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Vanderbilt QB Patton Robinette 'out' vs. Georgia
Vanderbilt's QB merry-go-round continues, as Coach Derek Mason says Wade Freebeck will start.

Georgia moves to protect Gurley, Chubb from practice injury | Georgia Bulldogs blog | Columbus Ledger Enquirer

Todd Gurley and Nick Chubb were in green non-contact jerseys at Wednesday's practice, which normally means a minor injury. In the case of Georgia's top two tailbacks, however, it's not about their injuries, but those of others. With Keith Marshall and Sony Michel both out for an indeterminate time and A.J. Turman potentially gone for the year, the Bulldogs are once again demonstrating why you cannot have enough tailbacks.

Snapped back to form - Georgia special teams no longer a liability | Online Athens

It's hard to explain how happy it makes me to see articles about how surprisingly good the Georgia special teams have been. It's been a long time since I've had the sense that Georgia might win games on special teams, rather than simply hoping they didn't lose one in the kicking game.

Breaking down the Oct. 1 Class Rankings update - ESPN
ESPN National recruiting coordinator Craig Haubert breaks down updates to the ESPN class rankings for 2015 football recruiting. Georgia has been surging up the rankings and surprisingly is not out of it for the top spot in the 2015 rankings.

Game vs. No. 1 Alabama is chance to show how school and football team have changed | USA TODAY Sports

Ole Miss plays host to Alabama this weekend, but also to College Game Day. It's the culmination of a 15+ year process of building a new image for the school. It's been a struggle which a lot of folks in the Grove have resisted, and will for a long time. A really interesting read.

That should get you started. As usual we'll be back with more Bulldog news and analysis throughout the day, including your National Game of Disinterest, and the always welcome return of the Dawg Gone Podcast. Until later . . .

Go 'Dawgs!!!