Bulldog Bites: Spring to-do list for UGA quarterbacks

Buck Belue has advice for Zach Mettenberger and the other Georgia QBs. (Bob Andres / AJC)

Buck Belue has advice for Zach Mettenberger and the other Georgia QBs. (Bob Andres / AJC)

Georgia QB-turned-sportscaster Buck Belue looks at the Dogs’ three-way spring competition for the starting quarterback’s job in his latest blog entry. Belue believes Mike Bobo will be thinking more bootlegs and roll-outs this year, which should suit two of the candidates, redshirt junior Logan Gray and redshirt freshman Aaron Murray. The other redshirt freshman, Zach Mettenberger, is more of a pocket passer.

Buck assesses what each of the candidates needs to do this spring:

The big thing for Gray, he says, “is proving he can be successful in the pocket, working the short to intermediate passing game.”

Mettenberger, who had troubles with accuracy and footwork in last year’s spring game but has pronounced himself “10 times better” this year, “gets downfield in a hurry. There is some zip on it,” Belue says. His estimation of what Mettenberger needs to show this spring: accuracy and handling the pass rush. “But if he’s 10 times better than last year, this will be something to see.”

As for the popular favorite to win the starting job, Belue says Murray “showed me last spring that he can stand in the pocket and wing it around and escape out of the pocket and make plays on the run. Throws a catchable ball. The thing with Aaron is just staying healthy. The last two years he’s had a broken leg and a bum arm.”

Belue says the best advice he can give the two younger quaterbacks is: “1. Step into the huddle and take charge. Project confidence. 2. Execute the offense. Limit the mistakes. Show them you are serious about winning.”

It should be an interesting G-Day.

SENDING A MESSAGE … A BIT LATE

One of the proposals unveiled this week by the NCAA’s Football Rules Committee (which still must be approved by the Playing Rules Oversight Panel) would require players who wear eye black to use solid black, with no words, logos, numbers or other symbols. That hasn’t been a really big deal with the Dogs, though Washaun Ealey did sport “I run this state” eye blacks in the Tech game. But it would have limited the Rev. Tim Tebow’s on-field ministry considerably. Interesting, though, that they waited until Tebow was gone to make this proposal.

FANTASY CONFERENCES, ANYONE?

The unconfirmed report in a Kansas paper this past week that the Big 10 was talking to Texas about switching over from the Big 12 isn’t taken seriously by many college football observers, but it has provided another opportunity for bloggers to engage in various unlikely what-if scenarios.

Coaches Hot Seat doesn’t see Texas making the move to the Big 10 but proposes that the conference should expand to 14 teams and suggests it poach Kentucky from the SEC as one of them. (Kentucky??!!)  In the wake of that, the Hot Seat suggests that Georgia Tech could return to the SEC to take the Wildcats’ place, a move that the blog says might make it an even better conference “and add the Atlanta TV market, which they already have a sizable hold over.” (Understatement alert: UGA owns the Atlanta TV market.) With the loss of Tech, the Hot Seat proposes the ACC merge with the Big East to form an “uber” conference of 18 teams.

It’s all nonsense, but fun nonsense. So I’ll throw out this question: If the SEC were to lose a team, which school would you like to see take its place?

BACK ON TRACK

The ninth-ranked Gym Dogs posted a big win over over No. 3 Arkansas Friday night at a pinked-out Stegeman Coliseum. The win, Georgia’s second, makes them 3-0 at home this season and improves their record to 3-3 overall. The meet with the Hogettes will be televised on a tape-delay basis at 9 p.m. on Feb. 20 on Fox Sports Net.

UGA WINTER SPORTS DIVISION

They shut down classes early over in Athens on Friday because of the snow, which meant one thing, The Red and Black reports: The dining halls had to remove all their trays to keep students from taking them as makeshift sleds. I’m sure the kids still found ways to amuse themselves. I remember one ice storm a few years back where the students took over Baxter Street and refused to allow any cars up the hill, pushing them backwards down the slick road. Ah, college life!

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Another Dawg

February 13th, 2010
8:43 pm

I’d want to see FSU or Clempson. Both already have established SEC rivals and both have much larger national and regional followings than Tech.

For FSU, it wouldn’t be an issue to play in the East (they’d play Florida every year and don’t have any other real rivalry) but for Clemson I would think they’d want to go to the West, bring Mississippi State to the East in Kentucky’s place (providing some upgrade to the East and a big upgrade to the West which, despite Alabama’s resurgence, isn’t the perennial power), and have Miss St and Arkansas play the annual East-West rivalry (MSU and UK didn’t have much and Arkansas and USC were only matched due to the timing of their arrivals) and restore Clemson-USC as their cross-conference rival.

how2fish

February 13th, 2010
9:19 pm

I want Tech in the SEC then every year we have 1 win for sure in the conference …sorry I could NOT stop myself

RED DOG 77

February 14th, 2010
12:33 am

Having had tendon problems myself, I think I understand what Murray has gone through. Murray would appear to be the guy, and I wouldnt worry about him staying healthy, as long as we have good enough trainers to stay on top of his past arm difficulties. Last year, like him or not, Cox was so obsessed with being a good QB, that he threw his arm out before the season started. Mabe why he had so many picks. I am probubly one of CMR biggest supporters, however, I do think our whole strength thing needs an upgrade, and I am sure with all the changes, that is being done. Coach Murray up, watch him closely, dont let him do the Cox thing, and I think he will be ok…….Hell the kid is tough as a pine knot and a winner to boot, I see him as a David Green type QB. I do like Gray, and big Zack too…….great back ups….but I think Murray is the man. I just hope that CMR will give the back ups a little more PT, just in case something does happen……………As far as trading teams……Trade Vandy for Clemson, in the east……Then trade Miss. State for Fla. State in the west.

BuLLdawg

February 14th, 2010
4:14 am

2006 with Matthew Stafford and Neil Callaway Offensive Coordinator :
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79 NCAA Number 79 Passing Offense

90 NCAA Number 90 Total Offense

70 NCAA Number 70 Most Penalties

22 FUMBLES

16 INTERCEPTIONS

1 DUI by the Offensive Coordinator.

1 Beer Keg Photo at Talladega following Callaway’s example by his Starting QB

Any correlation there you think ? Nice coaching job.

Neil Callaway is 11-25 at UAB replacing Watson Brown 62-74 at UAB.

The DUI and Beer Keg Photos were Major Distractions in 2006.

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SO, WITH THAT BACKGROUND NEXT OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR hired by Coach Richt is MIKE BOZO, I mean Booboo, I mean Bobo, sorry.

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2007 UGA with Matthew Stafford Mike Bobo Offensive Coordinator :
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84 NCAA Number 84 Passing Offense

74 NCAA Number 74 Total Offense

85 NCAA Number 85 Most Penalties

18 FUMBLES

10 INTERCEPTIONS
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2008 UGA with Knowshon Moreno Mike Bobo as Offensive Coordinator :
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56 NCAA Number 56 Rushing Offense

116 NCAA Number 116 Most Penalties

19 FUMBLES

10 INTERCEPTIONS
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2009 UGA Mike Bobo Offensive Coordinator :
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80 NCAA Number 80 Passing Offense

75 NCAA Number 75 Total Offense

113 NCAA Number 113 Most Penalties

23 FUMBLES

17 INTERCEPTIONS
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This, not only is NOT a good trend, but Mike Bobo has NEVER BEAT an SEC Top 10 Final AP Poll team, LOSING EVERY GAME.

Duh.

5-6 vs. Top 25 Final AP Poll teams with 4 LOSSES to UNRANKED TEAMS.

Duh.

Has FAILED to PREPARE a SINGLE QUARTERBACK, ever.

Talks about VALUING THE FOOTBALL and how we have to do BETTER at VALUING THE FOOTBALL, because of ME in here.

Then, promptly goes out instead and HAS SOME OF THE WORST PERFORMANCES by his Quarterbacks on Offense EVER on ANY TEAM in the HISTORY of FOOTBALL with combined FUMBLES and INTERCEPTIONS now EXCEEDING the number of Touchdown Passes as OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR.

Plus, he cannot even line his players up and run a play without a penalty.

3rd and 10 ? Running Play. Every time.

1st down ?

Throw a Pass.

Mike Bobo is so predicable that UNRANKED TEAMS’ coaches UTTERLY take him to the DAMN CLEANERS.

4 LOSSES to UNRANKED TEAMS as Offensive Coordinator.
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Bozo OC scored 12 points vs 6-Loss no Bowl Game South Carolina 2007.

Bozo OC scored 14 points vs 4-Loss vols 2007. vols scored 35.

Bozo OC put up 20 points vs 7-Loss Vandie 2007.

Bozo OC put up 24 points vs 5-Loss Kentucky 2007.

This was with Knowshon Moreno AND Matthew Stafford.

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Bozo put up 14 points vs 5-Loss South Carolina 2008 Knowshon Stafford AJ Green.

Bozo put up 10 points vs Florida 2008 Knowshon Stafford AJ Green.

Bozo applauded by FL players when Joe Cox scored with 1 minute to go.

Bozo put up 17 points vs 7-Loss Auburn with Knowshon Stafford AJ Green.

Bozo 24 Mich St 27 vs 7-Loss Ar St, 26 vs 7-Loss vols, 24 vs 6-Loss Vandie

This was with Knowshon Moreno, Stafford AND AJ Green.

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Bozo put up 10 vs Okie State UNRANKED Not Top 25 Final AP Poll 2009.

Bozo put up 20 vs 8-Loss Arizona State 2009.

Bozo put up 13 vs LSU who beat no Final AP Poll Top 25 team.

Bozo put up 19 vs 6-Loss vols. vols put up 45.

Bozo put up 27 vs 6-Loss UNRANKED Kentucky.

Bozo put up 17 vs Florida this year after 10 last year when he got applauds from the Florida players on the sidelines politely applauding Bozo for finally scoring with a minute left the only touchdown he got with Knowshon Moreno, Matthew Stafford and AJ Green.

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It has been a MISERABLE RUN with Mike Bobo as Offensive Coordinator.

There is NO OTHER WAY TO DESCRIBE IT.

Mike Bobo has NEVER BEEN OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR ANYWHERE.

But, we have to have a coach with 11 years NFL Experience to be our Defensive Coordinator, but our Offensive Coordinator can be of the same mold as all the other coach Richt hires on his “coaching staff” other than this 1 Defensive Coordinator with 11 Years NFL Experience.

No Knowledge of good play calls and no one ever said he did.

No Experience as Offensive Coordinator.

No NFL experience.

No Proof he can call plays.

Boos by EVERY FAN at Sanford Stadium for Bozo’s PLAY CALLS.

If they were smart, they would all get the hell out of Dodge before the horrid Offensive Coaching Staff the entire time of Coach Richt Era, makes them look bad too.

BuLLdawg

February 14th, 2010
7:08 am

I am quite certain that if you were able, that all you would want to allow to be posted are feel good posts by DISNEYdawg posters of how The Bulldogs all of a sudden with no quarterback of any experience against any opponents, and zero coaching changes on the offense are going to do something about what has been ailing our Offense for the entire Coach Richt Era.

Is it the coaching ?

Absolutely it is the Offensive Coaching that has ailed The Bulldogs on Offense.

How could it not be ?

I mean EVERY fan at Sanford Stadium has reigned down BOOS on the play calls.

In 2006 when Matthew Stafford played all 13 games, we had the NCAA Number 79 Passing Offense, the NCAA Number 90 Total Offense, the NCAA Number 70 Most Penalties in the nation, and we topped all that off with 22 FUMBLES and 16 INTERCEPTIONS.

In 2007 with Matthew Stafford how was it again that The Bulldogs AGAIN are the NCAA Number 84 Passing Offense ? How is that ? Good coaching ? The NCAA Number 74 Total Offense, the NCAA Number 85 Most Penalties, and we added in for good measure 18 FUMBLES and 10 INTERCEPTIONS.

In 2008, with Knowshon Moreno , we had the NCAA Number 56 Rushing Offense. Good Lord, with Knowshon Moreno. How should we view this ? We had NCAA Number 116 Most Penalties, and threw in 10 INTERCEPTIONS and 19 FUMBLES.

In 2009, The Bulldogs are the NCAA Number 80 Passing Offense again, the NCAA Number 75 Total Offense AGAIN, the NCAA Number 113 Most Penalties AGAIN, and contributed 23 FUMBLES and 17 INTERCEPTIONS.
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We are going to be so much better this year on offense with the same coaching staff on offense whom YOU boo, obviously.

But heaven forbid, call me not a Bulldog, for daring to admit uh it’s the coaching on offense. Did you bother to ask the recruits of this great state with all these all-star Offensive Players why we didn’t get ANY of them ? You don’t want to face that either.

Let’s just call him, not a Bulldog.

DISNEYdawg, that’s you.

TennDawg

February 14th, 2010
7:22 am

Well….when I think of the Southeastern Conference, I think of truly SOUTHERN teams. Teams that fit our culture and traditions. While a lot of people consider Kentucky to be a Southern state, I do not accept them fully as part of the South. Kentucky did not succeed from the Union in the Civil War. Actually, many of the people from that state fought for the Yankees. If their ancestors did not have the balls to stand up for the South, then I say they have no business in our conference. Call me crazy for viewing it that way, but I do. Lexington is a very nice town and they have great traditions, but I think they are a much better fit in the Big 10.

Now, the school I would get to replace them is a difficult decision. Yes, I agree with everyone that Clemson or FSU would be a good fit. But I really don’t like too many inter-state teams in the same conference. Auburn and Alabama, Ole Miss and Miss State, and Tenn and Vandy are enough. I say bring in the North Carolina Tar Heels. They have decent football and great basketball – much like Kentucky. Plus, they represent a state that actually succeeded from the Union and fought for the South in the Civil War. I think they would be a great addition. So…Kentucky to the Big 10 and North Carolina to the SEC. Vandy can stay…they have great traditions and have a lot to offer our conference. Who cares if their football team is the worst in conference? Somebody has to be. Just my two cents.

jerry

February 14th, 2010
7:22 am

Realign the SEC East: Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Florida, LSU, and Tennessee. Georgia and Auburn could then play the roles of Vandy and Kentucky in the new SEC East.

Buckhead Bulldog

February 14th, 2010
8:18 am

Dawg Tired

February 13th, 2010
11:44 am

Gotta agree BuLLdawg on this one. Bobo is sooooo predictable. Personally, I think Bobo is in way over his head, and it is my opinion he squanders talent. Like the 2009 season, it seems he just doesn’t “get it”. From the onset of the season, my UGA buds kept scratching our heads as to why we didn’t run the ball more. Of course, Bobo (or more like CMR) decides to RUN the ball in the GT game.

It is not good when me and my armchair QB buddies are guessing Mike’s next call, and guessing right. I can only imagine the DCs of the opposing team just licking their chops when they watch film on us.

I’m assuming CMR is seeing something in Bobo that I’m not privileged to as I sit in the stands. I would hope the offense, with the stable of RBs, gelling offensive line, killer receivers and TE, inexperience at QB, we will play a short field with runs and short dump passes……But what do I know? My GEEF check is about to be cashed, and I just have my fingers crossed for a good season

kydawg

February 14th, 2010
8:20 am

It doesn’t matter who starts or who is in the SEC…according to BuLLdawg…we will be 0-12 next year anyway! Let’s all go to Disney!!!

lagadawg

February 14th, 2010
8:35 am

If my friends and I can watch a Ga. game and call the plays before they happen, you think the opposing coaches don’t know whats coming up.Thanks for the stats BuLLdog,Bobo is pitiful.

BuLLdawg

February 14th, 2010
9:01 am

2006 # 79 Pass Offense # 90 Total Offense # 70 Penalty 16 interceptions 22 fumbles

2007 # 84 Pass Offense # 74 Total Offense # 85 Penalty 10 interceptions 18 fumbles

2008 # 56 Rush Offense # 116 Most Penalties in nation 10 interceptions 19 fumbles

2009 # 80 Pass Offense # 75 Total Offense # 113 Penalty 17 interceptions 23 fumbles

BuLLdawg

February 14th, 2010
9:07 am

I never said we would be 0-13. We play 13 games, the good teams play 14.

8 Losses in 9 years Coach Richt Era vs team not ranked Top 25 Final AP Poll

3 wins in 11 games Coach Richt Era vs SEC teams in the Top 10 Final AP Poll

17-19 vs Top 25 Final AP Poll teams in all games in The Coach Mark Richt Era

So, if you want to figure our record the way I do, we will go 9-4 or maybe 10-3.

And, you know I said that.

9-4 or 10-3.

poopdawg

February 14th, 2010
9:32 am

BuLLdawg, i understand your concern about Bobo, he needs to step up his strategic thought processes or get help from someone. I do think Aaron Murray will provide Bobo the ability to keep drives going , if Bobo doesn’t stay so predictable. ( like running every 1st and 2nd down play, then passes from the shotgun on 1st down which falls incomplete the next play is always a run right up the dang middle both situations put you in 3rd and long unless your playing Tech.) For an offense i hear is so complicated theres not alot of variations. Murray will provide Bobo stability, lets see what Bobo can do?

AltamahaDawg

February 14th, 2010
9:40 am

calling an incomplete pass is never good.

Circus Act

February 14th, 2010
9:41 am

Our Short yardage offense has been a joke for a while now and lets face it CMR has wasted talent on the offensive side of the ball. Why in the hell do you think UGA is now losing out on big time recruits like Da’Rick Rogers? Opposing coaches are using this against UGA in the recruiting wars along with the stats Bulldawg has mentioned in his posts. BOO BOO is a clown period !

BuLLdawg

February 14th, 2010
9:50 am

Brian VanGorder jumped sinking ship to be linebacker’s coach at Jacksonville

Jacksonville is the worst football team in America

Brian VanGorder Coaching Record 18-26 http://web1.ncaa.org/stats/StatsSrv/careercoach

This includes vs Division II Wayne State and 1-AA at Georgia Southern.

18-26 Coaching Record.

Atlanta Falcons’ Pass Defense is 28th worst in the NFL.

Atlanta Falcons’ Total Defense is 21st worst in the NFL.

Brian VanGorder has been abysmal as a head coach.

Brian VanGorder has been a total flop as DC Atlanta Falcons.

VanGorder was total flop as head coach Wayne State & GA Southern

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Neil Callaway is 11-25 at UAB

Neil Callaway was the former Offensive Coordinator for Coach Richt

Neil Callaway was found Guilty of DUI here at UGA, apologized

Neil Callaway has been a total flop as UAB coach.

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Bryan McClendon former UGA wide receiver is Running Backs’ coach

Tony Ball former great running back is Wide Receivers’ coach

John Lilly former quarterback is Tight Ends’ coach

Mike Bobo former QB coach at Jacksonville State is Offensive Coordniator

steve

February 14th, 2010
9:51 am

I disagree, improved running game/ offensive line equals play action pass. Staying in the pocket a higher percent of the time would be more beneficial,even with a young quarterback.

Circus Act

February 14th, 2010
9:53 am

I mean UGA stuggles on a third and 1/2 yard against Mickey Mouse College. What Gives?

BuLLdawg

February 14th, 2010
9:56 am

Altmaha dawg

Is that you ?

Tell us again how Joe Cox throws the football AS WELL AS ANYONE, especially the deep pass ?

I need a good laugh to start the day

Circus Act

February 14th, 2010
9:56 am

Some Coaches are just better at being coordinators. Just ask Al Groh or Monte Kiffin. Van Gorder is no different and should have stayed at the college level.

Circus Act

February 14th, 2010
9:57 am

Boo Boo is good at making Babies and that about it.

Circus Act

February 14th, 2010
9:58 am

Circus Act

February 14th, 2010
10:01 am

Yes even CMR’s Offense struggled but thanks to Van Gorder and Mr. Billy Bennetts foot UGA was able to win many games !

Dawg Tired

February 14th, 2010
10:06 am

Yesterday, I thought we should hire BuLLdawg to be the offensive coordinator. Today, I’ve changed my mine. I think we should hire him to be the Head Coach. It is very obvious that he knows more than Coach Richt. I really can’t figure out why Damon Evans has not contacted BuLLdawg. After-all, is it not clear that he is the smartest person to have ever lived. Plus, he is so humble about it. Looks like the perfect fit as a Head Coach.

I’m also confident that his lack of experience will not be a hindrance in that being a genius should overcome that one shortcoming. I just can not imagine he has any other shortcoming based upon his brilliant posts.

Sic' 'em DOGS

February 14th, 2010
10:24 am

AltamahaDawg- I hear you. Especially when it is 3rd and short, and CMB calls for a long strike. Or when Cox gets shaken up in the 3rd of the UF game with our backs against the wall, and cold Logan gets the honor of throwing against a future NFL DB……and to think it was incomplete. Oh well, try it again but this time let Spikes pick 6 it….yeah, okay!

The OCs job is to put players in the best possible positions to make a PLAY. I think Mike is always trying to do the unpredictable to catch the other team off guard, and usually whta happens is the play flops and the Georgia fans are left with a bovine look on their faces while the other team is laughing their azzes off.

BuLLdawg

February 14th, 2010
10:41 am

I will tell you this.

We cannot keep this up on Offense.

Not being able to figure out just who in the hell is our best player and Starting him.

The recruits are NOT BUYING INTO this B.S.

You want to explain to why the leading rusher for UGA last season, Washaun Ealey was REDSHIRTED until the 3rd Quarter of the 5th Game ?

No.

Don’t explain it to me.

Explain it to ALL THE RECRUITS, since of the 500 all-stars in this state on Offense, we got NONE.

Well, we got a Running Back who is INJURED and by his own admission, he is slow.

That’s all we got of all the all-star offensive players in this state.

For an Offense that in fact averages # 75 Passing # 75 Rushing # 75 Total Offense.

Oh, it’s so wonderful, we return 10 of our 11 Offense Starters.

Good news or BAD news ?

Explain to me or the recruits if you prefer, why it took until game 12 of 13 games to make Orson Charles Starting TE ?

Pregnant pause.

I will wait that answer too.

We have our best Running Back in THREE (3) DECADES, and redshirt him so we only get to see him play only 2 years.

When we did decide to play him, he runs the ball 14 times per game against Alabama, Georgia tek and Florida. WE LOSE ALL 3.

We have the # 56 Rushing Attack, and that was WITH KNOWSHON MORENO.

We have Matthew Stafford. What do we rank in passing ?

I’ll wait.

You go look it up.

We cannot figure out who to start.

We cannot figure out who to have the ball or what to do when we have our best players at the position.

Matthew Stafford Passing is # 79 in the NCAA 2006 and # 85 in the nation in 2007.

Ok, pea-brains, what does that tell you ?

Now, I know Aron White had such a great Freshman year with his 3 catches all season long; but that is why until game 12 of a 13-game season that Orson Charles is BENCHED as the Starter in favor of Aron White. 3 freshman year catches. Orson Charles had 23 his freshman year. At what point did our Offensive Coaching Staff figure it out that Orson Charles has to START ?

Game 12 of a 13 game season.

There’s more. A lot more.

Would you agree we feature 2 of the best Fullbacks ?

Well ?

Would you, or wouldn’t you ?

So, we are struggling losing games to the likes of Oklahoma State who was NOT RANKED in the Final AP Poll Top 25 by the way for last year, losing games to the likes of Kentucky last year a 7-6 team, losing games to the likes of 7-6 Tennessee vols last year, and we cannot for the life of us figure out how to run the football.

They said our OL Coach is great beyond measure.

They said our OL recruits are great beyond all measure and deep and talented.

But, we cannot run the ball.

Is any of this coming back to you from just last year ?

Or, are you a blithering idiot with an 86 IQ ?

DISNEYdawg.com

So, do we hand the football to either Fullback ?

Do you know ?

Shaun Chapas 7 rushes for 45 yards on the entire freaking season.

Season of well duh maybe I guess we need to er uh rip the redshirt off Washaun Ealey now er uh in the uh 3rd quarter of the er uh 5th game.

Fred Munzenmaier 10 rushes for 37 yards.

Do you WONDER why we have NO FULLBACK RECRUITS ?

Do you want ME to recruit against UGA Bulldogs ? I would eat us up and spit us out recruiting against us.

Just to cement this thought into your itty-bitty teeny-weenie pea-brains UGA Bulldogs’ Offensive Coaching Staff :

(1)You had no running back. You had zero running game.
(2)You are LOSING games you SHOULD HAVE won.
(3)You ripped the redshirt off what ended up best RB 3rd quarter 5th game.
(4)This following having done the SAME to KNOWSHON MORENO.
(5)Mack Brown er uh he just wanted go to Florida, bad guy right ?
(6)You are 2-7 vs Florida but er uh UGA Best in SEC Coach Richt Era.
(7)Not coaches on Offense’s Fault. Nah, can’t lay that blame on them.
(8)None of the Offensive coaches played position they are COACHING.
(9)None of them.
(10)When you did rip redshirt off Washaun Ealey DID NOT START.
(11)Best Tailback, 11th best recruit in nation, NOT STARTER.
(12)RIPPED REDSHIRT OFF but of 13 games, he STARTS 2.
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(14)2 starts Washaun Ealey ALL SEASON LONG.
(15)Washaun Ealey 717 yards 5.7 per carry WASTED TALENT.
(16)Knowshon Moreno WASTED TALENT 14 rush Ga tek FL AL.
(17)In 13 games Chapas & Munzenmaier get less than a carry each per game.

Now, what is wrong with this picture ?

Er uh, duh, I dunno.

Uh it’s the damned players, right er uh I mean it can’t be the offensive coaching staff’s fault, not with all of us so great, er uh maybe it was at a different position that I ever played this bloody game, but er uh, I’m great at what I do.

Just look at the results.

You want to KNOW what HAPPENED in the RECRUITING ?

It’s just you DISNEYdawg that thinks the 17-year old kids are ALL WRONG.

I happen to agree with them.

BuLLdawg

February 14th, 2010
10:57 am

I have sat in the Sanford Stadium since the late 50s.

I have had season tickets.

I have been to more games in JAX than all of you combined.

I go to the bowl games.

I am a graduate with honors.

That’s of UGA.

I am not so blinded by the desire for my team to do well that I look at LSU and Florida both with better records than UGA in the Coach Richt Era, and say that we are better.

I also am aware that Alabama has also left us in the dust, now too.

8 years in a row UGA has had a better ranked football team than the Tennessee vols, so why is that we have lost to the vols HALF 4 of those games ?

8 inexplicable losses in the Coach Richt Era to teams NOT RANKED Final AP Poll Top 25.

How do you do that ?

How do we have no QB ready again this year ?

We ask Logan Gray in his 5th year here to go play Wide Out ?

It does not take a genius to determine that it is not I, but YOU yourself who question the decisions by the Offensive Coaching Staff in Coach Richt Era. I am not the only person sitting there booing the play calls. YOU are.

lagadawg

February 14th, 2010
10:59 am

To BuLLdog,AMEN and AMEN.Another thing,on 3rd and long we run plays that have no chance to pick up the 1st down,example 3rd and 14,still in the game against Fla. on Florida’s 45 we run a sweep,to me that is saying you are better than us and we give up.

Buckhead Bulldog

February 14th, 2010
10:59 am

I agree with you, BuLLdawg. Richt is not a dumb man so that is why I’m confused as to what he sees in Bobo. I don’t get it…..maybe, a pro Mike Bobo person can explain what I’m missing here? FYI- the talent of the athletes is there so……..

atl-xmen

February 14th, 2010
11:02 am

well i think its because bulldawg is a closet tech fan..he throws stats out there that dont matter…lets see the stats where bobo offense ranked in the sec, where the best football is played. dont give me the rankings aginst the whole ncaa where most of those teams play cupcake teams and can pad there stats. so bring up the bulldogs offensive numbers since richt and bobo have been there.

bobo knows what he is doing, coach richt does too. if any of you guys played college ball you can see this. i want to see you bobo haters and armchair qbs football resume

coachgb

February 14th, 2010
11:03 am

Wait a minute! Is Bobo too predictable, or does he try to always catch the other team off guard with an unpredictable play? Predictable, unpredictable, its got to be one or the other! You experts got any idea how many points or offense scored last year? Turnovers and penalties were the problem, not playcalling!!!

hirsutedawg

February 14th, 2010
11:07 am

BuLLdawg, Did it ever dawn on you that a vast majority of the time CWM’s “defense” had the offense in positions where it was nigh impossible to succeed? When you’re always playing from behind it’s much easier for the opposing defense to pin it’s ears back and stuff whatever it is you’re trying to do. IF CTG is as advertised, we’ll have enough play makers to get the job done on offense. Settle down.

atl-xmen

February 14th, 2010
11:10 am

im pro mike bobo and his play calling is just fine 95 percent of the time..no different than any other smart ex qb would call. you guys have to remember that uga has been really young the past 2 years and this offense is a pro style offense which makes it a very difficult offense to learn. bobo can only ask these talented young players to do so much. when these guys become seniors and dont leave early..watch out. ask any pro scout out there and they will tell you that uga players are well coached and prepared for the nfl. just look at how many uga players there are now in the nfl since richt has been there. you guys just need to open your eyes up a bit and see.

AltamahaDawg

February 14th, 2010
11:21 am

yea, I thought he had great accuarcy on the long ball. Not so great on the crossing patterns. Want to take an hour of your life and convince me how stupid I am?

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BuLLdawg

February 14th, 2010
11:28 am

Stats in The SEC D.A. ? That what you want since you don’t know how to LOOK THEM UP YOURSELF ?

2009 SEC Football

Team Statistics

SCORING OFFENSE G TD FG XPT 2XP DXP Saf Points Avg/G
1. Arkansas 12 58 14 56 0 0 1 448 37.3
2. Florida 13 56 21 52 0 0 0 451 34.7
3. Auburn 12 50 14 49 0 1 1 395 32.9
4. Alabama 13 47 29 39 2 0 0 412 31.7
5. Tennessee 12 47 13 44 0 0 1 367 30.6
6. Ole Miss 12 46 15 42 0 0 0 363 30.2
7. Georgia 12 39 19 37 1 0 1 332 27.7

TOTAL OFFENSE G Rush Pass Plays Yards Avg/P TD Avg/G
1. Florida 13 2928 2823 849 5751 6.8 51 442.4
2. Arkansas 12 1632 3640 778 5272 6.8 54 439.3
3. Auburn 12 2566 2622 842 5188 6.2 45 432.3
4. Alabama 13 2806 2573 884 5379 6.1 44 413.8
5. Ole Miss 12 2194 2673 800 4867 6.1 42 405.6
6. Tennessee 12 2038 2707 821 4745 5.8 45 395.4
7. Miss. State 12 2731 1732 821 4463 5.4 30 371.9
8. Georgia 12 1885 2457 725 4342 6.0 36 361.8

RUSHING OFFENSE G Att Yards Avg. TD Yards/G
1. Miss. State 12 555 2731 4.9 21 227.6
2. Florida 13 521 2928 5.6 26 225.2
3. Alabama 13 550 2806 5.1 27 215.8
4. Auburn 12 511 2566 5.0 21 213.8
5. Kentucky 12 509 2319 4.6 26 193.2
6. Ole Miss 12 453 2194 4.8 20 182.8
7. Tennessee 12 446 2038 4.6 18 169.8
8. Vanderbilt 12 451 1920 4.3 12 160.0
9. Georgia 12 407 1885 4.6 14 157.1

PASS OFFENSE G Comp Att Int Pct. Yards Avg. TD Avg/G
1. Arkansas 12 232 403 9 57.6 3640 9.0 31 303.3
2. South Carolina 12 228 402 9 56.7 2811 7.0 18 234.2
3. Tennessee 12 218 375 13 58.1 2707 7.2 27 225.6
4. Ole Miss 12 190 347 17 54.8 2673 7.7 22 222.8
5. Auburn 12 198 331 7 59.8 2622 7.9 24 218.5
6. Florida 13 218 328 5 66.5 2823 8.6 25 217.2
7. Georgia 12 175 318 16 55.0 2457 7.7 22 204.8

PASS EFFICIENCY G Comp Att Int Pct. Yards TD Effic.
1. Florida 13 218 328 5 66.5 2823 25 160.9
2. Arkansas 12 232 403 9 57.6 3640 31 154.4
3. Auburn 12 198 331 7 59.8 2622 24 146.1
4. Alabama 13 206 334 4 61.7 2573 17 140.8
5. Tennessee 12 218 375 13 58.1 2707 27 135.6
6. Georgia 12 175 318 16 55.0 2457 22 132.7

FIRST DOWNS G Rush Pass Pen Total Avg/G
1. Florida 13 150 123 13 286 22.0
2. Alabama 13 143 114 15 272 20.9
3. Tennessee 12 118 126 14 258 21.5
4. Auburn 12 131 107 10 248 20.7
5. Ole Miss 12 111 124 11 246 20.5
6. Arkansas 12 86 140 18 244 20.3
7. Kentucky 12 132 85 13 230 19.2
8. Miss. State 12 140 78 11 229 19.1
9. South Carolina 12 86 125 16 227 18.9
10. LSU 12 96 104 17 217 18.1
11. Georgia 12 87 108 14 209 17.4

3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS G Conv. Att. Pct.
1. Florida 13 81 165 49.1
2. Auburn 12 67 164 40.9
3. Alabama 13 74 182 40.7
4. Ole Miss 12 64 158 40.5
5. Tennessee 12 66 165 40.0
6. LSU 12 58 148 39.2
7. Kentucky 12 69 177 39.0
8. Georgia 12 59 152 38.8

PENALTIES G No. Yards Avg/G
1. Ole Miss 12 62 482 40.2
2. Kentucky 12 55 487 40.6
3. Tennessee 12 59 488 40.7
4. Alabama 13 64 560 43.1
5. LSU 12 76 569 47.4
6. Miss. State 12 67 590 49.2
7. Florida 13 83 645 49.6
8. Vanderbilt 12 75 600 50.0
9. Arkansas 12 83 654 54.5
South Carolina 12 76 654 54.5
11. Auburn 12 85 707 58.9
12. Georgia 12 99 839 69.9

TIME OF POSSESSION G Poss. Time Avg/G
1. Alabama 13 435:41 33:30
2. Miss. State 12 381:18 31:46
3. South Carolina 12 370:50 30:54
4. Tennessee 12 369:21 30:46
5. Florida 13 398:06 30:37
6. Kentucky 12 359:57 29:59
7. Ole Miss 12 353:52 29:29
8. Arkansas 12 352:43 29:23
9. Georgia 12 351:01 29:15

Gained Lost
TURNOVER MARGIN G Fumb Int Total Fumb Int Total Margin Per/G
1. Alabama 13 6 20 26 6 4 10 +16 1.23
2. Arkansas 12 16 11 27 5 9 14 +13 1.08
3. LSU 12 5 13 18 4 7 11 +7 0.58
4. Florida 13 3 20 23 11 5 16 +7 0.54
5. Tennessee 12 14 9 23 6 13 19 +4 0.33
6. Kentucky 12 6 16 22 8 11 19 +3 0.25
Vanderbilt 12 7 12 19 6 10 16 +3 0.25
8. Auburn 12 7 12 19 12 7 19 +0 0.00
9. South Carolina 12 10 6 16 10 9 19 -3 -0.25
10. Miss. State 12 8 17 25 13 17 30 -5 -0.42
11. Ole Miss 12 8 9 17 9 17 26 -9 -0.75
12. Georgia 12 2 8 10 11 16 27 -17 -1.42

WE ARE JUST SO MUCH BETTER THAN EVERYONE ELSE IN THE SEC ON OFFENSE.

So much better.

BuLLdawg

February 14th, 2010
11:32 am

BuLLdawg

February 14th, 2010
11:33 am

Just tell us again how JOE COX IS AS GOOD AS ANY QB EVER

atl-xmen

February 14th, 2010
11:40 am

bulldawg..i noticed you gave stats for this past year where uga started more under classmen than just about the whole sec. so go back to your tech computer and give us the stats how uga and bobo offense ranked in the sec since 2006 when stafford and bobo were running the show. those stats are more important than those other meaningless stats you gave earlier.

atl-xmen

February 14th, 2010
11:45 am

bulldawg give us those same exact stats since 2006.

atl-xmen

February 14th, 2010
11:55 am

bulldawg..this offense is fine and it will always be fine with richt and bobo there. they will have ups and downs just like every other team out there. just relax and enjoy the winning ways of richt and company these next 15 years or so. richt titles will come soon and when they do i guess you will stay on the tech blogs ripping pj high school offense,,=)

BuLLdawg

February 14th, 2010
12:01 pm

You don’t know how to look them up. You think this is great ?

2007 SEC Football
Team Statistics

2007 Southeastern Conference Team Statistics Through games of Jan 16, 2008

SCORING OFFENSE G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg
1. Florida 13 75 72 0 0 10 0 552 42.5
2. LSU 14 66 63 2 0 26 0 541 38.6
3. Arkansas 13 62 58 1 0 17 1 485 37.3
4. Kentucky 13 62 53 1 0 16 0 475 36.5
5. Georgia 13 53 50 1 0 18 0 424 32.6

PASS OFFENSE G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G
1. Kentucky 13 528 331 12 62.7 3743 7.1 40 287.9
2. Tennessee 14 534 333 12 62.4 3675 6.9 33 262.5
3. South Carolina 12 443 258 17 58.2 3098 7.0 20 258.2
4. Florida 13 361 240 6 66.5 3341 9.3 32 257.0
5. LSU 14 442 256 13 57.9 3154 7.1 29 225.3
6. Alabama 13 472 263 12 55.7 2919 6.2 19 224.5
7. Ole Miss 12 390 199 20 51.0 2565 6.6 17 213.8
8. Georgia 13 365 199 10 54.5 2579 7.1 20 198.4

RUSHING OFFENSE G Att Yds Avg TD Yds/G
1. Arkansas 13 625 3725 6.0 33 286.5
2. LSU 14 612 2998 4.9 35 214.1
3. Florida 13 487 2602 5.3 39 200.2
4. Georgia 13 509 2304 4.5 32 177.2

TOTAL OFFENSE G Rush Pass Plays Yards Avg/P TD Yds/G
1. Florida 13 2602 3341 848 5943 7.0 71 457.2
2. Arkansas 13 3725 2125 938 5850 6.2 57 450.0
3. Kentucky 13 2021 3743 1013 5764 5.7 60 443.4
4. LSU 14 2998 3154 1054 6152 5.8 64 439.4
5. Tennessee 14 1946 3675 993 5621 5.7 52 401.5
6. Georgia 13 2304 2579 874 4883 5.6 52 375.6

PASS EFFICIENCY G Att Cmp Pct Int Yds TD Effic
1. Florida 13 361 240 .665 6 3341 32 170.2
2. Kentucky 13 528 331 .627 12 3743 40 142.7
3. Tennessee 14 534 333 .624 12 3675 33 136.1
4. LSU 14 442 256 .579 13 3154 29 133.6
5. Arkansas 13 313 179 .572 11 2125 24 132.5
6. Georgia 13 365 199 .545 10 2579 20 126.5

PENALTIES G No Yds Avg/G
1. Alabama 13 59 453 34.8
2. Vanderbilt 12 59 479 39.9
3. South Carolina 12 69 532 44.3
4. Tennessee 14 74 641 45.8
5. Ole Miss 12 77 571 47.6
6. Auburn 13 80 619 47.6
7. Mississippi State 13 77 680 52.3
8. Arkansas 13 82 707 54.4
9. Kentucky 13 83 717 55.2
10. Georgia 13 91 760 58.5

4TH-DN CONVERSIONS G Conv Att Pct
1. LSU 14 13 16 81.2
2. Auburn 13 13 19 68.4
3. Vanderbilt 12 12 21 57.1
4. Kentucky 13 12 22 54.5
5. Florida 13 7 13 53.8
Georgia 13 7 13 53.8
7. Tennessee 14 9 17 52.9

3RD-DN CONVERSIONS G Conv Att Pct
1. Florida 13 78 146 53.4
2. Kentucky 13 94 195 48.2
3. LSU 14 104 223 46.6
4. Georgia 13 82 183 44.8

FIRST DOWNS G Rush Pass Pen Total
1. Kentucky 13 130 182 23 335
2. LSU 14 153 146 17 316
3. Florida 13 153 141 11 305
4. Alabama 13 119 144 33 296
5. Tennessee 14 113 159 21 293
6. Arkansas 13 165 97 11 273
7. South Carolina 12 94 143 18 255
8. Georgia 13 108 125 18 251

atl-xmen

February 14th, 2010
12:03 pm

and when you do pull up those stats just keep in mine how many of those years uga had more underclassmen playing than upperclassmen.

you will see that when uga has more jrs and seniors playing that those stats are way better than when uga has fresh and sophs playing.

also keep in mind that richts wins at just about 80 percent of the time with or without more jrs or seniors playing. all schools go through this when they have players either leave early for the nfl or after there senior year. uga will always recruit well with richt and company there and i have no worries with them coaching uga’s team.

the only stat that matters is wins and losses and richt wins with the best of them. so could you just go back to the tech blog and stay.

atl-xmen

February 14th, 2010
12:06 pm

Sortable Team Stats: Passing Offense ( 2008 WHEN STAFFORD WAS A JR) NOT TO YOUR LIKING EITHER I GUESS

Sortable Team Stats: Passing Offense

Offense Defense Special Teams

Total Passing Rushing Receiving Filter: ——- FBS -

Team G Att/G Comp/G Pct PassYds Y/G TD Int 1stD Long Sack YdsL
Georgia 12 30.8 18.8 61.2 3360 280.0 27 10 148 78 17 -126
Arkansas 12 36.9 21.1 57.1 3115 259.6 19 18 134 87 44 -272
Florida 13 23.0 14.8 64.5 2764 212.6 33 5 117 70 16 -104
South Carolina 12 33.5 18.6 55.5 2622 218.5 20 27 117 66 39 -232
Mississippi 12 25.9 14.3 55.3 2583 215.3 27 15 110 88 17 -92
LSU 12 30.3 15.8 51.9 2454 204.5 21 18 107 66 22 -185
Alabama 13 23.4 13.6 58.2 2219 170.7 11 9 104 64 25 -178
Mississippi St. 12 32.1 17.5 54.5 2092 174.3 10 12 108 50 34 -255
Kentucky 12 32.0 17.3 54.2 2030 169.2 11 13 89 71 12 -86
Auburn 12 28.4 15.3 54.0 1985 165.4 7 13 82 58 20 -158
Tennessee 12 25.8 12.8 49.5 1750 145.8 8 9 70 63 25 -170
Vanderbilt 12 24.9 12.3 49.2 1473 122.8 14 12 68 79 26 -178

BuLLdawg

February 14th, 2010
12:09 pm

2006 SEC Football

Team Statistics

2006 SEC Team Statistics Through games of Jan 12, 2007

SCORING OFFENSE G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg
————————————————————–
1. LSU…………….. 13 59 57 0 0 9 0 438 33.7
2. Florida…………. 14 57 50 1 0 6 2 416 29.7
3. Arkansas………… 14 55 50 1 0 6 2 404 28.9
4. Tennessee……….. 13 44 42 0 0 18 1 362 27.8
5. Kentucky………… 13 45 42 0 0 11 1 347 26.7
6. South Carolina…… 13 43 40 0 0 16 0 346 26.6
7. Georgia…………. 13 40 33 2 0 16 1 327 25.2

PASS OFFENSE G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G
——————————————————————
1. Kentucky………… 13 436 273 7 62.6 3597 8.2 31 276.7
2. Tennessee……….. 13 415 265 11 63.9 3438 8.3 24 264.5
3. LSU…………….. 13 368 245 9 66.6 3272 8.9 30 251.7
4. South Carolina…… 13 389 243 13 62.5 3259 8.4 24 250.7
5. Florida…………. 14 399 255 14 63.9 3305 8.3 29 236.1
6. Alabama…………. 13 393 224 10 57.0 2767 7.0 18 212.8
7. Vanderbilt………. 12 337 187 14 55.5 2417 7.2 16 201.4
8. Mississippi St…… 12 360 171 16 47.5 2300 6.4 10 191.7
9. Georgia…………. 13 342 184 16 53.8 2397 7.0 12 184.4

|–Gained–||—Lost—|
TURNOVER MARGIN G Fum Int Tot Fum Int Tot Mar Per/G
————————————————————–
1. Kentucky………… 13 18 14 32 10 7 17 +15 1.15
2. Alabama…………. 13 11 16 27 10 10 20 +7 0.54
3. Auburn………….. 13 15 10 25 10 10 20 +5 0.38
4. Florida…………. 14 8 21 29 10 14 24 +5 0.36
5. Tennessee……….. 13 4 16 20 9 11 20 +0 0.00
LSU…………….. 13 5 16 21 12 9 21 +0 0.00
7. Georgia…………. 13 11 19 30 15 16 31 -1 -0.08

RUSHING OFFENSE G Att Yds Avg TD Yds/G
——————————————————–
1. Arkansas………… 14 539 3199 5.9 26 228.5
2. LSU…………….. 13 450 2155 4.8 25 165.8
3. Florida…………. 14 476 2240 4.7 24 160.0
4. Vanderbilt………. 12 385 1795 4.7 18 149.6
5. Auburn………….. 13 470 1927 4.1 21 148.2
6. South Carolina…… 13 414 1876 4.5 19 144.3
7. Georgia…………. 13 426 1656 3.9 21 127.4

TOTAL OFFENSE G Rush Pass Plays Yards Avg/P TD Yds/G
—————————————————————-
1. LSU…………….. 13 2155 3272 818 5427 6.6 55 417.5
2. Florida…………. 14 2240 3305 875 5545 6.3 53 396.1
3. South Carolina…… 13 1876 3259 803 5135 6.4 43 395.0
4. Arkansas………… 14 3199 2093 841 5292 6.3 49 378.0
5. Kentucky………… 13 1282 3597 847 4879 5.8 43 375.3
6. Tennessee……….. 13 1404 3438 797 4842 6.1 41 372.5
7. Vanderbilt………. 12 1795 2417 722 4212 5.8 34 351.0
8. Alabama…………. 13 1600 2767 848 4367 5.1 28 335.9
9. Auburn………….. 13 1927 2245 752 4172 5.5 35 320.9
10.Georgia…………. 13 1656 2397 768 4053 5.3 33 311.8

PASS EFFICIENCY G Att Cmp Pct Int Yds TD Effic
————————————————————–
1. LSU…………….. 13 368 245 .666 9 3272 30 163.3
2. Kentucky………… 13 436 273 .626 7 3597 31 152.2
3. Florida…………. 14 399 255 .639 14 3305 29 150.5
4. Tennessee……….. 13 415 265 .639 11 3438 24 147.2
5. South Carolina…… 13 389 243 .625 13 3259 24 146.5
6. Auburn………….. 13 282 171 .606 10 2245 14 136.8
7. Alabama…………. 13 393 224 .570 10 2767 18 126.2
8. Vanderbilt………. 12 337 187 .555 14 2417 16 123.1
9. Arkansas………… 14 302 154 .510 18 2093 23 122.4
10.Georgia…………. 13 342 184 .538 16 2397 12 114.9

FIRST DOWNS G Rush Pass Pen Total
———————————————–
1. Florida…………. 14 117 152 16 285
2. LSU…………….. 13 129 138 16 283
3. South Carolina…… 13 109 142 19 270
4. Kentucky………… 13 94 142 18 254
5. Arkansas………… 14 142 89 19 250
6. Tennessee……….. 13 84 155 10 249
7. Alabama…………. 13 97 128 22 247
8. Auburn………….. 13 111 100 8 219
9. Georgia…………. 13 93 116 8 217

PENALTIES G No Yds Avg/G
——————————————
1. Vanderbilt………. 12 48 399 33.2
2. Tennessee……….. 13 64 490 37.7
3. Ole Miss………… 12 59 464 38.7
4. Alabama…………. 13 78 557 42.8
5. Auburn………….. 13 72 595 45.8
6. Georgia…………. 13 78 611 47.0

3RD-DN CONVERSIONS G Conv Att Pct
——————————————-
1. LSU…………….. 13 70 145 48.3
2. Tennessee……….. 13 78 162 48.1
3. South Carolina…… 13 72 151 47.7
4. Florida…………. 14 74 167 44.3
5. Arkansas………… 14 70 167 41.9
6. Alabama…………. 13 77 185 41.6
7. Auburn………….. 13 63 156 40.4
8. Georgia…………. 13 62 159 39.0

TIME OF POSSESSION G Total Time Avg/G
———————————————-
1. Alabama…………. 13 417:08 32:05
2. Florida…………. 14 435:29 31:06
3. Auburn………….. 13 391:52 30:08
4. Kentucky………… 13 390:58 30:04
5. South Carolina…… 13 390:13 30:01
6. LSU…………….. 13 389:55 29:59
7. Georgia…………. 13 384:13 29:33

OK.

I’m ready. What made you think these are ANY different ?

atl-xmen

February 14th, 2010
12:14 pm

I notice you left out 2008 when staff was a jr so i put that one in.also i have richts resume’ posted as well now where is yours big shot?

atl-xmen

February 14th, 2010
12:16 pm

also you left out the won loss records and how those years uga was ranked in the final coaches poll.

come on man you can just give the negative stats..=)

BuLLdawg

February 14th, 2010
12:16 pm

.

Bozo OC scored 12 points vs 6-Loss no Bowl Game South Carolina 2007.

Bozo OC scored 14 points vs 4-Loss vols 2007. vols scored 35.

Bozo OC put up 20 points vs 7-Loss Vandie 2007.

Bozo OC put up 24 points vs 5-Loss Kentucky 2007.

This was with Knowshon Moreno AND Matthew Stafford.

.

.

Bozo put up 14 points vs 5-Loss South Carolina 2008 Knowshon Stafford AJ Green.

Bozo put up 10 points vs Florida 2008 Knowshon Stafford AJ Green.

Bozo applauded by FL players when Joe Cox scored with 1 minute to go.

Bozo put up 17 points vs 7-Loss Auburn with Knowshon Stafford AJ Green.

Bozo 24 Mich St 27 vs 7-Loss Ar St, 26 vs 7-Loss vols, 24 vs 6-Loss Vandie

This was with Knowshon Moreno, Stafford AND AJ Green.

.

.

Bozo put up 10 vs Okie State UNRANKED Not Top 25 Final AP Poll 2009.

Bozo put up 20 vs 8-Loss Arizona State 2009.

Bozo put up 13 vs LSU who beat no Final AP Poll Top 25 team.

Bozo put up 19 vs 6-Loss vols. vols put up 45.

Bozo put up 27 vs 6-Loss UNRANKED Kentucky.

Bozo put up 17 vs Florida this year after 10 last year when he got applauds from the Florida players on the sidelines politely applauding Bozo for finally scoring with a minute left the only touchdown he got with Knowshon Moreno, Matthew Stafford and AJ Green.

.

.

2006 #79 Pass Offense #90 Total Offense #70 Penalty 16 interceptions 22 fumbles

2007 #84 Pass Offense #74 Total Offense # 85 Penalty 10 interceptions 18 fumbles

2008 #56 Rush Offense #116 Most Penalties in nation 10 interceptions 19 fumbles

2009 #80 Pass Offense #75 Total Offense #113 Penalty 17 interceptions 23 fumbles

8 Losses in 9 years Coach Richt Era vs team not ranked Top 25 Final AP Poll

3 wins in 11 games Coach Richt Era vs SEC teams in Top 10 Final AP Poll

17-19 vs Top 25 Final AP Poll teams in all games The Coach Mark Richt Era

On the national stage,

Coach Richt has not had 1 single bowl game against a great opponent.

Is there anything you want to know ?

atl-xmen

February 14th, 2010
12:18 pm

check these out bulldawg….are you still hating?

Only Coaches To Win Two SEC Titles In First Five Years

Frank Thomas, Alabama (1933, ‘34)
Bernie Moore, LSU (1935, ‘36)
Vince Dooley, Georgia (1966, ‘68)
Steve Spurrier, Florida (1991, ‘93)
Nick Saban, LSU (2001, ‘03)
Mark Richt, Georgia (2002, ‘05)
Only SEC Coaches To Record Four Straight 10-Win Seasons

Paul “Bear” Bryant, Alabama (1971-74, 1977-80)
Vince Dooley, Georgia (1980-83)
Phillip Fulmer, Tennessee (1995-98)
Mark Richt, Georgia (2002-05)
Steve Spurrier, Florida (1993-98)

AP All-SEC Total
Coaches All-SEC 1st Team
NFL Draftees Totals
LSU 59

LSU 32
Georgia 46

Florida 56
Georgia 30
LSU 44
Georgia 55
Auburn 26
Florida 41

Auburn 42

Arkansas 20

Tennessee 40
Tennessee 44

Florida 25

Auburn 29
Arkansas 43
Tennessee 21
Alabama 29
Alabama 35
Alabama 24
South Carolina
26

Kentucky 28
Ole Miss 13
Arkansas
22
Ole Miss 25

Kentucky 13

Ole Miss
16
Miss. State 19
Vanderbilt 8
Kentucky
10

S. Carolina 18
S. Carolina 9
Miss. State
9

Vanderbilt 14

Miss. State 3
Vanderbilt 8

AP All-SEC 1st Team
Freshman All-SEC Totals
NFL 1st rounders Totals
Georgia 33

Arkansas 24
Georgia 8

LSU 29
Georgia
24
LSU
8

Florida 26
Vanderbilt
22
Tennessee 8

Auburn
23
Auburn 20
Auburn
6
Alabama 21 Alabama 20 Arkansas 6
Tennessee 18
Miss. State 19
Florida 6

Arkansas 17
Florida 18
S. Carolina 3
Kentucky 15
Tennessee 17
Ole Miss 3
Ole Miss 13
LSU 16
Vanderbilt 2
Vanderbilt 8
Kentucky 14
Kentucky 1
S. Carolina 7
Ole Miss
13
Alabama 1

Miss. State 6

S. Carolina 11
Miss. State 0

Coaches All-SEC Total
All-Americans Totals
National Awards Won Totals
Florida
64
LSU 14
LSU 6

LSU 60
Florida
12

Florida
5

Georgia
56

Georgia 10
Georgia 4
Tennessee
45

Tennessee 10
Ole Miss
4

Alabama
48
Auburn
8
Kentucky 4
Auburn 41
Arkansas 7

Alabama 2
Arkansas 37
Alabama 5
Arkansas 1
Kentucky
29
Ole Miss 4
Auburn 1
Ole Miss
26

S. Carolina 2
Miss. State 0
Vanderbilt 22

Kentucky 1
S. Carolina 0
S. Carolina 22
Vanderbilt 1
Tennessee 0
Miss. State 16
Miss. State 0

Vanderbilt 0

(at end of 2008 season)

30-4
In An Opponent’s Stadium:

2001 Season:
#6 Tennessee W, 26-24
Vanderbilt W, 30-14
Ole Miss W, 35-15
#21 Ga. Tech W, 31-17

2002 Season:
South Carolina W, 13-7
#22 Alabama W, 27-25
Kentucky W, 52-24
#24 Auburn W, 24-21

2003 Season:
Clemson W, 30-0
#11 LSU L, 17-10
#13 Tennessee W, 41-14
Vanderbilt W, 27-8
Ga. Tech W, 34-17

2004 Season:
South Carolina W, 20-16
Arkansas W, 20-14
Kentucky W, 62-17
#3 Auburn L, 24-6

2005 Season:
Miss. State W, 23-10
#8 Tennessee W, 27-14
Vanderbilt W, 34-17
#20 Ga. Tech W, 14-7

2006 Season:
South Carolina W, 18-0
Ole Miss W, 14-9
Kentucky L, 24-20
#5 Auburn W, 37-15

2007 Season:
#16 Alabama W, 26-23
Tennessee L, 35-14
Vanderbilt W, 20-17
Georgia Tech W, 31-17

2008 Season:

South Carolina W, 14-7
Arizona State W, 27-10
#11 LSU W, 52-38
Kentucky W, 42-38
Auburn W, 17-13

6-2
In Bowl Games:

2001 Season:
Music City Bowl
Lost to Boston College 20-16 in Nashville, Tenn.
Record/AP Ranking/Coaches Ranking:
8-4/22nd/25th

2002 Season:
Nokia Sugar Bowl
Beat #16 Florida State 26-13 in New Orleans, La.
Record/AP Ranking/Coaches Ranking:
13-1/3rd/3rd

2003 Season:
Capital One Bowl
Beat #12 Purdue 34-27 OT in Orlando, Fla.
Record/AP Ranking/Coaches Ranking:
11-3/7th/6th

2004 Season:
Outback Bowl
Beat #17 Wisconsin 24-21 in Tampa, Fla.
Record/AP Ranking/Coaches Ranking:
10-2/7th/6th

2005 Season:
Nokia Sugar Bowl
Lost to #11 West Virginia 38-35 in Atlanta, Ga.
Record/AP Ranking/Coaches Ranking:
10-3/10th/10th

2006 Season:
Chick-Fil-A Bowl
Beat #14 Virginia Tech 31-24 in Atlanta, Ga.
Record/AP Ranking/Coaches Ranking:
9-4/23rd/24th

2007 Season:
Allstate Sugar Bowl
Beat #10 Hawaii 41-10 in New Orleans, La.
Record/AP Ranking/Coaches Ranking:
11-2 / 2nd / 3rd

2008 Season:
Capital One Bowl
Beat #19 Michigan State 24-12 in Orlando, Fla.
Record/AP Ranking/Coaches Ranking:
10-3/13th/10th

BuLLdawg

February 14th, 2010
12:19 pm

I am not giving just negative results.

I said I like Coach Richt.

I do NOT like his coaching staff