Georgia Not Motivated by Last Year’s Hail Mary Loss to Tennessee

The last time Georgia and Tennessee met, the Vols won a Hail Mary pass as time expired from Josh Dobbs to Jauan Jennings.
But the Dawgs say they’re not using that play as motivation this week as the two SEC rivals meet again Saturday at Neyland Stadium.
Said defensive back Aaron Davis:”Anytime you watch SEC Network, they like to play it up there as far as the highlights last year. We’ve moved past that because the hail mary was last year.”
Added running back Sony Michel:”How much does it motivate us? I want to say not much. It’s a loss. You never want to take an ‘L’, but that’s last yea. You don’t want to look in the past. All you want to do is build for the future. Right now we’re just focusing on this year and this year’s team.”
Georgia and Tennessee kick at 3:30pm Saturday on News 12 Now.

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