Bama (Natl Champ)
Alabama Crimson Tide (National Championship)
L, 23-26

Big showdown up in Knoxville this weekend where the Dawgs have a chance to establish themselves as the team to beat in the SEC East race. This series has been really interesting the way the home team has jumped all over the visitor lately. Blow outs to the Vols in 2007 and 2009 have caused many Dawgs fans to cringe a bit at the thought of heading up to Knoxville. Not me. I'm not buying Tennessee, yet. I think they still have more rebuilding to do before they are really ready to compete week in and week out (though I'm sure many could say the same about UGA). The big "if" here is whether or not UGA can resolve our recent mind-blowing meltdowns on special teams and offense. Does everyone really realize that special teams and the offense have been responsible for 41 of the opposition's points in the last 4 games and the defense only 27? Not to mention the points left on the field by settling for field goals, missing field goals and phantom out of bounds calls (Crowell stayed in bounds). If Georgia can shore up these issues, I truly believe we could be looking at a 2 touchdown Dawg win (something like 31-17). If they persist, it'll be a nail-biter that could go either way.

Anyway, the real purpose for this post is to highlight another great prospect review by kingjamez. I posted the first review on Jonathan Taylor back on September 8th. Today is 2012 prospect Josh Harvey-Clemons. I've made him my 'Daily Recruit' there on your right, and you can also view Harvey-Clemons's prospect profile by navigating the menu above or by clicking here. Again, big thanks to Kingjamez!

Josh Harvey-ClemonsJosh Harvey-Clemons
Lowndes High School