Video: No. 5 Georgia survives offensive thriller versus Tennessee at Sanford Stadium

How big was Georgia’s game against Tennessee on Saturday at Sanford Stadium? So big that CineSport’s Noah Coslov came all the way down from his home in New York to little ol’ Athens to take in the game. As a result, we got to do a rare side-by-side interview, as opposed to over the world-wide web. Click below to hear our thoughts and those from the the Bulldogs’ coaches and players following Georgia’s 51-44 victory over Tennessee. . . .

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Vampire Bill

September 30th, 2012
4:46 pm


September 30th, 2012
6:01 pm

Well 5-0 it was ugly but it was a win.


September 30th, 2012
6:12 pm

Congrats UGA fans. Close game, but you won it.


September 30th, 2012
6:32 pm

A win is a win. Just ask the Atlanta Falcons


September 30th, 2012
6:41 pm

If you want to win a national title every team has won a game like this-it was not what we expected but its human nature for young kids to look ahead a little.Im sure during film work the boys watched Tenn vs Akron and some of the boys snickered and didnt take UT very seriously.Thats coaching error-I bet SC has all the players attention and they play better sat nite.

Tuck Fech

September 30th, 2012
6:57 pm

A win is a win, but we’re going to need help if we’re going to make it to the Georgia Dome in early December this year. Defense and special teams are not performing well at all. Sooner than later this is going to catch up with us. I hope the coaching staff and the players can somehow find a way to get it done this week. I’m concerned.


September 30th, 2012
7:09 pm

Coaching error? Deflected pick 6. Gurley missed block assignment.. Murray fumbled. Gurley stepped out at the one yd. Marshall fumbled. All these turnovers lead to Tenn 21 points in 4 minutes and 11 sec. How are these errors blamed on coaches? It’s poor execution my friend. We’ll learned from these errors.

Florida Dog

October 1st, 2012
7:22 am

OK. In order to be balanced I congratulate GA on the win. I wonder though as did many in my household (one PHD Georgia grad) why we insist on employing the “prevent offense” when we have a small lead in the 4th. We run 2-3 plays up the middle and hold our collective breaths. Will someone at the AJC please ask GA this question.

Chip Towers

October 1st, 2012
12:44 pm

Florida Dog: There’s always a fine line about how to play with a lead in the fourth quarter of a tight game. Obviously if you can run the ball it’s the best scenario, especially when you consider how well the Bulldogs were running on the night. But, lest we forget, Murray threw a perfect 20-yard strike to Rantavious Wooten that bounced off his hands with the game hanging int he balance. AS always, it’s about executing in the clutch. Bobo made a good call, Murray made a perfect throw, Wooten dropped it.


October 2nd, 2012
9:21 am

Tennessee did what I expected and nearly scared the daylights out of the Georgia faithful. I believe South Carolina will do the same.
USC 28
UGA 23

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