New Oklahoma defensive coordinator Mike Stoops was encouraged by his unit's play in the Red-White spring football game, but stressed that there is still a ways to go.
Trickeration and early momentum didn't result in the points Georgia needed to truly take control against the No. 1 team in the country.
While the running game is thriving and the passing game develops, Texas' receivers are trying to stay patient.
Orson Charles and Aron White are playmaking tight ends who have benefited greatly from Georgia's improved running game.
For coach Mark Richt, every time Georgia plays it's a "benchmark" game. But his players truly believe they're a changed team from the one MSU beat in 2010.
Georgia led 10-0 but was pinned at its own 1-yard line in the second quarter. So the Dawgs went on 4-minute, 99-yard drive that let the Rebels know ... not today.