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SCOTT: Mitchell, Stafford go seperate ways

UGA's Matthew Stafford

A 35-14 win over Oklahoma State in the season opener suggested Georgia might be better than expected, especially for a young team with 24 true freshmen, redshirt freshmen and sophomores among its two-deep depth chart, including true freshmen at both offensive tackle spots.

One week later, a 16-12 home loss to South Carolina gave Georgia its fifth loss in its past seven SEC games and insisted the Bulldogs were not ready for prime time.   Then on Saturday, the Bulldogs came back with a 26-23 overtime victory at Alabama, offering more evidence that the program is headed for bigger, better things this season. That said, the smart thing would be to just let the...

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