Dawgs beat Florida: Three Keys Revisited
Georgia Cheerleader
Dawg Post Reporter
Posted Oct 29, 2007

ATHENS - Josh Kendall reviews his three keys for Georgia's win over Florida.

Start fast

There’s no arguing with this one. The Bulldogs got a turnover on Florida’s first possession when Rod Battle forced a fumble and Asher Allen recovered, and they turned it into points on a Knowshon Moreno touchdown run. And then of course there was their subdued celebration after the Moreno score.

Tackle Tebow (and everybody else)

Georgia harassed Tebow like he hasn’t been in his entire career. The Bulldogs had six sacks on Saturday, more than the Gators had given up in the first seven games of the year. Tebow’s injured right shoulder played a role, but that’s not the reason the Bulldogs’ defensive linemen whipped Florida’s offensive linemen all day long.

Hold onto the ball

Georgia made one big mistake, a Matthew Stafford throw from the end zone that was returned 25 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter, but the Bulldogs survived it. Georgia erased that play by forcing two turnovers by the Gators, including a fumbled snap that sealed the victory.

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