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Larry Fedora: Getting The Explosion Back

The world's most explosive offense was curtailed to being a fire cracker rather than a bomb last Saturday in Georgia's Sanford Stadium. It's almost as if the Cowboys were searched and security guards forced them to leave their explosive plays outside the 92,000-seat football expo.

Georgia didn't explode on offense either, using a rather simple game plan to control the clock and the scoreboard while keeping the OSU offense off the field most of the second half. It's not back to the drawing board for OSU offensive coordinator and his players but it is back to the meeting room and the practice field. "Most urgent is just our execution, going back to the basics and doing the...

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