Mike Bobo and Mark Richt aren’t why Georgia lost to Auburn

Auburn might have had more sacks had it not been for Aaron Murray's scrambling ability. (Associated Press)

Auburn might have had more sacks had it not been for Aaron Murray's scrambling ability. (Associated Press)

Some more thoughts on Georgia’s loss to Auburn. …

As I mentioned briefly Saturday night, you can quibble with some of Mike Bobo’s calls in the game against the Tigers, particularly when he tried things (I’m thinking Branden Smith in the wildcat or screen passes to the short side of the field on third-and-long) that seemed to have much less of a chance of working than simply throwing it in A.J. Green’s direction.

And while Auburn hitman Nick Fairley (I feel the need for Purell hand sanitizer after just typing his name) is more than a handful to block, the Dogs’ pass protection faltered a bit too often Saturday. The Dogs only gave up four sacks, but that amount might have been close to doubled had it not been for Aaron Murray’s elusiveness and scrambling ability. And besides taking a lot of late hits, Murray was hurried on some key plays, like the too-high pass to Kris Durham in the end zone late in the third quarter when one of the backs missed his block.

And, yes, you can question Mark Richt running out the final 50-odd seconds of the first half rather than trying to get some more points. Perhaps he also should have been a bit more forceful in warning his kickoff return team about the possibility of an on-side kick to open the second half. And, frankly, I think he blinked in the eye-to-eye confrontation with Auburn when he called for a field goal at the end of the third quarter. When you’re in a shootout with an offense that eats up clock, you have to make the most of every possession you get.

But overall Bobo and the Georgia offense were what kept the Dogs in the game, and with the exception of the on-side kick I don’t think Richt and company got outcoached by Gene Chizik.

The reason Georgia lost against Auburn was pretty much the same reason the Dogs have lost five other games: The defense just isn’t up to current SEC or past UGA standards.

And this isn’t a complaint about Todd Grantham’s schemes. It didn’t matter what signals he called Saturday against the Tigers defense, the players on the field simply weren’t capable of stopping Cam Newton and company. The lack of a nose guard able to take control of the line of scrimmage has pretty much submarined Grantham’s attempt to install his 3-4 defense this year and unless Georgia manages to scrounge up a big JUCO player, I wonder how much better it’ll be next year.

Of course, nobody has really stopped Newton, so I’ll give them that. But as a frustrated Justin Houston lamented after the game, the Tigers did a lot of damage with players other than Newton running the reverse, including gashing the Dogs for 31 yards one time and 48 yards another time. Houston blamed “blown assignments” and defenders not being “where they were supposed to be,” adding, “Some guys weren’t as focused as they need to be and it hurt us. It’s been hurting us all season.”

Indeed it has, especially in the secondary, where Georgia’s safety play has been consistently poor. Bacarri Rambo may have snagged a key interception on a tipped ball Saturday, but otherwise his play was tentative much of the evening. And while I suppose it was to be expected that Georgia would be keying on the run since that’s Auburn’s bread and butter (that’s all they did in the third quarter), the Dogs defenders seemed to completely forget that Newton also can throw the ball. He ended up completing 12 of 15 passes (80 percent) for 148 yards and two touchdowns, and that was with a couple of drops in the first half by wide-open receivers.

Come to think of it, on just about all Auburn’s completions the receiver was open. You expect that sort of thing early in the season after a new defense has been installed. But when it’s still happening in the 11th game, you have to conclude the folks out on the field mostly just aren’t capable of getting it done.

Finally, a couple of observations on the way our so-called “country cousins” at Auburn handled this major rivalry game. Afterward, Chizik might have declared himself “disappointed” and “not happy” about two of his players getting ejected when tempers started to flare late, but as I noted in my previous blog he seemed to be doing anything but trying to keep his players’ emotions in check on the sideline.

And then there was the reaction of the Auburn fans when Georgia linebacker Reuben Faloughi went down with a leg injury in the fourth quarter, resulting in the Tigers’ hurry-up game getting slowed down momentarily.

They booed the hurt player.

Really classy. War damn eagle, indeed.

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uga_fan39

November 16th, 2010
9:16 am

Re-watched the game. I do agree that even though he’s opened it up alittle Bobo has to go, but as long as Richt is coaching he stays. Sorry but thats the style of offense Richt wants to run. Bobo is mearly a reflection of him. As far as the defense goes, I dont care what Grantham dials up, with the secondary we have and the lack of size up front theres nothing he can do. Stopping the run starts up front, remember we lost 3 of the best d-lineman in the game last year to the pros. Had we had those guys this year I think things would have been alot different. As far as the secondary goes, lets face it, other than Ogletree there’s no-one back there. Rambo and Cuff are beyond sub-par when it comes to coverage. Both are continuesly out of postion, basically the entire secondary looks lost. I would venture to say that if we had anyone any better they would be back there but we don’t. This is a result of recruiting and evaluating talent or lack there of I should say. Remember when CMR was winning we had some of the best defenses in the SEC. He could run his conservative offense and depend on his defense for stops. Now its still the same conservative offensive game plan but he doesnt have the defense to bail him out. We’ll see how he handles it this spring, but another year of this and he’ll be gone…

RMikel58

November 16th, 2010
9:16 am

I still like to reluctantly congradulate Auburn on their win against my Georgia Bulldogs last saturday.
Eventhough we played exceptionally well til the 4th quarter, it was fun to watch and i was real sorry to see the questionable hit on Murray and the scuffles toward the end of the game.
At the end of the day its just a football game thats entertaining and not the end of the world. We’re really lucky to be able to watch sports on T.V cause alot of countries dont.
We get very emotional with these games and call one another names and personally attack each ones characters but in the end we’re all American’s that loves our country and our sports and we should remember that these are our neighbors and friends that are good decent people that may not see our point of view but share the same emotions about their teams that sometimes gets out of hand.
These are kids that are going to college to better theirselves and enrich their lives and make a difference in society.
Kids that are blessed to be able to go to college and be great at a sport that will continue til they graduate.
I believe that most of the people here are very passionate about their college football and say things that may be true or untrue trying to convince others that their right and everyone else is wrong. Auburn fans deserve to be proud of what they’ve accomplished this season 11-0, Being a Georgia Fan i can only say that we’re frustrated by the occurences of going 5-6 and so we have alot of resentment built up inside and come here to vent or protect the feelings we have inside with Georgia.
I think Auburn fan’s would be the same way if the shoe was on the other foot but still isnt an excuse to blatantly call names and get personal here.
Im not proud of Auburn, how can i be im a Dawg Fan. But i can be respectful and use talking points and express my point of view but at the end of the day we’re all Americans and neighbors and sports fans.
Just wanted to say that to all the Auburn Fans. Good luck and hope all your players stay healthy so that maybe you can win a national championship,
GO SEC!!!!!

UGA fans are idiots

November 16th, 2010
9:23 am

UGA SUCKS!!!!!!!!

HAVE FUN SITTING HOME, DAWG TARDS!!!!!!

UGA fans are idiots

November 16th, 2010
9:25 am

UGA fans are a bunch of whiny little momma’s boys.

UGA was destroyed by a great Auburn team that was playing under tremendous stress. Cam and company ran all over a pitiful little UGA squad full of nobodies.

YOU SUCK UGA!!!!!!!!

He Hate Gator

November 16th, 2010
9:27 am

Dumb article. Of course Richt is to blame for a lackluster defense…he’s the head coach and he recruited ‘em. As far as the offense….it has its share of the blame due to its “big play” philosophy versus that of ball control, time management and keeping the other teams’ offense off the field, 3 items most Richt teams have not excelled at….

UGA fans are idiots

November 16th, 2010
9:28 am

Flashback one week: UGA fans: UGA gone beat up on da Aubarn team by 100 points.

Flash forward three days: Aubarn cheated and plays dirty. WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I WANT MY MOMMY WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!

Also, for all the UGA losers, if you have any proof that Auburn payed Newton please inform the FBI and NCAA.

Thanks

Girlygirl

November 16th, 2010
9:29 am

Rambo got a personal foul on the first play of the game. I was at the game and have watched it 2 times on tv. Fairley made one bad late hit and got a flag. The other hit couild have gone either way but fairley was choped block 3 times and only called for it one time. Ga had 5 personal fouls in that game. Also number 2 had two personal fouls in one drive.The fans were booing because that player was going off the field and was almost to the sideline when they told him to lay down. I saw it with my own eyes.

Bobo's A Duldo

November 16th, 2010
9:37 am

Girly, I’m glad you didn’t see it with someone else’s eyes…

Bobo's A Duldo

November 16th, 2010
9:41 am

Cam Newton left,Cam Newton right,Cam Newton up the middle. it didn’t matter where he ran because Dawgs couldn’t stop him period. The UGA defense is embarassing.

BigDawg48

November 16th, 2010
9:59 am

You Auburn fans are garbage. Where have you been for the previous 4 years but with the purchase of a player….(Which always seems to come to light), you all are beating your breast in excitement. Georgia has owned yall for years and cam is 1 and done.

As for Fairly, he would have never made it through the end of that game if I were playing and you guys are classless. Bring your snuff dipping, camo truck driving, Yes We Cam (funny when you think about you hate Mr. Yes We Can), pieces of crap to Athens next year. This is going to be fun!!!

UGA fans are idiots

November 16th, 2010
10:14 am

“You Auburn fans are garbage.”

11-0, tard. 11-0.

“Where have you been for the previous 4 years but with the purchase of a player’

LOL!!!! Yet another inbred dawg fan with no proof of such claims.

“Georgia has owned yall for years and cam is 1 and done. ”

Auburn owns the series, turd.

“As for Fairly, he would have never made it through the end of that game if I were playing and you guys are classless.”

Fairly would destroy you.

“Yes We Cam (funny when you think about you hate Mr. Yes We Can), pieces of crap to Athens next year. ”

SUCK IT, SMALLDAWG48!!!!!!!!!!

“This is going to be fun!!!”

Not as fun as watching you losers stay home this year!!!!!!!

UGA fans are idiots

November 16th, 2010
10:16 am

BigDawg48 = LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!!

ADMan

November 16th, 2010
10:21 am

I laugh at the Auburn fans on this blog trying to defend their coaches and players actions during the game Saturday. When’s the last time youv’e seen a head coach of a major university chest bump a player after he’s caused injury to an opponent? Chizik showed his true colors Saturday. He’s got a good team but they are out of control……I wonder if Shug Jordan ever chest bumped one of his players?….I don’t think so. I guess when your winning you can turn a blind eye on things like character,and sportsmanship…and also except cheaters and felons. Auburn and it’s fans are living a lie and 90% of them know it…they just don’t want to admit it….when you haven’t won anything in a while you’ll grab at anything to build yourself up….Newton will get his money from the NFL and fit in well with Mike Vick and Randy Moss….and Auburn…they’ll be left holding the bag after the SEC and NCAA strip them of all the games that Newton played in…..and Cecil Newton will still be laughing behind their back…all the way to the bank…Sad……Very Sad!

Ben

November 16th, 2010
10:34 am

Wah….. UGA fans are with you win, win or win. Which school is it with all the arrests? Which school is it that had a coach-sanctioned field rush vs UF in 07? Which coach has said NOTHING about his players targeting Fairley after he was blocked into Murray? I’ve been to plenty of AU/thUGA matchups and most of the time I’ve run into situations where the UGA fans are being absolute classless pieces of trash.

UGA fans are idiots

November 16th, 2010
10:49 am

ADMan

What is really sad is people like you who whine and cry. Get over it and look forward to next season.

UGA fans are idiots

November 16th, 2010
10:51 am

“and also except cheaters and felons. ”

Are you talking about the 12 UGA football players arrested this year?

“Auburn and it’s fans are living a lie and 90% of them know it”

Where do you get your “stats” from, tard?

“they’ll be left holding the bag after the SEC and NCAA strip them of all the games that Newton played in”

The only people who wish ill on other schools are losers who losing teams won’t go to a bowl game.

Sucks for you.

CamTheMan

November 16th, 2010
11:09 am

Nose Guard

November 16th, 2010
11:10 am

UGA clearly lacks a nose guard of the type that Alabama had last year with Cody. We need a huge mountain of a man that can handle two O linemen and thusly, allowing our line backers to come in and hit the slot and make plays. THIS is one huge reason that UGA has lost 6 games this year. SC ran it up the middle all day long in UGA and so did Colorado. We need to get two from JUCO land.

Overall ……….the UGA D did play somewhat better on D this year. I am very, very worried about Justin Houston’s comments that “some of the defenders lack focus”. THAT is a problem and I wonder about their overall football IQ.

Go Dogs.

UGA 45-20 if AM plays.

Chris

November 16th, 2010
11:11 am

We are a mediocre team with mediocre coaching. Changes need to be made sooner rather than later. Why should Richt get a free pass because of what he did his first five years???? I just don’t get it.

Over his last five years, he has a worst SEC record than Donnan. Something’s gotta give, and I for one don’t feel like suffereing through another dismal year before changes are made. We may not have lost this game because of terrible coaching but what about the other 5 Bill?????

Alabama Dog

November 16th, 2010
11:15 am

Bobo’s A Duldo: I agree with you COMPLETELY-there was absolutely NO excuse for blowing a 21-7 lead. The defense is an absolute JOKE! While I realize it’s a new system, and they’re getting somewhat more acclaimated to it, but it seemed like once they got a comfortable lead, they abandoned the defensive schemes that were working sucessfully. The 2nd quarter is way too early to play passive defense, especially against an offense that can score almost at will!

FBI is conducting ..........

November 16th, 2010
11:22 am

Yeah, the UGA players raised some dumb ass H– this past summer and two or three got gonefrom UGA for pinching gals, slapping gals and what ever else that they did. Absolutely, the Social Circle PD and the mighty on the spot Athens PD was involved. UGA grads ( I are one ) were embarrased. Ealey is a dumb ass and so is Calbe King and the clothing salesman. They paid for it and it hurt UGA this year. 6-6 we will be. OH well …………

At AU, however, and currently talking to MSU is the ……………..FBI. ALL ………ALL of the tv networks as well as local Atlanta TV WSB are mentioning that they first plan to interview John Bond, the former ( 80s) QB from MSU and his meeting with that shady Kenny Rogers. Then, they will interview AU and their players. AU…………are y’all proud still?? Hmmmmmmmm??

Remember, Daddy Newton has admitted hawking his son’s football prowess for $, question is whom else did he try to sell him to. THAT is why the FBI is involved because of the bigger implications of such trash.

AU …………UGA kids do drink and do dumb things and never, never has the FBI been involved, like they are now with AU. AU ………… I am talking about the FBI !!!!

AU …………BE PROUD. Forfeiture will taint your program for many years. Enjoy it now. It will all go by by.

Dangerous

November 16th, 2010
11:28 am

Out coached by Gene Cheezik, please. Little Barry Switzer Jr wouldn’t be able to prance the side line like he does if Cam newton wasn’t carrying his team and making him look smarter than he really is! Fairley is a big P#$$ and so are the Dawgs for not getting him…….who the F@ck cares what Richt would have thought………..take care of your own!

embarrassing dawgs

November 16th, 2010
11:48 am

who cares if AUBURN wins the sec title and national title,it all going down the tolit,when auburn is found guilty of using a ineligibe player and put on probation.

Girlygirl

November 16th, 2010
11:55 am

GA = CRYBABYS

Girlygirl

November 16th, 2010
11:57 am

GA= 11 PLAYERS ARESTED IN ONE YEAR !!!!

suwanee dawg

November 16th, 2010
12:12 pm

Mitch,
I went to UGA and my wife went to Auburn. I even got married in Auburn. We watched the game with our kids. After the game, my wife went upstairs and changed clothes. She was ashamed of Auburn between Farley and the fans booing. She set a great example for our kids. I suggest you man up and stop defending such poor behavior.

UGA fans are idiots

November 16th, 2010
12:20 pm

embarrassing dawgs

Keep on dreaming, because as of right now, the dawgs ain’t goin nowhere.

UGA fans are idiots

November 16th, 2010
12:21 pm

“I suggest you man up and stop defending such poor behavior.”

You mean like when UGA fans support 11 arrested players etc?

Chris

November 16th, 2010
12:21 pm

Where Richt is to blame is the lack of NFL-calibre players on his defense and on the team in general. If you go back to 2002 – 2004, there were 10 – 12 NFL draftees on the team at all times, including first rounders. Now we have Green and Houston. That’s it. Sure, Murray, Charles, Ogletree and others may emerge. But that step down is a big reason for UGA’s decline. Richt’s NUMBER ONE job is to recruit great players. Number two is to hire/manage great coaches. He’s doing a poor job of both.

UGA fans are idiots

November 16th, 2010
12:22 pm

“Out coached by Gene Cheezik, please.”

Uh, yes, Chizik outcoached UGA. Period.

Mean Machine

November 16th, 2010
12:35 pm

All the losses fall on Richt. It’s his job to hire coaches to prepare and develop the players. He has failed miserably by holding on to Martinez 3 years too long. If the change in a D coordinator had been made when it should have been, then UGA is not in this spot this year. Instead, it’s thrown the program into a tailspin that no coach can pull out of. So yeah, the Auburn loss is his fault, as well as the other 5. Because it has been on his watch that UGA has deteriorated into a grease fire!

Brian

November 16th, 2010
12:48 pm

I am somewhat at a loss here. There were several things that needed to be “addressed” in the off season to make this year a better year. One, the defense. It was horrid last year. Enter Grantham. Statistically, UGA has a much better defense, only giving up just over 300 yards a game total. Second was better kick-off coverage. Check. UGA is first in kick-off coverage in the SEC. Third, they needed to get decent play from Aaron Murray and not have him lose games. Check, other than the Florida game, he has been the reason we have been in so many games at the end. In fact his freshman season has to be one the best in UGA history (2500 yards, 21 TDS, 60% completion rate in 11 games). Turnovers were a huge factor last year. Check. We lead the SEC in turnover margin.

So why all the sudden hating of Mark Richt and Todd Grantham? If you thought this year’s defense was going to be all world, you need look no further than Saban’s first year at Bama and their newly installed 3-4 defense that year. That team wound up 6-6 as well. It took a year to get players to completely buy into and understand the workings of that defense. He was also able to recruit player who fit into that system. Offensively, UGA should be ok next year. They will have plenty of experience coming back. Defensively, as recruits come, it will get better. Lest you forget. Jarvis Jones in waiting in the wings to take over one of the inside backer positions. Imagine him and Houston lining up together. Not to mention our young inexperienced corners and safeties will have another year under their belt.

I am glad Richt will be back next year. And Grantham as well. Things will be better next year. I think Richt deserves the time to turn it around.

Where did you go to school?

November 16th, 2010
1:02 pm

To all of you that never attended the University of Georgia, but act like you did, please stop claiming UGA as your school and please stop posting on blogs like you have some stake in the game. Please support the school that you did attend and quit making UGA alumni look like a bunch of redneck a__holes.

To the bulldog nation, the auburn game is over. You are in serious jeopardy of joining the ranks of Vanderbilt, Ole Miss and Tennessee as the only SEC teams not to be bowl eligible. Concern in shan-gri-Athens? I think so.

Larry

November 16th, 2010
1:34 pm

Defense !!!!! Maybe it is not the coach but the caliper of so-called top defensive players. No pass rush, maybe one guy every now and then. Under sized backs that can’t cover good players. If you score 41 and they score 50, you lose, duh.

Football fan

November 16th, 2010
1:36 pm

Wow, i watched this game, and saw dirty hits on both sides, dirty plays on both sides. Of course, I have seen this in other games. But BOTH teams commited dirty plays, BOTH bear responsibility. Fans need to cool it and stop seeing thru JUST the blinders of your own team. BOTH sides took cheap shots, both sides made good plays, but Georgia WAS the side that nearly emptied the bench. That may just be a difference in coaching and discipline.

RussDawg

November 16th, 2010
2:18 pm

GAME WAS LOST WHEN UGA COACHES CALLED FOR FG AT END OF 3RD QTR
PERIOD

AUaccountant

November 16th, 2010
2:22 pm

Georgia is always one to cry when things don’t go as expected. As a life-long Atlanta resident, every year we hear about how Uga will win the MNC. The offseason is filled with gloating about how good uga will be. Of course, they never do. Uga has never lost a game due to their inadequacues. Grow a set and own up to the fact that you got beat…by Fl, USC, AU, etc. One would think uga fans would grow weary of eating crow, but they keep coming back. You can hang your hat on the Fulmer Cup, congratulations.

How is wishing for someone to hurt Fairley classy? Uga players attacking Fairley was really classy and demonstrated exceptional sportsmanship. Did Fairley have one late hit? Yes, he did. Was he penalized? Yes, he was. The other hits were legal. If Fairley wanted to injure Murray, he could have done so on any play. After all, he was in the backfield all night. If you want to stop your quarterback from getting hit, how about blocking someone.

Alabama Dog

November 16th, 2010
2:59 pm

AUaccountant: Some of us haven’t forgotten the “class” Auburn displayed when they HOSED our fans down in ‘86! Who was crying & a SORE LOSER then????? Or do you guys use “selective amnesia” to block out those incidents? Sure, the Georgia fans got out of hand, and I readily admit that, but what about when Auburn wins in Athens, and every single Auburn player & fan takes home a piece of our hallowed hedges as a souvenier? Want to talk about class-show some first!!!!!

Reichman

November 16th, 2010
3:01 pm

I’ve never understood how anyone – even an alumnus – could support and take pride in UGA’s football team. When you look at their history for the past forty years, how can anyone ignore Jan Kemp and the “remedial studies” scam, the Jim Harrick fiasco, the DUIs in the athletic office, the DUIs and other arrests of players, the #1 party school tag (i.e., the most drunk students), the suspensions and outright dismissals, the Fulmer Cup, and on and on?

As disgraceful and humiliating as it is, I don’t see many alums and fans demanding an end to this sordid activity. It sets UGA apart as the kind of school most people abhor, and it’s become an embarrassment to the whole state of Georgia.

LHardingDawg

November 16th, 2010
3:05 pm

Thank you Brian for an intelligent post.

DawginLex

November 16th, 2010
3:14 pm

Auburn fans

Trooper Taylor

0-11

Probation

DawginLex

November 16th, 2010
3:15 pm

It’s coming

DawginLex

November 16th, 2010
3:15 pm

Vacated wins

Coach and AD shamed

Tradition continues

DawginLex

November 16th, 2010
3:16 pm

Cam won’t be smiling anymore by Friday.

Jim 007

November 16th, 2010
3:22 pm

Word was the Defense was out of Gas in the Second Quarter

If that’s true, The Dawgs are Worse off than anyone thought !

Josh

November 16th, 2010
3:56 pm

wow at the auburn fans crying about one accidental chop block. If you actually watched the game you would have seen the two georgia linemen in pointing fingers at who missed their assignment. It was fair to call the penalty because it is dangerous, but it is ignorant to call it dirty. Anyone who knows football would know that based on the other locking assignemnt would know that the linemaaaaan that went high should have been blocking down to the inside instead of reaching to the outside. A blown aassignment not dirty. Unlike numerous late hits. According to NCAA rules the defensive player has to make an attempt to avoid contact even if he is being blocked. So Fairely should have went straight or fell down instead od turning into to quarterbaack. That was a bad no calland based on his play all game and all season malicous in intent. I will even go as far as to say it and several of his other hits were flagrant which should have led to him being disqualified from the game.

AUaccountant

November 16th, 2010
4:12 pm

Alabama Dog,

I can’t tell you anything about hosing down players as I was like 12 then. What I can tell you is this: I have lived in Atlanta for my entire life. I know first hand the “classy” actions and obnoxiousness of uga fans. For example: my wife, two uga friends, and I attended the AU-uga game three years ago. Uga men(several) bumped into my wife, who happened to be 7 months pregnant. My Uga friends witnessed the incident and said something to them. The Uga guys actually wanted to fight because my wife had on an AU shirt.

I have several Uga alum friends, and I frequently tailgate with them. I have a lot of experience interacting with uga friends. Don’t act holier than thou. Both sides have sore loser fans and have demonstrated questionable behavior over the years such as dancing on a logo, chop blocking, emptying the bench, late hits, rushing the field after a TD, etc.

If you want to sweep a porch, start with your own.

Glass houses….rocks and stuff!

Averyboy

November 16th, 2010
4:15 pm

I’ve seen and heard THUGA fans crying before after having their arses handed to them, but this is by far the worse it’s ever been. This clown blogs like he expected AU to just lay down and let Richter do whatever he wanted in Jordan Hare Saturday. It was THUGA who was acting the THUG and with absolutely ZERO class Saturday!! What about your guy standing between the AU sideline and endzone for an entire time out taunting the AU coaches and players and never getting called for it??!!! What about the entire THUGA bench coming off the sideline when the game was decided to try and start a midfield brawl with Auburn???!!!! If not for the AU coaches there WOULD have been an all out brawl and the entire THUGA team shoud be suspended for the Tech game for such a horrific display!!! Nah, you THUGA homers are nothing but a bunch of women’s private parts who have the most selective memory in all of sports. It was YOUR team who acted the fool for the entire game Saturday!!

UGA fans are idiots

November 16th, 2010
4:17 pm

DawginLex

Last week, trailer trash like you and many other dawg fans were saying the hammer was going to be dropped on Auburn yet nothing happened.

From what I’ve read, nothing is going to happen.

Alabama Dog

November 16th, 2010
4:27 pm

AUaccountant:Auburn-Georgia 101 is now in session. Allow me to fill you in on the particulars of the ‘86 Auburn-Georgia game. Auburn was on the verge of the SEC title that year. Georgia came in a HUGE underdog in the game. Nobody gave them much of a chance to win. With a backup QB (Wayne Johnson), Georgia went on to beat Auburn 20-16 that night. Delerious Georgia fans stormed the field after the game to celebrate what at the time was one of the biggest upsets over Auburn in a very long time. Auburn, in their disgust that Georgia had won the game, turned the field’s sprinkler system on, to get those people off the field. I have NO problem with that whatsoever, but then they turned water cannons on the people who were still in the stands as if to say “Y’all won the game-now get out”! I’m sure in the crowd in the stands there were pregnant women too. As well as older fans, who were doing nothing more than basking in the glow of a tremendous win. Classy? I think not. Auburn-Georgia 101 is now over.