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Guerry Clegg

Everybody’s taking the Georgia Bulldogs seriously again

Uh-oh, Georgia. Now look what you’ve done. Just when it seemed like you were flying comfortably under the radar, now look what has happened. The college football world has started taking you seriously once again. ESPN’s Paul Finebaum called Georgia “a legitimate threat” to dethrone Alabama in the SEC Championship Game.

Guerry Clegg

For Kirby Smart, the honeymoon is clearly over

A year ago, Kirby Smart was pumped to see Sanford Stadium packed for his first G-Day as Georgia’s head coach. So pumped that Smart said fans “come out in groves.” In stark contrast, there were plenty of orchard-sized gaps of empty seats Saturday for Smart’s second G-Day. From 93,000 last year to 66,133. And that’s a stretch.

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