We are through just one half of football in Charlotte, North Carolina, between Georgia and Clemson. The SI Dawgs Daily Staff brings you our notebook through the first half of play.
- Georgia going a mix of east and west running, throwing more screens
- UGA opens up with play-action early
- Both offenses are cutting it close on the play clock.
- Both defensive lines dominating the line of scrimmage
- Two bad snaps kill a Clemson drive that was keeping into Dawgs territory
- Rotating lineman early upfront
- Ladd McConkey getting a couple of looks early
- Kendall Milton is the most explosive back for Georgia
- Georgia linebackers have made several explosive plays on the ball
- Defensive backs have been consistently in phase
- Georgia failing to take advantage of opportunities
- Georgia's defensive line dominating Clemson's offensive line
- Chris Smith in zone coverage reads DJ's eyes and takes a pick to the house.
- Pressure is clearly affecting quarterback DJ Uiagalelei; he has made several inaccurate throws under duress.
- Jordan Davis has been a problem up the middle. Clemson has tried blocking him with multiple linemen to no avail.
- Kelee Ringo is getting a lot of reps outside and outside of a pass interference call has played a solid game.
- Adam Anderson is often out of the game on early downs.
- Uiagalelei hasn't had many opportunities to get outside the numbers; Georgia is collapsing the pocket and forcing him to make quick reads.
- JT Daniels looks in rhythm but hasn't tried the Tigers downfield yet.
- Georgia defensive linemen have done a good job getting their hands up and tipping passes at the line of scrimmage.
- The stadium atmosphere was electric from the opening kick to the end of the first half.
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