UGA midseason report card: DL 

October, 12, 2012
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Editor’s note: Georgia’s football season is at the halfway mark, and the Bulldogs will take this weekend off before resuming SEC play next Saturday at Kentucky. We'll take a look at a different position group each day this week and evaluate how it performed in the first half of the season in our DawgNation midseason report cards.

ATHENS, Ga. -- Viewed in the preseason as one of the team’s biggest strengths, Georgia’s defensive line was something of a disappointment in the first half of the season.

The seven regulars have sometimes failed to control the line of scrimmage and have not provided the improved pass rush that many expected when Cornelius Washington and Ray Drew shifted from outside linebacker to defensive end -- at least part time -- in the offseason. The entire group has accounted for just seven tackles for a loss and half a sack in the first six games of the season.

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