Georgia Football: Defense Good Enough When It Counted

Posted by Tyler Estep on September-14-2009 Add Comments

You can call it the final stand, a potentially season-changing stop or just Rennie being Rennie.

Either way, Georgia linebacker Rennie Curran swatted down a fourth-down, fourth-quarter throw from South Carolina quarterback Stephen Garcia, keeping the Gamecocks out of the end zone and sealing the Bulldogs' 41-37 win.

The play summarized Georgia's defense as a whole on Saturday—it didn't play great, but made it happen when it counted.

"It was a crazy play in a tough situation," said Curran, Georgia's leading tackler with 15  on Saturday. "But that was just one play that helped us win. We had guys all over the field making plays here and there, making turnovers. That was just part of my effort for...

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