a major test in a Tide D led by mammoth nose tackle
"One thing about their offense is that they have so many weapons. Their size and speed at the skill positions is as good as I've seen in a long time. They got playmakers all over the place, and I thought Stafford, when we played him, was as sharp as any quarterback I've seen in quite some time. When you add Moreno in there, you better tackle him on the first time because you're not going to get a second try.
"I think you have to make them one-dimensional. If you can stop their run game and make them have to throw the ball to beat you, even though they throw it very well, I think you have a chance to beat them. They're going to try to run that football at you and you gotta stop that and make them one-dimensional where those play-action passes aren't really as effective.
"Their defense is outstanding and that often gets overlooked and that's why they win, because they play great defense."