Dawgs on Top


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It was all Dawgs all day (Crystal LoGiudice).

After coming off an impressive win against the Mississippi State bulldogs the Georgia bulldogs traveled for another SEC showdown.

The Bulldogs traveled to Knoxville Tennessee to face the Volunteers of Tennessee. The Dawgs were looking to go 5-0 and stay undefeated in the SEC and hold the top spot in SEC East. Well, the Bulldogs came and they conquered with a 41-0 blowout win over TN.

The Bulldogs are on a hot start and are shaking the College Football world with their consistent play week in and week out.

The offense had yet another impressive showing behind the legs of Nick Chubb and Sony Michel. The Dawgs are led by freshman sensation Jake Fromm, who went 7-15 for 84 yards, threw a passing touchdown and ran for two touchdowns. Nick Chubb had 16 carries for 109 yards and Sony Michel rushed 11 carries for 64 yards and a touchdown. Brian Herrien also scored at the end of the game, along with help from Swift and Holyfield moving down field.

Fromm’s only passing touchdown was to Javon Wims for 14 yards to give the Dawgs a opening lead.

For yet another week, the Georgia defense had a stout performance in a blowout. The Dawgs held Tennessee to under 100 yards rushing and receiving with two interceptions and two fumble recoveries. Roquan Smith led the defense with 11 total tackles and six solo tackles. Ledbetter, Bellamy, and Rochester all combined for three big sacks to help defense in rout. With the help of Malcolm Parrish back at Cornerback, the versatility of the defense got better and faster.

The Dawgs continue their SEC Road trip in a battle against the Commodores of Vanderbilt next weekend. As they look to stay undefeated, many are beginning to question if the Dawgs the team to challenge Bama this season. With the new look offense and an impressive defense, the Bulldogs are on the verge to meet the Crimson Tide in Atlanta for a big SEC showdown.

Kirby seems to have brought speed and versatility to the Dawgs program with his big recruiting process.

If anybody got the game ball this weekend the defense would have to take the ball. Although the offense tends to put up major points, the defense with it’d forced turnovers and allowing no points have held the upper hand. The offense brings in the fans for a show but the defense wants the world to know they are willing to go all out for a national championship.

Georgia is turning heads under the second season with Kirby and things are starting to look up.

Dawg Nation hopes to hold on and continue the big success for the rest of the season and hopefully leading into the playoffs. If they keep up the tough and gritty ball they are playing, big things look to come for for the program.

Antonio Smith



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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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