Get after the quarterback. Georgia defensive coordinator Willie Martinez has been reluctant to blitz regularly, and Alabama's John Parker Wilson made the Bulldogs pay with quick passes on three-step drops. Tennessee's Nick Stephens has just one start under his belt, and Georgia's pass rush -- and blitz packages – should be able to take advantage of Stephens' lack of experience.
Control the line of scrimmage. This was Georgia's downfall against Alabama. The Crimson Tide were dominant in the trenches on both sides of the ball. Georgia's pass rush should be more effective against Tennessee's sluggish offense, however, but the Bulldogs' offensive line needs to prove it can open running lanes against one of the nation's most fearsome defenses. Knowshon Moreno has 10 rushing touchdowns this season, but Tennessee has allowed just one touchdown on the ground all year.