Georgia football is on a holy tear as they’ve beaten the last eight opponents by at least 17 points. The Dawgs are obliterating opponent after opponent, and up next is the Tennessee Volunteers.
While college football fans have seen Alabama go on these warpaths, it’s long overdue to see the Dawgs do it.
It doesn’t matter who the opponent is or what they’re ranked — Georgia demolishes them and moves on to the next.
This aggressive demeanor isn’t usually a Dawg thing, but it looks good on them.
The next victim on Georgia’s list is Tennessee, and right now, the Vols have more confidence than they’ve had in years.
Josh Heupel has done an excellent job coming into this program and coaching this team to five wins.
Tennessee is 5-4 on the season as they’re coming off a huge win over Kentucky.
The Vols offense is explosive as they find ways to put up points and win. Heck, this team is the one that hung with offensive powerhouse Ole Miss before falling apart and having their fans throw a golf ball at Lane Kiffin.
Offensively they average 38 points a game and give up 28 points. The Vols are rushing for about 217 yards and passing for 240.56 yards a game.
They’re putting up statistics, and as wild as it sounds, it will be a test for the Dawgs.
However, they won’t be a big enough test to upset the Dawgs and win. Georgia has too much depth for that to happen, and the Vols have not seen a defense quite like this.
With General Nakobe Dean at the helm, Georgia’s defense has a goal similar to the 2017 outcome where the Dawgs mauled Tennessee 41-0 in Knoxville.
Georgia will have to stay laser-focused and treat this game like it is the national championship.
Tennessee fans will be loud and obnoxious like normal, but it’s time for Georgia to remind them they are a few years away from being consistently competitive again.
The Dawgs may have to fight for a while, but they should wear out the Vols and run away with the score.
Since Clemson held Georgia to 10 points, the Dawgs have not slowed down on either side of the ball, and a trip to Knoxville isn’t going to either.
Tennessee will be victim No.10 in this campaign to Indianapolis for the national title, so Georgia will come ready. Let’s hope the Vols are up for the battle.