Georgia football fans celebrate UGA's third consecutive league game in the SEC, and DawgNation provides unprecedented video coverage every day in a series entitled Road to Atlanta – presented by Kroger. Every day host Brandon Adams will cover all the latest news and key stories as the Bulldogs prepare for LSU. The latest edition of Road to Atlanta discusses what UGA fans had to say about news of UGA coach Kirby Smart on the injured shoulder of defenseman D'Andre Swift on Monday.
Watch: UGA fans respond to Kirby Smart update on Andre Swift
Georgia coach Kirby Smart apparently demoted defender Andre Swift's shoulder Monday when Smart said he "hoped" that Swift would play Saturday in the SEC championship game after repeating several times over the weekend that he was "good".
Is it because Swift is more hurt than what Smart initially suggested? Is this an example of Smart's mindset knowing that LSU is as curious about Swift status as UGA fans, or is it just a matter of course? Laconic answer to a question that Smart was tired of answering?
Of course, no one knows, but that did not stop Bulldogs fans from speculating and asking their own questions on key issues that could affect the SEC's SEC championship Monday night on Road to Atlanta – premiere of the DawgNation SEC Championship game (Video below).
In addition to the Swift topic, UGA fans can also hear …
- It's smart about two aspects of LSU rostering that do not get as much attention as quarterback Joe Burrow, but who he says could be a big factor Saturday – Clyde Edwards Tigers defense and running back -Helaire
- Linebacker Azeez Ojulari on his first SEC championship game
- And wide receiver Tyler Simmons on his message to George Pickens – suspended for the first half against LSU
Log on to Road to Atlanta – presented by Kroger and the Georgia United Credit Union – each evening at 6:00 pm for a taste of the clash between Georgia and LSU, and join DawgNation on Thursday night at Marlow's in Peachtree Corners for a special event. live broadcast featuring Brandon Adams, Jeff Sentell and former UGA American Jon Stinchcomb.