On Monday, Bulldogs’ senior tight end Charlie Woerner took a moment to discuss the upcoming in-state rivalry game with Georgia Tech.
On the defense affecting the way the offense plays:
“It’s awesome to have our defense as good as they are. It really takes a lot of pressure off us to always have to score every drive … They can win us games but also during the week, we’ve got to match their intensity every practice and help them out more. We need to put more points on the board as an offense to help them out.”
Woerner’s thoughts on where the offense needs to improve:
“We need to execute more, a little better in the red zone. When we get down to that red zone area, we’ve got to get touchdowns, not just field goals. (Rodrigo Blankenship) is a tremendous weapon for us but we need six points, not just three all the time.”
Does he talk Georgia football with his uncle and former Bulldog Scott Woerner?
“We talk about it, but nothing too much. We really don’t talk a whole lot of football. We kind of just talk about hunting and fishing and stuff.”