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5.Stop Marcus Lattimore: The Georgia front line has to have a big week this week playing arguable the best running back in the country. With speed and size, Lattimore can light up any defense any weekend. If John Jenkins, Abry Jones and Cornelleus Washington can play to their standards, we will be able to stop the run. Stopping the run stops the Gamecock offense, due to Connnor Shaws lack of an arm.

4. Make extra points: Its as simple as that. Marshall Morgan can not afford to miss two extra points agian this week against the number 6. Gamecocks. Vegas has a two point spread with the dawgs losing and we are going to need those extra two points.

3. Replacing Michael Benett: The leading Georgia Reciever went down this tuesday with a torn ACL. Hes out for the season and without a go to 3rd down reciever Quaterback, Aaron Murray will be looking for Wooten, Conley, Brown, and King to step up on big downs.

2. Play the way we all know the defense can: We let up too much last week against tennesse. Everyone knows our defense is capable of more. With 5 Linebackers headed to the NFL (Vasser, Jones, Robinson, Ogletree,Herrera) i think we really should be able to cut out the run and short passing game of South Carolina. If Branden Smith can get caught up on how to play man coverage we should be alright

1. Let Gurshall do what Gurshall does: Keith Marshall and Todd Gurley need to be their selves to get a W on Saturday. And with close to 1000 rushing yards for the pair they are sure to do just that. The lead the nation in plays over 20 yards and are sure to have a couple against the so called glorious Gamecock defense.


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This certainly sucks.

Hate it for Bennett, who’s leading the team in receptions.  If Georgia had to suffer an injury, though, wide receiver is probably the deepest position on the team.  Conley and Mitchell need to step it up.

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NFL Week Four Power Rankings

Atlanta's Tormented Locals

1.  Atlanta- Finally, a change of identity, even though the personnel has been screaming for it for a while now, and look at the results. Atlanta has led by at least 20 points in each of its first three games. That’s what good teams do. Even more impressive, they completely put away the two games they played on the road….. in different time zones.

2.  Houston- You could almost call the Texans 1a, as they have the same league leading point differential, but there is one huge deficiency in this team right now that keeps it a spot below Atlanta; special teams. Consider that on three of five kick returns, Trindon Holliday hasn’t made it back to the 20. Worse, Shayne Graham has just 7 touchbacks in 18 kickoffs. Those field position issues add up against good teams.

3.  Baltimore- You know Baltimore is kicking themselves for the way they…

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Kassie Nette's Korner

Want to know how I  feel about the NFL referee lockout ENDING?? This sums it up perfectly….

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It was not the long national nightmare that many are making it out to be, but NFL fans are satisfied and relieved that they can get back to hating the regular officials, the way it should be.

Here are some of the better comments via Twitter.

And here is a very well done video that will make you cry, from The Score’s Scott Johnson @ScottJohnson48:

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