Monthly Archives: September 2012

Look Back to Tennessee and Ahead to South Carolina

The Dawgs survive and advance in a 51-44 win over Tennessee on Saturday afternoon.  I said in my early look that this had all of the look of a potential trap game with the looming showdown in Columbia East.  Due … Continue reading

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Tennessee Waltz – Tennessee Preview

Saturday’s renewal of the Georgia-Tennessee rivalry appears to set up as a battle of two powerful offenses with differing philosophies but will come down to which defense can impose its will on the opponent.  This game may feature the best … Continue reading

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Georgia-Tennessee – Highs and Lows

Last year, I put together a series of posts prior to each of the games against the “Big 3” rivals (Florida, Auburn & Georgia Tech), and we won each of those games.  Given the importance of the game against the … Continue reading

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Look Back to Vandy and Ahead to Tennessee

Ho hum.  Another game of 40+ points and 500+ yards of total offense.  Is this getting boring or what?  All kidding aside, but Georgia put together a great game in all three phases of the game en route to a … Continue reading

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Anchors Aweigh – Vandy Preview

Maybe the most anticipated Georgia-Vanderbilt game in the history of the series takes place on Saturday night when Todd Grantham and James Franklin renew their friendship between the hedges.  Vandy gave the Gamecocks a serious scare in Nashville on opening … Continue reading

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Look Back to FAU and Ahead to Vandy

Georgia runs its record to 3-0 with a 56-20 win last night over Florida Atlantic.  After sleepwalking through the first quarter on defense, the team turned up the intensity to score 42 unanswered points until a late pick 6 by FAU … Continue reading

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Peaceful, Easy Feeling – FAU Preview

The Bulldog Nation gets treated to a rare night home game against a non-conference opponent not named Georgia Tech when Florida Atlantic comes calling to pick up a $1 million check.  If Howard Schnellenberger were still FAU’s head coach, this … Continue reading

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