After three less than inspiring efforts, the Georgia Bulldogs defense came out Saturday with a point to prove, and the result was a dominant victory.
After an injury-plagued 2011 season, Marietta, Ga., quarterback prospect Anthony Jennings has everything but recognition.
Josh Dawson committed to Vanderbilt last June, but he's taking officials this month to schools including Georgia, and says that every school coming at him right now has a chance.
Georgia's special teams nearly cost the Bulldogs against Vanderbilt, and continued lapses will not bode well against the Gators.
Georgia didn't exactly look like the cream of the SEC crop by allowing Vanderbilt to hang around, but it still got another win to keep pace in the East.
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Georgia's fifth consecutive win was a lot more dramatic than it needed to be due to mistakes on special teams and with trick plays.
Georgia's offense is well aware of Vanderbilt's heady stats in taking advantage of turnovers, and patience is the game plan for Aaron Murray and Co.
Injuries have sidelined several Georgia receivers, but the players stepping in don't expect a drop-off.
Vanderbilt is 3-0 at home and has a good secondary, so Aaron Murray and the Dawgs will look to soften up the Commodores with plenty of Isaiah Crowell.