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Georgia Bulldogs running back Zamir White returned for another season at UGA for moments like this. White and Georgia faced a short third down with a little over two minutes left in the game.
Kirby Smart, Todd Monken, and the Georgia coaching staff placed their trust in the hands of Zamir White. JT Daniels set a receiver in motion and then handed the football to Zamir White, who did the rest.
Zamir White met a pair of Clemson Tigers in the hole and got the better of both physical meetings:
White’s first down did not end the game for the Bulldogs. Georgia had to run for another first down. When it mattered the most Georgia was able to run on Clemson’s defense and run out the clock.
Zamir White finished the game with 13 carries for 74 yards. His stats are incredible, but it is tough running against an elite Clemson defensive front.
Georgia Bulldogs running back Zamir White (3) is stopped by Clemson Tigers defensive end Justin Mascoll (7) during the first quarter at Bank of America Stadium. Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports
Georgia has areas to improve running the football. The Dawgs need to get a little bit healthier along the offensive line. Additionally, Georgia must have a more vertical passing attack to help open up more holes in the run game. Things will be much easier for Zamir White, JT Daniels, and the Dawgs when they faced UAB at home next week.