Dawgs Expect Noisy Time at Neyland Stadium

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Updated: 10/03/2013 6:38 pm

For Georgia, you have to wonder if they are more concerned with Vols team 117 or Vols crowd 102,000. Said head coach Mark Richt,"Tremendous atmosphere. We'll have a few people wearing red and black in there, but it won't be many compared to what we're going to be facing." Said quarterback Aaron Murray,"It's fun. It's a great stadium. Like I said, great environment and great fans. They're going to be loud and screaming, playing Rocky Top non-stop. Probably going to want to shoot myself at the end of the game." Added receiver Justin Scott-Wesley,"We've got Rocky Top playing on the loud speaker all week. I'm pretty sure we'll be ready."

Rocky atop aside, the Dawgs know Tennessee has talent. Said Dawgs receiver Chris Conley,"Tennessee is a team that can play in this league, and every team that plays in this league can win on any given Saturday. We have to go into this game plan prepared for Tennessee and prepared for the tempo they're going to play at and the play-makers they have outside."

Much of the Vols talent lies in their offensive line. Said Richt,"Their offensive line is very experienced. Their offensive line is one of the best in the country. Maybe every one of those guys will play in the NFL."

Georgia expects to see a lively Big Orange team. Said Richt,"Really outstanding football team. Great coaching staff. I know they are hungry for a big victory, but we are too."

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