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Georgia-Samford football tickets: Buy, sell tickets for Week 3 game (September 16, 2017)

Georgia-Samford football tickets are available for sale now on TicketCity.com.

The cheapest tickets are going for $37 on TicketCity. The game is being played at Sanford Stadium in Athens, Georgia.

Georgia is coming off a big 20-19 win at Notre Dame in which Bulldogs fans took over Notre Dame Stadium.

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UGA football: How long will defense have to carry the Dawgs?

The Georgia Bulldogs are riding high after a 20-19 win against Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana. Even with quarterback Jacob Eason injured, Georgia got it done against the Fighting Irish and is now 2-0 heading into a non-conference matchup with Samford.

Here’s the latest news out of Athens heading into Week 3:
Georgia’s squeaker over Notre Dame on Saturday night was a great win, but it wasn’t a great game, as the two teams combined to punt the ball 17 times, eight by Georgia, in a largely defensive struggle.

No wonder that, after the game, Georgia coach Kirby Smart said he was thrilled with the result, but wasn’t thrilled with how his team played, especially being flagged 12 times for 127 yards. Granted, a couple of those flags were questionable, but the Dawgs still made a lot of mistakes.

“We tried to give that game away in so many ways,” Smart told Chuck Dowdle in his postgame locker room interview for UGA’s sports radio network.

On the face of it, the Dawgs made too many mistakes to win, and, yet, somehow, they did.

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At Second Glance: More observations about Georgia’s stirring win at Notre Dame

Each week during the season, we re-watch that week’s Georgia football game in order to gain more insight, observations and just plain make sure we didn’t miss anything.

Lorenzo Carter and Davin Bellamy really start to emerge in the second half. That’s when Carter in particular kept making plays. Their collective first half was more quiet. It seems that Georgia’s entire defensive strategy eventually wore down Notre Dame’s blockers, and that’s when Carter and Bellamy pounced, their athleticism proving dominant.

The underrated play of the game may have been midway through the third quarter, a first down when Bellamy ran around Notre Dame left tackle Mike McGlinchy, applying pressure to force an incompletion. Notre Dame was driving, and a touchdown there would have made it 20-10. Instead the drive stalled after that play.

What’s so impressive about those two guys is that on that final series, Georgia was rushing four-on-five, saving its numbers for the back end — and Bellamy and Carter still broke through.

But the takeaway from watching is the number of Georgia defensive players who deserve plaudits.

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