Quick Hitters - Tyson Browning

Georgia players as a group have vowed once more that they will take the likes of Middle Tennessee and Vanderbilt seriously. With Alabama-Birmingham coming to Athens this week the Bulldogs will get another chance to prove that.

"We know that at any time, any team can beat us. We can't overlook anyone," said Georgia running back Tyson Browning. "There is no point in looking at the other team's record because we know that they are going to play their best game against us," he said.

"He warned us about the Vanderbilt game," said Browning. But the running back insinuated that the team did not pay enough attention. "If you go out there and don't play well they are going to play on fire and get confidence," said Browning.

"We have a lot of heart," said Browning of the team.

Browning himself showed what sort of effort this team can put forth when he scampered for 93 yards late in the game against LSU earlier in the season. Georgia trailed much of the game but tied it on Browning's touchdown reception. Georgia went on to lose that game.

The screen play jump started Browning's season but he has been slowed with injuries, like the rest of the team, every since. Browning said that his injury in the Vanderbilt game is the same one that he has been dealing with the whole season.

"I am a small guy and I was in pain when the game first started. But I am a football player and you have to fight through it. I just wanted to help my team and I'll take the pain to get the victory," he said.

"No matter who we play, UAB or whoever, we have to come out and play like we are going to play to win. I don't think that we did that in the 1st half against Vanderbilt," said Browning.


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