Bulldogs glad to see Cutcliffe gone

Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low

It's been well-documented how much Tennessee misses former offensive coordinator David Cutcliffe, who's now the head coach at Duke.

With Cutcliffe as his offensive coordinator, Tennessee coach Phillip Fulmer was 85-19 with two SEC championships.

Without Cutcliffe, Fulmer is 64-29 with no SEC championships.

Rest assured that Georgia is thrilled to see Cutcliffe in Durham, N.C., right now, because he owned the Bulldogs.

Cutcliffe never lost to Georgia in nine games as Tennessee's offensive coordinator/play-caller (1992-98 and 2006-07). In those nine games, the Vols averaged 35.3 points and were held under four touchdowns only once.

In the five trips to Athens with Cutcliffe overseeing the offense, the Vols averaged 35.4 points. In the three trips without him, they averaged just 14 points.