Bulldog Hotline – 11/14/11

@BernieDawg comes through again!
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Live from the Hotel Indigo.

You can call in to the AT&T Bulldog Hotline number at 1-888-81-DAWGS (1-888-813-2947). And now you can send in your question for Coach Richt via their FB page https://www.facebook.com/georgiabulldogs or via the official UGA Twitter page http://twitter.com/ugaathleticss using the hashtag #BulldogHotline. Georgia improves to 8-2 with an impressive 45-7 victory over the National Champion Auburn Tigers. Now we welcome the Kentucky Wildcats to Sanford Stadium, 12:21 Saturday. Scott congratulates Richt on the win. Richt says we executed well and played with great energy. You don’t get too many games like that. Then Scott asks about the play where Murray got upended after scrambling. Is he okay? Richt says he was good to go, but lucky he didn’t land on his head or something. Scott – what would you like for him to do in that situation? Richt – that was a tough one. He was trying to get some positive yardage. Auburn had the bootleg covered. So he didn’t have anywhere to throw it. Fell back on what he’s taught to do which is to get something out of it. Not sure he could’ve done anything different.

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Bulldog Hotline – 11/7/11

Thanks again @BernieDawg!

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Live from the Hotel Indigo.

You can call in to the AT&T Bulldog Hotline number at 1-888-81-DAWGS (1-888-813-2947). And now you can send in your question for Coach Richt via their FB page https://www.facebook.com/georgiabulldogs or via the official UGA Twitter page http://twitter.com/ugaathleticss using the hashtag #BulldogHotline. Georgia improves to 7-2 with a record setting 63-16 win over the New Mexico State Aggies. Now we welcome the National Champion Auburn Tigers to Sanford Stadium, 3:30 Saturday. Scott opens up by congratulating Coach Richt on the 7th win in a row. Richt says it was a good day. Everybody played the way we hoped they would. Special teams got better and did a nice job on both sides of the ball. We got a chance to play a lot of players in the 2nd half. Scott asks if he has ever seen a game where 9 different players scored touchdowns. Richt doesn’t recall ever seeing that. Nice to see a lot of people touching the ball and getting some playing time. And some guys got first time touchdowns. Continue reading