With the way the Tennessee offensive line has been talked about so far this season, it’s easy to classify them as an unstoppable force.

Conversely, the Georgia defensive line has done its best job to be an immovable object, with the Bulldogs giving up just 116 yards in the first two games of the season. That’s tops in the SEC through two games.

So what happens when an unstoppable force meets and immovable object? Physics tells us the answer is the total annihilation of both sides.

“We have an experienced defensive line. I think they played hard, played physical, and that is what we want to do,” Smart said. “(Tennessee has) A combination of really good backs, experienced quarterback and a very experienced offensive line, this is by far the biggest test.”

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