Brent Venables saw the same thing last year that many others did when watching Georgia's offense.
The No. 5 Bulldogs, who play No. 5 Clemson on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in Charlotte, N.C., got rolling in 2020 when quarterback J.T. Daniels started the last four games. And that's given Clemson's defensive coordinator much to ponder over the summer.
"They've got a lot to their offense that they do really, really well," Venables said Monday. "We expect them to do what worked well for them last year. And there's a lot that did."
The Bulldogs have been known more for their rushing attack in recent seasons, producing NFL backs like Todd Gurley, Nick Chubb, Sony Michel and D'Andre Swift. This year is no different with the talents of Zamir White and James Cook to go with three other backs who all averaged over five yards per carry.