ATHENS, Ga. -- Georgia and LSU are similarly productive on offense, but they take vastly different routes in generating that production.
LSU's offense essentially moves in a straight line, with the No. 1 Tigers (12-0) riding a punishing ground game that wears down opponents through the course of four quarters.
"Their goal is not to trick anybody," said Georgia coach Mark Richt, whose team will face the Tigers this weekend in the SEC championship game. "Their goal is to line up and ...
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