Well… yeah.

Swift carried the Bulldogs’ offense in a waterlogged 21-0 win over Kentucky, running for a season-high 179 yards and 2 of UGA’s 3 touchdowns amid the slop. As usual, the numbers don’t quite do Swift justice.

That marked his 5th game this season over 100 scrimmage yards, best in the conference, all of them hard-earned on a night when putting the ball in the air was … not productive, to say the least…

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  1. PNWDawg

    Nothing to boo here

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  2. Derek

    “We’re going to do what we need to do to win games,” Swift said. “And if people don’t like what we’re doing, they shouldn’t come to the games.”

    Word.

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    • Scorpio Jones, III

      or write unending bullshit about not liking what “we” are doing wrong?….thank you Mr. Swift, the clarity of your thinking is admirable.

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  3. more spinners

    Think I already posted on this site this post game he was my choice hands down.
    Congrats Swift!

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  4. Bulldog Joe

    44 rushes, 401 yards, and 4 touchdowns vs. UK in three years.

    Now there’s a man who loves playing Kentucky.

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  5. Uglydawg

    Congratulations to D’Andre!
    May he win the same honor two weeks from today!

    Also, I think Brian Herrien provided some pretty good spark late in the game.

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  6. ApalachDawg

    I heart Mr Swift.

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  7. Salty Dawg

    Thank you, Mr. Swift for carrying this team and being our stand-out player! I’m so glad and proud that you’re a Dawg. Now for the bad news. You better change your tune because that won’t fly in the NFL, which I assume that’s your destination. That world will take your lunch money and eat your lunch in front of you until you learn some humility and your skin grows thicker. GO DAWGS!

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  8. Hogbody Spradlin

    That maybe, could be, the best one man show since a certain Sugar Bowl involving a freshman running back and a stout defense.

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  9. illinidawg

    “Former Georgia and Miami coach Mark Richt survived a major scare after suffering a heart attack on Monday morning, according to a post he made on social media.

    “I am assuming word travels fast. So I wanted to be able to inform everyone that I did have a heart attack this morning,” the 59-year-old Richt tweeted on Monday. “I am doing fine. As I went through the experience I had peace knowing I was going to heaven but I was going to miss my wife. I plan to be at work this week.””

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