The second Georgia enters Williams Brice Stadium there will be nothing but white towels waving and sandstorm playing.
The hostile environment is known for being rowdy and it will be up to the Bulldogs to let the crowd noise play as little of a role as possible.
“It’s a factor if you let it be one,” Richard LeCounte said. “Being certain of your signals, everybody being on the same page, getting signals from the staff on the sideline. That’s always going to be important. Communication is always something for us to improve on. Always talking. Being the last line of defense, you can never do too much talking as a defensive back.’’
As long as Georgia can communicate properly and block out the atmosphere then it should put them in a great position to keep its composure. It can not be understated how important it is to keep your cool when on the road.
Fortunately the Bulldogs are in good hands with sophomore Richard LeCounte. Although he is one of the newer starters on defense, he got valuable playing time last season in multiple true road games.
“I went to all the away games,” LeCounte said. “Notre Dame, Vanderbilt, places like that where theres a lot of noise. Its nothing I haven’t ever seen before.”