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2018 Schedule
1-1, 6th in SEC - East
South Carolina-Vanderbilt will be a 'street fight' (2:51)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

To recap CFB games being affected by Hurricane Florence. Cancelled: UCF at North Carolina, West Virginia at NC State. Moved earlier in day: Boston College at Wake Forest (now 5:30 p.m. ET Thursday on ESPN). Moved up: Coastal Carolina at Campbell (now Wednesday). Still on but being monitored: Marshall at South Carolina, Georgia Southern at Clemson, Old Dominion at Charlotte


Campus Conversation: Week 2 Review, Bad Injuries, Superlatives

Matt Schick, Peter Burns & Heather Dinich discuss their biggest takeaways from Week 2 (10:05), their superlatives for the week (12:59), jump to conclusions about the season (24:10) and more. Plus, "Talk Nerdy To Me" on the Playoff predictor (38:52), Walk-Ons (44:24) & extra points (50:42).


Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Bulldogs senior Jonathan Ledbetter said the UGA defense still has a long way to go after allowing 336 yards at South Carolina.


Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Georgia receiver Mecole Hardman is excited about the Bulldogs' balance on offense.

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Quarterback Jake Fromm said Saturday's win at South Carolina was a statement for others who believed the Bulldogs lost too much talent from last season to compete for another SEC title.


Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Bulldogs tailback Elijah Holyfield said he wasn't surprised by Saturday's 24-point win over the Gamecocks.


No. 3 Georgia turns road test into rout of No. 24 Gamecocks

Jake Fromm threw for 194 yards and a touchdown, all three of Georgia's latest running combo scored touchdowns and the third-ranked Bulldogs turned an expected Southeastern Conference showdown into a blowout with a 41-17 victory over No. 24 South...

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Potentially bad news for Georgia, as star left tackle Andrew Thomas was helped off the field early in the second half at South Carolina. True freshman Case Mays moved into his spot.

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Georgia caught a huge break early at South Carolina. Bulldogs defensive back Deandre Baker intercepted a deflected pass and returned it 56 yards for a pick-6. But TV replays showed him dropping the ball before he crossed the goal line. Fortunately for UGA, linebacker Juwan Taylor picked it up. The play wasn't reviewed by officials.

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

South Carolina defensive end D.J. Wonnum is wearing a boot and using a scooter on the sideline. He will miss Saturday's SEC opener against No. 3 Georgia. He led the Gamecocks with 13 tackles for loss and 6 sacks last season.

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

South Carolina defensive end D.J. Wonnum, who led the team with 13 tackles for loss and six sacks last season, isn't expected to play in Saturday's SEC opener against No. 3 Georgia because of a sprained ankle, sources told ESPN on Saturday.

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Welcome to Williams-Brice Stadium, which is traditionally hotter than Dubai when Georgia plays South Carolina in September. It's another scorcher today.

Tebow's Freak of the Week: South Carolina's Samuel (1:51)
South Carolina QB Bentley needs to be on point vs. Georgia (1:25)
Samuel looking to prove himself (2:28)
Georgia should not sleep on South Carolina (0:57)
Who has the best chance to upset Clemson? (1:22)
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ESPN reporters pick Week 2's biggest games

Jimbo Fisher gets his first big test at Texas A&M, USC and Stanford square off in an early Pac-12 clash, and more. Who will win Week 2's biggest games?

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GameDay Kickoff: Week 2 is no one-trick pony

If you're thinking the only impactful game on this week's schedule is the one in College Station, look again. There are several sneaky games that could end up resonating with the playoff committee.

Team Stats

Passing Yards288.039th
Rushing Yards158.584th
Points For33.0Tied-61st
Points Against28.0Tied-86th

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