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.
Jason Aldean loves the Bulldogs and has his memories of Sanford Stadium. Now, the native Georgian will play the first concert in the 84-year history of the stadium.
After Alabama's "Blackout" rout of Georgia in 2008 reversed the directions of both programs, the Bulldogs get a second chance. Now the roles have switched up.
In 2011, return coverage and play on special teams in general were at their worst in the Mark Richt era. Now, Richt and Co. plan to intensify their focus on improving on those issues.
Solid defense and sound starting pitching should be the No. 25 Bulldogs' biggest strengths, as they return eight starting position players to start 2012.
While Georgia might return up to 19 starters from this season's 10-4 squad, there are some unanswered questions on the offensive line that need addressing.
After two months on the bench with an ankle injury, Georgia's most dependable performer at running back returns in time for the Outback Bowl
Georgia defensive star Jarvis Jones is excited about his defense's evolution, and he thinks if all the draft-eligible starters -- including himself -- return for 2012, the Bulldogs will have the No. 1 D in the country.
When Malcolm Mitchell returned to practice this week following a three-game absence caused by a hamstring injury, he reminded everyone what he brings to Georgia's aerial attack.
Leading receiver Malcolm Mitchell is set to return against Auburn, and he's proud of the guys in his position group who stepped up in his absence.
Georgia defensive coordinator Todd Grantham says he will be prepared for all three Florida quarterbacks, not just returning starter John Brantley.
Florida starting quarterback John Brantley is slated to return against Georgia after missing the past two games with an injury.
Georgia hasn't had its full complement of defenders since fall practice, but they're all healthy and ready to go against Florida.
LB Alec Ogletree returns from injury to find his position group has gotten stronger and gained experience.
Georgia's fifth consecutive win ends with emotional postgame confrontation; Tennessee native Marlon Brown sparkles in return home.
Alec Ogeltree suffered a broken foot against Boise State in the season opener but should be fully ready for archrival Florida on Oct. 29.