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This season isn’t going exactly as originally expected for the Georgia Bulldogs. The team opened the season with national championship aspirations, but after dropping its second straight game this weekend, this time to Vanderbilt, Georgia finds itself 4-3 on the season and unranked in both the AP and USA Today Coaches’ Poll.
But despite the obvious disappointment with the recent results, head coach Mark Richt is keeping his head up and maintaining a positive attitude. His team is now essentially three games behind Missouri in the SEC East standings (2 games + Mizzou has the tiebreaker), but Richt believes there is still a chance, and his team is going to keep fighting:
“Mathematically, it’s not over. I’m going to fight until it’s over & the coaches and players feel the same way.” – Richt on SEC East title
— Georgia Bulldogs (@UGAAthletics) October 20, 2013
Obviously it’s a long shot, but it’s good to see that Richt and the Bulldogs aren’t going to throw in the towel on the season
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ATHENS - Georgia coach Mark Richt talked with the media on Sunday.
Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray has already endured his share of highs and lows this season.
Two landmark victories over South Carolina and LSU.
A pair of heartbreaking losses to Clemson and Missouri.
Back in September, becoming the SEC's all-time leader in passing yardage.
And on Saturday, the Bulldog extraordinaire became the SEC's all-time leader in total offense...
The Georgia Bulldogs encountered what was arguably one of its worst losses in the Mark Richt era on Saturday, blowing a thirteen-point lead late in the third quarter and losing 31-27 to the “mighty” Vanderbilt Commodores, leaving the Bulldogs with a dismal 4-3 record and a great deal of questions surrounding the remainder of the year.
Once again, two recurring issues cost the...
First, the injuries started mounting up for the Georgia Bulldogs. Now the losses are too along with any hopes of getting back to Atlanta for a second straight season.
At least the Bulldogs have a much-needed break in the schedule to rest up before the annual showdown against Florida.
''This is a much needed open date, we got to figure this out,'' quarterback Aaron...
Georgia freshman cornerback Shaq Wiggins may have just made the play of the game for the Bulldogs against Vanderbilt. With his team already trailing 14-10 on the road, Wiggins jumped a screen route perfectly and took the ball back 39 yards for the Bulldogs’ second touchdown of the afternoon. Wiggins apparently was not fooled by the Commodores’ unorthodox formation:
The Georgia Bulldogs opened the 2013 season with three opponents ranked in the Top 8 in the first four weeks, and when they survived September and raced out to a 4-1 record we thought they were well on their way to the SEC East crown. Who knew their October run through the division was the real gauntlet on this schedule?
A week after falling at home to Missouri the Bulldogs traveled...
I’m not going to recap any part of the game this past Saturday because, if you saw it, you know what happened. However, you don’t need to watch every second, of every Georgia Bulldog football game, to be asking this…Read more →
The Georgia Bulldogs' Ray Drew was ejected for targeting on what looks like a soft hit on Vanderbilt quarterback Austyn Carta-Samuels.
Georgia had flirted with disaster for weeks prior to dropping a game against Missouri last week.
On Saturday the No. 15 ranked Bulldogs (4-2) will hit the road to play against the Vanderbilt Commodores. (3-3)
Coverage of the game between Georgia and Vanderbilt will air on CBS beginning at 12:00 pm ET from Vanderbilt Stadium in Nashville, TN.
Brendan Douglas looked physically abused after Georgia’s loss to Vanderbilt.
After their upset victory over the Georgia Bulldogs, Vanderbilt's football team celebrated like wild in the locker room. Vandy is building something special.
Credit to Vandy for executing a flawless fake FG run to go up 14-10 against the 15th ranked Georgia Bulldogs.
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