Sometimes winning ugly says more about a team than winning pretty ever could.
In some divergent reality, there are excuses to be made for the Bulldog defense's performance against Tennessee. Until we find it, though, we have to face up to the fact that the Dawgs' defense just hasn't been all that great in 2012.
For the first time I can remember, I was a little proud to see Georgia fans leaving a game early. The Todd Grantham-James Franklin sideshow from a year ago had gotten talked about so much I was...
For a five-TD victory, Georgia's win over FAU doesn't seem to have gotten Bulldog Nation all that excited. Don't worry, Georgia fans, the Dawgs did just fine.
Welcome to the SEC, Missouri. Georgia's offense may have played "old man football" Saturday night, but the Bulldog defense showed that old man was packing heat.
Georgia hit the snooze button against Buffalo and won anyway. But with Mizzou on deck, the coaches have to bring naptime to an end.
No "Prayer on the Plains" this year, Dawg fans -- thanks to a rugged running game and a smothering defense, the Dawgs didn't need a prayer and the Tigers didn't have one.
In practical terms, Auburn is the last team standing between Georgia and a trip to the SEC title game. But in the grand scheme of things, the bigger obstacle for the Dawgs to overcome sits between their ears.
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