ATHENS —Georgia coach Kirby Smart blamed himself for “a couple of costly decisions,” but he was bold enough to admit he’s make the same decisions again.
The No. 3 Bulldogs beat No. 14 Tennessee by a 44-21 count on Saturday night, rallying from a 21-17 halftime deficit.
There were all sorts of defensive accolades to celebrate, such as holding the Vols' to minus-1 yard rushing and forcing three second-half turnovers.
Smart, now 17-9 against Top 25 opponents, was indeed pleased with his defense.
But Georgia’s inability to execute on two fourth-and-short plays in the second quarter — and Smart’s decision to go for both — was a popular topic of conversation as the Bulldogs' struggled to gain control of the game.
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