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.
Georgia running backs Keith Marshall and Todd Gurley each had individual career highs while amassing a combined 294 yards and five touchdowns on 34 carries to help Georgia defeat Tennessee, 51-44, on Saturday.
The undefeated University of Georgia Bulldogs were able to squeak out a 51-44 victory over the Tennessee Volunteers with the help of linebacker Alec Ogletree and safety Bacarri Rambo, who both returned from four game suspensions on Saturday.
The Bulldogs are flying high at the moment — which, according to one of our previewers, is exactly the point at which everything traditionally goes wrong. Will Tennessee be the team to make that happen (again)?
Georgia Bulldogs linebacker Chase Vasser lost two games to a suspension, but he's making the most of his return. He picked up seven tackles and forced a fumble against Florida Atlantic and looks to keep things going against Tennessee.