The Florida Gators came into Saturday’s game with the Georgia Bulldogs knowing that they needed to win to stay in the lead for the SEC East championship. The team started off slowly on offense, but their defense carried them to victory in the game. The offense was limited in the first quarter as the game was tied at zero up until the last play of the quarter. That is when the Gators...
Georgia wide receiver Reggie Davis is on a bit of a rough streak. After dropping what would have been the game-tying touchdown late in the fourth quarter of the Tennessee game, the Bulldog's latest mistake gave Florida the first score of the game in Jacksonville on Saturday.
It’s one of the biggest SEC games of the season in a neutral zone close enough for fans from both Georgia and Florida to join in on the fun. The Gators and Bulldogs have a pretty intense rivalry that leads to very big games and plays that can make or break their reputation. Unfortunately for one Georgia Bulldog, he’ll have to redeem himself after his costly mistake allowed the...
Lost in the amazing comeback win against Georgia, Tennessee's defensive line played exceptionally well in the second half against the Bulldogs. The Vols only surrendered seven points in the second half and that score came on a 50-yard bomb to receiver Reggie Davis. One big reason for the turnaround - literally as well as figuratively - was the play of 6-foot-3, 344-pound freshman...
Georgia heads into their second SEC contest of the season as a big favorite, the Bulldogs are currently a 17.5-point favorite, however the Bulldogs understand their division rivals plan to give them all they can handle this weekend. “South Carolina, they always play us tough whether we’re over there or they’re at our place,” Georgia wide receiver Reggie Davis said to the...
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