Want to see college football’s version of “Ali vs. Frazier”? Here you go! A ticket for this match up enables you to see what promises to be a grudge match bar none. Now, Bulldogs fans will be quick to let you know who has won the past two meetings, and many Volunteers faithful still have a very bitter taste of Georgia’s last visit to Neyland. Still, this isn’t the same Bulldogs squad from last year, which is both good and bad. The good - much of UGa’s defensive unit of ‘02 left early for the NFL, as did their leading rusher, Musa Smith. The bad - David Greene is STILL the quarterback, and with this kid calling the signals, you really do not know what tricks he will pull out of the bag. Coach Mark Richt has enjoyed tremendous success in Athens, and the team’s opening win at Clemson has the Bulldogs fans thinking not only of a repeat of the SEC title, but of national championship aspirations. Still, the road to Atlanta this year goes to, and can easily be halted at Knoxville.
Last season, Casey Clausen was injured, and freshman James Banks attempted to fill his shoes. This time, both should be on the field, with Banks being one of UT’s prime receivers. Defensively, John Chavis’ bunch will be looking to atone two seasons of embarrassment at the hands of David Greene, and if the front four have their way, he enjoy the blue skies if the Smokies while laying on his back after another sack!
Georgia’s 2002 record 13-1(7-1 in the SEC)
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