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Georgia Football: 5 Inaccurate Myths About the State of the UGA Program
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Mark Twain once stated,"The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated" This, in essence, is the condition the UGA football team finds their program and the point of this article.

Please do not misunderstand my intentions. I acknowledge, as any rational fan or journalist would have too, that the current state of the UGA football program is both disappointing and unnecessary. I am not pleased with the state of our program and realize this ship must be righted quickly.

With that said, people outside of the Bulldog nation have made assumptions that are both inaccurate and misleading. On top of that many fans are grasping for anyone to blame. While that is understandable, let's examine the untruths that have arisen from this condition.


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