"It's too early to tell," the Arkansas defensive coordinator said. "I think we fit the gaps better. But you can't tell about our first game. This game will be the barometer. This game will be the bench mark for us.
"We are healthy and we know (the Georgia scheme). Now it's about seeing if our kids can go execute the plan."
Robinson said he may know more about this Arkansas defense after it faces some adversity, something it couldn't handle early last season.
"We have to play relentless for 60 minutes a game," he said. "We need to see what happens if we get punched in the mouth early. I want to see how we respond. I want to see who says ouch first."
Linebacker Jerry Franklin understood those words all too well.
"He's talking about what happened at the start of the SEC season last year," Franklin said. "We played Alabama. They hit us in the mouth. They hit us with big plays. We didn't respond too well.
"I think we are a whole lot better on defense than we were then. But we know Georgia is going to come after us. They are going to line up with two backs and try to run right at us. They are going to try play us physical. That's what there plan will be, to run hard right at us.
"They've got a good line and physical backs. They run hard. We have to gang tackle and get to the ball. We know Richard Samuel is a very good back. We have to gang tackle him."
Robinson said the Georgia attack will try to force the Hogs to load the box to stop the run. That isn't something he wants to do.
"You load the box, then they have one-on-one matchups with (wide receiver A. J.) Green," Robinson said. "And, they have other weapons, too."
Robinson mentioned wideouts Tavarres King and Michael Moore, along with tight end Aron White.
"With Green, you don't ever stop him," Robinson said. "We have to slow him down, though. We saw their passing game change a little bit to get the ball to those playmakers after the opener. They had the same running game, but they did some smart things to make it easier for their quarterback to get it to their playmakers, going to their quick game and more screens.
"So we know it's going to be quick and we have to tackle the catch. They did some very good things to help their passing game."
Arkansas cornerbacks Rudell Crim and Ramon Broadway both know they will get their turn against Green.
"We just have to go play," Broadway said. "We know what they have and we just have to go try to match it. We have to go play the game. That's all you can do, go play the game."
Crim said, "It's a great challenge. I've grown up close enough (to Georgia) to know all about their program. It's not far from there to my home in Tallahassee. You know people from there and players who have gone there. You know they will be very good.
"But it's what you want. It's what you prepare to do. It's the challenge you want as a player. I have a lot of family coming to this game. It's very big for me."
Crim and Franklin have heard team leader Malcolm Sheppard talk about playing against Georgia. Sheppard is from Bainsbridge, Ga.
"That's Shep's home boys," Franklin said. "He grew up with one of their linebackers. It's important to him, but it's big for all of us. This is a game we've worked hard to be ready for and we are excited about it."
Nose tackle Zach Stadther knows the atmosphere will be electric.
"Our stadium will be packed," Stadther said. "It's going to be on ESPN. We know our fans are going to be excited. We know it's a big game. It's a game that we have to win. We want to get started right.
"We know Georgia will be a very good team. They have a big, athletic offensive line. They have great backs. They have great wide receivers. They have a very good quarterback. They are a good SEC team. We know that."