ATHENS, Ga. (AP) - Tavarres King will be snapping a few pictures when he trots onto Faurot Field.
He always does before he plays in a stadium for the first time.
"I love going to new places," the Georgia receiver said Tuesday. "I love looking at new things."
This is certainly new.
The seventh-ranked Bulldogs (1-0) are the opponent for Missouri's first Southeastern Conference game, a difficult task given the significance of Saturday night's contest in the Show Me State. There will be a raucous, sellout crowd cheering on the Tigers (1-0), hoping they prove themselves a worthy addition to the country's best football league.
Georgia can appreciate what this means to the other team but couldn't care less. The Bulldogs won the SEC East a year ago despite an 0-2 start, and they certainly have the talent to get into the national championship mix this season.
Let Missouri win its first SEC game another time. Georgia is focused on its own lofty goals.
"It's a business trip for us," Kin...