Georgia defeated Ole Miss on Saturday, 37-10, but had issues on offense to start the game. Ole Miss opened the game with a 10-0 lead, while Georgia gained just 48 yards on 11 plays in first 15 minutes of the game.
Chuckdawg of Dawg Sports thinks the offensive line is still an issue for the team, and he hopes Georgia will settle on an offensive identity in the final three weeks:
I thought our O line was the biggest problem before the season, and well, I am still thinking the O Line is the biggest problem.
The offensive line did allow quarterback Aaron Murray to complete 21-of-28 passes for 384 yards and four touchdowns, but also allowed five sacks in the first half. Georgia rushed 45 times for 149 yards and one touchdown on the ground on Saturday.
Georgia will play at Auburn next Saturday with a chance to clinch a berth in the SEC Championship Game. At 6-1 in conference play, Georgia is tied with Florida for the top spot in the SEC East, but owns the tiebreaker against the Gators after they defeated them, 17-9, on Oct. 27.