Georgia

The Tennessee Volunteers have shown improvement this football season, and the coach of their fourth foe has taken notice.

ATHENS, Ga. — Sony Michel and Isaiah McKenzie shared the spotlight, just like their high school days in South Florida.

The Georgia Bulldogs were dismal on punt returns last season, netting just 73 yards on 25 opportunities.

There is a lot of time between now and the Heisman Trophy ceremony in mid-December, but Georgia junior tailback Todd Gurley is compiling a nice highlight package should he get an invitation.

Here are five things we are looking forward to about this weekend of SEC football:

Georgia defensive players experienced more frustration than jubilation in Saturday's 38-35 loss at South Carolina, but junior defensive end Toby Johnson isn't coming away unhappy.

Ole Miss third-year football coach Hugh Freeze inherited a 2-10 program and has the Rebels in the Associated Press top 10, but his powers are limited.

Georgia tailbacks Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall bolted out to such impressive college careers two years ago that they were quickly morphed into "Gurshall" in honor of Bulldogs legend Herschel Walker.

Georgia scored 35 points in last Saturday's loss at South Carolina, but it was the potential touchdown the Bulldogs left on the field that remains a hot topic.

The Sept. 27 football game between the Tennessee Volunteers and the Georgia Bulldogs in Athens will kick off at noon on ESPN.

It's not every week that Georgia hosts a football team coming off a loss to the Abilene Christian Wildcats.

The Georgia Bulldogs were better defensively in the second half for a second consecutive game this season, but the difference this time was negligible.

COLUMBIA, S.C. — There will be no Palmetto State championship for the Georgia Bulldogs.

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Blame it on the weather.

COLUMBIA, S.C. — It was a night Marshall Morgan expected to celebrate, not start from scratch.

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