Georgia Bulldogs vs. Alabama Crimson Tide Recap
October 3, 2015
The game's first quarter was a bit slow until Griffith scored a field goal for Alabama. Soon in the second quarter, Morgan scored one of his own to tie the game up 3-3. That was about all for Georgia though as the Alabama scored three touchdowns in the 2nd courtesy of Henry, Fitzpatrick and Ridley. Fitzpatrick's touchdown was great as he had blocked a punt to score. The 3rd went kicked off and a pass by Georgia was intercepted by Jackson, leading to another touchdown. Coker ran another touchdown soon after, and Griffith made a successful field goal kick (as he did on every previous TD). Chubb managed to make a 80 plus yard dash to score a TD for Georgia, but it was just too late.
Georgia Bulldogs vs. Southern Jaguars Recap
September 26, 2015
The Georgia Bulldogs took on D2 school Southern. This game on paper looked to be a pad stater for the Bulldogs, and that is exactly what the game was. The Jaguars never really had a chance against the Bulldogs as the struggled on offense to move the ball, and struggled to stop the Bulldogs. Nick Chubb Shined once again for the Bulldogs as he ran for 131 yards, and scored 2 touchdowns, and added a receiving touchdown. Greyson Lambert looked good going 9 of 10 and threw 2 touchdowns. Backup Brice Ramsey played a lot as well going 11 of 14 for a 125 yards. Wide Receiver Malcom Mitchell looked good against the inferior corners of Southern and grabbed 5 balls for 96 yards, and a touchdown. The Bulldogs look to SEC play and prove how good they really are.
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Georgia Bulldogs vs. South Carolina Gamecocks Recap
September 19, 2015
The Georgia Bulldogs humiliated the South Carolina Gamecocks on Saturday. Georgia's quarterback had his way with South Carolina's secondary, throwing for more than 330 yards and three touchdowns while breaking records for both school consecutive completions and setting a new NCAA completion percentage record at 96%. Georgia also ran at will over the Gamecocks, rushing for more than 200 yards in the game. South Carolina had two players leave the game due to injuries. Georgia scored the second most points ever against a South Carolina team coached by Steve Spurrier. South Carolina was in still in the game at halftime, behind only 24 -13, but completely fell apart in the second half.