Mark Richt was 3-0 against the Volunteers at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville. Now he’s 3-1, and the loss was embarrassing. Tennessee dominated the Georgia Bulldogs from the opening whistle in every facet of the game: offense, defense, special teams and coaching. The Volunteers led at halftime 28-0 and went on to crush the Bulldogs 35-14.
Not much can be said about this game that hasn’t already been discussed. Georgia was simply not prepared to play this game and was overmatched along both the offensive and defensive lines. Although Georgia is youthful at many key positions, they appeared lethargic and lacked fire and intensity.
Check out the links below for more information on Georgia’s loss to Tennessee:
- Tennes-see Ya – OnlineAthens.com
- Georgia’s Rush Offense Stumped – OnlineAthens.com
- Well, Tripp Chandler Looked Good – GeorgiaSports.BlogSpot.com
- Tennessee 34, Georgia 14 – DawgSports.com
- Back To The Future: Historical Perspective and Context – DawgSports.com