After throwing for 29 yards in Georgia's win at South Carolina and for 346 yards in last Saturday's loss to Vanderbilt, true freshman quarterback Jacob Eason has been given more homework this week.
The Bulldogs, who are 4-3 overall and 2-3 in Southeastern Conference play, are off this weekend before traveling next week to face Florida in Jacksonville. Georgia has lost its last two meetings against the Gators by a combined 42 points.
"We've given him a list of about four or five things we want him to really work on and harp on," Bulldogs first-year head coach Kirby Smart said Wednesday on the weekly SEC teleconference. "The biggest thing is his communication to the group and making sure that everybody gets the call and understands what it's supposed to be.