Every Team Has a Story: UGA Bulldogs 11-2

By: Elton Gumbel Email
By: Elton Gumbel Email
The Georgia Bulldogs were on the verge of reclaiming bragging rights in the annual Florida- Georgia SEC battle.  Instead, their story is tonight

Georgia coach Mark Richt said Wednesday he is still undecided about his starting tailback going into the game against Florida on Saturday.

The Georgia Bulldogs were on the verge of reclaiming bragging rights in the annual Florida- Georgia SEC battle. Instead, their story is tonight's Every Team Has a Story.

The Georgia Bulldogs knew how to fight back from adversity. A (1-4) start to the season had quickly been turned into a 3-game win streak and a slew of confidence heading into their annual matchup with the Florida Gators. But just as the Dawgs hadn't given up on the season, UGA didn't give up on the second half of the game. Georgia fueled a comeback, tied it up and forced overtime in Jacksonville... Still, it was not enough for overall happiness between the Hedges.

"After the first half, the second half we scored every possession... That 2nd half was probably the most fun i've had all year," said UGA redshirt freshman quarterback Aaron Murray.

The 34-31 defeat is just the 5th loss this season by the Dawgs; however, it puts UF in front of the SEC East Division. This week the Dawgs go non-conference against Idaho State, before getting the chance to sink their teeth into 3rd-ranked Auburn.

"You gotta take every team seriously... Prepare the same to build good habits. We built good habits in how we've prepared all year and i see no reason to stop that now." added Murray.


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