Saturday, September 24, 2011
Ole Miss struggling up front
By Chris Low
Georgia leads Ole Miss 17-0 in the second quarter, and it's been a familiar story for the Rebels.
They haven't been able to consistently move the ball, and they haven't been able to block the Bulldogs.
Georgia came into the game with only one sack all season, but racked up two in the first quarter. Ole Miss quarterback Zack Stoudt has spent much of this game on the run, and when the Bulldogs haven't gotten to him, they've either hit him or forced him into errant throws.
Ole Miss has a lot of problems right now, but nothing has been more disappointing for the Rebels than the way their offensive line has played this season. The offensive line was supposed to be one of the strengths of this team, but is a big reason Ole Miss' offense has struggled so much.