The return of Bacarri Rambo and Alec Ogletree didn't stop Georgia from giving up 44 points to Tennessee, but the duo did contribute to some big plays for the Bulldogs late.
No. 5 Georgia might be significant favorites over Tennessee, but the Vols have pulled their share of shockers over UGA in the Mark Richt era.
Despite missing warmups at the NFTC due to some bad GPS guidance, ESPN 150 CB Brendan Langley performed well enough to earn a coveted invite to The Opening.
Legendary Georgia broadcaster Larry Munson admitted he had no idea what a hobnail boot was in the moment he made the wildly popular call during Georgia's 2001 win at Tennessee.
Mark Richt is hardly a riverboat gambler, but an improved offensive plan allowed him to go for three fourth downs against Tennessee. The Dawgs converted them all.
A big win at Knoxville pushes Georgia to 4-2 and has the Bulldogs positioned well in the SEC East race.
Putting the clamps on Tennessee's high-powered passing attack actually started with a record-setting effort against the run.
Georgia benefits from an overturned call on a Tennessee touchdown and seizes momentum on the way to victory.
Orson Charles and Aron White are playmaking tight ends who have benefited greatly from Georgia's improved running game.
Georgia's defense has dramatically improved on third down. So has Tennessee's offense. Something have to give on Saturday.
Aaron Murray is making plenty of good throws, but his bad ones have proved costly for the Georgia Bulldogs.
Mark Richt is allowing his players to grow facial hair as long as they don't lose the turnover battle in any game.
Chase Vasser and Ray Dreww hope to make the most of the opportunity to play with the suspension of starting LB Cornelius Washington.
Georgia's pass defense figures to be busy against Tyler Bray and the Tennessee aerial attack.
The Bulldogs have come home from their past two trips to Knoxville with their tails tucked between their legs. They're eager to play well at Neyland Stadium for a change.