Sunday, September 25, 2011


– Sanders Commings, Brandon Boykin and Branden Smith were in the hip pocket of the Rebs receivers all afternoon. Ole Miss completed a few balls into zoned coverage, but when the DAWGS were locked up in man completions were hard to come by for the Rebels.

– Georgia’s stellar freshman continues to impress, setting career bests with 147 yards on 30 carries. Crowell has a “sudden-ness” about him that, combined with his vision, makes him a pleasure to watch.

MALCOLM MITCHELL – Mitchell has shown to be electric for the DAWGS so far this season and he did not disappoint Saturday in Oxford. The freshman from Valdosta plays beyond his years. Mitchell slyly created separation on his deep ball that would make you swear he was wearing number eight and had a different last name. Pair that effort with a couple of key catches that moved the chains for the DAWGS and you get a very productive three catches for 93 yards.


Dawgfan17 said...

Hopefully this Saturday the corner play with allow Georgia to commit the safeties to the run game. No state receiver has more than 10 catches on the season. If we can play tight man on the outside it should allow for 8 men in the box.

genxdawg said...

@Dawgfan17 Nice call. Making a team one dimensional is always the goal. With that said, Vicky Ballard is the real deal and it only takes one play for the speedy Chad Bumphis to hurt you.