Graham and Josh were back at it yesterday evening for a jam packed late-night edition of Dawg Sports Live.
First off, there’s been some worrying about the UGA secondary lately, but Josh is here with some numbers and player ratings to put you to ease… Hey, they don’t call him Dawg_Stats for nothing, right?
So this is normally the time of the week where we show you guys clips of the opposition and talk about what they do well and how we think Georgia matches up in the game ahead. Well, Vanderbilt isn’t very good y’all. We won’t go so far to say that our time is important, but there’s more valuable things to do with it than cut up clips of Vanderbilt’s football team.
Georgia will win this game by a lot. Vanderbilt’s Ken Seals is not a very good quarterback. Is that due to the lack of weapons around him, the lack of protection he gets, or Seals himself? That’s a mystery for future generations to ponder. What I do know is that the only thing Vanderbilt has really done well this year is run off the right edge. I doubt Georgia’s front seven will let them do that too well on Saturday.
At the end of the day, the Dawgs should be able to name their score on Saturday afternoon. Those Dawgs in attendance can probably head back to the bars on Broadway at halftime with the game well in hand.
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