ATHENS, Ga. (AP) - Georgia suddenly has renewed cause to feel
good about the future.
The future is the Bulldogs' freshman class.
First-year players scored Georgia's first four touchdowns in a
38-0 win over Tennessee Tech on Saturday.
The freshmen began their big day when Washaun Ealey scored the
first of his two touchdowns on Georgia's opening drive.
There was more: Tight end Orson Charles had a 23-yard touchdown
catch, Branden Smith ran 52 yards on a direct snap and Ealey added
a 44-yard touchdown run on the first play of the second quarter.
Ealey's second score gave the freshmen a 28-0 lead over the Golden
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