Found March 27, 2013 on The Lady Sportswriter:
One word comes immediately to mind when I think about the 2013 Georgia Bulldogs’ defensive unit: HUNGRY. So much discussion is being had about the loss of big-name guys like Jarvis Jones, Bacarri Rambo, and Alec Ogletree, that most people are expecting the Dawgs’ defense to fall hard on their collective arse in 2013. After all,  the schedule is harder, the teams around them are improving, the line has lost a lot of talent in Kwame Geathers and John Jenkins, and it’s hardly clear if any of these guys will know what they’re doing once the ball is snapped “‘Tween The Hedges”. Bearing all of that in mind, however, what no one is talking about is how all that darned “they can’t duplicate last season” chatter is effecting the approach this group of guys has coming into this spring and heading into the summer—when the rest of the 2013 class is set to arrive. Wilson speaks in the video (below) about how impressive Tray Matthews has been so far; he falls just an adjective shy of calling him ...
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