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Dawgs' secondary is no weak link

Georgia's secondary ha played much better than most expected. Even Georgia Head Coach Mark Richt said that he was "a little bit surprised" about how well the secondary has played thus far this season.

"Young and inexperienced" was a good way to describe Georgia's secondary and in particular its cornerbacks coming into the 2002 season. Tim Wansley, Jermaine Phillips, and Terrell Bierria all NFL caliber players, had to be replaced by green rookies and true freshmen. The Bulldog secondary was considered the lone weakness on the 2002 team. But now, deep into the season and with a division title...

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