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Georgia has Tennessee on its Mind

Tennessee could be at the wrong place at the wrong time Saturday in Athens, where they'll meet a No. 3 Georgia Bulldog squad that is coming off a 41-16 drubbing of LSU and is playing much better than last year when they hammered the Vols 41-14 in Knoxville.

Georgia head coach Mark Richt credits an improved offensive line and major contributions by a pair of true freshmen running backs with the upgrade. He also sees a quicker quarterback in veteran David Greene, who comes into this contest with a perfect 3-0 record against Tennessee. "I think one of the biggest differences is our running backs and how they ran the ball," Richt said in a Sunday...

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