Doug Mouton / Northshore Bureau Chief
ATHENS, Ga. -- We heard a lot in the last few days from Georgia players about not just LSU's talent, but their depth of talent at positions like defensive back and running back, and especially along the offensive line.
Georgia offensive lineman say they have never seen waves of highly talented players like the kind that LSU will throw at them Saturday.
Georgia guard Chris Burnette said studying film, he sees four different Tigers who line opposite his spot.
It creates a great challenge for the Georgia offense. They're ranked third in the SEC, but no SEC has teamed has scored more than one offensive touchdown against LSU.
'They have a lot of talent. They're big, athletic, and they really play hard every snap. Ones and two, I think they're the one of the best in the country, and we have a great challenge for us this week,' said Georgia senior center Ben Jones.
'It's real impressive, just the fact they not only have a great starting defensive line, but they also just have a lot of guys that they can rotate in, and pretty much there's no drop off,' Burnette said.
The SEC Championship Game will be airing Saturday at 3 p.m. on Channel 4.