The Ole Miss team that faces Georgia Saturday afternoon in Sanford Stadium bears little resemblance to the squad that the Bulldogs struggled to beat 14-9 in 2006.
These Rebels can pass the ball, too.
That wasn't the case last year, when former quarterback
Brent Schaeffer only attempted 15 passes, completing 6 for a mere 87 yards, leaving the bulk of the offensive work to talented tailback
BenJarvus Green-Ellis, who rushed 24 times for 135 yards.
Seth Adams almost accounted for Schaeffer's numbers with one pass when he hooked up with
Mike Wallace for a 77-yard touchdown last week against Florida.
"They've changed their offensively philosophy to a degree," Georgia coach
Mark Richt said. "Seth Adams is playing beautifully; he is the key to their success, in my opinion.
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