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What a lost season. UGA looked decent, but not great, against South Carolina. Since that game, Georgia has looked pretty lackluster.

Joe Tereshinski was hurt during the South Carolina game, which coincided with the alumni rumble to have the new hot-shot Stafford throw the ball. Stafford threw against Colorado, and barely kept alive until Cox came into the game and saved his arse. A weak showing against Colorado? We just knew that our beloved Dawgs haven’t seen a contender yet, but we struggled against who we thought was an easy win. Is it possible that UGA is overrated this year?

The Georgia Bulldogs’ first real test is tonight against Tennessee. For the first half, we were looking so great. But all of a sudden, it looks like Tennessee is scrimmaging a freaking high school team in red helmets. Interception… missed 3rd down conversion… penalty… interception… penalty. C’mon, Georgia? Are you kidding me?

The Bulldogs had 2 nice special teams’ returns: One an 86 yard punt return and another a 100 yard kick return.

Ainge from Tennessee is just making Georgia look like amateurs. Which sucks because he doesn’t look that good. Which sucks worse because he doesn’t look good enough to beat Florida, which bodes really badly for Georgia against Florida YET AGAIN. I AM SO SICK OF LOSING TO FLORIDA!!!!

Great, it’s final as final can get. Tennessee just scored again. They brought in Stafford to get a few snaps… great. Let him get a taste of what he has to face next year. Maybe by then Mark Richt can figure out a) who is going to be the team’s damned quarterback, and b) if he trusts his team enough to throw the damned ball (90th in the nation for passing offense for a top 10 team?!?!)

Tonight was a must-win game. Tennessee lost to Florida, and Urban Meyer figured out how to keep his team undefeated so far (even against Tennessee). Tonight was a fight for second place in the SEC, which Georgia just lost.

Auburn loses to Arkansas. LSU loses to Florida. Georgia loses to Tennessee. Today couldn’t have gone worse for the SEC.