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Coming off the edge, the Georgia passrusher forced a critical early A.J. McCarron turnover in the SEC title game.
Jarvis Jones is so difficult to scheme for because Georgia puts him all over the line, and no matter where he is, he beats blockers with his tremendous combination of strength and speed.
Alabama might have one of the beefiest and most talented offensive lines in college football, but that doesn't really matter against a player of Jones' caliber. You're going to have to hold, double team him or both, and even then he might still find a way to get to the quarterback.
A.J. McCarron learned that the hard way in the first quarter of the SEC Championship, with Jones coming off the edge, beating the first blocker and working around the running back help to force a fumble that was recovered by Christian Robinson.
Jarvis Jones is good at football. But you don't need me to tell you that. Let's let other people say it.
There goes Jarvis Jones being Jarvis Jones again.— Tom Fornelli (@TomFornelli) December 1, 2012
Jarvis Jones, still terrifying.— Adam Kramer (@KegsnEggs) December 1, 2012
Jones beat 2 guys on that last play. Oof. Dude's a killer— Rick Muscles (@RickMuscles) December 1, 2012
That's 11.5 sacks now for Jarvis Jones despite missing 2 games, facing 2 option teams.— Stewart Mandel (@slmandel) December 1, 2012
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