Is the season over for the Georgia Bulldogs? Or will a little adversity push them to great heights.
Saturday, October 13, 2012
The Georgia Bulldogs have two weeks to lick their wounds following Saturday's loss to South Carolina, a game that was billed as a barn burner and turned out to be a tar-and-feathering. The Dawgs have a bye week this Saturday to reflect on what could have been and look ahead to visiting a hapless Kentucky on Oct. 20. The now No. 14 Bulldogs seem to be taking their humiliation in stride. "We've still got life. It's a long season. We've got more games to play," Malcolm Mitchell, a sophomore receiver, is quoted saying by the Macon Telegraph's Seth Emerson. "If we dwell on this game, we'll lose the next one, then lose the next one. We've gotta stay focused and keep pushing." Emerson reports that head coach Mark Richt is holding steady amid the …
As Georgia welcomes longtime rival Auburn for a key SEC showdown, the college football world remains aghast at the heinous allegations surrounding the Penn State football program.
It was one week ago today that the Penn State sex-abuse scandal broke. Friday night, President Barack Obama chimed in on it, saying that it should lead to “soul-searching" by all Americans, not just Penn State. As another college football Saturday has arrived, the dark cloud continues to loom over the sport. Parenting.com opined here why kids are more important than football. How do you feel about the scandal? Let us know your thoughts on these alleged child sex assaults. Back on the field, there’s a full slate of games this Saturday and the TV schedule for such can be found here. Georgia Tech already has gone down, falling 37-26 at home to Virginia Tech on Thursday night. But what about Georgia? Who would have thought, after the Bulldogs…