October 7, 2007
Limping back to Athens
Georgia coach Mark Richt was short, and succinct when asked to reassess his Bulldogs' goals following Saturday's 35-14 embarrassment at the hands of Tennessee.
"Our goal is to beat Vanderbilt, right now," Richt said of next Georgia's upcoming game in Nashville. "That's our only goal."
The Bulldogs have little other choice but to do just that.
After being exposed both offensive and defensively by the Volunteers, Richt was left having to answer what happened during Saturday's debacle, which saw Tennessee dominate the Bulldogs, not only on the scoreboard, but also in total yards by enjoying a 411-243 edge.
He indicated that player personnel changes would likely be made.
"It's like I told the team, if changes need to be made, they'll be strictly based on performance by what we see on film and not out of frustration," Richt said. "They'll be very objective. Who knows? We might not many changes at all. But no matter what we decide, we'll still have to work extremely hard to get a game-plan in to get ready and try to beat Vanderbilt."
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