Posted October 17, 2013 on
ATHENS – Amarlo Herrera believes that Georgia's defense isn't nearly as bad as its numbers suggest.
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The #15 Georgia Bulldogs are looking for a bounce-back game this week following the team’s 41-26 defeat at the hands of the Missouri Tigers, and may very well be in luck, as the Bulldogs travel to Nashville to take on the Vanderbilt Commodores at 12:00 p.m. in a game that will be televised by CBS.
The Commodores are currently 3-3 on the season and will be looking to upset Georgia...
Back in the spring David Richt, the second-oldest son of Georgia head football coach Mark Richt, unleashed upon an unsuspecting word the video for his would-be Bulldog anthem "Dawg Bite." In case you've forgotten, here's a reminder of it's, uh - greatness.
The younger Richt recently discussed the video and the less-than-enthusiastic reaction to it.
Georgia had flirted with disaster for weeks prior to dropping a game against Missouri last week.
On Saturday the No. 15 ranked Bulldogs (4-2) will hit the road to play against the Vanderbilt Commodores. (3-3)
Coverage of the game between Georgia and Vanderbilt will air on CBS beginning at 12:00 pm ET from Vanderbilt Stadium in Nashville, TN.
The 3-3 'Dores are still looking for their first SEC victory of the season as they welcome the Georgia Bulldogs to Nashville on Saturday. After a lay down effort in the first half against Missouri last time out, James Franklin has presumably used the bye week to get players healthy and work on the slew of issues which we obvious in the Tigers game.