OPINION: Jeff Schultz
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Three weeks, or maybe it was a millennium, ago, Georgia’s season didn’t seem to have a ceiling. The Bulldogs had just beaten LSU, survived their potential early-season death march of a schedule, Mark Richt got all choked up, Aaron Murray had a Heisman look to him and the program that came so close to a national championship appearance last year was in a comfortable position for another run.
The problem now isn’t that Georgia has a ceiling. The problem is that the ceiling just caved in. Giant water stains showed in Knoxville. Plaster started falling against Missouri. It all came down Saturday with a 31-27 loss to Vanderbilt.