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The Photo Finish: Tennessee Edition

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Georgia shook off a slow start to crush the Big Orange on Saturday, and we’ve got the pictures to prove it. Our photojournalism partners usually get some great shots of the action, and we like bringing the best of them to you in this, The Photo Finish.

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Admittedly, things did not start off with a great deal of promise.
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To quote from the beloved British car show Top Gear, “Oh dear. That’s not gone well.”
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Kenny McIntosh continues to be a key contributor both on offense and special teams. He contributed 47 of the 63 yards of offense on the Bulldogs’ first quarter scoring drive to tie the game at 7-7.
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McIntosh quietly finished the game with 123 total yards.
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Freshman receiver Jermaine Burton also provides a welcome spark, showing off the quick feet that made him a five star recruit on a long run and a beautiful screen pass.
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Trey Hill redeemed himself from that early bad snap with a heads up play to recover a Stetson Bennett fumble.
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But the star of the day was the UGA defense, which homes in on Tennessee QB Jarrett Guarantano in the third quarter, creating a flurry of turnovers that resulted in 13 points to build a comfortable lead.
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And no play by the Bulldog defense was as big as Monty Rice’s scoop and score off a Guarantano sack/fumble.
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Heck, everybody loved that play.
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Kearis Jackson enjoyed another big game and remains Georgia’s surprise leading receiver through three contests.
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Tell ‘em, Special K.
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It was also a good night for freshman tailbacks Kendall Milton and Daijun Edwards, both of whom ran hard when called upon late to salt the game away.
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Nakobe Dean continues to look like one of Georgia’s most explosive defenders, and was a key reason the Vols managed 39 yards rushing minus Guarantano’s sack yardage (-1 yard if you include it).
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George Pickens played well as long as he didn’t have a Powerade bottle in his hand.
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In the end the Smart family and all of Bulldog Nation got to celebrate a convincing victory over Tennessee before turning their focus to Alabama.
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Go ‘Dawgs!!!