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    UGA vs OU

    The two teams that brought us games on TV

    PFF's Grades, UGA's offense vs OU's defense

    A PFF staff of 300-plus review game film of every single team and player. The grades assigned to players are simple. Much like in academics, players are awarded grades between 0 to 100.

    A grade of 85 or higher is an NFL-caliber rating, while a grade of 80 to 84 is considered “very good.” Below average grades range from 50-60. The number in parentheses is the national position rank for that category.

    Georgia's Offense

    Pos Player Snaps Overall Pass/Rec Pass Block Rush Run Block
    STARTERS
    QB Jake Fromm
    775 79.0 (68) 78.5 (61) 60.0 (1) 70.8 (-) 60.0 (1)
    RB Nick Chubb
    304 88.2 (7) 67.6(-) 64.8 (-) 88.6 (4) 60.0 (-)
    LT Isaiah Wynn 760 87.2 (15) - 83.0 (89) - 89.9 (2)
    LG Kendall Baker 742 80.1 (83) - 78.5 (139) - 80.0 (54)
    C Lamont Gaillard
    774 85.0 (8) - 84.0 (21) - 82.3 (10)
    RG Ben Cleveland
    218 74.3 (-) - 70.7 (-) - 77.4 (-)
    RT Andrew Thomas 774 79.7 (105) - 82.9 (92) - 71.9 (150)
    TE Isaac Nauta
    323 73.3 (75) 66.1 (69) 72.3 (-) - 71.6 (54)
    WR Javon Wims 626 82.5 (52) 82.1 (57) - - 64.4 (180)
    WR Terry Godwin 554 78.4 (123) 78.6 (111) - - 53.7 (361)
    WR Riley Ridley 316 51.9 (422) 51.8 (-) - 60.0 (-) 53.3 (370)
    NEXT MAN UP
    OL Solomon Kindley 514 75.3 (141) - 71.1 (-) - 77.3 (84)
    RB Sony Michel 280 82.3 (26) 67.1 (74) 73.5 (-) 82.2 (26) 60.0 (-)
    RESERVES
    TE Jeb Blazevich
    298 68.0 (104) 55.6 (-) 63.4 (-) - 69.8 (69)
    TE Charlie Woerner
    282 63.7 (119) 49.3 (-) 50.3 (-) - 73.7 (37)
    WR Mecole Hardman Jr. 249 71.2 (-) 71.7 (-) - 60.0 (-) 58.3 (-)
    RB D'Andre Swift 188 81.3 (-) 78.8 (-) 65.2 (-) 79.2 (-) 60.0 (-)
    Oklahoma's Defense
    Pos Player Snaps Overall Run Def Pass Rush Cov
    STARTERS
    DL DJ Ward 676 64.0 (382) 69.9 (387) 48.9 (361) 61.6 (-)
    DL Neville Gallimore
    354 72.8 (267) 73.3 (263) 67.9 (246) -
    DL Marquise Overton 417 76.1 (184) 80.3 (81) 47.9 (384) -
    ED Ogbonnia Okoronkwo 819 86.3 (17) 86.5 (10) 81.8 (27) 74.7 (38)
    LB Emmanuel Beal
    850 79.3 (139) 70.2 (226) 60.6 (-) 83.6 (45)
    LB Kenneth Murray
    811 46.7 (340) 45.1 (315) 67.6 (-) 55.0 (281)
    LB Caleb Kelly 658 83.8 (62) 79.7 (94) 60.5 (95) 83.9 (41)
    CB Parnell Motley
    753 84.5 (43) 73.8 (152) 62.3 (-) 84.0 (47)
    CB Jordan Thomas 603 40.4 (457) 73.7 (155) 59.0 (-) 40.3 (450)
    S Will Johnson 599 82.6 (52) 77.8 (117) 62.8 (-) 83.2 (30)
    S Steven Parker 819 83.1 (44) 78.8 (99) 56.3 (-) 83.0 (33)
    NEXT MAN UP
    CB Tre Norwood 360 71.6 (257) 64.6 (273) 63.6 (-) 70.7 (268)
    S Kahlil Haughton 357 75.1 (179) 68.4 (207) - 75.4 (141)
    ED Amani Bledsoe 312 74.7 (152) 81.7 (48) 52.3 (214) -
    RESERVES
    ED Kenneth Mann
    295 76.2 (126) 77.2 (-) 72.0 (120) 54.0 (-)
    CB Chanse Sylvie
    284 73.5 (230) 73.3 (-) 57.8 (-) 72.8 (238)
    DL Du'Vonta Lampkin 241 77.0 (160) 80.3 (81) 57.6 (292) -
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    Re: UGA vs OU

    I like our chances.....

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    Re: UGA vs OU

    My thoughts, from another thread:

    I think third down will be the key. Can UGA keep drives going with short third down conversions while not having to ask Fromm to convert multiple third and longs and can UGA get off the field on third down on defense are the two biggest questions IMO. If UGA can force Baker into third and long, get pressure without blitzing and allow the linebackers to roam, they should have success. Follow the Iowa State formula, run the ball, convert third down and get off the field on defense. Some teams like Oklahoma can win without converting a lot of third downs, but if UGA can score enough to make OU have to convert multiple third downs on the same drive and not lose by simply allowing 3-4 big plays, they will win.

    OU will likely get 3-4 big plays on anyone regardless of defense simply bc of the offensive talent and scheme. Their OL is also very good and their run game is much better than people give credit, without the ability to run and not allowing a lot of free blitzers their offense could be stopped easily. But when you can run the ball to go along with that dynamic passing attack, you can't be stopped, only contained.

    I believe Smart will shy away from man to man coverage and move Carter around. Orlando Brown, the LT, is very good and probably top NFL OL prospect. Carter's an extremely atheltic and fast pass rusher but for his size Brown moves very well. Move Carter around (which Smart does very well anyway) and play zones with those fast LBs. It'll allow more completions but fewer chunk plays that happen in man coverage with a mobile QB, either scrambling or busted plays when a WR gets loose deep.

    The biggest key no one seems to be discussing is the OU TE. Maybe the best in the country, he excels at finding openings and beating linebackers in coverage. The UGA LBs are very versatile and fast, so maybe they can negate his ability. He will be the player Mayfield looks to on big third downs. Don't be afraid to use a bigger safety on him on third down. I believe the UGA DBs can mostly cover the OU WRs who aren't quite as dynamic this year without Dede Westbrook. But the TE and the RBs out of the backfield are weapons that kill teams by keeping drives alive.

    On offense, I think it's as simple as you said: control LOS, run the ball. Shorten the game, limit possessions, don't make your QB have to make a lot of big throws on third and long. I really like the UGA WRs and TEs in all areas except their hands lol, despite the most impressive catch I've seen all year was by UGA WR Terry Godwin. I've seen Hardman, Godwin and Wims drop some big catches. But, all of the WRs plus Michel have the ability to beat OU defenders one on one and score on a PA pass or a bomb on second and short. The run game opens up everything, loosens coverage and allows for more attacking passes to be called instead of just throwing to convert third downs.

    If it's a 30-point or less game, I think UGA wins. If it's more than 35 points, OU wins.
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    Re: UGA vs OU

    I think Roquan Smith will spy Mayfield. I don't think he will hurt us with his legs. If he tries, he will receive pain. I don't think OU is big on 10 play drives. They score in a hurry. If we make them convert a bunch of third downs, we will be in good shape.
    UGA doesn't have great sack stats. This is because we have played a lot of dual threat QBs. We were staying in the lanes to prevent QB runs.
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    Re: UGA vs OU

    Quote Originally Posted by Herchel View Post
    I think Roquan Smith will spy Mayfield. I don't think he will hurt us with his legs. If he tries, he will receive pain. I don't think OU is big on 10 play drives. They score in a hurry. If we make them convert a bunch of third downs, we will be in good shape.
    UGA doesn't have great sack stats. This is because we have played a lot of dual threat QBs. We were staying in the lanes to prevent QB runs.
    How do you believe UGA will scheme against a very good TE? Will they use a speedy LB to cover him (which could allow more lanes for Mayfield to run) or will they go zone and use a safety?

    Mayfield running for yardage shouldn't scare UGA, it's his ability to throw downfield on the move. He does a great job of keeping his eyes downfield while scrambling, allowing his WRs to sneak open against DBs asked to cover for longer periods. UGA will have to make Mayfield stay in the pocket and throw the ball with a rhythm and not allow him out of the pocket to roam and throw downfield.
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    Re: UGA vs OU

    Quote Originally Posted by Bama_Man View Post
    How do you believe UGA will scheme against a very good TE? Will they use a speedy LB to cover him (which could allow more lanes for Mayfield to run) or will they go zone and use a safety?

    Mayfield running for yardage shouldn't scare UGA, it's his ability to throw downfield on the move. He does a great job of keeping his eyes downfield while scrambling, allowing his WRs to sneak open against DBs asked to cover for longer periods. UGA will have to make Mayfield stay in the pocket and throw the ball with a rhythm and not allow him out of the pocket to roam and throw downfield.
    Hopefully better than they did with South Carolina's, who led the Gamecocks with 7 catches for 93 yards...

    I also agree that Mayfield isn't really a running threat and that you need to keep him in the pocket - because of his playground throwing ability when the original play breaks down.

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    Re: UGA vs OU

    My take is that OU offense will have mild to moderate success against UGA's defense, while OU's defense will get ground into the dirt by UGA's offense. I think OU goes into the half with a small lead, but UGA's offense keeps OU's defense on the field for a lot more time than vice versa an they eventually take over in the 2nd half and out OU away. I've noticed that fast scoring teams usually fade to teams that can match their quick scoring drives with long time consuming scoring drives. UGA is a deeper team and that also plays into that.

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    Re: UGA vs OU

    Like I've said (and I have good experience from it from watching the Falcons last year), your biggest enemy is yourself vs high tempo spread offenses. You won't completely shut them down, but where you get yourself in real trouble is when you are getting killer penalties or turning it over... On the flip side, what can get them out of rhythm and really help you is ball control and slowing it down offensively.

    The Falcons aren't as good this year, but it's been sickening at times watching them be taken advantage of time and time again with slow tempo and just not getting off of the field on 3rd down. It's an effective strategy I believe against this offense...

    Georgia can do what Ohio State and Texas did defensively vs Oklahoma and hold them to 28-30 points, and hopefully not have a dud game offensively.
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    Re: UGA vs OU

    Good observances from all of you......I am expecting Georgia at some point soon to score on a punt or kickoff return. They have been close to breaking one in the last few weeks.....

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    Re: UGA vs OU

    Quote Originally Posted by lbzdually View Post
    My take is that OU offense will have mild to moderate success against UGA's defense, while OU's defense will get ground into the dirt by UGA's offense. I think OU goes into the half with a small lead, but UGA's offense keeps OU's defense on the field for a lot more time than vice versa an they eventually take over in the 2nd half and out OU away. I've noticed that fast scoring teams usually fade to teams that can match their quick scoring drives with long time consuming scoring drives. UGA is a deeper team and that also plays into that.
    If this scenario plays out with Georgia's O line on OU's front seven......and the game is close in the 3rd quarter.....the 4th quarter could be the strongest for UGA to hopefully put the game away by wearing OU down....much like Alabama did to UGA in the 2012 SECCG.

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