ATLANTA – Georgia wrapped up its regular-season run on Saturday with a 31-17 victory over Georgia Tech, leaving players with a lot to say about a lot of things.
Linebacker Jarvis Jones talked about slowing down Georgia Tech’s triple-option offense. Tight end Orson Charles talked about his near-record day. And everyone talked a little about No. 1 LSU as the Bulldogs now shift gears to prepare for the undefeated Tigers in next week’s Southeastern Conference championship game just a few miles down the road.
Quarterback Aaron Murray on silencing Georgia Tech fans for another year and what he expects to see from LSU’s defense.
Jones on facing the triple-option offense and on LSU’s physicality.
Charles on his 95-yard game – 14 yards shy of his personal best – and on why he hates Florida more than Georgia Tech.
Offensive coordinator Mike Bobo breaks down the Bulldogs’ switch from passing to running and on getting the ball to the tight ends.