WKU Week: Kendall's Three Keys

ATHENS - Josh Kendall's three keys to Georiga's game with Western Kentucky.

Stay out of trouble

This shouldn't be tough since the football team gets together on Friday afternoon before home games and travels out of town to spend the night before home games at a hotel.

Build some momentum

South Carolina is up next, and Georgia would love to have some of its questions answered favorably in time for its first road game.

Get behind Joe Tereshinski

A quarterback controversy won't do this team any good. Tereshinski needs to play well and his teammates, and the fans, need to embrace him as the starter.

One to watch

Cornerback Paul Oliver says he stopped counting his preseason interceptions at five, which means he stopped counting in the first week. The junior appears ready for a breakout season and could be the leader of a secondary that surprises people around the country with its play-making ability.

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