Dogs and Pokes: Underrated vs. overrated?

In rating five teams that preseason estimations may have overrated and five that might prove to have been underrated, Rivals.com senior college football writer Olin Buchanan has put an interesting spin on the Sept. 5 season opener in Stillwater. Georgia is one of the teams he pegs as “possibly underrated” and Oklahoma State makes his list of “possibly overrated” programs.

His advice on the Bulldogs: “Don’t take them too lightly. Georgia has posted at least 10 wins in six of the past seven seasons and should have another strong year.” He thinks the offensive line “could be among the nation’s best with Trinton Sturdivant back in the lineup” and says wide receiver A.J. Green “could gain superstar status this season.”

Defensively, “tackle Jeff Owens is back from injury, and he, Geno Atkins and Kade Weston provide an outstanding rotation.” The linebackers are solid and while “the secondary needs to get better,” he says, “at least there are good athletes to work with in the defensive backfield.” The Dogs have a demanding early schedule, but “if the Bulldogs get through that, the Top 10 beckons — maybe even the top five.”

His capper goes into territory that even the most optimistic Dogs fan is probably hesitant to enter: “Three times in the BCS era, teams won national championships the season following an NFL draft in which their previous quarterback was the first player selected overall (Tennessee, LSU and USC). Could Georgia make it four?”

As for Okie State, Buchanan says, “No doubt, there are reasons to expect a big season in Stillwater. Dez Bryant is the best receiver in the country. Kendall Hunter is an explosive running back. Zac Robinson is a third-year starter at quarterback. Russell Okung could be the first offensive lineman taken in next year’s NFL draft.”

The problem, he says, is that all those players are on offense. “The defense could bring the Cowboys down like an anchor. Don’t forget that six opponents scored at least 28 points against the Cowboys last season, and that they were among the nation’s worst in pass rush and pass defense. Six starters return on the defense, but only one in the secondary.” 

There are some questions about the offense, too, Buchanan says. “Remember, the Cowboys bogged down when Bryant was hurt in the fourth quarter of last year’s 42-31 Holiday Bowl loss to Oregon.”

Of course, Georgia allowed an opponent to score more than 35 points five times last season. And the bulk of the Dogs’ offensive production came from players no longer on the team.

And there’s no doubt Buchanan is swimming against the media stream here, as the Cowboys have been annointed as a preseason juggernaut by most national analysts. 

But then the Dogs know how that can turn out.

Talking to UGA fans about the upcoming match, I haven’t been able to get a consensus yet. Quite a few are marking down the opener as one of the Dogs’ likely losses, feeling that Georgia just won’t be able to stop the Cowboys’ offense while our own rebuilding offense might not be ready to keep up that early in the season. Other Dogs fans are resistant to the hype surrounding the Pokes and smell another Boise State or Hawaii. Overrated, in other words.

What do you think?

212 comments Add your comment

Maddog

July 16th, 2009
10:44 am

I agree.

UGA = underrated

OSU = overrated.

Clay

July 16th, 2009
10:45 am

I have a good feeling about this game. Georgia will be prepared. This will be like a bowl game, I feel. Oklahoma State will have to beat UGA–UGA will not beat themselves in this game. This reminds me of opening games of years not too far gone by: Boise State and these Cowboys. Each time we heard about how UGA wasn’t ready for what these guys were going to bring and each time UGA dismantled them. I don’t know if I’m as confident than Olin Buchanan, but I like UGA’s chances in this game.

DawginLex

July 16th, 2009
10:50 am

The problem with this game is that it is the opener in a brand new stadium. The good part is it is against a team that can’t stop anyone. We should be able to run the ball all day and take the crowd out.

Question is can we stop them?

I say we can and will. 23-17 DAWGS

Huh?

July 16th, 2009
10:55 am

UGA = About where we should be right now. We have the track record worthy of top 15 consideration, but too many questions to put us much higher than that. That’s why you play the games though and if those questions are answered positively we will move up the rankings in short order.

OSU = OVERRATED. Its the same song and dance. They’ve got a flashy offense with some admittedly talented skill guys and media goes berserk. The rest of the team is crap. That’s right I said CRAP. I’ve also heard a lot about this supposedly crazy atmosphere in Stillwater. YAWN. Give me a break. I’m more worried about South Carolina than I am this game. True story.

pj

July 16th, 2009
10:56 am

It’s hard to say this without coming across as a homer, but I do think the Dogs are underrated going into the season just as they were overrated last season. I work in radio and had the chance to interview Vince Dooley a few weeks ago as part of his book signing tour across the state. He said it best – that we shouldn’t have been rated so high last year, because we were unhealthy and inexperienced on the line of scrimmage. Knowshon is amazing, but when big D atheletic D Lines like Floridas hit us in the mouth, there was nothing Moreno could do. On the flip side, when Alabama’s Senior laden O line was pushing us off the line of scrimmage, there was only so much our talented LB’s could accomplish.

This year it’s reversed. We have EIGHT O Lineman returning with STARTING experience, not to mention our young guys who are developing. With Jeff Owen and Geno in the middle, we’ve got our greatest interior tandem since Seymour and Stroud. Fundamentaly, we have a great team in the trenches.

Last year was alot of sizzle, not enough steak. This year, it’s all steak, no sizzle. That’s how coach Dooley said championships are won. Well, he’s got 6 of em…. I tend to agree.

10-2 and another BCS Bowl game. Go Dawgs.

RAMBLE ON!!!

July 16th, 2009
10:56 am

Ok St. 45 UGAg 42

T-Dog

July 16th, 2009
10:57 am

In order for us to do well in still water we have to take control on defense EARLY and take the home crowd out of it. We have much more depth at every position and this should be a factor later in the game if we can stay close early.

Just my .02

Ed-Covington

July 16th, 2009
11:01 am

Excuse my ignorance-who was the USC QB drafted #1 overall? Not Leinert(?) and not the guy with the Bengals; who else?

Long Dawg

July 16th, 2009
11:06 am

I have a good feeling about this game. There will be a pissed off bunch of Dawgs who want to get the bad taste of last year out of their mouth from last year and the OK. State game is perfect. The Dawgs will play like they did against Florida in 2007 and the only suprise will be how good the Dawgs really are. The Pokies go down hard.

Huh?

July 16th, 2009
11:10 am

Carson Palmer was the #1 pick in the 2003 draft. Your ignorance is excused.

And that is a very interesting fact that I will have to stash away for my “defense wins championships” argument. If QB play is so important, why did THREE teams win it all after losing a top NFL draft pick? Very interesting.

Dawgs09

July 16th, 2009
11:15 am

Looking at things as they stand, this game won’t be pretty. I am hoping that the Dawgs can pull it off because we have the ingredients for a good team, but win or lose, it will be close.

As for our offense, just because the guys that will be playing this year aren’t going to be Mr. Stafford or Mr. Moreno on the offensive side doesn’t mean that the guys aren’t any good. With the line and their experience, we could do a number on an OK State defense that is lacking a little. Our back-ups aren’t exactly scrubs if you know what I mean, and we do have that Green guy in the #8 jersey as well…

As for us on defense, we have a few holes to fill. The D-Line and linebackers will be the anchor of the defense (moreso the line) and the d-backs will have to learn on the fly with a few freshmen stepping up to make the team better (Ogletree and company).

Overall, I think the Dawgs are where they should be to start the season. No big hype, no major expectations out of the team, just play ball and take care of business. If the team can play as a team rather than individuals and quickly fill a few defensive gaps, we could be looking at something special this season (11-1, maybe even the unthinkable 12-0 and on to greater things in the BCS world…) but realistically, we may be closer to the 9-3 or 8-4 mark and see us in the Chick-fil-A Bowl again. Only time will tell, and if we pull out a big win to start the season, the momentum could build and give us something to run with. I like our chances this season just because of the lack of hype that could motivate the guys moreso. I have heard the word “team” come out of the mouths of several players more than once which makes me have faith/hope that Richt has set the guys straight and gotten them together as a real team this year. That kind of attitude wins games and championships.

lakerat

July 16th, 2009
11:16 am

Both are rated about right – and you still have to play the game to find out who is right and who is wrong!

And, Carson Palmer is the USC guy drafted #1 with the Bengals.

Kevin

July 16th, 2009
11:21 am

I’m a UGA grad living in TX currently and the Big 12 folks hate and despise the “SEC, SEC, SEC” chant we do after we beat other conference teams. So a win over a Big 12 opponent to open the season would be extra sweet out here in the Lone Star State. Go Dawgs!

Trade School Junkie

July 16th, 2009
11:24 am

You dawg fans are simply clueless.

The OKSt vs GA game will be…THE…Big 12 “statement game” for the whole 2009 season.

Aside from Arkansas at Texas A&M on October 3rd, there are NO OTHER SEC vs. Big 12 games, until perhaps BCS time. Therefore, this game will be THE benchmark for ALL Big12/SEC/BCS comparisons.

The Big 12 Commish, Dan Beebe…KNOWS…this is THE GAME and a HUGE opportunity elevate the status of the Big 12 over the SEC, and to make the case for the Big 12 as THE conference for 2009.

As a result, I GUARANTEE OKSt is gonna D-E-S-T-R-O-Y GA in front of a on Nationnal TV audience. Not only will OKSt put 45+ points, but I dont think the OKST defense will let GA score in the first half. Hell, GA gave up 40+ 3 times in 2008. The OKSt defense will likely knock Joe Cox out of the game.

For all of 2008, all the sports media groaned on & on about how bad the Big 12 defenses are/were. The Big 12 will end that argument with having OKSt put a total beatdown on GA. All the sports writers, including Tony Brainfart, will get to see a Big 12 defense annihiliate an SEC offense.

The Big 12 is going to make sure the SEC is totally humilited in front of a national TV audience. ALL other comparisond between the Big 12 and the SEC are going to come back the OKSt beatdown of GA for reference.

Face it dawgs, the beatdown of the decade is coming in Stillwater.

Herschel Talker

July 16th, 2009
11:28 am

Trade School Junkie likes men

Harry Dawg 73

July 16th, 2009
11:29 am

I hope that it is like the Sugar Bowl game vs Hawaii or the Athens opener few years back with Boise.

I see a shoot out however, ……….like we cannot stop them but UGA holding on desperatly in the end, due to our offensive line depth and maybe the emerging ability to grind it out on the ground by rotating full backs AND the tailbacks, winning a 42-38 deal. That will be omnious ………….as it will suggest that Martinez still has not a clue. If we do score …….and win …….what will that prove? Big 12 is not a D conference.

The 2009 offensive indicator for UGA will be vs SC the next week, as they are always able to throttle UGA’s offense it seems. They have used TWO totally different D Head Coaches over two years and SC STILL has been able to throttle UGA and Bobo. Why??? Great D coach ( 2 ) decisions.

Spooky start to a tough season ahead. Go DAWGS !!!
Harry Dawg 73

Voice of Reason

July 16th, 2009
11:32 am

Dawgs09- I didn’t know they were going to allow Ogletree (a senior in high school this year and 2010 commitment) play in the Ok State game. Interesting…. Maybe you should know what you are talking about before making a two paragraph anaylsis which loses all credibility through such an ignorant comment.

Long Dawg

July 16th, 2009
11:34 am

Trade School flunkie, you clearly base your opinion on emotion and jealousy of the Dawgs and the SEC and not on the evidence.
Do you not think the Florida beatdown of Oklahoma and the Ole Miss flogging of Texas Tech, both on national TV, didn’t already make the case for SEC vs Big 12. What, are you misinformed or just in denial? 2009 is not 2008 so your guaranteeing a beatdown of the Dawgs means about as much as you guaranteeeing an ACC Championship for Tech. Neither are going to happen.

Yes Sir!

July 16th, 2009
11:37 am

Dawgs09- you are going to have to wait until 2010 before Ogletree will be able to help our secondary. He is going into his senior year of high school this year.

OUfan

July 16th, 2009
11:40 am

OSU will be good this year. The quarterback Robinson is 1000x better than Reid who played against you in Athens. Also, OSU will have a very strong Offensive line and will only get better on defense. They do have good talent on defense. Don’t forget, the teams that racked it up on them last year were primarily spread teams..OU, Mizzou, Tech, Oregon, Houston, Texas…These teams are some of the best offenses in the nation and would run up yardage on most anyone.

OSU has a good run defense, the problem has been in stopping spread passing attacks. But if you think UGA is going to win by lining up in I-formation and running it down their throats all day with inexperienced RB’s, you have another thing coming. They will shut this down. UGA will have to throw and throw a lot to have a chance. Don’t forget, this OSU team played Texas down to the wire in Austin last year and was down by only 3 to OU in the middle of the 4th quarter.

This isn’t the same team you played in Athens. This team will have a very strong o-line and a great quarterback. Zrob is an option QB who ran for over 800 yards two years ago and over 500 last year. Something to think about, OSU put 41 on OU last year, Florida only put 24 on us. OSU WILL score points on UGA. If your offense can keep up, it might be a close game. If not, OSU wins in a blowout. There is no way UGA wins easily, that is a fantasy. Not that team in that stadium. Dez Bryant is the best reciever I have seen in quite some time, and Kendall Hunter is the best OSU RB since Barry Sanders. Bryant has to be double covered, there is no one who can single cover him. Just look at his Youtube highlights. Sometimes the guy beats even triple coverage.

There is a lot of talent on OSU. Don’t think they are thin because they are not.

DesertDawg

July 16th, 2009
11:42 am

Trade School Junkie- please explain how Dan Beebe will help Ok State beat UGA. That makes no sense and by the way just because we gave up 40+ points 3 times last year doesn’t mean we will this year.

Voice of Reason

July 16th, 2009
11:42 am

Trade school junkie- So the dawg fans are clueless because we didnt know that OK State will win simply because there are no other SEC v. Big 12 games next year and they want to? That is not a logical argument. So because the Big 12 commissioner knows it is an opportunity to boost their status that means they are going to win? Does he play football? Is he any good? If this means they will DESTROY UGA I don’t understand why we actually play the game. The best FOOTBALL team will win that day, not the team that wants to boost their conference status more. You are a moron. If the defenses were so tired of hearing last year about how bad they were, why didnt they step it up last year. So now not liking hearing about how bad you are last season makes you a good defense this year? “The OKSt defense will likely knock Joe Cox out of the game.” I didnt realize that OKST’s defense was so amazing at sacking the QB. Funny they never mention that, but then again, it would boost that status so i’m SURE they will all of the sudden be beasts on the line in this game. You sir, as are most Tech fans, are cluless about football.

RxDawg

July 16th, 2009
11:43 am

“Other Dogs fans are resistant to the hype surrounding the Pokes and smell another Boise State or Hawaii. Overrated, in other words.”

Count me in as “other dogs”. On a scale of 1 to 10 of difficulty for this game, I’m going to call this a 3…..maybe 4. In all of Richt’s career at UGA, these type of games are the kind he wins. In fact, other then a handfull of bowl games, he has never lost early out of conference games that I can think of. Of course we might lose, but I really doubt it. Offensive teams have to shake the rust off early in the season. In fact, on paper, I’d say both team’s offenses compare equaly. Defensively (i HOPE) we should out man em. But hey, let the media hype it up. You listening dawgs? We don’t stand a chance against the mighty pokes ;)

southgadawg88

July 16th, 2009
11:44 am

…The return of Sturdivant and Owens will have a bigger impact than losing Stafford and Moreno.

Huh?

July 16th, 2009
11:45 am

The only way this game is close is if Georgia plays as soft defensively as it did last year. That is the only way. Cox faces tougher defenses in practice than he will in this game. Our offensive line will look like they’re pushing around a blocking sled. If the defense is flying around and smacking people in the mouth then game over and good luck the rest of the way Okie State. You’re toast.

MaconKnight

July 16th, 2009
11:49 am

I think we all will be able to see, how coaches have prepared our young men for the game on the first offensive and defensive possesion.. I think back to the year we opened the season at Clemson, how well prepared we were, both physically and mentally. We will see if CMR has these guys prepared like they were on that day. we will see if CMR has changed the atmosphere back to what it was when he first got hired, with the discipline(no holding calls, personal fouls, pass interfernce). and if willie can motivate and inspire our defense to play junkyard dog Erik Russell defense. Well maybe asking to much but we just have to wait and see.

MaconKnight

July 16th, 2009
11:49 am

I think we all will be able to see, how coaches have prepared our young men for the game on the first offensive and defensive possesion.. I think back to the year we opened the season at Clemson, how well prepared we were, both physically and mentally. We will see if CMR has these guys prepared like they were on that day. we will see if CMR has changed the atmosphere back to what it was when he first got hired, with the discipline(no holding calls, personal fouls, pass interfernce). and if willie can motivate and inspire our defense to play junkyard dog Erik Russell defense. Well maybe asking to much but we’ll just have to wait and see.

Voice of Reason

July 16th, 2009
11:50 am

OUfan- it is because of OKST defense being used to playing against a spread formation that we believe we can run it down their throats in an I-formation. The makeup of a that type defense causes exactly that by having your DE and DT smaller than the SEC D-lines. They will have a hard time getting off of a very good UGA O-line to stop the run. This will wear them down causing the LBs and Safeties to play closer to the line and open the door for us to go to our passing game. And to say Hunter is the best RB for OSU since Barry Sanders isn’t saying much. Who have they had since then to compare him to?

RxDawg

July 16th, 2009
11:56 am

Nice comments OUfan. Thanks for stoping in and letting us in on “the other side” a bit.

Huh?

July 16th, 2009
11:58 am

“But if you think UGA is going to win by lining up in I-formation and running it down their throats all day with inexperienced RB’s, you have another thing coming. They will shut this down. UGA will have to throw and throw a lot to have a chance.”

If you think UGA is just going to line up in I-formation and run it down their throats all day you’ve got another thing coming. We’re going to pass 50% of the time and run 50% of the time because that’s what we freaking do. The problem is Okie State isn’t going to have a damn clue which one is coming. If the running game gets going, which it will because Okie State is soft, we’ll be as likely to pass on 1st and 10 as we will be to run. And that is when things get ugly my friend. You see, you don’t have to have one of these cute little spread offenses to trick a defense. Sometimes the good ole fashioned play action will do the trick. Georgia’s offense is a lot more complicated than simply lining up in the I and running it down people’s throats.

Read my lips: GEORGIA ROLLS. We probably lose to South Carolina or something though. They can play some D.

dawgstephen

July 16th, 2009
11:58 am

Make no mistake, the dawgs are UNDERrated. The OK STATE cowboys are as good as
advertised, and if the GA Bulldogs win in stillwater it proves the dawgs are a better team than everyone thought, and it does NOT mean that OK State was overrated just that GA won.

The have a GREAT offense, or they would not have scored 41 pts against Oklahoma. Their defense cannot be judged against the 61 oklahoma scored because lots of teams gave up lots of points against the Sooners. The FLA gators held Oklahoma to a low amount because lets face it, they have a great defense.

Sept 5th should be a war. Go dawgs.

http://www.dawgstephen.blogspot.com

TheATL

July 16th, 2009
12:00 pm

Boys 47, Bitches 10

dawgfanatic24-7

July 16th, 2009
12:02 pm

The Big 12 = no defense. Look at the points OK put up against those crappy Big 12 teams. 60 pts in many games. That offense looked as powerful as some of Ga’s high school teams vs Fla. UGA will stop them early then run in down their throats….all day long.

dawgstephen

July 16th, 2009
12:09 pm

THe ATL proves once again, that there needs to be moderator approval and censorship of these blogs. Come on AJC, you can do it. Meanwhile, I blog away with full moderator control at a real blog.

http://www.dawgstephen.blogspot.com

Huh?

July 16th, 2009
12:13 pm

Why is it when fans argue the strength of the Big 12 they can only do so in reference to other Big 12 teams? For instance, I could really care less what Okie State did against OU, Missourri, Texas Tech, etc. because those are also overrated soft Big 12 teams. Where are the big OOC and bowl wins? There is never any mention of those. Hmm….

DEFENSE?

July 16th, 2009
12:16 pm

UGA has not shown that it has a defense – ranked 10th in the SEC in ‘08 in points allowed, trailing Kentucky for god’s sake.

More troubling – UGA was dead last in penalties – which I attribute to poor coaching.

Even more troubling – UGA has to replace the #1 passer in the SEC, AND the #1 rusher in the conference this year.

If you couldn’t stop anyone last year, and you lost around 400 yds per game in offense, how in the hell are you gonna be as good as last year? Answer: not gonna happen

SEC 08 Stats

July 16th, 2009
12:16 pm

jaxdawg

July 16th, 2009
12:18 pm

Year in and year out for the past 10 years UGA has consistently been in the top 5 or 10 in recruiting. OSU is normally nowhere to be found. They may have a couple allstars, but those allstars need a surrounding cast to help out. I rest my case. UGA wins!

Trade School Junkie

July 16th, 2009
12:19 pm

long dawg: since you asked:

Mark it down:

GT will win the ACC…and beat the dawgs again in 09.

And, OKST is gonna CRUSH GA.

A recap:

UF-24 OK-14: (Florida was a better team and UF defense was the key)
OKSt-41 OK-61 (Game was OKST-41 OK-44 with 9 minutes left in 4th Qtr)
UF 49 GA 10 (A-1 Gator beatdown)

So, OKSt scored more points on OK than FL did, and of course, FL destroyed GA.

OKST has entire record-setting 2008 offense back for 2009. GA does not.
OKST has new, highly regarded DC on staff for 2009. GA does not.

Translation: OKSt is gonna lay a beatdown on GA.

dawgstephen

July 16th, 2009
12:19 pm

I want to respond to DEFENSE?

Here is how. You put your best defensive lineman back from injury, 3 great linebackers back in lineup, have a solid and healthy offensive line, and return 20 players who all lost time to injuries to the lineup.Add the incoming playmakers at their positions, and it wont matter who is QB or running back, they will do fine.

http://www.dawgstephen.blogspot.com

Long Dawg

July 16th, 2009
12:19 pm

OU fan, I tend to agree with your assessment in general. This game is all teed up for OK STate to make a statement. They did score 41 on OU but OU scored 61 on them and only 14 on Florida so I am not sure that means anything. To win Georgia must establish a running game and keep the OK ST offense off the field. They are gonna throw every down and if we don’t have a pass rush it could get ugly. OK State has the edge in skill position talent and experience but Georgia has a better defense. Should be a great game.

Dorsey Hill

July 16th, 2009
12:27 pm

I’d feel a lot better about it if Houston was playing. We can’t stop them from scoring if we don’t pressure the qb. I don’t care what your scheme is, if you can’t force hurried or bad decisions they will move the ball. It seems to me that we will have to outscore them which will require a lot of guys to perform who haven’t yet proven themselves.

Trade School Junkie

July 16th, 2009
12:32 pm

southgadawg88 said:

“The return of Sturdivant and Owens will have a bigger impact than losing Stafford and Moreno.”

OMG !!!! Thats a classic. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

STOP IT !! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Long Dawg

July 16th, 2009
12:35 pm

Trade school flunkie, you left out the Oregon beatdown of Oklahoma State in the bowl game. OU scored 61 points on OK State. Their defense sux. What is your point? Oregon scored 42 points and won 42 to 31. Using your logic Oregon could beat OU because the held OK State to fewer points than OU did.
Man for man Georgia grades out higher in talent except for four to five positions. The Florida/Ga score has nothing to do with anything.

Tech will not even win it’s first ACC game much less the conference. How many conference championships does Tech have? Thought so. If you want to talk about a beatdown see the Tech LSU game.

AC

July 16th, 2009
12:38 pm

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Trade School Junkie

July 16th, 2009
12:46 pm

So convenient for GA fans to try to change the subject. As a reminder, this blog was about OKST vs GA: Over-rated:Under-Rated.

For all the same reasons both I and OUFan(who you agreed with) have stated:

OKST has entire record-setting 2008 offense back for 2009. GA does not.
OKST has new, highly regarded DC on staff for 2009. GA does not.

Translation: OKSt is gonna lay a beatdown on GA.

AC

July 16th, 2009
12:47 pm

3 Reasons the DAWGS will be BETTER this year than last.

1. Jeff Owens. No one will be able to run up the middle on us this year and Owens will command double teams.

2. Joe Cox. Joe does not have the arm of Matt Stafford, but who else does? I tell you something that will not happen this year, 10 INTs and constant bombs down field in the playing calling. I think BOZO fell in love with Stafford’s arm. UGA seemed to lose patience with control drives which they will do with Cox. Also, everyone speaks of Joe’s accuracy which will come in handy in the RED ZONE. He is already battle tested bring the dawgs from behind once before.

3. Rennie Curran. With Jeff back, EXPECT big things again from Curran who will return to form and make constant tackles behind the line on running plays.

AC

July 16th, 2009
12:49 pm

TECH game will BE a blow out UGA 42 TECH 17. Write it down.

dawgstephen

July 16th, 2009
12:50 pm

HEEYYY AC…well said, well put….THANK YOU for agreeing with me and what you have said. I wrote an article yesterday about Joe Cox…hes not an average Joe.

http://www.dawgstephen.blogspot.com

1983Dawg

July 16th, 2009
12:50 pm

USC the following week concerns me. They play on a Thursday and have extra rest, while we play on Saturday and travel. USC plays us tough. We must not celebrate an OSU victory too long if we win. Let’s keep our eyes on the real prize: the SEC!