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'Electric' James Cook could spark Georgia offense in SEC title game

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    DAWGHOUNDDAWGHOUND Posts: 23 ✭✭ Sophomore

    After watching last week's game against Georgia Tech I realized that Swift is not that fast , a strong power runner yes, but when cook got in the tempo speeded up he is quick. You can't keep running into a wall in the middle, either the offensive line has to open holes or run outside, sweeps. I keep saying RUN RUN RUN Coley is to timid in his play calling, get some imagination. Hopefully the defense will hang tough. GO DAWGS

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