Owens and the Georgia defense held Western Carolina to only 201 total yards on offense and are No. 15 nationally (No. 2 in the league) in total defense through three games, allowing just 260.3 yards per game. Also, the Bulldogs have allowed only one touchdown in the second half during the 2007 season and are No. 17 in the nation (No. 3 in the league) in scoring defense allowing 15.3 points per game.
Owens named SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week
Owens, a 6-3, 298-pound native of Sunrise, Fla., led the interior of Georgia¹s defense during the Bulldogs¹ 45-16 win over Western Carolina. Starting his 15th game for the Bulldogs, Owens registered a career-high five total tackles (all solo) and two tackles for loss (-3 yards). In addition, Owens forced a fumble in the second quarter against the Catamounts.
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