Georgia football demoralized Arkansas on Saturday afternoon between the hedges as the Dawgs defeated the Hogs 37-0.
The Dawg fans answered head coach Kirby Smart’s challenge, and this crowd acted like it was a primetime kickoff instead of a usually sleepy noon start time.
From the opening kickoff, Georgia punched Arkansas in the mouth and never looked back to see if the Hogs were keeping up or not.
In the past, this kind of game would see Georgia slip up but eventually find a way to win. There was no sluggishness from the Dawgs at all. They were prepared and ready for the Hogs.
So many Arkansas fans talked smack last week, and after beating Texas and Texas A&M, they felt confident in their team. However, Georgia proved they are no Longhorn or Aggie, but a gnarly Bulldog ready to produce a lethal bite.
Even though the Dawgs will never admit they had a point to make, it showed on the field.
When Trelon Smith sent laughing emojis about Nolan Smith’s quote on the defense, I felt deep in my soul this defense was going to embarrass Arkansas, and they honestly did.
Since this game, there have been so many funny SEC Shorts talking about how Georgia and Alabama are bullying the other SEC teams. They should give them a fighting chance, but if we’re blatantly honest, no, they don’t. Georgia has been the good ole boys of the SEC for long enough.
Arkansas was the second straight SEC foe they shut out, and the next stretch of teams need to get the same kind of treatment, especially those Gators in Jacksonville.
The Dawgs sent a message with the sheer dominance of this performance on Saturday against the Hogs. After rewatching the game a couple of times, three statistics show how powerful the Dawgs are on all fronts.