Among the few black marks in defensive coordinator Todd Grantham's Georgia tenure is an inability to stop South Carolina tailback Marcus Lattimore -- particularly late when the Bulldogs need a stop the most.
The notable "But what about ...?" part of spring practice and fall camp was Georgia's O-line, but three games into the season the unit is developing strong relationships, communication and a key willingness to rely on one another.
Georgia's walk-ons know that they won't find much glory in their roles, but they persevere knowing that their scout team play is crucial to the success of the team and that they get to keep putting on the pads for the Bulldogs.
With a role in all three aspects of the game, Malcolm Mitchell faces the question of whether he can pull off the sizable task, much as UGA legend Champ Bailey did back in the day. The Freshman All-SEC player thinks that uncertainty is a good thing.
A kid with a soccer background and little knowledge of the intricacies of football impressed Georgia coach Mark Richt so much with his punts that Collin Barber was offered a scholarship by Richt on the spot -- and he took it on the spot.