Brutal opening month for the Georgia Bulldogs, who already have played Clemson and South Carolina and have a date with Louisiana State on Sept. 28. After that, the schedule lightens up with the biggest hurdle being Florida on Nov. 2.
Southeastern Conference football under the lights. What could be better?
Wiz correspondent Greg Laughlin took in Saturday night's Georgia-South Carolina game in Columbia, which was won by the Gamecocks by the surprising score of 35-7. Bulldog quarterback Aaron Murray and linebacker Christian Robinson were in for a surprise when they return to Athens. The house they shared had been "egged and rolled," Robinson said on his Twitter account.
There are more photos from Saturday's festivities after the jump, or you can click here to view Greg's full gallery.
Wiz correspondent Greg Laughlin spent Saturday in Athens, Ga., site of the Auburn-Georgia game, the oldest rivalry in the South. The Bulldogs crushed the Tigers, 45-7, and can clinch a spot in the Southeastern Conference title game next Saturday with a victory against lowly Kentucky.
You know the drill. There are more photos after the jump, and you can view Greg's full gallery by clicking here.
Watch Vanderbilt center Logan Stewart hunt down Georgia noseguard Kwame Geathers and chop him from behind. Geathers then turns and punches Stewart with his right hand. Both players were suspended for half a game by the Southeastern Conference.