S-O S-O, B Single-A D Bad! Georgia again bumbled and fumbled their way to another loss, losing to the Colorado Buffaloes 29-27 in Boulder.
The loss drops the Bulldogs to 1-4 overall. It’s the first time that Georgia has lost four games in a row since 1990.
Georgia had the ball first-and-ten at the Colorado 27 late in the fourth quarter when Caleb King fumbled the ball, giving the Buffaloes the ball with 1:55 left. Colorado proceeded to run out the clock for the victory.
The loss for the Dawgs spoiled the return of wide receiver A.J. Green who caught seven passes for 119 yards and two touchdowns. Green also rushed one time for 40 yards.
Georgia appeared to have the upper hand after leading the Buffaloes 24-14 early in the third quarter. But after 15 unanswered points, the Dawgs found themselves trailing 29-24 with 4:39 left to play in the third quarter.
The Bulldogs were only able to muster a field goal, bringing the Dawgs to within two points of the Buffaloes with 12:30 remaining in the game. That’s as close as Georgia would get.
Mark Richt is now under more fire than he has ever seen as head coach of the Bulldogs. His team has now lost four games in a row.
Georgia hosts Tennessee in Athens on Saturday. A loss to the Vols could send the Dawgs to 1-5 overall and 0-4 in the SEC.
Sorry for the KFC reference, but they have been hammering home that commercial for weeks now.