Auburn Football: Scouting the Georgia Bulldogs Offense

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Nov 2, 2013; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Georgia Bulldogs offensive tackle John Theus (71) and center David Andrews (61) celebrate after they got first down with less then 2 minutes left during the fourth quarter against the Florida Gators at EverBank Field. Georgia Bulldogs defeated the Florida Gators 23-20. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Offensive Line

One of the most impressive feats the Georgia offense has accomplished this season is starting the same lineup along the offensive line in each of the first nine games. Coming in to the 2014 campaign, there were a lot of questions as to who would start for Georgia on the O-Line, and not only have the Bulldogs had linemen step up and solidify positions, they’ve been able to rely on the same five guys in every game.

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Left tackle John Theus is the most talented member of the Bulldogs’ front line. Theus will make his 17th consecutive start and 31st overall Saturday, though he isn’t the most experienced member of the group. Center David Andrews has started 36 games in his Georgia career, all of them in a row, and is one of the league’s best centers.

Kolton Houston has established himself as the team’s starting right tackle, and he will make his 16th career start this week. Houston has NFL talent, but has struggled with consistency at times. Sophomores Brandon Kublanow and Greg Pyke are first year starters at left and right guard, respectively.

Overall, the offensive line has paved the way to an impressive season for the Bulldogs on offense. Georgia’s 43 points per game average in 2014 is far ahead of the 37.8 school-record average the program set in 2012. And, with 20 more touchdowns, the Bulldogs will tie the school’s single-season record of 72.

Simply put, the Auburn football team will have their hands full keeping the Bulldogs off the scoreboard Saturday.

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