Georgia may have a perfect record, but it isn’t completely perfect. Like all teams, there are things that the Bulldogs could do better to take their play to yet another level.

And for opponents, they want to target any possible weakness that Georgia may have, because that could be the key to knocking off the Bulldogs. So, what is Georgia’s soft spot?

Mike Griffith of DawgNation believes he knows the answer: the secondary. He discussed how the Bulldogs could be better in pass coverage during an appearance on “McElroy and Cubelic in the Morning” on WJOX 94.5 FM on Friday.

“Well somebody’s got to get to the secondary, because you know and I know and everybody knows that that’s where you get Georgia,” Griffith said on the show. “I mean, what, 4 pass interferences against Clemson, I think. South Carolina — I’m going to say this slowly — South Carolina had 4 pass plays over 35 yards on Georgia in Sanford Stadium. South Carolina did that. Alabama fans are salivating hearing that news.

“If you can get to this secondary, which Tennessee might get to, can Florida get to? If you can get to this secondary — cause right now, the best team that Georgia has faced is Auburn. And if we’re being honest — and Bo Nix, I thought, is a good quarterback — that’s the best team they’ve played so far.”

So far, the Bulldogs have still shut down opposing passing attacks, ranking second in the nation with 144.9 yards allowed through the air per game. But they have given up some big plays, which could turn into a larger issue down the stretch if left uncorrected.

For now, Georgia continues to roll. And it will look to keep doing so when it takes on Florida in Jacksonville on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET on CBS.