Georgia Wins The Ultimate Dog Fight

The Bulldogs of Georgia looked to add on to their winning column Saturday with a win against The Bulldogs of Samford.

Many knew what the outcome of the game was supposed to be, but still looked to enjoy some good old fashioned college football. Georgia indeed pulled out a big win against Samford with a 42-14 victory behind Nick Chubb’s 2 big touchdowns. With games scheduled like such Georgia looks to work and improve their game while playing football and learning what should and needs to happen for other future important games. For yet another hot 3-0 start for the Dawgs, Dawg nation is in hopes of seeing their team in and winning a national championship.

With another week in the books, Sophomore Quarterback Jacob Eason sat on the sideline again with the injury occurred in week one of the college season. Freshman Quarterback Jake Fromm is still the starting QB for the Georgia bulldogs and he looks every bit of poised in the pocket. Jake went 8 for 13 with 165 yards and 3 touchdowns in a great win for the bulldogs confidence and determination moving forward. The tough grit and grind in the trenches offense was put into full force this game with the use of Nick Chubb, D’andre Swift, Elijah Holyfield and Brian Herrien. Nick Chubb had 16 carries for 131 yards and 2 touchdowns, Swift had 9 carries for 54 yards and a touchdown, and Herrien and Holyfield combined had 17 carries for 73 yards.

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Nick Chubb (redandblack.com)

Terry Godwin led all receivers for Georgia with 4 receptions for 98 yards and 2 touchdowns. Riley Ridley, Tyler Simmons, Javon Wims and Mecole Hardman all combined for 30 yards and a touchdown behind Godwin’s big game. Sony Michel did not go to battle with his fellow teammates due to an ankle injury sustained during the Notre Dame game. The offense indeed did look pretty potent although it wasn’t an SEC or ACC power conference type defense, but any work and practice helps boost and produce on the field. The Georgia Bulldogs look to watch film, fix all nicks from the previous game, and look forward to produce against a tough defense in Mississippi State next weekend.

The new tough and rejuvenated defense for the Georgia Bulldogs look to set a statement around the college world with such dominating defense in their first 3 wins. Roquan Smith, linebacker for the Dawgs led the defense once again with a team high 4 solo tackles. Lorenzo Carter showed up big with 3 solo tackles, 2 sacks, and 2 tackles for loss. The rest of the defense combined for multiple sacks and pass break ups to help hold a low score for the Bulldogs of Samford. Nothing but good comes out of a situation when both sides work together on one accord for one common goal, which is to win. The offense and the defense both did their part and produced on the field what was coached in the film room and on the field to help pullout these three big wins.

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Lorenzo Carter (bulldawgillustrated.com)

As the dawgs look forward to adding on in the win column, they also look forward to being in the Mercedes Benz Stadium for the SEC championship and the CFP championship as well. The Dawgs have a big home game coming up this weekend at Sanford Stadium versus the Mississippi State Bulldogs at 7 pm. The Dawgs are now in SEC play and will be playing some familiar faces and coverages and look to get back to the top tier program Georgia once was and will continue to always be. After an upsetting loss to the Volunteers of Tennessee at home last season off a hail mary grab, the dawgs look to take back control over the SEC and bring back home some championships.

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Phil Veasley
Phil Veasley is a resident of Atlanta who has been a die-hard Hawks fan since 2005. He is Civil Engineer student at KSU. Currently, Phil writes for Atlanta Hawks Talk while also managing all ATLSportsHQ sites. He can be reached on Twitter at @_ATLPhil

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