You just thought South Carolina's sloppy, pass-less play against Vanderbilt was the most hungover lookin' SEC East team showing up for 2012: Through two quarters, Todd Grantham's usually violent and effective defense has given up 243 total yards and 16 points to a very, very, very bad Buffalo team.
The Bulls have rolled up 147 yards on the ground, more than the average 101.21 allowed per game last season by Grantham's 3-4. Meanwhile, the combination of Keith Marshall, Todd Gurley and Ken Malcome have yielded 55 total yards (so maybe we miss you Isaiah!).
Because none of this math is far too reactionary: Buffalo was ranked 80th last year in total offense, is on pace for almost 500 total yards. Next week's UGA opponent, Missouri, ranked 12th nationally in 2012 and averaged 475 yards a game.
That shouldn't be too much of a problem - Aaron Murray's a decent 6-of-13 for 137 yards and a TD, and we all know how effectively a Mike Bobo offense can rely solely on a passing game OH GOD SOMETHING SMELLS LIKE AN EVERYBODY PANIC.
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