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By the time Georgia was done demolishing Hawaii in the Sugar Bowl, it was apparent the Bulldogs were well on their way to being No. 1 -- to start the 2008 college football season.
The burden of lofty expectations has been building in Athens since Georgia's Sugar Bowl win. Good thing for the Dawgs that Mark Richt has some experience dealing with these expectations.
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James Howard and Georgia gave Colt Brennan and Hawaii an indoctrination into defense -- the SEC variety -- in their 41-10 sacking of the Warriors.
There was no repeat of the Boise State Miracle. The Georgia Bulldogs were simply too big, too fast and too strong for the team from paradise.
ESPN.com's Chris Low provides instant analysis from the 2008 Sugar Bowl game.
Georgia and USC treated audiences to a re-enactment of college football's pre-BCS days. The two best teams playing on the sport's national holiday looked like national champions.
From Hawaii Knowing its competition to a QB not losing his lunch to the difficulties of multitasking, the Sugar Bowl notebook has the latest from New Orleans.
Once known for his stoicism on the sidelines, Georgia coach Mark Richt has loosened up quite a bit this season, writes Mark Schlabach.
One year after Boise State's Fiesta Bowl win, Hawaii won't surprise Georgia. But plenty of people still have confidence that the Warriors can contribute another WACky result in the Sugar Bowl.
Colt Brennan gets all the headlines, but the Hawaii quarterback readily admits that his talented receiving corps makes him look good, writes Chad Nielsen.
After suffering through some early growing pains, the youthful Georgia offense sparked the Bulldogs' late-season run.