Georgia offensive line vs. Clemson defensive line

Legge breaks down the Georgia offensive line vs. the Clemson defensive front.

Georgia offensive line vs. Clemson defensive line

Simply put Georgia has one of the best offensive lines in the SEC, perhaps even in the country. Even though the Dawgs will be missing George Foster for the Clemson game due to his broken wrist, Georgia has a definite advantage over Clemson's defensive front. 

The Georgia line, which has the luxury of several returning starters, features All-American Jon Stinchcomb at strong tackle; the center position has been secured by Ian Knight; and Foster will be replaced by Kareem Marshall, another returning starter.

Stinchcomb commented that, "the returning offensive line should be a strength for us. There is a lot of experience there and we are going to have to draw from that if we want to be successful this season."

Clemson defensive tackle Nick Eason, who has started 23 games as a Tiger, has been cleared to play against Georgia after an irregular heart beat condition was cleared by the Clemson staff.

 Dean Legge has been covering Georgia football for over four years. He is the publisher for Dawg Post He can be reached here: dean@dawgpost.com

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