Fan talk: Do Dawgs need to quit playing it safe in fourth quarter?

Mark Richt has said Georgia needs to be able to "put it away." (Associated Press)

Mark Richt has said Georgia needs to be able to "put it away." (Associated Press)

As the Dawgs prepare to travel to Nashville for the Vandy game, it’s time to answer some Junkyard Mail. …

Bob Leonard writes: Bill, we’re midway through the season (wow, seems like it’s just flown by) and I’m starting to be optimistic, which worries me since I normally like to under-expect when it comes to the Georgia football program. (Less heartbreak that way.) I think the defense has improved greatly and the offense looks really good in spurts, usually when Isaiah Crowell is in there. But Georgia still doesn’t look like a team that’s quite ready for prime time. What do you think’s missing?

The biggest thing that’s missing, I think, is the ability to put away even a lesser opponent in the fourth quarter. Of course, the situation has improved from last year, when Mark Richt’s Dogs were flat-out getting beat in the fourth because they were plainly out of gas. But the Dogs are still getting outscored in the fourth. Part of it is Mike Bobo’s desire to keep the ball on the ground, avoid an interception and eat up clock. And he’s certainly done that, with a fourth quarter drive against UT last week that ate up more than 8 minutes despite the Dogs ending up fourth-and-56 and with no points. Likewise, against Ole Miss there was quite a lengthy drive that produced no points. But there were also a couple of three-and-outs in the fourth quarter against the Vols and Richt himself noted after the game that puts more pressure on the defense and, “If we’re in that situation again, we’d better be able to put it away.” Bobo at times seems to be playing not to lose rather than playing to win. Down the stretch, that’s not going to cut it.

OkieDawg writes: When Georgia decides to run outside the tackles, they almost always run to the short side of the field which is normally to the left. The RB gets bottled up along the out of bounds and can’t really make any cuts. There are so many big bodies on the outside that there are just no running lanes and our backs run into their own blockers as often as the opponent’s defender. Crowell has the speed, if given the room, to run on the perimeter and turn up field with a couple of moves and make a long run. I know our strong side of the line is to the left, but there is a way to make that the wide side of the field. I really haven’t heard anyone else complaining about us running to the short side. Is this a legitimate observation/concern? And, if so, why do we do it so often?

I think two things are at play here. First, as you noted, Georgia’s offensive line is stronger on the left side, and that’s what running backs tend to follow. Also, though, in the Tennessee game, where Georgia’s penchant for running to the left was particularly noticeable in the second half, I think Crowell’s injured right wrist was a factor.

Allen Kennedy writes: Bill, what do you think about the attitude of the team? By that I mean, do we have the mentality to compete with Bama or LSU should we make it to the SECC. Does this team have the attitude, “Bring it on Bama,” or are they going to be like, “We made it here, we’ll be content with this.” I believe if [Todd] Grantham is more involved, we will dare them to get on the field with us. What do think, by end of year will the Dawgs be mentally ready for an Alabama?

I think you’re jumping the gun just a bit, what with four regular season conference games still to play, one of them in Jacksonville. But I do think this year’s team has a much better state of mind than last year’s. The fact that they didn’t let an 0-2 start derail their season is testament to that. If Georgia does manage to make it to Atlanta, taking on either Bama or LSU will be a daunting prospect, but assuming the team is healthy, I think they’d have good reason to feel up to the challenge.

BJOHNDAWG writes: Bill, Most people want to work at something they enjoy, but once they get home just want to relax and avoid talk of their job. While I know you are a UGA fan like the rest of us, is covering the Bulldogs as a job too much of a good thing and take the fun out of being a fan of UGA? For example, like debating UGA football with your friends and family?

Interesting question. Of course, I don’t actually “cover” the team in the sense that a beat reporter does. I get to write about the Dogs from the point of view of a fan, which is what I’ve been all my life. I also split my time between blogging and working as a story editor at the AJC, so I’m not focusing on UGA all day long. So, no, doing this blog hasn’t taken the fun out of being a fan and I still talk Dawgs with family and friends every chance I get!

Jim from the Class of ’84 (still the best record of all UGA classes!) writes: Whatever happened to Leonard’s Losers? The old original is probably not around, but what happened to him? Wasn’t he a UGA man? I would read those picks every Saturday for the humor and his choosing of losers instead of winners. Has anybody else ever taken over the name and use?

Many football fans have fond memories of “Leonard’s Losers,” particularly in the South. Athens native Leonard Postero, better known as Leonard “Postosties,” was the voice behind the colorful hillbilly-styled college football prediction show, which at its peak was syndicated on something like 1,400 radio stations, including Armed Forces Radio. He also had a Leonard’s Losers column in one of the Athens papers and for a while published a weekly newsletter. Postero also provided the voice of his sidekick, Percy Peabody. He main claim to fame, of course, was picking the losers rather than the winners, but his offbeat nicknames for teams also were memorable. He usually referred to Georgia as the Red Clay Hounds. Postero died in 2001, and for a while the show continued online with Leonard’s “nephew,” but it ceased production in 2005 and the website is no longer active.

Pendar Khosravi writes: Bill, I just wanted to preface this message by saying that you truly are a damn good dog and that I enjoy the passion and emotion that you put into your writing in regards to your beloved Bulldogs. With this said, I have a quick question for you and wanted your opinion on a play call at the end of the UGA vs. UT game last weekend. With UGA leading 20-12, and having just recovered an onside kick at the UT 35, UGA opted to run the ball 3 times to run out some clock at the end of the game. We had gains of 1 yard, 0 yards and 4 yards on the first three downs, putting us at the UT 30 with the clock running down. As we know, coach Richt decided to punt the ball on 4th down and Drew Butler kicked his 4th down punt well into the end zone (I’m guessing to alleviate the concern for a punt return TD) putting UT at the 20 with :18 seconds remaining in the game. My question to you is why do you not attempt the 47 yard field goal in this situation? … If you try the field goal and make it, you’ve automatically won the game and don’t have to worry about hail mary’s or trick play touchdowns going for 80 yards in the last 18 seconds of the game and crazier things have happened (just look at Notre Dame). … Do you not agree that a field goal attempt to win the game would be more beneficial than pushing Tennessee back 10 more yards? Now I understand that there is always the risk of having the field goal attempt blocked and returned, but in my opinion going for the points and the win would have been the smarter move. What is your opinion on this play call?

Thanks! You’re correct that a field goal would have definitely iced the game at that point, but I think considering how little time was left on the clock, punting it into the end zone was the safest call. Had there been a couple of minutes left, a field goal attempt would have been the smarter move.

Casman writes: Bill, It seems like we are “thin” (not much depth) at a lot of positions, i.e. LB, DL, RB, and OL. Seems to be okay at QB, TE, and DB. If UGA has been recruiting correctly over the years, why are we so thin at so many positions? Or is that the problem, and how many kids do we anticipate signing this winter with all of the attrition over the last year?

A combination of injuries and players departing the program unexpectedly resulted in Georgia being ultra thin at several positions this season. And, yes, perhaps not enough recruiting in those areas the past couple of years. The OL is still thin, though with Chris Burnette and Kenarious Gates both semi-healthy now Will Friend can at least do some rotating. And the backups at linebacker have come on so strong that once Alec Ogletree returns the Dawgs will have a surplus of talent there. I don’t know exactly what the breakdown is of players Georgia is recruiting, but you’ve got to bet that offensive linemen and running backs will be in the mix.

Luke Ellington writes: As a longtime Dawg fan, I am ready for our next Uga. I really appreciate what Russ has done for our team and fans, but it is time for the next Uga to be introduced to us. I would like to see the next Uga as a pup and be able to watch him grow into our mascot. I understand there are a lot of things to consider when picking a mascot, but as a fan I think everyone would love to watch Uga grow up. Can you explain the process of picking the next Uga and is there a chance of Uga being a puppy and using Russ until Uga is ready for job? Great job. Go Dawgs! P.S. I can see Uga pup being introduced at halftime of the Auburn game.

Sonny Seiler and his family provide the mascot and they choose the new Uga, who will somehow be part of the same bloodline. No word yet on when Seiler will unveil Uga IX, but the Auburn game seems like a likely choice. Last I heard, they were considering a pup who’s all white except for black around one eye. That would be a first for the Uga line, which has always been all-white, but Seiler seems less married to the all-white idea than in the past, and I actually think a Georgia Bulldog with a “black eye” would look pretty cool. What do you think?

Randy Brock writes: Why did they move the band out of the student section and to the end zone?

Athletic director Greg McGarity thought the band would be audible to more people in the stadium from the end zone, and he’s probably right. They just need to move the visiting band elsewhere (I’ve heard reports they’ll wind up in the old Redcoats spot next year) and move more of the student section around the band.

Bryan Grantham writes: Bill, I want to expand on the student ticket situation. The reason that UGA dried up the secondary ticket market was simple: Student tickets are at a reduced price and subsidized by student athletic fees. I was a senior in 2002 and on Student Government. That year, all upperclassman got tickets but there were only something like 1,000 tickets for the entire 4,000 person freshman class. Thus, not all students who wanted student tickets got them. This was because, in part, students were buying tickets just to scalp them. So, it was not UGA being miserly — it was actually a policy that students demanded. So, we worked with the UGAA to have the policy changed to make it harder for students to scalp tickets. The reason was because not every student who wanted tickets could get them. This worked great in 2002-2008 when the team was good and the demand exceeded supply for students. However, now, it leads to a half empty upper level student section.

Thanks for the background on the decision. I’m sure the Dawgs winning big on the field would take care of a multitude of problems, including student attendance at games.

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Flat Tire on I-95 in Jacksonville

October 14th, 2011
6:23 pm

RamboDawg

Wow you think this inept coached offense can beat LSU

Bud you must have visited the kool-aid bar today and then hit the bong when you got home today

Kool-Aid Follies

October 14th, 2011
6:36 pm

At least three teams in the SEC can whip UGA by thirty points. And you all know it.

Have some more Kool-Aid, folks.

aarh

October 14th, 2011
6:37 pm

I don’t understand the lack of depth comments in the question. We do seem to lack depth on the O-Line & at RB. Earlier in the yr. it was thought that ILB was one of the areas where the team could least afford an injury, but the back ups have performed really well, & they’ve already gotten back Christian Robinson, & are set to get back Alec Ogletree as well. Doesn’t sounds like they lack too much depth to me. Even on the D-Line we have 2 Noseguards…as compared to 0 true Noseguards last yr., which has opened up opportunities for everyone else to play well also. I believe 2 yrs. ago UGA lost about 5 D-Lineman that all were drafted in the NFL. So, they lost quite a bit of talent there, & didn’t have the true NG that they have an abundance of now. They just seemed to lack experience there last yr.

Flat Tire on I-95 in Jacksonville

October 14th, 2011
6:56 pm

aarh

You answered your own question

We have depth at defense because we have a defensive coordinator that seems to know what to do

We lack depth at offense because we have an Offensive Coordinator that doesnt know what he is doing

Good managers see down the road and prepare for the future

AltamahaDawg

October 14th, 2011
7:03 pm

Joey, now you wouldn’t be changing the discussion and putting words in my mouth just a tad, would you?

If not, I admit I completely misunderstood your earlier posts to be a explaination of Oklahoma having a better overall staff. I could have sworn you were talkiing about a specific philosophical question in Mark Richt’s strategy, particularly as it applies to the past few games.

No matter, you know I value the exchange.

The Kool-Aid factory is working 24/7, but they're falling behind

October 14th, 2011
7:35 pm

If Georgia does manage to make it to Atlanta, taking on either Bama or LSU will be a daunting prospect, but assuming the team is healthy, I think they’d have good reason to feel up to the challenge.

No more Kool-Aid for you, it’s already destroyed your brain.

Ga Wins

October 14th, 2011
8:04 pm

Article in Athens Banner online….an interview with Crowell.Titled,Notebook:Crowell still adapting to SEC toughness.When asked about all the nagging injuries he responded with this.”I didn’t want to get banged up while I’m here.It’s just…I don’t know….” WHILE I’M HERE….REALLY???This guy has played 6 games and is already thinking about staying healthy for the next level??Am I reading into this wrong?Did anyone else see it?Just checked it again and it has magically vanished.

I think you’re absolutely right, this at least the second time that Crowell’s comments have inferred that he is seemigly more concerned for his future marketability than playing for the team.

Why can’t we recruit more players that see playing for Georgia as opportunity to play for something more than a stepping stone to the NFL.

AltamahaDawg

October 14th, 2011
8:16 pm

The original thought factory must be on partial shutdown.

AltamahaDawg

October 14th, 2011
8:28 pm

Did you read the entire interview including the last thing he said in that same quote?

Not to say that Crowell doesn’t see college as a stepping stone to the NFL, (as most highly rated skill player does) but clipping his comments out of context is not any way to prove anything worse than that.

We want our guys to speak of total loyalty to the University , maybe we fans should show a little loyalty to them and not try to twist every word they say as an 18 yr old dealing with attention his is face every afternoon.

Flat Tire on I-95 in Jacksonville

October 14th, 2011
8:34 pm

AltamahaDawg

Seriously bud

You have an excuse for everything wrong with UGA

The record since Van Gorder left speaks for itself. Even Bill King on rivals radio said it best. When Van Gorder left the Junkyard Dawg Left and hasnt returned

While the defense has shown promise the offense has stayed the same and yet Richt continues with the everything is fine attitude

Niceville Dawg

October 14th, 2011
8:46 pm

Not trying to twist words at all,just sayin…I don’t think the kid’s heart is all in it.Maybe it’ll change.

Let's talk about UGA!

October 14th, 2011
8:47 pm

Is is wrong to have a romantic relationship with your sister if you’re a dawg fan?

I think not.

Go Dawgs!
Sic ‘em!
Woof! Woof! Woof!

Let's talk about UGA!

October 14th, 2011
8:57 pm

Enter your comments here

RedandBlackDawg

October 14th, 2011
9:00 pm

I favor playing the full 60 minutes and if the score starts to get to the point that you are seriously beating them up, then put in your backups but let them play to score as well, not just keep the starters from getting hurt. It doesn’t seem like any other SEC team lightens up when they are scoring a lot. For sure you will not see Spurrier do it.
The backups need to be on the field when you can get them in their. You never know when you might need to start them if, the regular guy gets hurt.

GO DAWGS and GATA

Let's talk about UGA!

October 14th, 2011
9:13 pm

@RedandBlackDawg

I’m sure Vandy will consider your advice. Then again, the ‘Dores just might step on the gas and never look back.

AltamahaDawg

October 14th, 2011
9:56 pm

“You have an excuse for everything wrong with UGA”

Nope, not even close to an honest coment, just more pointless overexageration on your part.

Would be a lot closer to the truth to say you think everything is wrong at UGA.

AltamahaDawg

October 14th, 2011
9:58 pm

“Richt continues with everything is fine attitude”. What does that even mean?

AltamahaDawg

October 14th, 2011
10:02 pm

Richt and I have at least one thing in common. Flat Tire is the expert on what we think.

Joey

October 14th, 2011
10:07 pm

AltamahaDawg, I looked back and you are right. I was mistaken about the LSU and OK stuff, and advertently misquoted (sorta) you. My apologies.

You are a good Dawg. I am too – I just seem to lack your patience and optimism at times.

Joey

October 14th, 2011
10:10 pm

, and invertently . . .

AltamahaDawg

October 14th, 2011
10:11 pm

“While the defense has shown promise the offense has stayed the same and yet Richt continues with the everything is fine attitude”

Nope, not even close to honest. He made changes to that staff nearly every year since VanGorter left. Major overhauls in 2007, 2011. Redefined his own role just this past off season.

AltamahaDawg

October 14th, 2011
10:21 pm

I’m not patient. It doesnt take any patience to not do something you can’t do. Not even sure I’d consider myself optimistic. I enjoy college football, so I don’t dwell on not enjoying it. I didn’t sour on things last year and I certinly didn’t think things were looking too good.
Although now, I do realistically think the team is improving quite a bit, so that is “optimistic” I guess.

Observing the Crowd

October 14th, 2011
10:46 pm

I sense a subtle apprehension that this Vandy game could go the wrong way.

Observing the Crowd

October 14th, 2011
10:57 pm

It’s like a disturbance in The Force. Guess I’ll have to put the Georgia Bulldogs on Upset Alert.

Mobile Dawg

October 14th, 2011
11:07 pm

Dawgs win @ Vandy in another game that will be debated for the same reasons, IMO. I’m beginning to think that Richt is trying to coach a game so we don’t beat ourself, i.e. Murray and company turning the ball over excessively as in some previous games. Can’t fault him for that, as I think we’ve taken ourselves out of a few big games the last several years by taking to many risks early.

dogdawg

October 14th, 2011
11:11 pm

IF coach Todd Graham was our head coach,I don’t think we would be scared to play Bama or LSU.Anybody else think so?

Observing the Crowd

October 14th, 2011
11:17 pm

It’s not a matter of being “scared”. It’s a matter of winning or losing.

Anybody else think so?

Mobile Dawg

October 14th, 2011
11:33 pm

Disagree, it’s more a matter of being prepared. By good recruiting of the right atheletes, and good coaching we have a better chance of competing with the best. We’re not scared to play Bama or LSU, just not prepared. Time will tell, we have improved. If we recruit strongly on the OL, and hold our own in the other areas we should continue improving, hopefully next year we could be ready to compete with the better programs. We haven’t beaten a good program in memory.

icedawg

October 14th, 2011
11:35 pm

The black eye would be a great addition. Thanks, too, for the update on Leonard Postostie. Leonard’s Losers was great while it lasted.

old time dog

October 15th, 2011
12:57 am

Lets talk about UGA…….. Before you talk too much about UGA, learn to do one thing first. Think. Yep, that would probably be to your advantage. eYe know that is apparently something hard and unlikely for you. Is still @ the bar qa close relative of yours? Since you both are interested in UGA by all means follow the remaining games. Your apparent beloved GT team could take on a team that erases any hope for an undefeated season………when they play someone besides the pitiful schools they have faced so far. BAHAHAHA!!!!!! BAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!! BAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!

William

October 15th, 2011
2:56 am

I’ll be in Nashville tomorrow, how about you? Anybody else going? Good luck Dogs. Vanderbilt is tougher than everybody is giving them credit for. It will take a complete game to beat them. Take it one game at a time. Keep building depth. Play everyone that dresses out, except the red shirts.

HS Recruit

October 15th, 2011
6:37 am

I’m just gonna keep working hard at improving my game. I don’t want to settle for a program that settles for mediocrity. I certainly don’t want to settle for one that celebrates it.

hello

October 15th, 2011
6:53 am

Really do not see Ga doing that all that much—but that is what you are supposed to do——————–if you are ahead——-burn the clock up and get out of the stadium with a win. I thought Ga was throwing the ball way too much with not much to show for it—so if they are running the ball as you people say ===they are on to something in my opinion. If you can’t beat em———run over em.

UGA Upset Alert!!!

October 15th, 2011
6:56 am

Vandy 21
UGA 17

Nahila

October 15th, 2011
7:52 am

All the talk over the summer was the new conditioning program at UGA so they could be strong in the 4th quarter and could finish games better, so why would UGA wimp out in the 4 th quarter by becoming too conservative? Go full bore and open up the offense and give the fans their money’s worth.

Free A.J.

October 15th, 2011
8:05 am

“Bobo at times seems to be playing not to lose rather than playing to win. Down the stretch, that’s not going to cut it.” Bill, you could not have summed up my thoughts more clearly and concisely with that statement. My sage high school football coach said that playing not to lose will more times than not produce a loss. I don’t recall us “playing not to lose” in the glorious 02-07 run (including the 06 aberration). Por empjelo, SECCG vs. Arkansas in 02-we just stuffed it down their throats and kept our foot on the gas. I would be remiss if I did not mention that 4th quarter football has been aggravating for this Dawg as it has been for many of us this year. 14 points in this day and age is not enough of a cushion to go conservative. A change in this philosophy is imminent-it just HAS to happen. Thanks for your valuable insight and analysis.

Reality

October 15th, 2011
8:12 am

Trap game!!!! UGA’s Preseason NC is now in trouble….oh never mind….you’ll be back in 2012. GO Dores!!

All Saints in Glory

October 15th, 2011
8:25 am

Attention, everyone. We will now observe a moment of silence in memory of Saint Jan Kemp, the courageous lady who exposed the shameful practices at UGA that were initiated and carried out by slimeball Vince Dooley. Dooley’s image as a coach and a nice guy were forever shattered during the trial, not to mention the one million dollars that dawgtards had to pay Saint Jan. These practices of recruiting dummies and coddling them for four years, then tossing them out like garbage, are still going on, but at least the world knows what’s happening in Athens now.

And now, the moment of silence…
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Thank you, you may resume your normal activities now.

this dawg want hunt!!

October 15th, 2011
8:51 am

All of this talk about the dynamic duo of Richt&Bobo will hopefully come to an end in 2 weeks when Richt has his annual ass whipping in Jax. That is if McGarity has any balls at all. This little dog and pony show of these 2 clowns will hopefully end after Jax. UGA has done nothing this year but show that it is an average team that can’t dominate less than average opponents. The reason UGA looks so average in the 2nd half against terrible competition is because UGA is not that good themselves. Anyone except Richt lovers can see that every game. UGA continues to fumble away opportunities to increase leads in the 2nd half. Either the midget Q.B. throws a pick 6, or the midget minded Bobo calls a series or 2 of boneheaded plays that kill any momentum the team has. Between Bobo and Murray, UGA has no chance of being anything but mediocre. Because Murray is a mediocre Q.B. that couldn’t hit a wide open receiver on a long ball if there were no defensive player on the field And bobo is less than mediocre when it comes to play calls in tight games. For all of you cool-aid drinkers, how many teams have made runs at hiring this brilliant O.C.? So keep raving about UGA beating 3 powerhouse teams in the SEC, and keep raving about how improved the team is. Bottomline, the team hasn’t improved the past 4 games, just the competition has gotten worse and worse. All of that will change, and once again you will see the real Richt&Bobo show in 2 weeks, when yet another average Florida team kicks UGA’s ass. And then you will really see how great this team is when Auburn and Cheesestick beats them for the 2nd year in a row, and i hope to GOD all of you cool-aid drinkers are still here when Tech lights up Grantham’s defense like it did last year. So drink up guys, you have 2 more weeks to get drunk on Richt’s cool-aid, because even McGarity who has done nothing since he has been at UGA, can’t keep this dynamic duo around after losses to Florida and Tech.

AltamahaDawg

October 15th, 2011
8:55 am

I can think of a very distict difference between 02-07 and today. And come to think of it, was there really any examples of playing not to lose in 08? Playing poorly in 09-10 can be found, not sure I remember philosophically sitting on any big leads then either. I remember a couple of time i wish he had the ball back TO punt last year.

UGA Upset Alert!!!

October 15th, 2011
9:05 am

Failing to score in the second half is not a philosophy. It is a symptom.

UGA Upset Alert!!!

October 15th, 2011
9:09 am

I think that Georgia will keep it close in the first half, but then Vandy will wear them down.

Myanmar Shave

October 15th, 2011
9:34 am

Mine Eyes Have Seen The Glory

Of A Four Game Winning Streak

We Have Place A Mighty Pounding

On The Sisters Of The Meek

We’re Rounding Out Our Schedule

With One More Cupcake This Week

Mediocrity Marches On!

Glory Glory Georgia’s Dandy

If We’re Lucky We’ll Beat Vandy

Keep The Kool-Aid Pitcher Handy

Mediocrity Marches On!

Myanmar Shave©

AltamahaDawg

October 15th, 2011
9:36 am

I agree with that to some degree. It’s not like they refuse to score. We should be able to run the ball on conservative playcalling and still score a few times. Folks seem to think its as simple as deciding to score or not. It IS a symptom that we aren’t. ALL the more reason to play it close to the vest and not screw it up.

JB

October 15th, 2011
9:38 am

This DAWG ” want” hunt…..Now that is embarrassing. Try won’t hunt

AltamahaDawg

October 15th, 2011
9:40 am

And not to pick on you AJ, but we did NOT keep it wide open against ARK in that SECCG. we were downright boring the entire second half and only scored once and almost reluctantly then.

You can’t really compare blocking a punt in the first 2 minutes of a that game with not allowing TN to get back in by doing something stupid from our own 19 last week.

JB

October 15th, 2011
9:40 am

AltamahaDawg…………Morning…..you check this board as much as i do…..We win today, but it’ll be close…..24-17 or so

Cody

October 15th, 2011
10:02 am

Score and score often! That’s what the game is all about never let up in the SEC

Still@theBar

October 15th, 2011
10:17 am

Many of you guys going to the game?

BILL KING are you going to do a LIVE Blog?
God please don’t let Mark Bradley do the Live Game Blog. Bradley as a Writer is a JOKE.

Snoop

October 15th, 2011
10:56 am

I believe we’re analyzing the symptoms here. Better to address the cause of 4th quarter Quaalude time for UGA.

That would be incompetent coaching. Specifically, Richt and Bobo