Georgia football continues to prove doubters wrong each week, and it seems like another player steps up to make it happen. While the Dawgs have guys who consistently play well, there is always another guy coming along at the right moment and has a break-out game.
The Dawgs got rocked a tiny bit against Tennesse but never allowed themselves to believe they wouldn’t beat the Vols.
Tennessee may have scored the most points on the Dawgs all season, but let them have that moral victory because Georgia stayed perfect on the year.
Even with Georgia having multiple players with the stomach flu, nothing Tennessee did phased the Dawgs once they got in a rhythm. Some players got banged up because Neyland Stadium is suspiciously prone to injuries, but thankfully, it seems that none of those players suffered anything too serious.
Georgia wins by group effort each week because they play as one unit and are probably the least selfish team in college football.
This win over the Vols saw four Georgia football players earn this week’s helmet stickers.
These four guys were unstoppable, and Tennessee had little to no answer for them. The offense and defense each had two players who took it upon themselves to make plays and give Georgia the spark when they needed it most.
Georgia put up 41 points, including four rush touchdowns and one lone passing score. The Dawgs were able to score when they wanted to, and that defense forced just the right amount of mistakes.
While they did give up 332 passing yards to Tennessee, they halted the Vols to 55 rushing yards, which usually averages 217 rushing yards a game. Georgia stood tough and proved why they are the No.1 team in the country — they will overcome the adversity no matter how large it looms.
Georgia would have had to fight a lot harder to beat Tennessee without these four guys, so they earned this week’s helmet stickers for a job well done in a harsh road atmosphere.