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Bulldogs getting offensive

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November 11, 2007

Athens -- The Georgia offense has been on a historic pace the past few weeks, becoming the first Bulldog team to score 40-plus points in three-straight games since the national championship season in 1942.

The Dogs scored 28-unanswered points to turn a three-point deficit against Auburn into a 45-20 rout.

Knowshon Moreno has scored eleven touchdowns on the season, the most since Robert Edwards found the endzone 12-times in 1997.

Thomas Brown rushed for 81-yards in his return from injury Saturday, and says the offense is starting to pop.

"We have play-makers making plays," says Brown. "That's the kind of thing we've been missing around here over the years, is guys stepping and making plays. We've always had the talent, now we're just putting it to it."

Receiver Sean Bailey adds, "Each week we've been producing, and I think we build a little more confidence every week. By no means have we arrived or gotten to the point we want to be, but we're steadily getting better."

Georgia hosts Kentucky Saturday at 12:30 pm.

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