Georgia Bulldogs: Will They Be Chained Up This Week?

Matt MillerContributor ISeptember 23, 2009

ATHENS, GA - SEPTEMBER 12:  Weslye Saunders #88 of the South Carolina Gamecocks against the Georgia Bulldogs at Sanford Stadium on September 12, 2009 in Athens, Georgia.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

I'm not a huge UGA fan, but who doesn't enjoy a good football game? With only one previous meeting behind them in history, it's anyone's game.

Georgia, thus far, has managed to pull off some of the most nail-biting situations, and fall hard at other times. From losing the first opening game under Mark Richt , to squeezing a win out of South Carolina. Personally they needed another blow to the chest, another reality check, that this isn't the year. 

If there was a year to claim the national title, maybe we should rewind to last year. 

Joe Cox is 50-80, with an average 738 yards so far. Danny Sullivan is just over half of that in yards at only 385 yards. But their pass percentage is nearly even, give or take a few. 

This year the Sun Devils are a different team. They're faster than last year, and are being lead by a core of the true freshman William Sutton, Vontaze Burfict and Corey Adams. Look out Dawgs, they'll set you on your heals.

As for secondary for the Sun Devils, Omar Bolden will have his eyes glued to A.J. Green. He allowed eight passes for 159 yards and a touchdown in last years game.

Be ready for a showdown boys. It's gonna be a good one.

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