If the offensive line continues the type of protection showcased in the first two games of the season, that goal just might be attainable. After two games, the Bulldogs have surrendered only one sack, and that came at the hands of Georgia Southern.
"They've done well," said Georgia head coach Mark Richt of the offensive line. "They're blocking better and they're picking up the blitz better. The backs have done a pretty good job of picking up the blitz, too. The run blocking is good as well."
All of those factors help the offensive line give David Greene and the other quarterbacks better protection in the pocket. But despite giving up just one sack to date, the offensive line isn't celebrating quite yet.
"I think we are getting better and improving each week," said sophomore guard Nick Jones. "But we still have a long way to go to be where we want to be. We are working hard each week to get there and we have a lot more challenges to come."