3. Get the Running Game Going
The Bulldogs have to get Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall going. Georgia is a running team and the pair are key to any win.
Clemson allowed 160.7 rushing yards per game last year which is something the Bulldogs will be able to exploit.
The Tigers return five of their front seven to the starting lineup, which should bode well for the Bulldogs. While each of those players has one more year of experience under their belt, so do Gurley and Marshall.
A combined 200-to-250-yard effort on the day should be enough to do the trick.