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Film review of Clemson game

From criticisms to praise, Dean Legge reviews how Georgia performed after looking at the film of Saturday's game.

Criticisms Both DJ Shockley and David Greene have been catching the ball with one hand in the shotgun formation. This may be a little picky, but getting two hands on that ball is always better than one. Both are talented and athletic, but in a clutch situation securing the ball with two hands is more sound football. Worst Play DJ Shockley nearly single-handedly got Clemson back into the game...

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