Sep 28, 2013; Athens, GA, USA; A Georgia Bulldogs fan cheers before the game against the LSU Tigers at Sanford Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Daniel Shirey-USA TODAY Sports

UGA Game Week: Everything you need to know for Georgia vs. Clemson

Saturday is opening week for the Georgia football team, and we’ve been keeping you up to date on all the happenings for UGA vs. Clemson this week.

But, if you missed any of it, never fear UGA faithful. We’ll provide you with links to everything we’ve published in regards to the game, so you can be ready to cheer on the Dawgs for victory number one of the season.

Earlier in the summer, we did a breakdown of the Clemson Tigers, and how their team has changed over the past season.

Here are some key questions about the Bulldogs we answered as the game against Clemson got closer.

Brad Hodnett gave us an update on Clemson’s injuries, and on their suspensions as well.

If you missed this one, some Clemson fan sites decided to have a little fun, and gave the Bulldogs and Todd Gurley a little bulletin board material.

Mark Richt released the team’s depth chart for the Clemson game, although as always with these paper charts, things can look different once the team takes the field.

We then got an injury update on a couple of key Georgia wide receivers.

Sravanthi Meka gave a great look back at the Georgia-Clemson rivalry, and some of its finer moments in the past, and then showed us a wonderful tribute the team is planning for the late Dan Magill.

Finally, here is your game preview, prediction and TV/Radio info, to wrap it all up with a big red Bulldogs bow.

That should be plenty to get you ready for a huge opening week game. And don’t forget, we’ll be doing a live thread during the game, for those of us not lucky enough to score tickets.

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