Georgia currently ranks dead last in college football in terms of pass rush, as the Dawgs have only recorded one sack this season.
On the contrary, UGA ranks 19th in the nation in passing yards allowed per game (157) and 6th in yards per attempt (4.8).
In Georgia’s three game this season, opposing quarterbacks have made a point of getting the ball out quickly, resulting in quick, intermediate passes.
This leaves almost no time for Georgia pass rushers to get to the quarterback, which does not worry senior defensive lineman Jonathan Ledbetter.
Though the defensive line may not be getting sacks, they are still impacting the game, as mentioned by Ledbetter in his interview with WSB Bulldogs.