For the second time in two seasons, ESPN’s “College Gameday” will be headed to Athens. This time it will be for the Bulldogs’ matchup with Auburn on Oct. 3.
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Despite its sloppy, uncharacteristic play, Georgia rallied around junior quarterback Stetson Bennett to outscore Arkansas 32-3 in the second half and get the road win in its season opener.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Head coach Kirby Smart didn’t spend as much time as he usually does watching the defense in Georgia’s season-opening 37-10 victory over Arkansas. He had plenty of issues to work out on the other side of the ball, from a quarterback conundrum to offensive line troubles.
Following No. 4 Georgia’s 37-10 road victory against Arkansas to begin the season, The Red & Black graded each position group’s performance.
Georgia started redshirt freshman D'Wan Mathis against Arkansas in its season opener before replacing him with junior Stetson Bennett. Bennett threw for 211 yards, two touchdowns and zero interceptions.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — No. 4 Georgia defeated Arkansas 37-10 at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium on Saturday. Here are some observations from The Red & Black:
No. 4 Georgia trails Arkansas 7-5 at halftime in the SEC football season opener in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Here are some takeaways from The Red & Black:
The Red & Black sports desk ranks every team in the SEC ahead of the conference's Week 1 competition.
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