​Will Muschamp gave us a bit of insight into what he was thinking about ahead of South Carolina's upcoming SEC matchup against Georgia this Saturday. Clearly, nothing is on his mind more than stopping the Bulldogs' formidable offense.

In the article written by Jake Rili for Saturday Down South, Muschamp praises ​Georgia's offensive line, speed, quarterbacks, and running backs. Pretty much everything, then.​​ And why shouldn't this be the case? The No. 3 Bulldogs are as unstoppable as they come on the offensive end.


Georgia quarterbacks Jake Fromm and Justin Fields form one of the scariest quarterback duos in the nation. The two were a combined 19 of 24 and recorded four total touchdown passes in their 45-0 annihilation against Austin Peay.


Against Austin Peay, we got a taste of Georgia's speed that ​Muschamp referred to, with a flurry of players led by Demetris Robertson constantly attacking the defense.


Meanwhile, the offensive line looked as sturdy as ever, allowing Fromm and Fields to safely do whatever they wanted with the ball in their hands. A notable returner is Andrew Thomas, a reliable sophomore who transitioned from right to left tackle this season.


Muschamp has every reason to be rattled about trying to defend the Bulldogs' offense. We'll see if that leads to better preparation for the Gamecocks.