Opponents have scored lots against Georgia’s defense
By Chip Towers
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Georgia’s offense has been criticized for turning the ball over twice and failing to convert a first-and-goal from the 5-yard line into any points in Saturday’s 38-35 loss to Clemson. And while that criticism is certainly justified, so is the notion that an SEC team should be able to score 35 points and win.
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A week after a pair of unimpressive losses, Georgia Tech regained a bit of its footing. The Yellow Jackets delivered an emphatic 87-57 thrashing of East Tennessee State on Saturday afternoon at McCamish Pavilion to head into their final exam week on an up note.