GEORGIA
Between the hedges??
For the second straight week, Tennessee was forced to watch their opponent storm their home field in defeat.
LSU started the trend on Sept. 30, and Georgia followed their lead last Saturday.
But what the Dawgs, unlike the Tigers, didn't have in their celebration was class.
UGA President Michael Adams and athletic director Vince Dooley should be thoroughly embarrassed at the national display by their student body.
Fans clinging to the goal posts with 1:30 remaining and running rampant through the east end zone, that's ridiculous.
Furthering the ludicrous nature of the celebration was the serious injury to a freshman student, who was trampled by the overly enthusiastic crowd.
At last report, the girl was upgraded to good condition.
Dooley was upset at the state of the famed Georgia hedges, which are now reduced to rubble.
You could see a total disregard for the pride and tradition we have in our own place, Dooley told The Associated Press.
Greer to transfer
After sitting out a five-game suspension for violating unspecified team rules, UGA senior wide receiver Michael Greer has decided to forego his final season with Georgia, opting to wait until next fall and finish up with a Division II school.
Speculations surrounding the violation indicate it is serious due to the length of his suspension.
In his three years at UGA, Greer caught 49 passes for 738 yards and five TDs. He was also a punt returner for the Dawgs.

LSU
Who wants to be a quarterback?
LSU head coach Nick Saban is starting to sweat a little bit.
Not only did his team get trampled, 41-9, in The Swamp last weekend against Florida, but now he has a deficiency at the quarterback position.
The Tigers' No. 1 QB, Rohan Davey is still fighting through an ankle injury that has seemingly hampered him since his arrival in Baton Rouge.
He couldn't apply any pressure to the swollen leg earlier in the week and it's expected that he will be out against Kentucky on Saturday.
Complicating the quarterback situation is backup Josh Booty's bruised ribs. He is questionable for the game with the Wildcats.
Enter Matt Mauck, a 21-year-old freshman from Indiana who signed with LSU after an ill-fated minor league baseball career with the Chicago Cubs.
Mauck is taking the majority of the snaps for LSU and Saban said that the Tigers will call upon him if they need him.
compiled by Travis Haney