Kirby Smart and the No. 1 Georgia Bulldogs didn’t quite look like the best team in the country in a narrow 26-22 win over unranked Mizzou on Saturday night in Columbia.

So, did the Tigers manage to expose the Bulldogs in the game at Faurot Field?

Smart was asked that question in his postgame press conference. He said every game a team plays shows its weaknesses, and how you adjust is what matters (via 247Sports):

“Oh, every game is going to expose us,” Smart said. “We got exposed on defense the week before and we worked on things to help with that. It helped us. So they did some really good things tonight that I’m not so much as sure if exposed is the right word but they certainly did some things that guess what, we have to have some answers for and we have to get answers for them fast. It starts with getting some wide receivers healthy and being able to run the ball.”

Georgia faces rival Auburn in Sanford Stadium in Week 6. Will we see the Bulldogs we saw in Week 1? Or will potential flaws continue to be evident for the No. 1 team in the country? We’ll find out on Saturday afternoon.