CHATTANOOGA — Georgia football players can count on a history lesson as part of their preparation for this week's game at Tennessee.
The Bulldogs were impressive Saturday in a 44-41 win over LSU at Sanford Stadium, but they were even more stout during a 45-16 shredding of Nick Saban's visiting Tigers in 2004. Georgia followed that resounding triumph with a lackluster 19-14 home loss to Tennessee in a game that ultimately delivered that year's SEC East title to the Volunteers.
"That is going to be a game we bring up and a situation we bring up," Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo said Saturday night. "Obviously we've got to enjoy this win, but we've got to refocus. A lot was put into playing three top-10 teams, but in this league every game is big and every environment is hostile.
"We're going to Knoxville, and I've been to a lot of games up there where it's been rowdy."
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