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Not many teams will have to do what No. 9 Georgia did in the first month of its season.
Georgia put up 44 points and 494 yards of offense against a No. 6 LSU defense that on average holds opponents to just 19.5 points and 310 yards per game. But perhaps the craziest thing about the No. 9 Bulldogs (3-1, 2-0 SEC) is that they managed this offensive display without Todd Gurley for most of the game.
Georgia improves to 3-1 and remains unbeaten in its conference.
The fireworks were on full display in Sanford Stadium.
The No. 9 Georgia Bulldogs (2-1, 1-0 SEC) started off their game against LSU (4-0, 1-0 SEC) just the way many had forseen offensively, flashing explosiveness and diversity. The defense, however, surprised many with an impressive early performance.
In arguably the biggest game of the season for No. 6 Louisiana State, head coach Les Miles will look to control emotions from elevating too high when they travel to Athens to face No. 9 Georgia.