KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- One of the big stories of this game has been the job Georgia's secondary has done on Tennessee receiver Da'Rick Rogers.
Branden Smith and Brandon Boykin have both been on him at different points in the game, and Rogers has just three catches for 38 yards late in the fourth quarter. His longest catch is 13 yards.
He came into the game with 27 catches for 442 yards and six touchdowns, but hasn't been much of a factor in this game.
Being from Calhoun, Ga., and having initially committed to Georgia during the recruiting process before switching to Tennessee at the last minute, Rogers had said this game was personal for him.
It's also been a big disappointment, at least to this point.