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Social media shuts down on Georgia football offense after Arkansas halftime

It’s hard to have a worse start to the season than Georgia did in the first half.

At the end of the first quarter, the Bulldogs had more penalty yards than offensive yards. The Bulldogs played more quarterbacks, starting with D’Wan Mathis and then Stetson Bennett in the second quarter.

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Mathis was 6 of 14 for 37 yards, an interception and a snap that took the Bulldogs out of range. Bennett went 9 of 14 for 92 yards. Georgia also ran for only 48 yards in the first half. By contrast, the Bulldogs had 1

1 first-half penalties for 98 yards.

Bennett showed some progress to finish time, running a two-minute drill to get Georgia a Jack Podlesny field basket to make the score 7-5. The Bulldogs gained 59 yards on the final time drive.

Almost everyone was disappointed with Georgia’s crime and all parties involved.

The Bulldogs played mostly stellar defense, with the exception of a touchdown drive in the first quarter. The Bulldogs forced a safety against the Razorbacks and Richard LeCounte had an interception from Arkansas quarterback Feleipe Franks.

But much of the first half focused on offense, which went 1 for 12 on the third down. The Bulldogs made six drives in Arkansas Territory and came out with 3 points. This is also against an Arkansas team that has a new manager at Sam Pittman and a team that had the worst defense in the SEC last season.

This is the first game for Georgia’s new offensive coordinator Todd Monken and it was truly one to forget. Georgia will look to change things in the second half against the Razorbacks. The game can be seen on the SEC network.

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