But it's hard to pronounced the Georgia defense "fixed" when it allowed 471 yards, even if the total is a little bit deceptive because of the number of plays that were run and the number of pass attempts (58) by Jerrod Johnson as the Aggies tried to catch up. The task of truly improving that will fall to whomever takes the now-vacant defensive coordinator position in Athens. As nice a win as this was for Mark Richt, the future of his tenure at Georgia will be decided more by how well he does in that search than by how good his team looked in Shreveport.
Texas A&M: In a tradition called "yell practice," the student populace is re-taught how to spell the word "defense" in an exhaustive two-hour pregame ritual
I really, really, really enjoyed watching Georgia Tech defeat Georgia today.