Posted by GameSetMatch on 17th September 2009
Curing Georgia of its strain of yellow fever isn’t as easy as taking a shot of antibiotics and drinking a gallon of orange juice.
The Bulldogs’ penalty flag affliction relapsed last week, despite the off-season effort to inoculate themselves.
Georgia had 13 penalties for 108 yards Saturday against South Carolina and finds itself in a familiar place, near the bottom of the Southeastern Conference in penalties.
“We had been doing pretty well with the penalties,” Georgia linebacker Rennie Curran said. “But sometimes things are going to happen, especially on defense, when you’re playing like your hair is on fire and flying to the ball. It’s something we have to clean up and we have to address and hold each other accountable.”
Click here to read the full article – By Roger Clarkson of Morris News Service