- David Ching, SEC reporter
ATHENS, Ga. -- The time might come where Georgia's coaching staff grows comfortable with the capabilities of the Bulldogs' offensive line, but that regrouping bunch is having a difficult time this spring.
Then again, even the most veteran offensive lines might experience problems trying to block a defensive line that could be considered among the nation's best.
"I always try to tell the guys we've got all the talent in the world," rising senior defensive end Abry Jones said. "Every time we go out to practice, I tell them we should shoot to be the best defensive line not only in the SEC but in the country."
Georgia's stingy defensive line of 2011 shows no signs of slowing in 2012, as leaders John Jenkins and Kwame Geathers guide the group into being one of the best in the nation.