Georgia-Tennessee: If Only the Headline Said it All

Mike In ValdostaCorrespondent IOctober 10, 2009
This is only the beginning of the problems with Georgia. The ship cannot take on any more water; it is time to start evacuating the women and children.
I can only assume that Richt will stand pat. Hopefully he will not blame Blair Walsh, if he does, he may lose me. Ray Goff never lost me.
Tennessee quarterback Jonathan Crompton had been really shaky this season, and so had Georgia's pass defense.

Something had to give.

So far, it's been the Bulldogs' pass defense giving and giving and giving.

Crompton was outstanding in the first half, the best he's ever played in an SEC game, and was 12-of-15 for 205 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions.
The Vols lead 21-12, and the Bulldogs better find some answers fast on defense, or this is the kind of loss that could lead to a long season in Athens.