Solomon Kindley – Georgia vs. LSU SEC Championship Post-practice Interview: Tuesday, December 3, 2019

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Solomon Kindley – Georgia vs. LSU SEC Championship Post-practice Interview: Tuesday, December 3, 2019

UGA offensive lineman Solomon Kindley, Georgia vs. Auburn, Saturday, November 16, 2019
UGA offensive lineman Solomon Kindley, Georgia vs. Auburn, Saturday, November 16, 2019

Offensive lineman Solomon Kindley took a few moments after Tuesday’s practice and fielded some questions from the media at Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall. The redshirt sophomore gave an analysis of the LSU defensive front and was asked whether or not Georgia is using anything from last year’s games versus the Tigers to help them prepare for Saturday’s SEC Championship game.

What do you see in regards to the LSU defensive front? What’s your analysis?

“Matter of fact—LSU they’re No. 1, No. 2 in the nation so you know they have a very good defense because they are ranked that high. They are very big on the inside and their backers in the past years are the ring leaders of the game—so they are very fast. They like to run the outside plays and stuff the middle—good pass-rushing overall.”

As a group, in preparation for the SEC Championship Game, is the offensive line using or taking away anything from last year’s game versus LSU?

“Yeah, we look back at every game and every point we have played. We look at the game film from last year and have some tips on that type of stuff. We take that game and see what we can work on and what we did wrong and typically teams that beat you at stuff like last year—they try to do it again. We go back to that game and look at the small stuff that was going on last year and try to fix those types of errors and hopefully, it will help us out this game.”

Kindley also talked about whether or not Georgia is holding back anything this Saturday since it is the title game.

“To be honest, that process of being like that for us since we lost to South Carolina. Week in and week out if lose a game we knew it was going to be over because of the type of position that Florida was in. Since that time we knew that it was win or go home. That is how our mindset—that is how it has been for five or six weeks straight, so it isn’t a different mindset.”

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