The Auburn defense was suffocating for one quarter, and was still good throughout the middle of the game, but Georgia made adjustments by the fourth quarter to come back from a 20-point deficit.
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In this episode, I wax Dawg Poetic about the most popular open letter in the blogosphere, why Todd Grantham drives me so crazy, and why we don't need to worry at all about Kentucky this weekend...
In this edition, Oscar shares some in-game reactions, the nature of chance and some things to help us make it through the bye week.
This week's Undercover Barner allows a Georgia fan to write some stuff, so that's a pretty big step toward maturity.
In three quarters, Georgia forced Auburn to punt only once as the Tigers built a 20-point lead. In the fourth quarter, Georgia forced two three-and-outs and gained its first lead of the game. Of...
The world turned upside down, and the real miracle was that no one perished in the eruption of humanity as Ricardo Louis strolled into the end zone.