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Mark Richt

ATHENS -- Getting over a crushing loss to Tennessee was hard enough for Georgia coach Mark Richt on Saturday evening. It was even tougher on Sunday, as he watched the tape from the 19-14 defeat that dropped his Bulldogs from No. 3 to No. 12 in the national rankings and into a huge hole in the Southeastern Conference race.

No longer, he realized, can his team's offensive problems be dismissed by saying one player is taking a turn making a mistake on each play. The Bulldogs (4-1, 2-1 SEC) weren't even close to good in gaining 265 total yards against the Volunteers. "This game, we had more than the one guy making a mistake," Richt said. "We had multiple problems. Some of it was Tennessee playing well, but some of... Recommended Stories