Found October 30, 2012 on
The Lady Sportswriter:
Apparently, the dismal first-half play of Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray has some concerned about whether or not he needs to start being yanked when things aren't clicking for him.
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The win over Florida was an emotionally charged moment of truth for this football team. They needed to prove to themselves, and quite a few others, that they were worthy of the pre-season hype they received from all the so-called experts in the field. However, let’s not forget that there are still games left to play, and wins left to secure, before the fate of this Bulldog team’s...
Covering Dixie Like Mildew - The SWRT roundup of SEC news.
Aaron Murray's struggles.
Georgia starting quarterback Aaron Murray discusses how he's handling recent on-the-field struggles. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
Georgia needs to make sure to "beware" of the the post Florida victory letdown as it faces an Ole Miss on Saturday...
ATHENS - Georgia QB Aaron Murray meets with reporters about the game with Ole Miss.
ATHENS – It’s not been an easy path for Aaron Murray since he arrived at Georgia, but he grew up a ton on Saturday.
ATLANTA -- When it comes to Georgia's consecutive wins against Florida, Mark Richt is more focused on the implications for this year's race in the Southeastern Conference than any historical significance.
In fact, the coach seemed surprised Sunday when asked what it meant that his Bulldogs had beaten the Gators in two straight years for the first time since 1988-89.
McMillan has made it clear that his in-state love for the Georgia Bulldogs won't play into his decision one bit—despite the influence of those around him.
After underperforming through much of the season, Georgia's defense rose at the right time with a dominant performance in last week's win over Florida.
The important 17-9 win over the previously undefeated Gators came after safety Shawn Williams said the defense had been playing soft.
It was a dramatic turnaround after the Bulldogs allowed at least 20 points in six of their...
Listen to Mark Richt talk about the Florida game, the upcoming contest with Ole Miss, and what he feels his teams chances are the rest of the way.
What could make Georgia head football coach happier than getting the monkey of not being able to beat Florida two years in a row since 1989 off his back? Hot chocolate, apparently.
Mark Richt's joy at seeing hot chocolate for his press conference appears to exceed the joy level after beating Florida.
— Seth Emerson (@SethEmerson) October 31, 2012
Given that the weather...
I know it’s so wrong to rub it in, especially when the Gators can still win the East with a Georgia loss, but I couldn’t resist creating this little photo after I saw Jordan Reed crying on the sidelines. Wrong? Probably. But, so was that little ad the Gators placed in the paper last week. All is fair in love and SEC fandom.
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Halloween was in the air Wednesday in Oxford, but the Rebels were preparing for another kind of trick or treat - Saturday's match with the number 6 Georgia Bulldogs in Athens.