People calling for Georgia football to get upset in Knoxville on Saturday are just plain ignorant and very simple-minded.
The Dawgs are 9-0 and are looking to remain perfect on the season as they look to take on a 5-4 Volunteers team who have played some close games against some quality teams.
Let’s face it, just because Tennessee has played close games with good opponents — those teams are not the Georgia Bulldogs.
This game would have caused fans to be a little nervous any other year, but not this time. This team has a different feel to it. Many people are calling this a trap game for the Dawgs, but I’m not buying into the hype just one bit.
Now by no means am I saying this will undoubtedly be a blowout, but I do believe that the Dawgs are focused on one game at a time and are too disciplined to lose this matchup.
Yes, this is college football, and anything can happen on any given Saturday, especially this season, but the Dawgs are just different.
They are on a mission to accomplish the goal of winning a national title, and the next team in their way is Tennessee.
Georgia football has an opportunity to make history this weekend, so a win is a top priority.
If they win, it’ll be the first time in school history they would finish with a perfect regular season SEC finish.
This game could turn into a blowout if the Dawgs come into this game with the focus they need, but they will have to earn it because the Vols won’t just lay down and give into them.
For Tennessee to pull off the upset and win this one, many things will have to go their way, and I believe it will not.
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