"We've got a couple more days to prepare," said Georgia coach Mark Richt. "It certainly helps to have a mobile quarterback like D.J. (Shockley). You want to have a quarterback who can run out of trouble, but he doesn't have to be a hero on every play. D.J. has done a nice job for us this year."
Richt indicated the Bulldogs will be practicing the next couple of days before heading to Atlanta for the game against 20th-ranked Ga. Tech (7-3).
Saturday's contest will kickoff at 8 p.m. and be televised by ABC.