Shipwreckers: Helmet stickers from Georgia Football’s Dore slamming

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The Classic City is buzzing with excitement about the Top 10 matchup between Georgia and Arkansas at Sanford Stadium this weekend.

The anticipation is building for College GameDay’s arrival on campus, and Georgia football fans are still buzzing about the Dawgs undressing of the Commodores in Music City over the weekend.

The 62-0 final marked the second-largest margin of victory in Georgia football history when facing a Southeastern Conference opponent.

First on the list? Beating that team down in Gainesville 75-0 in the 1942 World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party en route to a Heisman Trophy for Frank Sinkwich and a Rose Bowl victory for the Dawgs.

Georgia’s convincing win over Vandy mimicked their victories in the first three games of the season in the sense that they were truly team efforts, but there were some individual performances so impressive that we deemed them helmet sticker worthy.

And since the Dawgs performed like headliners Saturday in the Music City, this week’s helmet stickers will all have a musical flair to ’em.

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