ATLANTA (AP) - Georgia coach Mark Richt has no plans to add unnecessary hype before his No. 9 Bulldogs host No. 6 LSU on Saturday.
The last time Georgia was ranked in the top 10 and played a prime-time home game against a top 10 opponent was in 2008, and the Bulldogs were blown out by Alabama.
That was the infamous ``blackout'' game in which players wore black jerseys and all fans were encouraged to wear black attire under the lights at sold-out Sanford Stadium.
Richt says, ``We're not going to do a blackout, no'' as he turns the Bulldogs' focus to correcting problems from Saturday's 45-21 victory over North Texas, which capitalized on mistakes to tie the score early in the third quarter.
Georgia allowed two touchdowns on special teams breakdowns.

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