Today begins the downhill slide toward the weekend, and it's probably time for you to get down to doing some actual work. You and Will Muschamp have that in common. But before nose meets grindstone, take a look at the newsiest news in Bulldog Nation:
Obviously it is beginning to sound like a broken record, but Malcolm Mitchell and Justin Scott-Wesley could not hurt the Bulldog passing attack at this point.
In defense of Mason, Georgia's 'game manager' | Bulldogs Beat with Seth Emerson | Macon.com
Hutson Mason has zero turnovers through three games, and isn't taking many sacks either. But Georgia also ranks last in the SEC in passing yards. It's okay to be okay with that.
Georgia's secondary with more personnel tweaks | Georgia Bulldogs blog | Columbus Ledger Enquirer
Notes on Georgia's secondary, Keith Marshall, painful memories of last year's Tennessee game, and Chris Conley being honored again.
Georgia Soccer Enters At No. 13 In RPI - Bulldawg Illustrated
The Georgia soccer team came in at No. 13 in the first edition of the NCAA’s Ratings Percentage Index (RPI) report released Monday evening.
Could Jaylen Brown skip college altogether? | College recruiting blog
Could Jaylen Brown, the nation’s No. 2 college basketball prospect and a big Georgia target, consider skipping college altogether? The 6-foot-7 forward from Wheeler High School was asked about the topic, along with several other top-rated seniors from this year’s class, by Scout.com’s Evan Daniels.
That should do you for the moment. Spears will be along shortly with the National Game of Interest, and this afternoon I'll have the Five Fearless Forecasts for this weekend's visit from the hill folk. Until then...