Found September 06, 2013 on
The Georgia Bulldogs had a tough start to their 2013 season losing to Clemson last week. Now the No. 11 Bulldogs will host the No. 6 South Carolina Gamecocks at Sanford Stadium Saturday afternoon.
South Carolina is coming off a 27-10 against North Carolina and a win against Georgia would propel the Gamecocks to the soft part of their schedule which does not currently feature a ranked opponent until Florida on Nov. 16.
Coverage of Saturday’s game between South Carolina and Georgia will air on ESPN and WatchESPN beginning at 4:30 pm ET.
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The Georgia Bulldogs are 3.5 point favorites against the South Carolina Gamecocks. The over/under has ballooned to 53.5 total points after opening at 49.
South Carolina has dealt Georgia losses the last two seasons and will seek to do so again on Saturday. Can the Bulldogs rise up in a big game or will the Gamecocks again pr...
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Georgia and South Carolina have combined to win the last three SEC East titles, and Saturday’s game will play a key role in determining the...
The best Steve Spurrier face of the 2013 season, courtesy of the Georgia Bulldogs.
Video of two South Carolina coaches getting into a fight on the sidelines during the Gamecocks' game against the Georgia Bulldogs.
Tensions flew on the sidelines of the South Carolina – Georgia game after Georgia and some USC coaches started yelling at each other then fighting. They had to be physically separated. You can’t hear what they are saying but it doesn’t sound pleasant. I don’t even know what they were arguing about. They actually held Georgia to a 3 and out right before their altercation and...
Well, there's no question what the biggest game in the SEC (and perhaps college football) this week is - and it again involves the Georgia Bulldogs. Last week the Dawgs lost the Game Of The Week at Clemson 38-35, and this week they've got to pick themselves off the proverbial tarmac and play South Carolina, home of one of their most hated rivals, one Steve Spurrier. In other...
First the Georgia Bulldogs cheerleaders, then the players, mascot and coaches all enter Sanford Stadium to massive applause.
Gamecocks defensive star Jadeveon Clowney is already considered a superhero in the state of South Carolina. So it only makes sense that he’ll be repping an Under Armour Batman shirt beneath his jersey today. The school’s Twitter account just sent out a photo of Clowney’s locker ahead of the Gamecocks’ matchup with Georgia.
Time to get ready! #Gamecocks pic.twitter.com/NtCIcBBjRB...
If you haven’t yet gotten the message that the Georgia Bulldogs want to see their stadium as electric as Clemson’s was last Saturday and South Carolina’s is on just about any given weekend, then look no further than this team…Read more →
Georgia isn’t messing around today after as it tries to rebound from a week one loss to the Clemson Tigers. The Dawgs are taking on South Carolina, and have already showcased a little trickery even in the first quarter.
Mark Richt called a surprise onside kick following Georgia’s first touchdown of the game, and it worked to perfection:
South Carolina has to make sure this one...
The South Carolina Gamecocks will be wearing an all-white look with garnet and black accents when they take on the Georgia Bulldogs on Saturday.
Fans had to wait till the second game of the season, but it finally happened--South Carolina bad *ss Jadeveon Clowney sacked the quarterback.
Yeah, so it wasn't a bone crunching hit like the one he laid on that poor Michigan running back last season, but they can't all be like that.
The real question may be whether the team may need to shut...
ATHENS - The last time Georgia beat South Carolina, the Bulldogs' starting lineup included Vince Vance at left tackle, Marcus Dowtin at middle linebacker and Bryan Evans at safety.
Well, that was painful. For the last half decade South Carolina has garnered success on the football field by fielding a stout defense and a competent offense. That went out the window Saturday night. A Georgia offensive line that was abysmal last week played like road graders this week. When Todd Gurley wasn't running through or around the defense Aaron Murray was converting...