Auburn Football: Scouting the Georgia Bulldogs Offense

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Nov 8, 2014; Lexington, KY, USA; Georgia Bulldogs split end Malcolm Mitchell (26) runs the ball for a touchdown against the Kentucky Wildcats in the second half at Commonwealth Stadium. Georgia defeated Kentucky 63-31. Mandatory Credit: Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports


For Georgia, the receivers don’t have quite the star power the running backs do, but they’ve got a solid unit that has big play potential.

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  • Chris Conley leads the Bulldogs with 443 receiving yards, five touchdowns, and a 17.7 yards per catch average. Two of Conley’s scoring grabs came last week against Kentucky and he caught three passes for 58 yards in the victory over the Wildcats. Michael Bennett, a 6-foot-5 possession receiver, leads the Bulldogs with 30 receptions. The senior has 302 receiving yards and four touchdowns this season.

    Malcolm Mitchell is the most explosive receiver of the group, but he’s struggled with injuries this season after missing all nearly all of last year. Mitchell has 19 catches for 160 yards and a touchdown, but hasn’t been much of a deep threat this season and has just an 8.4 yards per catch average in 2014.

    Sophomore Reggie Davis and freshman Isaiah McKenzie are true speedsters, and two of the fastest players in the SEC.

    The Bulldogs have a talented tight end duo as well. Freshman Jeb Blazevich has 14 catches for 230 receiving yards and two TDs in seven starts. Jay Rome has eight catches for 36 yards and a touchdown, but is capable of much more.

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