Posted November 11, 2012 on
AUBURN - Mark Richt talks about Georgia's 38-0 win over Auburn.
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(Eds: Updates with quotes, details. With AP Photos.) By CHARLES ODUM AP Sports Writer Mark Richt was stunned.
During a break only minutes after Georgia scored its first touchdown early in Saturday night's game, Auburn fans suddenly cheered.
Richt said at first he didn't know what led to the roar from the home fans at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Then he realized the Auburn fans...
Nine games into this season and Mark Richt is still talking about potential.
He hasnt seen what he expected to by now:The complete game.
The overwhelming performance.
The dominating moment that heralded that fifth-ranked Georgia (8-1, 6-1 in the SEC) had finally arrived.
But despite their season-long inconsistencies, the Bulldogs are a victory over Auburn (2-7, 0-6) from returning...
The Georgia Bulldogs are in the process of putting a ferocious beatdown on the Auburn Tigers. It's not a unique occurrence on the Plains this season. Wide receiver Tavarres King's balletic grab in the end zone off a 17-yard bullet by Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray in the second quarter helped the 'Dawgs pop the top off that can of whoop-ass. On a day filled with incredible...
AUBURN - Tavarres King talks about Georgia's 38-0 win over Auburn.
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Be True to Your School.
Twenty-four former Texas A&M
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As if the first go round wasn’t enough, strike up the “Reuben Foster to Georgia” chatter yet again, now that it’s becoming even more likely that Auburn Tigers head coach Gene Chizik won’t be welcome on The Plains for much longer. The Georgia Bulldogs embarrassed the Tigers 38-0 this past Saturday, in a game that wasn’t even close to competitive–the Bulldogs started...
After Alabama had what ESPN calls an “epic fall”, the lone two SEC teams with any legitimate shot at the BCS Championship Game are the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Georgia Bulldogs–although it’s a long shot for both given their positions at No.’s 4 and 5 respectively. Georgia scored a 38-0 win over the hapless Auburn Tigers this weekend, on the road, while Alabama lost...