Georgia and Georgia Tech win because they GOTTA win

The Fearless Friday Forecast:

1. Georgia Tech at North Carolina: There is no nice way to say it. Last week at Kansas was a bad loss for the men of The Institute. But there is a sense of urgency at Georgia Tech as it prepares to go to Chapel Hill because every game in tightly-bunched Coastal Division will be crucial. There is also a sense of frustration at North Carolina as a promising season may soon start to unravel if the Tar Heels don’t win this one. If the Tar Heels had all of their talented defenders, I’d be tempted to go with the home team. Barring some last minute announcement on Friday or Saturday, those seven defensive starters won’t be there for this game. I’m going with the Jackets. Georgia Tech 28, North Carolina 21.

2. Arkansas at Georgia: There isn’t a whole lot of positive energy coming out of Athens today. The Bulldogs got manhandled on both lines of scrimmage at South Carolina. The offensive line couldn’t run block and the defense could not tackle. My friend Lee Corso says two of the greatest motivators in college football are Urgency and need for Redemption. Georgia is feeling a lot of both right now. Georgia 31, Arkansas 21.

3. Florida at Tennessee: Florida’s offense was awful in the first game against Miami of Ohio. It got a little better last week against USF. The Gators are just too talented not to get better and will take another step forward in Knoxville, where the reality of Tennessee’s situation set in during the second half against Oregon last week. Derek Dooley called out his team for not competing once they fell behind to the Ducks. Let’s see how the Volunteers respond this week when they face more adversity. Florida 35, Tennessee 17.

4. Clemson at Auburn: After scoring only 17 points last week against Mississippi State why do I get the feeling that Auburn is going to put together a very complete game at home? We didn’t learn a lot about Clemson in wins over North Texas and Presbyterian. But I just don’t think Dabo Swinney’s bunch can match the offensive firepower that Auburn will have. Auburn 31, Clemson 21.

5. Miss. State at LSU: LSU beat North Carolina in Atlanta and then went to Vanderbilt and won pretty easily. Now the Tigers get three straight home games (Mississippi State, West Virginia, Tennessee) before going to Florida on Oct. 9. I’m watching this game to see if backup quarterback Jarrett Lee gets a chance to jump start an anemic offense. Regardless, LSU wins at home. LSU 24, Mississippi State 10.

6. Vanderbilt at Ole Miss: Jeremiah Masoli will get the start at quarterback and will run an offense that is going to get better each week. The same cannot be said about the Vanderbilt offense. Ole Miss gets three straight home games before going to Alabama on Oct. 16. Ole Miss 27, Vanderbilt 10.

7. Alabama at Duke:  Lot of history here. Duke coach David Cutcliffe went to Alabama and was once a graduate assistant to Bear Bryant. Wallace Wade, for whom Duke’s stadium is named, won three national championships at Alabama before leaving for Duke in 1931. Wallace Wade Stadium will add 3,900 temporary seats just to get to about 38,000. The only question is how long Nick Saban will go with his starters because a big trip to Arkansas is coming  up next week. Alabama 42, Duke 10.

8. BYU at Florida State: Hopefully Florida State has forgotten what an awful performance it had at Oklahoma last week. BYU, which is leaving the Mountain West to become an Independent after this season, got its fans excited with a win over Washington in week one. But last week the Cougars got steamrolled, giving up 409 yards rushing to Air Force in a 35-14 loss. Florida State will do the same. Florida State 35, BYU 10.

9. Notre Dame at Michigan State: After two easy wins over Western Michigan and Florida Atlantic, Michigan State finally gets a test against the Irish, who lost to Michigan on a late touchdown last week. Traditionally, Michigan State has had trouble with the spread offense under  Mark Dantonio and Brian Kelly, the new Notre Dame coach, is a spread guru. Notre Dame came close to getting its first significant win under Kelly last week. Saturday the Irish get it done. Notre Dame 21, Michigan State 20.

10. Jacksonville at Georgia State: Jacksonville State is 2-0 after a huge upset at Ole Miss (49-48 OT) on Sept. 4 and then a 21-17 win over Chattanooga. Jack Crowe’s Gamecocks simply have too many athletes for Georgia State.  But if Bill Curry’s Panthers are going to  play in the CAA down the road, this is the level of competition they must eventually match. It just won’t happen on Saturday. Jacksonville State 42, Georgia State 20.

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403 comments Add your comment

Dawg Paw

September 17th, 2010
5:47 pm

BAMA dude don’t go away mad.

The DAWGS will pound bama in the SECCG. Hide and watch my friend.

dawg day afternoon

September 17th, 2010
5:49 pm

Aw, looks like the bama fan got frustrated and left. Poor guy is probably upset that he’s swinging a small hammer.

Dawg Paw

September 17th, 2010
5:51 pm

I wish we played those punks this year. They lose 2 or 3 this year easy.

Beast from the East

September 17th, 2010
5:52 pm

Dawg Paw,
It’s time to wake up. Wake up! Wake up!

Dawg Paw

September 17th, 2010
6:01 pm

I’m the real beast around here. We’ll beat bama soon enough.

Tomorrow we beat the hell out of ARK.

UGA 63
ARk 9

Beast from the East

September 17th, 2010
6:04 pm

Dawg Paw,
We’ll find out in less than 24 hours. I’ll take Arkansas and the 53 1/2 points. LOL!
Good luck!

superDawg

September 17th, 2010
6:05 pm

Looking forward to Georgia getting it together.

dawg day afternoon

September 17th, 2010
6:36 pm

Rammer? Jammer?

I barely know ‘er!

Ed

September 17th, 2010
6:36 pm

Other than that down period beginning with the Great Depression and continuing until the first Gulf War, Florida football has been pretty good.

Delbert D.

September 17th, 2010
7:18 pm

Go to the “NCAA turns down appeal of AJ Green suspension” blog. It’s moving like wildfire.

Palladin

September 17th, 2010
8:03 pm

@Chief Knockahoma

I do appreciate an ardent fan. Auburn might well be a very good team this year, but they haven’t yet proved that they are. They won both of their games so far — true enough. But they haven’t played a proven quality opponent, nor have they established a long winning streak.

Their defense gave up too much in yardage and points in the opener to what should have been an inferior opponent. The offense made some big plays, but they were inconsistent. Against MS State, they only had one sustained offensive drive — on the opening kickoff. All of the rest of the points came from turnovers. Auburn also gave up some turnovers in that game. We don’t really know how good MS State is yet, so it’s hard to tell whether Auburn should have come so close to losing that game. It did come right down to the wire.

You’re right that teams have up and down weeks and we might not have yet seen Auburn’s best game. They have a shot at presenting some evidence tomorrow evening.

Dawg in Ohio

September 17th, 2010
8:32 pm

Dawgs beat ark easy—their D can’t handle king and ealey. Murray lights up their weak D for 40 points. Dawgs 40 hogs 22

Delusions of grandeur

September 17th, 2010
9:43 pm

Dawg Paw

September 17th, 2010
5:47 pm
BAMA dude don’t go away mad.

“The DAWGS will pound bama in the SECCG. Hide and watch my friend.”

I see the dawg fans still have these delusions of winning. So now they think they can beat the Bama. I guess they didn’t get enough of a beating from the blackout game. And now you got morons like Dawg in Ohio saying UGA wins by 18. Where do they find these delusional folks?

Sean

September 17th, 2010
9:46 pm

Georgia is NOT winning. Ga. Tech might, only because UNC is short handed.

Sean

September 17th, 2010
9:46 pm

Razorback BBQ plate

September 17th, 2010
10:09 pm

Petrino is marching back to the State of Georgia after flipping off the Falcons.

No AJ Green-back

September 17th, 2010
10:13 pm

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September 17th, 2010
10:38 pm

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college football

September 17th, 2010
11:13 pm

If Georgia loses tomorrow, it will be the second on the 5 they will lose, other losses will be to Miss St., Florida, Auburn and the Colorado and Tech games are iffy. This could be a long season.

neutral observor

September 17th, 2010
11:18 pm

Georgia and GT fans need to both shut up. You both suck. I just watched Southern Miss blast Kansas which lost to North Dakota state also. But who did kansas beat? You guessed it. Tech. As for Georgia come on. These chumps went 8-5 last year, got whipped by Carolina. This is another bad football team. Even the kenucky mildcats own the dogs.

neutral observer

September 17th, 2010
11:19 pm

So yeah. Shut up both of you already

Sam

September 18th, 2010
12:31 am

I predict that the Dawgs will win in a close one tomorrow, 24-17. The Dawgs will bounce back from the poor offensive showing of last week. The D will overcome the tackling issue and get it done. I am encouraged by the D considering the 24 total points allowed thus far in the season. This is not a terrible/bad/mediocre team by any stretch. The talent is there, it just has to be coached up and issues have to be addressed and worked on after each game. Grantham has already made great strides, my main concern is Bobo. I prefer that Richt take over the play calling but that’s not likely to happen. Take the reigns off of Murray and let him play his style of QB. Go Dawgs!

HOG MAN

September 18th, 2010
2:03 am

dawg paw your an Idiot…be here after the butt kicking the Hogs put on your cry baby mutts.Let me know what you think about it.63 points by uga LOL LOL LOL…yea, maybe in 5 games in the SEC.btw whos the idiot posting a score from last year?? I say pups lose to US,Auburn,Fla,Missy ST.,and GT,with close games with Colorado and Ken.uga you SUCK!!

[...] Georgia will win because it has to win, predicts Tony Barnhart of the AJC. [...]

Old Dawg Fan

September 18th, 2010
8:54 am

Tony, How out of touch are you with UGA “football”??? Georgia is a team that is lacking in so many areas-They will “NOT” beat Arkansas today!!!!! Poor coaching and pathetic players make for a loss!!!
Did you not see last weeks game???

Dixie Redcoat Band

September 18th, 2010
10:15 am

The great aj is history,( word on the street he’s selling t-shirts outside Sandford Stadium,) time for the DAWGS to step up and forget about this guy! We’re on our way to see the Spartans smack ND tonight.

Will always be 10-9 in Dallas

September 18th, 2010
10:35 am

UGA does not have the type of men that are able to “man up” as a team. They are lacking in the core ingredient ……….mental toughness like a Tommy Thurson had at UGA.

UGA lost H Walker and went like 9-1 and faced # 1 Texas in the Cotton Bowl back in the early 80s. We lost Walker who was far, far, far more impactful than AJ would ever have been ………ever.

UGA played D and handled Texas in the then BIG BOY Cotton Bowl in a D struggle ………..they played like men.

UGA that year ended up # 4 without Walker on the final poll.

I am sick of this whining about some selffish punk that will not be remembered as well as Jimmy Shirah is or Jimmy Polus is or Glenn Harrsion is or Edgar Chandler or a Royce Smith is. How about a Bill Krugg or a Jeff Sanchez or a Scott Woerner or a Jimmy Payne?? Men all.

Go Dogs ………..act like men.

Palladin

September 18th, 2010
12:30 pm

Georgia is playing some pretty aggressive defense right now. It’s not mistake-free, but they’re gettin’ after it.

Palladin

September 18th, 2010
12:34 pm

Poor kick coverage from the special teams unit, but good luck on the penalty. This game will be more interesting than either HC had hoped.

Palladin

September 18th, 2010
12:36 pm

Must be laundry day at Sanford?

lawzoo

September 18th, 2010
3:35 pm

You were a week late and a team short . ‘Em dawgs didn’t win on a last minute FG.

‘Em dawgs lost on a last minute td. By ‘Em hawgs not ‘Em dawgs.

Sorry Tony Barnyard maybe next week…….nah!…

Mike Bobo 17 INT

September 18th, 2010
4:08 pm

Any comments Mr. College Football? UGA had to win, but cannot win, because they are overrated, undercoached and have no clue which direction they want to go.

Until you begin hammering on this program and ask for top-level improvement, this program will continue to spins it’s wheels in the mud and at 0-2 in the SEC east the mud is very deep.

WISHED CALVIN JOHNSON WENT 2 UGA

September 18th, 2010
4:11 pm

MARK RICHT IS TO SOFT! FIRE HIM AND BOZO!

powhownd

September 18th, 2010
4:27 pm

What kind of offensive mastermind dials up a go pattern on 3rd and 4 with under 2 minutes, ball at midfield, at home, against a ranked opponent, with a freshman quarterback in a TIE game?

HOG MAN

September 18th, 2010
4:27 pm

OK dawg paw Im here as promised….where are you….63 points my butt..like I said uga may score 63 in 5SEC games put together.Hogs win,in EVER phase of the game.ugas young QB (if the O line can keep him healthy) WILL be a force to reckon with by the time hes a Junior.Today he for the most part didnt seem to know where he wanted to go with the ball.At times looked VERY mature.I think most of the uga fans were very knowledgable in College football and understands uga has to have a growing time with their QB and new 3 -4 D.Then you have IDIOTS like dawg paw.I saw a few GT remarks on here as well,(they have NOTHING to crow about)but after seeing them,I went to a GT blog.Whats the obsession with GT, dawgs??Yall are SEC the # 1 conference and beat them about ever time yall play them.Yall have 10 to 1 people on there blogs as they do here..Just wondering!!

Tony gets a free pass

September 18th, 2010
7:53 pm

I’m a TB fan….but I lose respect 4 u when you make silly predictions and sleep like a bear until Monday…

GT Fan ...

September 18th, 2010
10:07 pm

Tony … you are not very good at “predicting” games. Gee, let me put 10 petty much “no brainer” games on my sheet and see how good I am at prediciting the winner……..

Aiken29801

September 18th, 2010
10:29 pm

All the positive energy coming out of Athens belonged to the Razorbacks, you bunch of morons.

just a thought

September 18th, 2010
11:05 pm

only thing ugay can hope for at this point is that nobody gets arrested tonight or caught drunk and driving, hit and run …good luck with that it is saturday night

Bama fan

September 19th, 2010
12:54 am

Dawg Paw

September 17th, 2010
6:01 pm
I’m the real beast around here. We’ll beat bama soon enough.

Tomorrow we beat the hell out of ARK.

UGA 63
ARk 9

Dawg paw,

Do you still want a piece of Alabama? Serious? You gonna beat us soon enough? uh huh. Sure buddy.

Bama fan

September 19th, 2010
12:57 am

Dawg Paw

September 17th, 2010
5:47 pm
BAMA dude don’t go away mad.

The DAWGS will pound bama in the SECCG. Hide and watch my friend

Dawg Paw

September 17th, 2010
5:51 pm
I wish we played those punks this year. They lose 2 or 3 this year easy

Dawgpaw,

Where you at tonight dawgpaw? What was that about us having 2-3 losses easy? you sure it was us you was talking about? Or were you looking in the mirror boy?

Grady Jackson *Barber Shop*

September 19th, 2010
8:13 am

Tony,
When is wonder boy Brian Kelly at Notre Dame going to get his
SIGNATURE WIN,

I hope he never does.

Jerry

September 19th, 2010
9:57 am

Ga State did much better than your prediction. Took JSU to OT just like ole miss!

Palladin

September 19th, 2010
10:17 am

Week 3

SEC Stock Report:

Alabama – UP – A 62-13 victory over Duke is adequate. Ingram exceeds 100 yards rushing early in the first quarter.

Next Up: Arkansas

Arkansas – UP – A 31-24 win over Georgia proves that Mallet can win one on the road.

Next Up: Alabama

Auburn – UP – They might have lost the first 58 minutes, but that doesn’t actually count for anything. Auburn 27 – Clemson 24.

Next Up: South Carolina

Florida – UP – Coach Dooley’s motley crew makes a valiant effort, but falls short. Florida wins 31-17.

Next Up: Kentucky

Georgia – DOWN – Hawgs too much for Dawgs. Arkansas 31 – Georgia 24.

Next Up: Mississippi State

Kentucky – UP – The Cats prevail 47-10 over the Zips.

Next Up: Florida

LSU – UP – A 29-7 drubbing of Mississippi State.

Next Up: West Virginia

Mississippi – DOWN – A 28-14 loss to Vandy places them firmly in the SEC basement.

Next Up: Fresno State

Mississippi State – DOWN – Bulldogs can’t handle the Bayou Bengals. LSU 29 – MSU 7.

Next Up: Georgia

South Carolina – UP – Chickens cruise past Furman 38-19.

Next Up: Auburn

Tennessee – DOWN – It’s gonna be a long season for the Vols. UF 31 – UT 17.

Next Up: UAB

Vanderbilt – UP – Vandy hands off last place status to the West with a 28-14 victory over Ole Miss.

Next Up: Bye Week

SEC not so tough

September 19th, 2010
10:41 am

SEC (Auburn) got by ACC (Clemson),
by the thinnest of margins.

Clemson was definetly the better looking team until Auburn roughed up their QB.

lawzoo

September 19th, 2010
11:25 am

Apparently only Tech really had to win. ‘Em dawgs didn’t think it necessary.

SEC watch

September 19th, 2010
11:28 am

Both Georgia and Misssissippi State are 2-6
in their past eight SEC games.
OUCH !

Palladin

September 19th, 2010
12:20 pm

@SEC not so tough

I would agree that Auburn and Clemson appear to be equally matched teams.

I fail to understand how that amounts to a knock on the SEC. Clemson may well prove to be the best team in the ACC, regardless of current W/L records.

Smash

September 19th, 2010
1:37 pm

I don’t think Tony is real good at his job! Stop the homer picks and be a professional!

Tony B ROCKS!

September 19th, 2010
4:21 pm