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Offensive line providing better protection so far


ATHENS – Inexperience is no longer an issue for the Bulldogs' offensive line. After allowing an SEC-high 47 sacks in the 2003 season, the youthful offensive line returned this season a little older, more experienced, and more focused.

Last season, Georgia's 47 allowed sacks cost them 336 yards of offense. But this season, the Bulldogs have set their sights on better protection. "Our goal this season is to allow only ten sacks," said Georgia junior guard Max Jean-Gilles. If the offensive line... Recommended Stories