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Bears coach Matt Nagy has 2 new toys to play with in Riley Ridley and David Montgomery

For Cortez Hankton, it was a moment in late-September that fully validated Riley Ridley's competitive edge. Georgia was protecting a fourth-quarter lead on the road at Missouri. Less than five minutes remained. And the Bulldogs were backed into third-and-11 at the Tigers' 42.

"Really, it was, 'Do we take a shot here to end the game? Or do we play it safe?' " the Georgia receivers coach said Saturday afternoon. "And I just remember talking to our offensive staff and I said, 'Look, give him a chance and he's going to

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