Offense's success is multifaceted 

September, 23, 2012
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ATHENS, Ga. -- For Mike Bobo, explaining why Georgia’s offense is working is not a chicken-or-the-egg proposition.

Georgia’s offensive coordinator knows that his passing game would not function as well if his tailbacks and offensive line weren’t performing so successfully in the running game -- and vice versa -- so both facets of the offense working in concert is what has made the Bulldogs seem almost unstoppable in the last two games.

“I think it’s a combination of both,” Bobo said after Saturday night’s 48-3 win against Vanderbilt. “I think [quarterback Aaron] Murray’s doing a nice job of getting us in the right play and I think the line of scrimmage is a smart group that can recognize blitzes and stunts and get their hat placement right, and then we’ve got some talented backs that are breaking tackles and moving the pile.”

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