Georgia has quickly improved after they played us.
Truthfully they were never bad to start with.
It's just tough to start the season with so many road games. They started off playing on the road at Stetson, then played at Furman, then got a home series--but against FSU--, then went on the West Coast for a tournament, and THEN started SEC play on the road at SCAR, playing 9 straight games away from Athens before playing LSU at home the next weekend.
Their coach got them ready fast. They just had some growing pains with doing that. Better than playing Holy Cross & Princeton if you ask me, but they don't have as big of an issue with losing home field revenue as LSU does.