Big Game, Week 2: Georgia at Notre Dame

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It’s redemption Saturday for one of these teams.


Georgia travels to South Bend this Saturday night to take on Notre Dame.

Courtesy: Irish Football Rant

Both teams had impressive Week 1 wins. With a win tonight one of these teams will make a huge non-conference statement. That’s because both programs have underachieved over the past few years, and this game provides an opportunity to get a new lease on football life–on the national stage, no less.

Georgia enters the game with a freshman QB after the starter went down with an injury last week. Notre Dame, on the other hand, dominated a Temple team–a squad that seemed to be a shell of what it was last year, mostly because of graduation losses.┬áThe Irish ran for almost 500 yards last week, which is a solid performance no matter who you’re playing.

I feel this will be a tight game that should go down to the wire. I’ll take the Irish at home on a late field goal, 30-27.

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About Brian Trapani

Brian Trapani was born and raised in Central New Jersey and now lives in Monmouth County. As a kid, he played different sports but had a special love for baseball. Brian played the game through college. He got immediately into coaching after graduating and has been coaching in some capacity for the last 15 years. Brian currently coaches a middle school baseball team at a small school down the Jersey Shore. He also works as a Special Education Teacher. Beyond coaching, Brian loves all sports. He’ll watch any game at any time. His favorites are baseball (of course) and football. He also loves sharing his passion for sports through writing. Brian appreciates any and all feedback about his sportswriting, whether it’s positive or negative. Happy reading, sports fans! (Oh, almost forgot…. Brian is also a proud first-time uncle and godfather to a beautiful 7-month baby girl. :)



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