With two games remaining, the Dawgs’ roller coaster campaign is almost over. 2013 has been a challenging year for Bulldog Nation. Georgia has lost four games this year. Each defeat has been riddled with injuries, a lack of execution, and bad luck. In spite of the adversity UGA has faced this season, it is always great to be a Georgia Bulldog.
Aaron Murray Leaves a Legacy to be Proud of
This past weekend’s game against Auburn was a microcosm of Aaron Murray’s career between the hedges. No matter how many rushing yards the defense gave up, (323) or how big of a lead the Auburn Tigers built, the Georgia quarterback refused to let his Dawgs roll over and play dead.
The senior UGA signal-caller led the Dawgs to a 17 point fourth quarter comeback in Auburn. The end result will not be discussed on this blog, but the effort should be commended.
Georgia-Kentucky: Basketball Season Has Begun
The majority of Wildcat faithful will be too busy slurping John Calipari flavored Kool-Aid to make the trip to Athens. Mark Stoops has notched two wins in 2013. Patience is a virtue for Stoops, who is in his first season as a head coach. The good news for the youngest stoops brother is his success on the recruiting trail. However, the Bluegrass State revolves around college basketball.
The Aaron Murray Farewell Tour Begins
Aaron Murray has two regular season games left on his farewell tour. The fifth-year signal caller is a combined 6-0 against Kentucky and Georgia Tech. The Dawgs welcome the Wildcats into Sanford Stadium on Saturday night, before traveling to Atlanta for a date with the Yellow Jackets. The SEC’s all-time leading passer has left it all out on the field for UGA. It is a shame Murray does not have a championship to show for it.
Georgia should beat Kentucky by three touchdowns. Emotion will be running high between the hedges for Aaron Murray’s final home game, while the Wildcats are dead last in the SEC East with a Southeastern Conference record of 0-6.
Dawgs 49, Cats 17.