… a UGA running back go over 100 yards in a game. Richard Samuel is the only back who’s done it this season, and that was once against Arkansas when he had 104 yards, 80 of which came on one play. Mark Richt’s Georgia teams have a won-loss record of 38-3 in games where they have a 100-yard rusher.
… Joe Cox making it all the way through a game without throwing an interception. So far, this season, the closest he’s come to that was the LSU game, where Cox didn’t have an interception until a desperation pass on Georgia’s last play.
… Prince Miller taking a punt return all the way for a score. For much of the season, the Dogs weren’t even trying to return punts. Miller came close a couple of times against Vanderbilt. Remember that 92-yarder last season against Bama? It’d be nice to see the senior do it again.
… Willie Martinez changing up his defense to fit the offense an opponent is running. It would probably take the other guys most of the game to recover from the shock.
… The Georgia defense recording a shutout against somebody other than Tennessee Tech. I frankly am not sure that’s even possible this year, but a guy can dream.
… This actually is something I’d like to hear: Scott Howard calling a major Georgia touchdown without resorting to just screaming like a fan. I’m not really asking for anything Munsonesque. Just something memorable. So far for his play-by-play career at UGA, it’s “one and done, baby.”
… The stands at Sanford Stadium packed to capacity by the kickoff. Is it really that difficult to get to the game on time?
… A major SEC game without an officiating controversy. And, yes, it’d be even better if that game was this week in Jacksonville. Anyone heard yet where Penn Wagers is going to be on Saturday?
Speaking of officiating, David Hale of Bulldogs Blog thinks Georgia will benefit from the recent spate of bad calls and coaches being reprimanded for criticizing the conference’s officials (and the perception, real or not, that certain teams haven’t gotten their fair share of flags). At this point, he writes, “the officiating blunders are so obvious that the league simply can’t afford another one. That can only benefit Georgia.” From your keyboard to Mike Slive’s ears, Dave.
… Urban Meyer crying again. Heck, it doesn’t even have to be after the Georgia game. Oh, so you’ve noticed: I really really don’t like him.
... The Dogs upsetting a favored opponent. I have two particular opponents in mind. A win against either one this season would be sweet enough to make up for the debacle in Knoxville.