UGA's practices continue in preperation for Sugar Bowl

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Monday, Dec. 31, 2018

NEW ORLEANS (WRDW/WAGT) -- The SEC and Big 12 play two different styles of football.

SEC teams feature run-heavy schemes and nationally ranked defenses, while the big 12 boasts some of the top passing offenses. Tomorrow, the Bulldogs will face a Texas quarterback, who loves to use his arm.

Practices continued today in New Orleans, in preparation for Tuesday's Sugar Bowl.

Georgia's defensive players are ready to go, as they feel they've been battle-tested all season long. The Dawgs are more than confident they can slow down the Longhorn's passing game.

"We just got to play together as a team. Try to cut out all mistakes and execute. We just want to do what we've been doing. Just make a statement. The SEC, we don't want to disappoint the SEC. So, you know, just want to get it done," junior linebacker, Tae Crowder said.

Georgia and Texas get things kicked off tomorrow at 8:45 p.m.