Georgia Bulldogs dominate Arkansas Razorbacks, 37-0
“Every time we come on the field we push for a three and an out,” said Nakobe Dean, a junior linebacker. “It’s just the norm. If they don’t score, they can’t win. We’re just trying to do our job and get them off the pitch and get the ball going on offense. “
And Georgia’s offense, not even the strongest in the SEC, led the Bulldogs to send 142-10 their top three opponents into the sport’s premier league.
While Arkansas is undoubtedly better than its recent incarnations – 3-7 last season, 2-10 before that and 2-10 before that – the Razorbacks’ performance on Saturday indicates that Arkansas has not returned to a recalling powerhouse. the Frank Broyles era. . Indeed, the team’s gutting on Saturday likely fueled more questions about the strength of Texas A&M, a preseason playoff contender who lost 10 points to Arkansas last month, than it did. ‘made to herald the start of a dynasty, or even something much more modest. , in Fayetteville.
Arkansas did win the draw, however.
The Razorbacks postponed until the second half and, after a touchback, invited Georgia second-string quarterback Stetson Bennett to replace injured JT Daniels, who started for the Bulldogs against Clemson, South Carolina and Vanderbilt.
The snap came from the 25-yard line. Bennett kept the ball and accelerated to his right, almost hitting a first try. The next play brought the next offensive blast, this time with a running Bennett’s arm: a 16-yard pass to Ladd McConkey, a red-shirted freshman who grabbed him while two defensemen in the l ‘Arkansas were approaching a step or two too slowly.
When Georgia’s training finally looked so slightly in jeopardy – the Bulldogs faced off against thirds and 1s – the Zamir White hatchback made its way for a touchdown, his third of the season and the first of his two on the ground. Saturday, with a special teams score.
Georgia’s nine plays, 75 yards, shutout start, which lasted just over four minutes, quickly counted as relative pleasure for an Arkansas team that surrendered 273 rushing yards to the Bulldogs.