Georgia and Clemson played a classic game Saturday and the Tigers came out on top. But the most surprising thing was how much the Georgia offensive line struggled.
While most knew Georgia's young defense would make mistakes against Clemson, most thought the offensive line would be the strongest part of the team.
However, they weren't as quarterback Aaron Murray was sacked four times. The line was responsible for five penalties for 40 yards, including three holding calls.
Everyone will point to the botched field goal as what doomed the Bulldogs, but the offensive line shares some of the blame.
They do get a little credit since the Bulldogs had 545 yards of total offense. But there were too many mistakes for a line full of veterans.