2004 Georgia vs Arkansas Photos

FAYETTEVILE, AR - Georgia moves its road record to 14-1 under Mark Richt as they beat Arkansas 20-14

Arkansas Cheerleaders

Ken Rucker

Jon Fabris

David Greene and Thomas Brown before the game

David Pollack talks with Matt Jones

Reggie Brown

Danny Ware

Will Thompson

David Greene flips a pass

Des Williams

Max Jean-Gilles

Greg Blue lowers the boom

Fred Gibson takes off for 79 yards

Thomas Brown

Danny Ware

Ware comes up just shy on fourth and goal

Danny Verdun-Wheeler

Matt Jones knocks David Pollack out of the way

Pollack pressues Jones

Fred Gibson with another grab

David Greene

Kelin Johnson

Matt Jones with the stiff arm

Jones can't hide

Fred Gibson

Thomas Brown

Thomas Brown again

Thomas Brown once more

Andy Bailey after a missed FG

Greg Blue

David Pollack, Odell Thurman, and Brian VanGorder

David Pollack breaks the sack record in style - recovering a fumble

Thomas Davis with a big hit

Too many Dawgs

Jeremey Thomas

Kedric Golston and Danny Verdun-Wheeler

Jon Eason, Fred Gibson, and Michael Grant

David Pollack

David Pollack and Jon Fabris

David Greene and Jon Fabris

UGA VI

Leonard Pope with a touchdown grab

Arkansas Cheerleaders

David Greene

Ken Rucker

The defensive sideline

Des Williams

Running backs before the game

Jon Fabris and his star player

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