The Throwback: Unhinged

Dawg Post is going into the vault to dig up some stories you should go back and read.

Today's Throwback Story of the Day features a tough trip to Nashville for Georgia. Last season, the Bulldogs fell short to the Commodores, 31-27, on the road.

How did it happen?

Just ask Dean Legge.


NASHVILLE – Georgia's unmitigated disaster of a month got as bad as it could get at Vanderbilt.

These Bulldogs found a new and creative way to lose on Saturday – losing not just players during the game, but also the game itself. As usual Georgia lost players to injury during the game. Josh Harvey-Clemons left the game with a "foot" injury; Ray Drew was taken out of the game for targeting (which now substitutes for what tackling was a year ago). Chris Conley, who dropped a critical pass in the end zone for the second week in a row, was also on crutches after the game.

The situations with injuries is beyond joking in Athens; its now just plain sad. But if injuries were the only thing to be concerned about at Georgia things might not be so bad (they'd still be pretty bad, however).

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