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The O-Line Lacked Consistency

The O-Line Lacked Consistency

CLEMSON, S.C. - In a 38-35 loss where Georgia logged more rushing and passing yards than Clemson, the Dawgs' offensive line just wasn't consistent enough.

Georgia rushed for 222 yards and passed for 323 in Saturday night's game, but those stats couldn't beat Clemson. Junior offensive tackle Kolton Houston made his career debut in the game and found out almost immediately where he and his fellow linemen must improve. "There were definitely a lot of positives from this game," Houston said. "We moved the ball really good, but we weren't able to put...

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