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Texas A&M’s offense serves as a challenge for Georgia

For a unit that ranked 70th in the nation in points allowed per game, the Georgia football team’s defense will have its hands full trying to contain the high-powered offense of Texas A&M in the Advocare V100 Independence Bowl in Shreveport, La., Dec. 28.

The Aggies’ 15th-ranked offense, lead by dual-threat quarterback Jerrod Johnson, averaged nearly 34 points per game, and runs the type of system that has been a thorn in Georgia’s side on more than one occasion this year.