SEC honors Georgia OL Andrews

The offensive line may have been shuffled around Georgia sophomore center David Andrews on Saturday, but it certainly didn’t hurt his play.

Andrews was named the SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week on Monday, the first such honor for a Georgia player this season.

He graded out at 88 percent, registering six “dominator” blocks and three knockdowns in the 38-0 win.

Georgia amassed 497 total yards of offense and quarterback Aaron Murray was sacked once.

“I thought our line blocked extremely well,” Georgia coach Mark Richt said. “There were a few times here and there where they didn’t get the job done quite right, but for the most part, we ran the ball well, we blocked very well in the run game. It started with Murray getting in the right plays, but the guys executed well and the (pass protection) overall was good. Murray had time to throw the ball most of the time.”

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