Fifth verse, same as the second, third and fourth.
Anyone who says one player doesn’t make that big a difference didn’t see the Dogs play Colorado Saturday night.
After starting out slow, as usual, and falling behind 14-3 to the Buffs, Georgia’s offense started clicking thanks to A.J. Green, returning from NCAA suspension for his first game this season. Green had a big run on an end-around, a couple of touchdown receptions, one of which was one of his patented unbelievable circus catches, and Georgia came roaring back to the delight of the sizable, spirited contingent of Bulldog fans at Folsom Field.
When Georgia went up 24-14 early in the third quarter, it looked like Mark Richt’s team finally was turning things around.
And then Green cramped up and had to leave the game and eventually go to the locker room for fluids, and the Dogs’ offense once again became punchless.
Green’s absence combined with the