Bulldogs projected as runners-up to Gators in SEC East
HOOVER, Ala. - Quarterback Tim Tebow may be gone from Florida, but Georgia is still projected to finish second in the Southeastern Conference's Eastern Division, according to the vote released Friday at the conclusion of SEC Media Days.
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“TROJANS HAVE RESTORED ORDER”
Since: Jul 10
#1 Jul 26, 2010
They should be used to that now, always being second fiddle to Florida. Speaking of fiddle, maybe they should take out their violin and banjo, play some Charlie Daniels tunes, and pull the bottle of moonshine out of their pockets to take their minds off their worries
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