MSU, Georgia share dire need for turnaround victory after shaky starts

What’s happened to Georgia?

Losses to South Carolina and Arkansas have left room for concern, which is only heightened when it’s revealed this Bulldogs program is off to their first 0-2 start in the SEC in 17 years.

Even the players, still preparing and hoping to bounce back against Mississippi State on Saturday, find it hard to believe.

“It definitely doesn’t happen to Georgia teams,” receiver Tavarres King said this week. “I can’t remember the last time it happened to me. But everyone is still upbeat. No one is down. No goal is too big for this team. There’s a lot of football left to play and a lot left to be said.”