Steve Spurrier held his weekly press conference on Tuesday to preview the Georgia game. The highlights:
* Spurrier pointed out that the winner of the USC-Georgia game isn't guaranteed anything. The last two years are evidence. The past three years have been grand, but they are the past three years.
* Bruce Ellington is 100 percent. Busta Anderson is going to try and play. Cody Waldrop has a sprained foot and is a wait-and-see. He'll try to practice Wednesday or Thursday. If he can't play, Clayton Stadnik will start at center.
* Connor Shaw will be starting his first game in Athens. "Hopefully he won't be too fired up." Spurrier remembers that he never got to play his home-state team (Tennessee) in his career but he did get to play at Vanderbilt one year. For Shaw and all of the Georgia natives, "sometimes you look forward to something so much that it doesn't turn out so well."
* Spurrier liked the offensive line's play against North Carolina. Shaw had some great runs.
* T.J. Gurley got a game ball from UNC. He's starting this week in place of Kadetrix Marcus (shoulder). He's playing well and also gets to play against his home-state school.
* Spurrier hopes for a progression in the passing game. It wasn't that bad against UNC, but it can be better.
* Elliott Fry rewarded the coach's confidence. "He answered the call and hopefully he'll make all his kicks again."
* Spurrier is hoping that Jadeveon Clowney will be ready to play every play. He's learned that the camera is on him every play. The heat did affect him last week, but he could have played better.
* Georgia natives Chaz Sutton and Gurley each spoke about how fun it is to face their home-state school. All are enthused about playing some of their old high-school buddies/opponents.
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