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Dawgs' Blue collars opponents, degree

Greg Blue's success on and off the field will leave a lasting legacy, but the Georgia safety wants to make sure that includes one more win.

Updated: December 30, 2005, 4:34 PM ET
By Chris Low | Special to ESPN.com

It would be difficult to paint Greg Blue's legacy at Georgia with the swipe of one broad brush.

He'll be remembered as the enforcer in the Bulldogs' secondary, a fearsome hitter who caused anyone who dared to venture across the middle to first look out the corner of his eye for that red, silver and black No. 17.

And no. We're not talking NASCAR, either.

David Cutcliffe, Tennessee's new offensive coordinator, said Blue was the best tackler he saw play last season while monitoring ...

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