It’s not worth talking about how thing went on the gridiron over the weekend much more.
Beyond Dooley Field at Sanford Stadium, however, plenty of good things happened for Georgia athletics.
For starters, there was the second edition of Stegmania on Friday night - and the increased and building energy is a microcosm of the enthusiasm surrounding the Georgia basketball program. All Tom Crean’s bunch has to do is produce - now problem, right?
Speaking of another tenant of Stegeman, women’s volleyball is rolling along very nicely. A weekend of two match wins runs the Volley Dawgs record in SEC play to 5-1.
It took another thrilling five-set match but the Bulldogs held on to defeat LSU Sunday at #TheSteg! The Dawgs improve to 5-1 in @SEC play— Georgia Volleyball (@UGAVolleyball) October 13, 2019
Next up: at Auburn next Sunday on @SECNetwork. #GROW | #GoDawgs pic.twitter.com/VfijqJQUSR
Don’t call it a comeback, but two unanswered goals netted women’s soccer a win against Ole Miss on Sunday.
In Tulsa, Vivian Wolff’s showing highlighted the individual efforts for women’s tennis.
Bulldogs Conclude Play In Tulsahttps://t.co/RIMAh7vYb7— Georgia W Tennis (@UGAWomensTennis) October 11, 2019
Not to be outdone, men’s tennis also claimed some victories - — Mateo Reyes and Erik Grevelius — each won two singles matches on Sunday to advance to the consolation finals at the Georgia Tech Fall Invitational.
Women’s golf rounded out strong at Stanford and got an ace to go with it.
The Ice Dawgs had a pair of home games and won both - even rallying to beat Ole Miss on Friday and topping Coastal Carolina on Sunday.