Knoxville — No Bulldog was seen wearing any hobnailed boots, and nobody ran over a Tennessee defender as emphatically as you-know-who did back in you-know-when. But this victory, achieved on the same field that had yielded two of the most famous comebacks in Georgia history, nevertheless pressed the accelerator on what is becoming a comeback season.
From 0-2, these Bulldogs have risen to 4-2 and have stamped themselves as South Carolina’s only real competitor in the SEC East. Next week brings a trip to Vanderbilt, and then two weeks later the Bulldogs will head to Jacksonville, where they figure to be favored against the hated Gators. No, nothing is assured, and yes, Carolina still has to lose again to give Georgia an opening, but it’s now possible that much can be made from this make-or-break season.
Saturday night’s game, was billed, incorrectly, as a meeting of equals. After the