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Georgia Bulldogs O-coordinator Mike Bobo was unhappy with the way his offense performed in the fourth quarter of Georgia's 51-44 win over Tennessee.
It's difficult to find areas to improve on offense coming off of a 51-44 win, but that's exactly what Georgia Bulldogs offensive coordinator Mike Bobo did.
Bobo and Georgia's coaching staff were unhappy with the way the offense performed late in the fourth quarter, when the Bulldogs were trying to kill as much clock as possible, via the Athens Banner-Herald:
"I think it hurt us when we slowed down and tried to milk the clock a little bit. We kind of lost our advantage by not being aggressive and a no-huddle tempo. We've got to do a better job of that. Fortunately our defense bowed their neck at the end of the game and created all those turnovers."
Georgia head coach Mark Richt said that Georgia had a plan, but that it "simply wasn't good enough."
Bobo, Richt and the Bulldogs will hope to get another shot at killing the clock this Saturday, when they take on the South Carolina Gamecocks in an SEC showdown.