Georgia Tech's flexbone offense has caused Georgia's defensive ends to make more tackles than they are used to, so the Bulldog DEs are ready to be tested on Saturday.
Talk of LSU playing for the national title regardless of Saturday's outcome has, understandably, mounted a chip on the shoulders of a Georgia team that has won 10 straight games.
It wasn't long into the game against Kentucky that Georgia's defense knew it was all on them. After a lackluster first quarter, they buckled down and saved the day.
The Georgia linebackers got banged up early, but with just about everyone back this could be the unit to watch in the final half of the season.
Georgia didn't use a no-huddle offense at all last season, but it's beginning to yield positive results this season in its early stages.