UGA knows it must start faster on offense

ATHENS, Ga. -- The final score does not fully tell the tale, but those who watched Georgia start slowly before pulling away for a 37-10 win against Ole Miss on Saturday -- following sluggish offensive starts in the Bulldogs' previous three games -- can detect a trend.

If the sixth-ranked Bulldogs (8-1, 6-1 SEC) can't find a way to start games with more efficiency, they realize it very well might come back to bite them at some point.

"Playing better teams, playing Alabama or playing whoever else, I don't really think we can start off that slow," said Georgia cornerback Damian Swann, who recovered two fumbles against Ole Miss. "We need to start off first snap in order to give ourselves a chance to win."

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