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Monday, October 13, 2008

Boling Honored, Gametime Decision Delayed

From UGA Athletics:

University of Georgia sophomore Clint Boling has been named the Southeastern Conference Offensive Lineman of the Week, according to an announcement by the league office on Monday.

Boling, a 6-5, 286-pound native of Alpharetta, Ga., helped pave the way for 458 yards of total offense during No. 10 Georgia s 26-14 win over Tennessee. This marked the fourth time that the Bulldog offensive line has recorded at least 450 yards in a game in 2008.

After starting the game at right guard, Boling was forced to move over to left tackle after junior starter Vince Vance went down with a season-ending knee injury. Georgia s offensive line allowed no sacks of Matthew Stafford and gave the junior quarterback time to complete career highs in both pass completions (25) and yards (310).

The Bulldogs lead the league in both total offense (430.3 yards/game) and passing offense (271.2 yards/game). Through six games, Georgia has been forced to start three different combinations on the line with Boling starting at two different spots (right tackle, right guard).

And in other news...

CBS has elected to use a six day option for SEC games on October 25. The games being held in the six day selection process are Alabama at Tennessee and Georgia at LSU. CBS will select one of these two games for a 3:30 telecast, with the other game being televised by ESPN at 7:45.

1 comment:

brett said...

We seriously cannot afford another injury on offensive line or we might be seeing AJ Harmon playing o-line. Is AJ red shirting this year? As big as he is I thought they would give him a shot this year with all the injuries we have had. I think ESPN will def choose us if LSU and Georgia win and Tennessee looses, but I dont know if thats a good idea, Georgia is what 25-24 on ESPN and that gives the rowdy cajuns more time to drink ha, LSU is a tough environment at night.