Pressuring Greene is difficult because he has the awareness to sense pressure and unload the ball before he can be sacked.
''They do a really good job protecting him,'' Fulmer said of the Bulldogs. ''And he does a good job throwing the ball on time.''
Making Greene even more effective is the presence of two star-quality receivers, Fred Gibson and Reggie Brown. Putting two seniors of their ilk against Tennessee's youthful secondary is downright scary. As Fulmer noted: ''That's not a matchup you want to have.''
Georgia's passing game wouldn't be nearly as effective, however, if it didn't have the support of a potent ground game. Kregg Lumpkin was hurt in preseason, then backup Danny Ware got hurt in Game 2. Ware returned last week, however, to rush for 109 yards as Georgia trounced LSU 45-16.
''Lumking gets hurt,'' Fulmer said, ''then this guy (Ware) comes in and does even better. He's a big guy that can run. He's always falling forward, he can break a tackle, he can outrun you. We have seen some backs this fall, and he's as good as any of them.''