2. Stop Tajh Boyd
It goes without saying the Bulldogs need to be able to limit Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd.
Boyd is already an early Heisman favorite, having thrown for 3,896 yards and 36 touchdowns last year. Boyd threw for for 346 yards against LSU in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl.
What also makes him dangerous is he can use his legs. UGA linebackers must understand that and not play out of position.
The one solace Georgia fans can take is that outside of LSU, Boyd struggled passing the ball against Auburn and South Carolina last year, totalling total 391 yards. While the secondary wasn't a strong suit of either team, Boyd did struggle against those two SEC defenses.