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2017 Schedule

Sat, Sep 2 vs Appalachian St 6:15 PM ET ESPN
Sat, Sep 9 Notre Dame 7:30 PM ET NBC
Sat, Sep 16 vs Samford 7:30 PM ET  
Sat, Sep 23 vs Miss St TBD  
Sat, Sep 30 Tennessee TBD  
Sat, Oct 7 Vanderbilt TBD  
Sat, Oct 14 vs Missouri TBD  
Sat, Oct 28* Florida 3:30 PM ET CBS
Sat, Nov 4 vs South Carolina TBD  
Sat, Nov 11 Auburn TBD  
Sat, Nov 18 vs Kentucky TBD  
Sat, Nov 25 Georgia Tech TBD

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On paper, its an easy schedule.  Of course we all know how that can play out.  Definitely interested to see how Kirby and Co do in Year Two 

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Any update on Eason?  Fromm, despite the opponent and being an extreme game manager, looked sharp out there.  Also helped that the two-headed monster at RB was actually a two-headed monster this time around.  Big primetime game coming up on the road at Notre Dame though- they are looking to do big things after their struggles last year and destroyed Temple yesterday 49-16 led by a dual threat QB.  

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Eason has a sprained knee ligament and will begin rehab- Smart expects him back at some point this season, but Fromm could take the job by then.

 

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ATHENS, Georgia -- Georgia quarterback Jacob Eason has a sprained ligament in his left knee and won't play in Saturday night's game at Notre Dame.

Bulldogs coach Kirby Smart said freshman Jake Fromm, who made his debut in last week's 31-10 win over Appalachian State, would make his first start against the fighting Irish.

Smart said Eason, a sophomore, won't need surgery and has already started rehabilitation.

"He will be back," Smart said. "He will be back this season. We feel very fortunate. It could have been worse."

Fromm, from Warner Robins, Georgia, completed 10 of 15 passes for 143 yards with 1 touchdown against Appalachian State. He enrolled at Georgia in January and participated in spring drills.

"Jake Fromm is a mature freshman," Smart said. "He has good players around him. He needs to take advantage of them."

Georgia hasn't played the Fighting Irish since beating them 17-10 in the 1981 Sugar Bowl to win the 1980 national championship.

http://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/20576953/georgia-bulldogs-qb-jacob-eason-notre-dame-fighting-irish-sprained-ligament-left-knee

 

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How about them DAWGS????????

Elite front 7.

2 elite RBs, 5 deep at the position.

Freshman QB looking like a vet. Oh, and we have Eason too.

 

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This game has given me heartburn all week.. We are not looking good at all here at halftime. 

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On 1/14/2018 at 9:39 AM, rickyt31 said:

Your recruiting class this year is amazing. 

I love it.

I know Fields is from Georgia but you think after this year with Fromm he might want to go elsewhere. More the merrier for us though.

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1 hour ago, coors said:

I love it.

I know Fields is from Georgia but you think after this year with Fromm he might want to go elsewhere. More the merrier for us though.

He likes to compete. You found a pretty rare character guy. I'm in love with your RB/OL pick ups.

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