COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Georgia has found itself in college football's center ring only a few times in the last several seasons -- and when it has, the results have not been pretty.
The No. 5 Bulldogs suffered another humiliating loss while occupying the national spotlight on Saturday night, watching No. 6 South Carolina immediately jump out to an enormous lead en route to a 35-7 victory at Williams-Brice Stadium.
Asked about the widespread national perception that Georgia fails to rise to the occasion in the biggest moments, senior defensive end Abry Jones couldn't dispute that opinion.
"It's hard to argue that point of fact when we really don't come and put in work when the time comes," Jones said. "It's hard to argue something when you have nothing to put forth -- no proof or anything like that. We're definitely going to have to keep working and then when we get another opportunity to, just come up and show up and win the game."
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