#5 Georgia vs #8 Tennessee part 2


TOUCHDOWN DRIVE. 14 PLAYS FOR THE GEORGIA BULLDOGS. VERNE: AND SOUTHERLAND WHO TURNED DOWN OERS TO GO TO NEBRASKA AND NOTRE DAME, IN ADDITION TO S.E.C. SCHOOLS GETS HIS FIRST CAREER TOUCHDOWN. AND THAT WAS A 14 PLAY DRIVE. A THING OF PERFECTION. TODD: SURE WAS. THOSE ARE THE KIND OF DRIVES THAT KIND OF HIT A SOLD-OUT CROWD IN THE STOMACH AND TAKES THE WIND OUT OF THEM A LITTLE BIT. VERNE: A SOCK IN THE SOLAR PLEXUS. BRANDON COUTU WILL KICK OFF. AND THIS ONE TAKEN BY LUCAS TAYLOR, THE FRESHMAN. FLAG IS DOWN. TODD: IT’S A BAD FIELD POSITION FOR TENNESSEE. I THINK ON THIS OFFENSIVE POSSESSION, TENNESSEE NEEDS TO FLEX THEIR MUSCLE A LITTLE BIT. THEY GOT THIS BIG OFFENSIVE LINE AND THEY GOT TO GET GERALD RIGGS INVOLVED IN THE GAME AND WE HAVE SEEN TOO MUCH FINESSE WITH TENNESSEE THE FIRST COUPLE OF SERIES. VERNE: WEDNESDAY ON CBS — VERNE: TOTAL YARDS, 103 TO 78. TWICE ALREADY TENNESSEE HAS BEEN ACROSS THE 50. TODD: YEAH, THEY MOVED THE BALL. TODD: YOU DON’T WANT RIGGS TO BE A NON-FACTOR FOR THE FIRST HALF. VERNE: AFTER THE PENALTY ON THE KICKOFF RETURN, TENNESSEE STARTS WITH THE DRAW PLAY FROM THE 6-YARD LINE. HERE GOES RIGGS. GREG BLUE TAKES HIM DOWN BUT HE MOTORS FOR 14 YARDS AND A FIRST DOWN. TO THE 20-YARD LINE. TODD: RIGGS CARRIED IT 26 TIMES LAST WEEK AGAINST OLE MISS. RUN OVER 100 YARDS. HE’S SECOND IN THE S.E.C. BEHIND DARBY. AVERAGING 102 YARDS PER GAME. AND THAT’S THE FIRST TIME WE HAVE SEEN HIM HIT THAT THING ON THE MOVE. HE’S TOO GOOD OF A PLAYER TO NOT HAVE HIM AS A MAJOR PART OF YOUR OFFENSE. VERNE: THAT’S THE END THE FIRST QUARTER WITH OUR SCORE, GEORGIA, SEVEN, AND TENNESSEE, ZERO. SUDDENLY WE HAD TWO OF EVERYTHING. THEY HAD A LOT OF STUFF. TWO DINETTE SETS… TWO DOGS. TWO CAR
INSURANCE COMPANIES. I’M STATE FARM AGENT JOAN
ROISUM AND THIS IS A TRUE STORY. WE HAD TO GET RID
OF A FEW THINGS. YEAH. MAINLY MY THINGS. HE HAD STATE FARM. SHE HAD,
EH, GEICO. I HELPED THEM COMPARE
RATES AND COVERAGE. THERE WAS NO COMPARISON. HE WAS RIGHT… FOR ONCE. THIS TIME ONE OF
MY THINGS STAYED. LAST YEAR 1.3 MILLION DRIVERS… SWITCHED TO STATE FARM. CALL AN AGENT TODAY,
AND YOU’LL SWITCH TOO. LIKE A GOOD
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IS THERE. ♪ VERNE: YEAH, MISSED A ROAD TRIP TO MISSISSIPPI STATE LAST WEEK. FIRST TIME HE HAD NOT MADE A S.E.C. ROAD GAME SINCE 1959 AND 1960. VERNE: HE GOT AWAY FROM COUNTRY WESTERN MUSIC. FIRST AND 10 AS WE BEGIN THE SECOND. RICK CLAUSEN. WITH THE AUDIBLE ON FIRST DOWN AND 10. 7-0, GEORGIA. THERE’S A BUBBLE. TODD: THAT WAS UGLY. VERNE: CLINTON MOSES HAD A BIG PL. AND A CHORUS OF BOOS RAIN OUT. WELL, TODD, WE BEGIN THE AFTERNOON TALKING ABOUT D.J. SHOCKLEY AND GEORGIA BEING UNTESTED SO FAR. WHAT ARE YOUR IMPRESSIONS? TODD: I THINK THEY’RE UP TO THE TEST RIGHT NOW. DEFENSIVIVELY THEY HAVE HELD THEIR OWN. AND SHOCKLEY IS SHOWING THE POISE IT TAKES TO COME INTO A STADI LIKE THIS AND LEAD YOUR TEAM. AND THAT LAST TOUCHDOWN DRIVE WAS SPECTACULAR FOR THEM. SO HE HAS AN INDIVIDUAL AND GEORGIA AS A TEAM DEFINITELY UP FOR THE CHALLENGE TODAY. VERNE: LOSS OF FIVE ON THE TACKLE BY QUENTIN MOSES AT SECOND DOWN AND 15. THEY’LL HAND IT OFF DEEP. TO GERALD RIGGS. AND A FLAG, A LATE FLAG IS CALLED. TODD: THE OTHER THING THAT YOU TOUCHED ON AT BEGINNING OF THE BROADCAST THAT I THINK IS A FACTOR, AND YOU KNOW, YOU GOT TO ADMIRE THE COURAGE AND THE CHARACTER OF THIS TENNESSEE FOOTBALL TEAM, BUT THIS IS THE THIRD GAME THEY’VE PLAYED IN 13 DAYS AND GEORGIA, ON THE OTHER HAND, IS VERY FRESH AND VERY RESTED. THIS IS THEIR FIRST GAME IN 13 DAYS. AND I THINK THAT MIGHT HAVE A LITTLE PA TO PLAY IN THIS, BECAUSE NOT ONLY ARE THEY FRESHER IN TMS OF THEIR SPEED AND JUMP RIGHT NOW, BUT TENNESSEE ALSO, THEY’VE GOT GUYS WHO ARE PLAYING A BIT BANGED UP, AND SOME OF THEIREY GUYS STILL NOT 100% HEALTHY OUT THERE PLAYING. VERNE: WELL, — REFEREE: THE PENALTY WILL BE DECLINED. THIRD DOWN. VERNE: PERSONAL FOUL, FACEMASK CALLED AGAINST TENNESSEE. IT WAS DECLINED. SO THAT BRINGS UP A THIRD DOWN. TODD: I THINK IT WAS AARON SEARS WHO IS FRUSTRATED WITH QUENTIN MOSES RIGHT NOW. MOSESESS HAVING A BIG-TIME YEAR. AND TAKING THE PLACE OF THE DEPARTED POLIC. FOUR SACK ON THE SEASON ALREADY. VERNE: OUT OF SHOTGUN, NUMBER ONE — AND NOW THE CLOCK IS STOPPED. VERNE: BOBBY MOREAU — TODD: NOT ONLY DID GEORGIA GET ON THE SCOREBOARD FIRST IN THIS BALLGAME BUT THEY DOMINATED THE TIME OF POSSESSION IN THAT FIRST QUARTER. 10:21 OF POSSESSION TIME, AND THAT REALLY WORE DOWN I THINK A BIT THAT TENNESSEE DEFENSE IN THAT LAST DRIVE. VERNE: THIRD AND 15. NO INFRACTION, THE DISCUSSION INCONSEQUENTIAL IN TERMS OF WHAT’S HAPPENING HERE. THREE-MAN RUSH BY THE BULLDOGS, ACROSS THE MIDDLE. CAUGHT BY RIGGS AND HE STOPS SHORT OF THE FIRST DOWN AT THE 28-YARD LINE. AND THE TACKLE MADE BY MENTOR. AND SO TENNESSEE IS FORCED TO PUNT. THERE’S DEMARIO MINTER. A SENIOR AT STONE MOUNTAIN, GEORGIA, STILL LOOKING FOR HIS FIRST CAREER INTERCEPTION. AND THE OBJECT OF SOME JESTING WITH HIS TEAMMATES BECAUSE HE HASN’T GOTTEN ONE. THOMAS FLOWERS, SECOND IN THE S.E.C. IN PUNT RETURNS. TODD: GEORGIA HAS A CHANCE HERE TO START OUT WITH THE BEST FIELD POSITION THEY’VE HAD. VERNE: THAT’S A BAD PUNT. GOES — TAKES A GOOD HOP, HOWEVER. A DEEP HOP. BOY OH, BOY. COLQUITT IS GOING TO THE SIDELINE AND SAY, WHAT DO YOU MEAN? TODD: JUST LIKE I PLANNED IT. I PRACTICE THAT EVERY DAY. ♪ STACY’S MOM
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RIGHT NOW, ONLY AT RED LOBSTER. TODD: NOW WITH THE HELP OF THE HOME DEPOT L’S SEE WHAT MADE THAT GEORGIA TOUCHDOWN DRIVE SUCCESSFUL. 3-3 ON THIRD DOWN. AND A PASS TO MILNER, AND THEN MASSAQUOI. AND THEN THE PAYOFF, BRANDON SOUTHERLAND WITH HIS FIRST TOUCHDOWN OF HIS CAREER. AN IMPRESSIVE 14-YARD DRIVE FOR THE GEORGIA BULLDOGS AND A 7-0 LEAD. VERNE: GEORGIA HAS A PLEATHERA OF RUNNING BACKS AND THEY HAVE FRESH LEGS IN THERE NOW, FOUR FRESH LEGS. TODD: NOT AS BIG AS THE OTHER BACKS. VERNE: THE PLAY FAKE, AND SHOCKLEY KEEPS IT, AND LOOKS DEEP, DRILLS IT DEEP. THERE’S THE BIG TIGHT END, 6’7″, OR 6’8″. TAKE YOUR PICK. LEONARD POPE, A GAIN OF 32. TODD: IT’S ALL ABOUT PROTECTION BECAUSE D.J. SHOCKLEY WAS LOOKING LEFT FIRST. HERE’S POPE, HE’S RUNNING DOWN THE MIDDLE, BUT SHOCKLEY IS LOOKING TOMAS COY FIRST. WATCH THE PROTECTION BY THIS OFFENSIVE LINE. FOUR-MAN RUSH AND SHOCKLEY CAN SURVEY THE FIELD AND FIND POPE DOWN THE MIDDLE OF THE DEFENSE FOR A BIG THROW. VERNE: AND AFTER THE GAME OF 32, LUMPKIN WITH A BIG BLOCK, AND THE PASS, GOOD COVERAGE OUT THERE AND NO FLAG THROWN. YEAH, THERE IS. TODD: THERE IS ONE IN THE AREA WHERE YOU WOULD EXPECT AN OFFENSIVE HOLDING OR IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN A CHOPPED BLOCK. NO, HOLDING. YEAH. THAT’S THE AREA YOU EXPECTED. VERNE: D.J. SHOCKLEY, AND THERE’S RICK. REFEREE: HOLDING ON THE OFFENSE, NUMBER 6. 10-YARD PENALTY FROM THE PREVIOUS SPOT, REPLAY FIRST DOWN. VERNE: NO WONDER I THOUGHT THAT WAS A GOOD BLOCK. HE TACKLED IT. TODD: THE OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR TOLD US OF THE THREE HE’S THE BEST AT THE PASS PROTECTION. BUT YOU CAN’T WRAP YOUR ARMS AROUND THE GUY. VERNE: LUMPKIN, WHO SAT OUT ALL OF LAST YEAR WITH AN A. CLMPLET TEAR THAT OCCURRED ON THE FIRST DAY OF PRACTICE, BUT — AN A.C.L. TEAR THAT OCCURRED ON THE FIRST DAY OF PRACTICE, BUT ONE OF THE TRIO OF OUTSTANDING RUNNING BACKS. SHOCKLEY STILL HAS IT. AND THERE’S A FLAG THROWN. AND SHOCKLEY SLIPS AND GOES DOWN. NOW WE GOT TWO FLAGS. TODD: I THINK THAT THE LAST FLAG THAT’S THROWN IS GOING TO BE A FACEMASK ON TENNESSEE. NOW I DON’T KNOW ABOUT THE OTHER TWO. IT WAS SUCH A GOOD FAKE. VERNE: THE CROWD REACTED WHEN THE BALL CARRIER OR RUNNING BACK WITHOUT THE BALL, WAS TACKLED. TODD: CAN I TELL YOU SOMETHING? VERNE: YES. TODD: I THOUGHT THE RUNNING BACK HAD THE BALL TOO. VERNE: WHO YOU GOING TO BELIEVE? ME OR YOUR LYING EYES TODD: BOY, AND I EVEN HAVE THE BIGGER MONITOR UP HERE, AND DIDN’T SEE IT. VERNE: THERE’S SOMETHING IN YOUR SITUATION THAT THE YOUNGER GUY GETS THE BIGGER MONITOR. I DON’T KNOW — UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICES ACT MAYBE IN THE OFFING. REFEREE: TWO FOULS ON THE PLAY, HOLDING, NUMBER 81 OF THE OFNSE. AND HOLDING, NUMBER FOUR OF THE OFFENSE. THOSE PENALTIES WILL BE DECLINED. WE’LL REPLAY FIRST DOWN. TODD: HMM. VERNE: HMM. THE PLAY FAKE. TODD: YEAH, AND OMAR GAITHER HAD THAT. AND SHOCKLEY STILL HAS THE BALL AND HE’S FORCED TO RUN TO THE SIDELINE. THAT’S EXCELLENT DEFENSE. XAVIER MITELL, NUMBER 93, DID A GREAT JOB OF FORCING SHOCKLEY TO CONTINUE TO GO WIDE AND STOP THAT PLAY. VERNE: LUMPKIN STAY ON THE FIELD. KREGG LUMPKIN. THEY FAKE THE BALL TO HIM, AND SOCKLY LOOKS DEEP FOR SEAN BAILEY. AND THERE’SAN COVERAGE, AND BOY, HE MADE THE CATCH. WOW! YOU MUST BE KIDDING. NOW IT’S OVERRULED. THE SECOND OFFICIAL CAME OVER AND SAID I HAD A BETTER ANGLE, HE TRAPPED IT. TODD: I WOULDN’T BE SURPRISED IF THIS DOESN’T GET REVIEWED BECAUSE THERE’S CONFUSION. AND JASON ALLEN, IT’S A TOTAL TAKEOFF, AND IT’S A BEAUTIFUL THROW BY SHOCKLEY OUT IN FRONT OF THE RECEIVER. AND THERE’S THE BALL ON THE GROUND. GOOD CALL, AND A GOOD CALL-OFF BY THE OTHER OFFICIAL. AN EXCELLENT EFFORT BY BAILEY. AND THE OFFICIAL RIGHT THERE ON THE RIGHT CAN’T QUITE SEE THE BALL ON THE GROUND BUT THE BACK JUDGE, JESSE DUPUY, OR HOWEVER, MADE THE CALL. WOW. VERNE: GOOD JOB OF OFFICIATING, IT REALLY WAS. AND THE RIGHT CALL WAS MADE. HERE’S THE BALL DRILLED OUT TO THE RIGHT SIDE AND THE TACKLE — I WANT TO POINT OUT SOMETHING, BECAUSE FOLKS MIGHT SAY, WHY DIDN’T THEY STOP AND REVIEW IT? I’M THINKING OF BOBBY GASTON FROM THE S.E.C. WHO REMINDS US THAT EVERY PLAY IS REVIEWED. SO THAT PLAY WAS REVIEWED BY STEVE LANDUS UP IN THE BOOTH AND HE DETERMINED IMMEDIATELY THAT THEY GOT IT RIGHT. TODD: RIGHT. VERNE: ONLY A CONFERENCE REPLAY OFFICIAL IN THE PRESS BOX CAN CALL FOR THE REVIEW. VERNE: AGAIN, A REPLAY OFFICIAL TODAY IS ONE OF THE VETERANS IN THE S.E.C. OFFICIATING RAFPK, STEVE LANDUS. TODD: ONCE AGAIN GEORGIA DOWN ON THAT PLAY CLOCK, AND D.J. SHOCKLEY FORCED TO USE A TIME-OUT. THAT’S THE ONLY THING THEY HAVEN’T DONE WELL TODAY IS USE THAT PLAY CLOCK. VERNE: SO WITH TIME CAED CHRIS SPORTS COVERAGE OF THE HOME DEPOT S.E.C. ON CBS WILL CONTINUE AFTER THIS WORD. M;M;M; (announcer)
THE TRUTH ON TAXES. JON CORZINE HAS VOTED TO
LOWER TAXES 70 TIMES. AND DOUG FORRESTER? AS A MAYOR AND COUNCILMAN, FORRESTER RAISED
PROPERTY TAXES 200%. NOW HE’S PROPOSED A
PLAN THAT ELIMINATES PROPERTY TAX
REBATES FOR SENIORS AND THE MIDDLELASS AND GIVES TAX CREDITS
TO THE WEALTHY. IT’S A PLAN THAT WILL REQUIRE
DEEP CUTS IN EDUCATION, HEALTH CARE AND
EMERGENCY RESPONSE. DOUG FORRESTER, THE WRONG
ANSWER FOR NEW JERSEY. [THE CAPTIONING ON THIS PROGRAM IS PROVIDED AS AN INDEPENDENT SERVICE OF THE NATIONAL CAPTIONING INSTITUTE, INC., WHICH IS SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ACCURATE AND COMPLETE TRANSCRIPTION OF PROGRAM CONTT. CBS, ITS PARENT AND AFFILIATED COMPANIES, AND THEIR RESPECTIVE AGENTS AND DIVISIONS ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ACCURACY OR COMPLETENESS OF ANY TRANSCRIPTION OR FOR ANY ERRORS IN TRANSCRIPTION.] [CAPTIONING MADE POSSIBLE BY CBS SPORTS DIVISION] VERNE: GOES DEEP LEFT. BAILEY WAS OPEN AND SHOCKLEY DIDN’T GET IT TO HIM. TODD: THAT BALL CAN’T FLOAT BACK INTO THE MIDDLE OF THE FIELD. AGAIN, GREAT PROTECTION. THIS WAS A LONG DEVELOPING PLAY. SEE HOW FAR HE HAD TO COME IN TO TRY TO MAKE THE PLAY? THAT ENABLED TENNESSEE TO KNOCK THE BALL AWAY. VERNE: ON FOURTH DN, ELY-KELSO IS ON. LUCAS TAYLOR, PERCHED AT THE 10-YARD LINE. HIGH. TODD: HE’LL DOWN THIS ONE. VERNE: THERE IT IS. NUMBER 26 WAS DOWN AT THE ONE YARD LINE. MAKE IT FOR TWO. A 40-YARD PUNT. TODD: THIS IS WHY YOU DON’T WANT TO FORCE A BAD PLAY IF YOU’RE SHOCKLY. IT’S NOT A CRIME TO PUNT THE FOOTBALL, ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU’RE DOWN INSIDE OF THE TWO. TO SLOW THINGS DOWN. THAT’S WHY,
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THAT FINISHES CLEAN. ♪ ♪ ENJOY THE TASTE. BE SELECTIVE. ♪ ♪ VERNE: MONDAY, DAVE IS ALL NEW WITH ORLANDO BLOOM, PLUS MUSIC FROM ALICIA KEYS AND LATER THIS WEEK DON’T MISS WOODY HARRELSON AND HAROLD DEAN, AND LARRY BROWN. DAVE ALL NEW THIS WEEK ON CBS, AMERICA’S MOST WATCHED NETWORK. VERNE: THEY’VE NOT HAD GOODIELD POSITION THE LAST TWO. AND THIS TIME THE VOLUNTEERS TWO. CLAUSEN, GOES LEFT SIDE TO CHRIS NEN. AND RICK CLAUSEN IS A MEMBER OF THE WALKING WOUNDED. HE’S GOT THE LEFT ACHILLES, AND TWO DISLOCATED FINGERS ON HIS NON-THROWING HAND, AND A BRUISED LEFT SHOULDER AND A BRUISEDED LEFT ELBOW AND HE SAID, DON’T FORGET MY HIPS, THEY BOTH HURT. TODD: AND I SAW HIM IN PRACTICE AND HE SEEMED TO BE MOVG FINE. THIS IS NOT AN OFFENSE THAT ASKS HIM TO BE REAL MOBILE ANYWAY, SO HE LOOKS HEALTHY ENOUGH TO DO HIS THING. VERNE: SECOND DOWN AND 10. TODD: WOW. VERNE: GERALD RIGGS AND FOR MORE, LET’S CHECK IN WITH TRACY WOLFSON. TRACY: IT’S THAT LEFT ACHILLEES THAT IS HURTING HIM. HE WAS ON THE SIDELINE WINCING A BIT. AND I SPOKE TO THE TRAINER EARLIER AND HE SAID THAT HE’S ONE OF THE TOUGHEST FOOTBALL PLAYERS WE’VE WORKED WITH AND SO UNLESS HE CAN’T WALK, EXPECT HIM OUT THERE. VERNE: WELL, HE’S THE SECOND CLAUSEN TO PLAY HERE. HIS BROTHER CASEY WAS A FOUR-YEAR STARTER FOR THE VOLUNTEERS. FAMILY OUT OF THOUSAND OAK, CALIFORNIA. CASEY IS NOW A GRADUATE ASSISTANT AT MISSISSIPPI STATE. THIRD AND 9. TODD: RICK NEEDS TO GET SOMETHING HERE, EVEN IF THEY DON’T GET THE FIRST DOWN, GIVE HIS PUNTER ROOM. VERNE: DEEP LEFT SIDE AND A MIXUP WITH HAMMON. AND THAT’S INCOMPLETE. AND FIELD POSITION IS FORTHCOMING FOR THE BULLDOGS. TODD: THIS GEORGIA DEFENSE, SO MUCH TALKED ABOUT, THE GUYS THEY LOST COMING INTO THIS SEASON. NO MORE DAVID POLLACK AND NO MORE THURMAN, BUT THEY DID RETURN EIGHT STARTERS FROM LAST YEAR’S DEFENSE AND THE GUYS WHO TOOK THE PLACE OF THOSE SUPER STARS WERE WAITING TO PLAY, YOUNG AND HUNGRY GUYS, AND RIGHT NOW THE GEORGIA DEFENSE CONTROLLING THINGS UPFRONT AGAINST THE TENNESSEE OFFENSIVE LINE. VERNE: AND BRENTON COLQUITT, THE FOURTH MEMBER OF THE COLQUITT FAMILY TO PUNT FOR TENNESSEE, DAD, UNCHINGLE AND BROTHER PRECEDED HIM. AND GETS THIS ONE OFF, AND HE DOES. BOY, THAT IS TERRIFIC. AND CHASES FLOWERS BACK TO THE 37-YARD LINE. FLOWERS LOOKS FOR THE WALL, HE WAS TACKLED UP NEAR THE 50, BUT REAY WONDERFUL PUNT BY BRITTON COLQUITT. 60 YARDS, 12 ON THE RETURN. IZNOS NEW BO CHICKEN SUB WITH CHICKEN, BACON AND CHEDDAR ALL TOPPED WITH A MILD CHIPOTLE
MAYO AND FRESH GUACAMOLE. I’D LOVE TO POUNCE ON ONE, EXCEPT I CAN’T MOVE
IN THIS WETSUIT. QUIZNOS… JUST… WOW. JUST $2.99. TIM: COMING UP, THE HALFTIME REPORT. AND SPEBSER AND I WILL GET YOU CAUGHT UP ON ALL THE DAY’S ACTION. AND A FIRST WIN FOR STEVE SPURRIER, A MUST-WIN. WE TAKE IT ALL THE WAY BACK FOR THE TOUCHDOWN. AND NOW BACK TO GEORGIA AND TENNESSEE. VERNE: BACK AT NEYLAND STADIUM WHERE OVER THE LAST FEW YEARS THINGS HAVE NOT GONE THAT WELL FOR THE VOLUNTEERS. THEY LOST THEIR LAST FIVE GAMES AND THEY’VE BEEN BLOWN OUT IN FOUR OF THE FIVE. TODD: AND IT’S REALLY STRANGE BECAUSE THEY’VE WON SOME HUGE GAMES ON THE ROAD, AND USUALLY YOU THINK IT’S HARDER TO WIN ON THE ROAD THAN IN A GREAT HOME STADIUM LIKE NEYLAND STADIUM HERE, BUT FOR WHATEVER REASON THEY HAVE NOT PLAYED THEIR BEST FOOTBALL AGAINST THE BEST COMPETITION HERE AT HOME. VERNE: I DON’T KNOW IF YOU NOTICED BUT WE DID THE BROADCASTS. VERNE: WELL, THAT LEADS USO THE MUCH ANTICIPATED WEEKLY FEATUR “THE AFLAC TRIVIA QUESTION OF THE WEEK.” NAME THE LAST TOP 10 TEAM THAT TENNESSEE BEAT AT HOME? TODD: WE CAN GIVE THEM THE YEAR, CAN’T WE? VERNE: SURE. TODD: 1999. NOW GET OUT YOUR AL MACS. VERNE: PUTS IT ON THE LINE FOR BAILEY AND BAILEY CAN’T HOLD ON. HIT HIM RIGHT AT THE NUMBER. TODD: THAT’S A BREAK FOR TENNESSEE BECAUSE THAT WAS A NICE JOB BY D.J. SHOCKLEY, FINDING AN OPEN RECEIVER AND THIS IS A CATCH THAT BAILEY ORDINARILY WILL MAKE. HE’S GOING TO THE GROUND BUT HE’S ABLE TO GET HIS BODY AND BOTH HANDS ON THE FOOTBALL. AND NOT ABLE TO COME DOWN WITH IT. THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN INSIDE THE 10-YARD LINE FOR THE GEORGIA OFFENSE. AND INSTEAD THIRD DOWN AND LONG YARDAGE. VERN BAILEY AND MCCLENDON, REPLACING TWO GREAT PLAYERS IN HISTORY, FRED GIBSON AND REGGIE BROWN. IT THIRD DOWN. AND 8. TODD: LEFT TACKLE, DEN I WOULD ROWLAND MOVED A LITTLE BIT BEFORE THE BALL WAS — DENNIS ROLAND MOVED A LITTLE BIT BEFORE THE BALL WAS SNAPPED. REFEREE: FALSE START. NUMBER 56 OF THE OFFENSE. FIVE-YARD PENALTY. IT WILL REMAIN THIRD DOWN. TODD: I’LL TELL YOU, THE MOST IMPRESSIVE THING RIGHT NOW WITH GEORGIA, ASIDE FROM THE POISE OF D.J. SHOCKLEY HAS BEEN THEIR PASS PROTECTION AGAINST THIS DEFENSIVE FRONT OF TENNESSEE. I THINK THAT TENNESSEE EXULLY — FULLY EXPECTED THEY WOULD GET PRESSURE FROM FOUR GUYS AND THEY HAVEN’T BEEN ABLE TO DO THAT SO FAR IN THE BALLGAME. VERNE: THIRD AND 15. THOMAS BROWN, DROPPED DOWN AT THE 40. HE LOST SIX. PARYS HAROLSON, NUMBER 98. TODD: TENNESSEE SHOWED BLITZ. THEYERE ANTICIPATING PASS BUT RIGHT HERE IT’S SIMON AND THE TWO TACKLES. SIMON WILL DROP BACK INTO THE PACKAGE, AND HARRELLSON THERE FOR THE WRAPUP AND THIS DEFENSIVE FRONT WOKE OCCUPY THAT PLAY. VERNE: PARYS HAROLSON PAID THE ULTIMATE COMPLIMENT. HE IS REMINDED A LOT OF DAVID POLLACK KIND OF GUY. THE EXACT QUOTE. HERE’S ELY-KELSO. THIS ONE WILL BOUNCE AT THE 28-YARD LINE AND IT TAKES A GEORGIA ROLL TO REST AT THE 21. TODD: LOOK AT THE CHANGE OF FIELD POSITION FROM THE PUNT OF CO QUIT TO THAT PUNT FROM ELY-KELSO. VERNE: ELY-KELSO, 37-YARDER. THURSDAY ON “SURVIVOR” — VERNE: “SURVIVOR” THURSDAY ON CBS. AMERICA’S MOST WATCHED NETWORK. I KNOW AS WE SAID LAST WEEK, TOM LANDRY CALLED HIM GARY HOGAN BRUNE FOR HIS CAREER WITH THE COWBOYS. VERNE: NICE RUN, RIGGS OUT TO THE 33-YARD LINE. TONY TAYLOR,UMBER 43. WELL, ERIK AINGE WAS NAMED THE STARTER AND THEN GAVE WAY TO CLAUSEN. AND THEN WAS NAMED THE STARTER PERMANENTLY AND THAT LASTED UNTIL HALF-TIME OF THE L.S.U. GAME WHEN HE HAD A REALLY HORRID FIRST HALF. AND RICK CLAUSEN CAME IN AND LED THEM TO THE VICTORY AND AINGE DID NOT PLAY IT DOWN LAST WEEK IN THE WIN OVER OLE MISS. RIGHT SIDE, BOY, NICE MOVE. TODD: THEY MADE JACKSON MISS. AND JARVIS JACKSON HAS NOT PLAYED MUCH SINCE INJURING HIS THUMB AGAINST SOUTH CAROLINA AND THAT TIME HE OVERRAN THE PLAY A LITTLE BIT. HE WAS IN POSITION. WATCH RIGGS SET HIM UP. AND STICK THAT RIGHT FOOT IN THE GROUND AND CUT BACK INSIDE, THE DIVING JAR HAVE YOU SEEN JACKN, AND TWO GOOD RUNS IN A ROW FOR GERALD RIGGS AND THIS IS SMART BY TENNESSEE. TRY TO WEAR ON THAT DEFENSE A BIT WITH YOUR BIG OFFENSIVE LINE. VERNE: THAT WAS A GAIN OF NINE. AND GEORGIA HAS CALLED TIME-OUT. TODD: YEAH, THEY WERE TRYING TO SHUFFLE NEW PEOPLE IN AND TENNESSEE WAS LIFE TRYING TO LINE UP AND CALL THE QUICK SNAP. VERNE: THAT IS THE FINAL TIME-OUT FOR THE BULLDOGS, AND IT COMES WITH 7:15 REMAINING IN THE FIRST HALF. D I GET , PLEASE? (woman)
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VISIT HOMECAFE.COM. TIM: TIM BRANDO IN NEW YORK. THE WOLVERINES OF MICHIGAN WOULD HAVE FOUR LOSSES. AND A 40-YARDER FOR MINNESOTA. AND HOISTS THE BROUP JUG FOR T FIRST TIME SINCE 1986. BACK OUT TO NEYLAND STADIUM WITH VERNE. VERNE: WELL, THE SMILE YOU GAVE TRACY WOLFSON LAST WEEK HAS BEEN REPLACED BY A FROWN. TODD: JASON IS A CANTON, OHIO, GUY. GLEN OAK HIGH SCHOOL. VERNE: FIRST DOWN AND 10. TRACY, AS YOU MIGHT IMAGINE, IS A GRADUATE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. HERE’S CLINTON POSES, TO CATCH UP WITH GERALD RIGGS. TODD: WE HAVE SEEN HIM DO THAT ABOUT THREE TIMES IN THIS FIRST HALF. I DON’T KNOW IF HE’S READING SOMETHING QUICKLY, BUT HE’S QUICK COMING DOWN THAT LINE AND TAKES A GOOD ANK IN HIS BACKSIDE PURSUIT. VERNE: QUINTEN MOSES HAS FOUR SACKS FOR THE SEASON. AND 6 1/2 IN A BACKUP ROLE LAST YEAR. YOU MIGHT IMAGINE WITH HIS SIZE HE WAS QUITE A BASKETBALL PLAYER IN HIGH SCHOOL AS WELL. RIGG, STILL A RUNNING BA WITH RICK CLAUSEN. IT GOES LEFT. TODD: THAT’S WHY MINTER IS SUCH A VALUABLE DEFENDER HERE. HE PLAYS THE BOUNDARY CORNER. WHICH MEANS THAT HE PLAYS TO THE SHORT SIDE OF THE FIELD AND HE HAS TO BE A LITTLE MORE PHYSICAL IN STOPPING THE RUN. AND THAT TIME HE HAD GERALD RIGGS ONE-ON-ONE IN THE OPEN FIELD AND MADE A SURE TACKLE. VERNE: 7- 0RKS THE ONLY SCORE, A ONE-YARD RUN BY BRANDON SOUTHERLAND AT THE END OF MAYBE A 3-YARD DRIVE. AND TENNESSEE HAS YET TO CONVERT. THEY ARE 0-4. GEORGIA WITH THREE DOWN. THEY’LL BRING FOUR, AND THEY STUNT. CLAUSEN STEPS UP. BRET SMITH GETS BY BLUE. FIRST DOWN, TENNESSEE AT THE 30-YARD LINE. TODD: WE TALKED ABOUT THE POISE OF D.J. SHOCKLEY. A LITTLE POISE DISPLAYED THAT TIME BY RICK CLAUSEN AFTER A BAD EXCHANGE ON THE SHOTGUN SNAP. A LOW SNAP, AND CLAUSEN COOLLY PICKS IT UP AND KEEPS HIS EYES DOWN FIELD AND FINDS BRET SMITH CROSSING THE FIELD FOR A MUCH-NEEDED FIRST DOWN. VERNE: THAT’S A GAIN OF 22. SO ANOTHER BIG PLAY FOR THE TENNESSEE OFFENSE THAT WAS IN SEARCH OF BIG PLAYS COMING. IN FIRST DOWN AT THE 30. CLAUSEN, QUICKLY INSIDE, AND TRIES TO BREAK THE TACKLE. GOT HIM BY THE SHIRTTAIL. DOES MINTER. BUT THAT’S ANOTHER FIRST DOWN. A GAIN OF 11. WELL, COMING INTO THIS AFTERNOON’S PLAY, HERE’S HOW THE STANDINGS LOOK — VERNE: SO YOU SEE THE SIGNIFICANCE OF IT GAME. AND RIGGS — OUT OF TACKLE. TODD: CRAIG BLUE CAME UP THOUGH, AND MARCUS HOWARD COULDN’T BRING HIM DOWN, BUT CRAIG BLUE CAME LIKE HE WAS SHOT OUT OF A CANNON THAT TIME. AND, AGAIN, THAT’S TYPICAL GEORGIA SAFETY FOOTBALL. THE SAFETIES MAKE A TON OF TACKLES IN THIS DEFEN. GREG BLUE CAME FROM INSIDE, AND WRAPPED UP RIGGS. GEORGIA HAS NOT BEEN VERY GOOD IN THE RED ZONE ON DEFENSE SO FAR THIS SEASON. THE OPPONENTS HAVE BEEN IN THERE SEVEN TIMES AND THEY’VE GIVEN UP SEVEN SCORES. FIVE OF THOSE TOUCHDOWNS. VERNE: SECOND DOWN AND 6 AT THE 15. PLAY FAKE CROSSING. YOU GOT MAN OPEN. AND BRET SMITH, OVERTHROWS IT. OVERTHROWS IT! TODD: PERFECT CALL. PERFECTLY EXECUTED, EXCEPT FOR THE VERY LAST PART. THAT BALL IS DOWN SIX INCHES AND IT’S A TOUCHDOWN EASILY FOR BRET SMITH. GOOD PLAY FAKE. RAISE UP AND THROW, AND JUST A HAIR TOO TALL FOR BRET SMITH. VERNE: RICK CLAUSEN’S HANDS IMMEDIATY WENT TO HIS KNEES AND HE HUNG HIS HEAD. HE KNOWS HE MISSED A BIG ONE. TODD: YES, YOU DON’T KNOW HOW MANY OF THOSE YOU GET IN A GAME AND YOU HATE TO THROW ONE AWAY AND IN A GAME LIKE THIS WITH TWO GREAT DEFENSES YOU MAY ONLY GET A HANDFUL. VERNE: THIRD DOWN. HERE’S CLAUSEN. NO FAKE THIS TIME. AND INTO THE END ZONE, INTERCEPTED. TODD: HOW BIG WAS THE PLAY BEFORE IT? TODD: DEMARIO MINTER JUST GOT HIS FIRST CAREER INTERCEPTION. AND WHAT AN OPPORTUNE TIME TO PICK IT OFF. TODD, YOU COULDN’T HAVE SAID IT MORE PLAINLY. YOU DON’T KNOW HOW MANY OPPORTUNITIES YOU GET. TODD: AND I THINK THAT RICK CLAUSEN WAS STILL FRUSTRATED FROM NOT GETTING THE TOUCHDOWN THAT HE FORCED ONE. HERE’S MINTER RIGHT HERE. ON A PLAY LIKE THIS YOU LOOK DEEP AND THEN THROW SHORT. IT’S THIRD DOWN. THE DEEP ROUTE IS NOT OPEN BECAUSE MINTER IS PLAYING THE EYES OF RICK CLAUSEN. BUT RICK CLAUSEN WANTED TO MAKE UP FOR THE PLAY BEFORE, INSTEAD HE THROWS A COSTLY INTERCEPTION. PINOCCHIO, TO
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MADE A COFFEE TABLE. [ SFX: CRASH ] VERNE: DEMARIO MINTER, OUT OF STONE MOUNTAIN, GEORGIA, JUST PICKED OFF HIS FIRST CAREER INTERCEPTION. TODD: HE JUST READ RICK CLAUSEN THE WHOLE WAY ON THAT PLAY. VERNE: THEY TAKE OVER FROM THE 20. AND HERE’S THE SWOOP. LEFT SIDE. WARE, A GOOD BLOCK. TODD: TWO GOOD BLOCKS. THE FULLBACK, SOUTHERLAND AND THEN MAS QUOY, THE WIDE RECEIVER. BOTH EXCELLENT BLOCKS TO SPRING HIM TO THE OUTSIDE. YOU BETTER HAVE A FULLBACK THAT LIKES TO BLOCK AND THEY GOT THAT. WATCH SOUTHERLAND GET HIS BLOCK ON THE END. HE’LL CUT DOWN THE OUTSIDE LINEBACKER, JASON MITCHELL. AND THEN MAS QUOY COMES IN MASSAQUOI GETS HIS. VERNE: OMAR GAITHER. ON THE SIDELINE, THIS IS ERIC AINGE, THE SOPHOMORE FROM HILLSBORO, OREGON. TODD: WE SHOWED THE GRAPHIC DETAILING THE INJURIESF RICK CLAUSEN. DON’T KNOW THAT HAS HURT MORE THAN THE CONFIDENCE THAT ERIK AINGE SUFFERED IN THAT O.U. GAME. AND IT’S IMPORTANT TO LEARN FROM THIS, AND APPARENTLY HE’S BEEN DOING THAT THE LAST COUPLE OF WEEKS. ONE PLAY AWAY FROM BEING BACK IN. VERNE: SHOCKLEY, RIG SIDE, LOW. CATCH MADE. SOUTHERLAND, TACKLE MADE. OMAR GAITHER. TODD: BOY, OMAR GAITHER HAD AN OUTSTANDING SEASON. EVERYONE KNEW ABOUT KEVIN SIMON, BUT OMAR GAITHER, A SENIOR OUT OF NORTH CAROLINA, HAS COME ON THIS SENIOR SEASON AND PYED LEFT. HE DOESN’T APPEAR TO BE THE FASTEST GUY OUT THERE BUT HE — THE QUARTERBACK COACH AT GEORGIA SAID THAT THE GUY KEEPS SHOWING UP AND MAKING PLAYS. ON EVERY TAPE HE’S OUT THERE MAKING PLAYS. VERNE: THIRD AND 5. KREGG LUMPKIN IS ON THE FIELD IN THE RUNNING BACK SPOT. AND SHOCKLEY WILL TAKE IT FIVE YARDS BACK. STARTS IN A BLITZ. AND SHOCKLEY ON A — IT IS INCOMPLETE. TODD: AND, AGAIN, WE SEE TWO OFFICIALS WORKING TOGETHER VERY NICELY. IT WAS THROWN TOO FAR OUTSIDE FOR MASSAQUOI. GOOD JOB OF PICKING UP THE BLITZ BY THE GEORGIA OFFENSIVE LINE, BUT THE BALL THROWN TOO FARUTSIDE. A GREATEST BY MASSAQUOI. THAT WAS A CLEAN CATCH, IT WAS A MATTER OF WHETHER HE HAD ANY FEET INBOUNDS. VERNE: GORDON ELY-KELSO ON FOR THE FIFTH TIME IN THIS SLUGFEST. BACK AND FORTH. THE ONLY TOUCHDOWN, A ONE-YARD TOUCHDOWN RUN. AT THE END OF A 14-PLAY DRIVE. AND THE MINTER’S INTERCEPTION TO CLAUSEN JUST — WELL, THAT WAS A BIG STOP. TODD: AFTER THE INTERCEPTION, GET HIM OUT AND GET YOUR OFFENSE BACK ON THE FIELD. VERNE: ELY-KELSO, FINE PUNT. AND TAYLOR AT THE 11. TODD: THERE’S A BLOCK IN THE BACK. A BLOCK IN THE BACK AND BAD FIELD POSITION RIGHT AWAY FOR TENNESSEE. DEMEET RUSS MORLEY, NUMBER 20, WITH THEe1 ILLEGAL BLOCK. I THINK IT WAS 20. SOMETIMES THESE NUMBERS ARE AITTLE HARD TO SEE. VERNE: YEAH, — TODD: IF I HAD LOOKED ON MY CLEAR MONITOR I MIGHT HAVE BEEN ABLE TO SEE IT. REFEREE: ILLEGAL BLOCK IN THE BACK. PACKAGIZED HALF THE DISTANCE TO THE GOAL, FIRST DOWN. VERNE: WELL, IT PAINS ME TO ACKNOWLEDGE IT, YOUR MONITOR IS BIGGER THAN MINE. TIME NOW FOR THE “AFLAC TRIVIA QUESTION .” AND ANSWER, THE LAST TOP 10 TEAM THAT TENNESSEE DEFEATED AT HOME IS — GEORGIA. 37-20, 1999. VERNE: FIRST DOWN. TENNESSEE HAS ALL THREE TOUTHS REMAINING. CLAUSEN STILL HAS IT. GETS PRESSURED AND LET’S IT GO. AND HE’S CAUGHT AND DROPPED. TODD: THAT PLAY-ACTION AND LITTLE HALF OF A BOOTLEG BY RICK SEN AND THE CROSSING ROUTE TO THE SLOT RECEIVER, WELL, THAT’S BEEN OPEN A COUPLE OF TIMES TODAY. YOU FAKE RIGGS AND GET THE DEFENSIVE LINE BACKER GOING

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