Georgia Bulldogs can’t look back at Mizzou, ahead to Florida…Arkansas will be plenty tough


The Georgia Bulldogs pulled off a big win at Missouri, beating the Tigers 34-0 without star running back Todd Gurley, and…

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UAB vs. Georgia Prediction, Odds, Trends and Key Players for College Football Week 4
UAB vs. Georgia Prediction, Odds, Trends and Key Players for College Football Week 4 /


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  • OK, that’s enough about that.

    The Georgia-Florida classic (aka – the Cocktail Party) is only a month away, and may help decide the SEC East, so…

    Yep, pretty much par for the course every year. Next?

    Georgia (5-1, 3-1 SEC) travels out west this week to face the Arkansas Razorbacks (3-3, 0-3 SEC) for the first time since 2010, and the game will be held in the not-so-neutral site of War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock, Ar.

    Now you’ve got my attention, and hopefully it has the attention of the Dawgs as well.

    Don’t let the Razorbacks 0-3 record in the SEC fool you. This is a good, physical football team, probably a country mile better than the Missouri team that Georgia just demolished, and the Bulldogs have a history of coming out a little bit flat the week after a big win.

    The three Arkansas SEC losses have come in the form of a 1-point loss to Alabama (a game they probably could have won had the officials not goofed on a clock run-off at the end of the game), an overtime loss to Texas A&M, and an opening week loss to Auburn on the road (the only one of those losses they really didn’t stay in).

    The Razorbacks have now lost 15 straight SEC games, and that’s a stat that shouldn’t escape the Georgia Bulldogs. They need to be sure that Georgia is number 16, and not number one in the opposite column.

    Sep 6, 2014; Fayetteville, AR, USA; Arkansas Razorbacks running back

    Alex Collins

    (3) rushes for a touchdown during the second quarter against the Nicholls State Colonels at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports

    Like Georgia, the Razorbacks are going to want to pound the ball — run, run, run and then run some more — and they’ve got the running backs to do it. RBs Alex Collins and Jonathan Williams have the Hogs currently ranked 11th in the nation in rushing yards, at 278.7 yards per game.

    Alabama held them to 89 yards rushing, and Georgia is going to have to bring their A-game (you know…the one that’s only giving up 101.67 rushing yards per game) if they want to do the same.

    No, the Bulldogs needn’t look over their shoulders at the carnage they left behind in Columbia, Mo., and they’d better not start thinking about Gator tail soup just yet. They have a date with some Razorbacks, and those hogs haven’t eaten a meal at the SEC table in some time.