The Georgia Bulldogs have been going through old film in an attempt to get a handle on the style and tendencies of new Buffalo defensive coordinator Lou Tepper.
Buffalo went 3-9 last season, but Bobo said he's watching footage from way back "to try to get a base of any consistencies of the places he's coordinated. There might be one or two blitzes that you're not going to rep tremendously but you might mention to your quarterback to say, ‘Hey, we might get this.'"
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Tepper, who has been out of coaching since 2010, has had stints at LSU, Illinois, Edinboro and Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Mark Richt admitted that his staff still isn't entirely sure what Tepper has planned for the Bulldogs.
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