Found March 20, 2013 on
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Jordan Jenkins is becoming a leader of the defense.
Jenkins, growing increasingly tired of hearing about all the starters Georgia lost on defense, says anybody who sleeps on the Bulldogs' "D" will be sorry.
“Whether anybody likes it or not, we’re coming with a swagger,” he said.
And he’s coming to wreak some serious havoc in opposing backfields, starting with that Aug. 31 trip to Clemson to open the season.
“You really need to get a minimum of 10 sacks at this position, and my goal is to get to Jarvis’ record and break it,” Jenkins said. “We’ve all got to have it rolling going into the season, and I cannot wait to get to Death Valley and get this season started.
“You’re going to see a whole new identity of Georgia football.”
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