Third straight win over Gators sweet for Dogs, no matter how close

Todd Gurley scores on a big first-quarter play for the Dogs. (Curtis Compton / AJC)

Todd Gurley scores on a big first-quarter play for the Dogs. (Curtis Compton / AJC)

The Dogs’ hard-fought, fractious 23-20 win Saturday over Florida in Jacksonville left UGA fans about as gassed as Todd Gurley, but that didn’t make Georgia’s third consecutive victory in the fabled series any less sweet.

Yes, the Bulldogs took their eyes off the prize for about a quarter and a half in the second half, just as surely as Artie Lynch took his eyes off the ball on that dropped screen pass that turned into a fumbled lateral and gave the Gators the big break they needed to get them back into the game.

And with the Gator players constantly trying to provoke Georgia players into dead-ball infractions, there’s no doubt that the Bulldogs lost composure for most of the dismal third quarter.

But in the end it was another big game that ended with Aaron Murray and the Bulldogs offense killing more than 8 minutes of clock with a scrappy fourth-quarter drive that preserved a win.

I don’t know if they still give game balls to heroes of a hallowed Bulldog victory, but if they do I’d say senior split end Rhett McGowan definitely deserves one for that clutch catch on a third-and-7 play on Georgia’s final clock-killing drive when he broke a tackle and fought hard to get the much-needed first down. McGowan caught another ball for a first down earlier on that drive and also had a big reception late in the first half to set up the Marshall Morgan field goal that wound up being the Georgia’s last points for the day and the margin of victory.

Another game ball ought to go to Corey Moore for the big sack he got on Florida quarterback Tyler Murphy on a third-and-12 safety blitz (the Dogs’ fourth sack of the day), forcing a Gators punt on a drive where they had looked ready to take control of the game.

And don’t forget tailback Gurley, returning to play after a month off with an injured ankle. A 73-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter left the great Georgia running back wiped out physically, but he gamely returned to the fray in the second half, and though he was obviously running on fumes, he still managed to gut out a third-down conversion by the tip of the football on that final Georgia drive thanks to his second effort. Gurley wound up the day with 100 yards on 17 carries and three receptions for another 87 yards that make him the Dogs’ leading receiver of the day in yardage.

Will Muschamp still hasn't been on the winning side in Jacksonville. (Curtis Compton / AJC)

Will Muschamp still hasn't been on the winning side in Jacksonville. (Curtis Compton / AJC)

So, despite a strong start by Georgia in the first half, the game ended up being a lot closer than it needed to be. But having predicted the Dogs would win by less than a touchdown, I can’t say I was particularly surprised (though perhaps a bit disappointed in the way the Gators managed to flip the momentum). That’s just the nature of Georgia-Florida games.

Bottom line: Will Muschamp is still 0-fer in this series. And Murray joins John Rauch and Buck Belue in the pantheon of Georgia quarterbacks with at least three wins over that hated Gators.

Really, Bulldog Nation, isn’t that reason enough to cheer these Dawgs?

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DawgVoiceofReason

November 2nd, 2013
8:10 pm

Dawgs WIN!!!!

Roswell Dawg

November 2nd, 2013
8:14 pm

Great win but a little less than satisfying since the Dawgs let them back in the game. Totally disgusted with Lynch’s self-absorbed, cry-baby lateral move and missing the block on the sack. He’s one of our leaders? He needs to ride the bench. At least the fourth or fifth major bad play he’s made this season..

DawgVoiceofReason

November 2nd, 2013
8:19 pm

We went from domination in the first half to desperation in the second half, but it was great to beat Florida, and it’s always great to be a “gator hater”. I was proud of the fight in the defense. They gave everything they had, despite the offensive collapse in the third quarter. Coach Bobo’s play calling was inspired in the first half and expired in the second half. I couldn’t believe the horrible call that led to the safety, regardless of whether there was a blocking mistake. You don’t ever call a slow developing play that leaves your QB blind to half the field in his own endzone. That was just plain stupid. I also don’t understand how it is possible to come out of a timeout on fourth down and have too many men on the field. Just terrible. But, again, I will take the win over Florida any day of the week and any way it happens!

Go Dawgs!!!

dawgfan

November 2nd, 2013
8:19 pm

Roswell Dawg, don’t expect any consequences for Lynch. Accountability is not Richt’s thing. It’s why we keep seeing the same boneheaded mistakes over and over and over again.

Hawaii Dog

November 2nd, 2013
8:20 pm

Enter your comments here

Flat Tire doesnt live in Delusionalville Ga.

November 2nd, 2013
8:22 pm

Glad to get this win; the most important one of every season

Hawaii Dog

November 2nd, 2013
8:22 pm

So many fans forget that there are other great players on the other team. I do agree that Bobo has to stay aggressive and we never seem to make adjustments at the half, but we did what we had to to win. Still in the race for the East!

DawgVoiceofReason

November 2nd, 2013
8:25 pm

Now we need to go win the rest of our games and let the chips fall where they may, in terms of bowl positioning. Bill had asked the question previously, but if we win out, this will still be a very good (although disappointing) season, given the massive and devastating injuries we’ve had to endure.

Jay in VA

November 2nd, 2013
8:25 pm

Enter your comments here

DawgDaddy

November 2nd, 2013
8:25 pm

A win is a win, but……watching FSU playing right now……the Dawgs are not in the same universe as the Noles

Jep Palmer

November 2nd, 2013
8:26 pm

Defense made Florida’s pitiful offense almost look good.

dawggirl

November 2nd, 2013
8:26 pm

Well, I guess it wouldn’t be GA/FLA without the drama that ensued. I have to admit I was worried, but they did what they needed, gutted it up and toughed it out. Good for them. Three wins in a row in this series is huge considering it hasn’t happened in so long. Kudos to Gurley, Garrison Smith, and Rhett McGowan.

If I had to complain about one thing, it would be the jawing and unnecessary unsportsmanlike conduct. Really? That’s just so not needed.

playa

November 2nd, 2013
8:27 pm

UF playas are a bunch of classless thugs, taking on the persona of their head coach.

Law Dawg

November 2nd, 2013
8:28 pm

Thank the lord for the win but the half time locker room conversation had to go something like this. “Ok boys, we have a 20 point lead. We’re gonna sit on it and run the ball up the middle like we have all year”. There is no creativity in Georgia’s play calling or game planning, nor are their any halftime adjustments. Bobo and Grantham are jokes as coordinators in major college football and Richt has to be blind not to see it. Congratulations to the players for a hard fought game. The coaches need a wake up call. I’m so tired of watching them lose or almost lose games because they are scared.

DawgVoiceofReason

November 2nd, 2013
8:29 pm

Hawaii Dog,

Good point. While Florida’s offense is tepid, there defense is stout and we took it to them early on. The offensive line showed what it is capable of, opening holes for Gurley and Douglas and protecting Murray. They need to maintain that same intensity going forward, not just part of the game.

DawgVoiceofReason

November 2nd, 2013
8:30 pm

playa,

Agreed about the classless players for UF. Our guys need to learn not to get caught up in that junk.

dawgfan

November 2nd, 2013
8:31 pm

It’s fine to be happy with the win. I am too. But let’s please not pretend that we beat a good team today.

That’s all I ask Kool Aiders.

GoForTwo

November 2nd, 2013
8:32 pm

Great play by McGowan at the end of the half when the Florida defender was trying to stand him up and have the clock expire and McGowan threw himself to the ground, stopping the clock.

DawgVoiceofReason

November 2nd, 2013
8:32 pm

dawggirl,

Yes, 3 wins seemed like it would never happen again. Let’s make it 4 next year!

Flat Tire doesnt live in Delusionalville Ga.

November 2nd, 2013
8:42 pm

This program is nothing more than a 2 or more loss program until we get

an OC that is consistent in every game; throughout the game; instead of being aggressive a qtr or two then going all out conservative

a DC that can stop someone when you need it

Someone that can coach the O-line to play an entire 4 qtrs

and someone that knows something about fielding a decent special teams

Apopka, FL Dawg

November 2nd, 2013
8:44 pm

It’s always great to beat Florida. Congratulations Dawgs. However, the (almost) complete meltdown in the second half is just another reminder of the coaching problems we have. We get a lead, we go conservative, give the other team momentum, let them back in the game and then try to HANG ON. Richt and Bobo need to go to a coaching seminar by Saban and learn to play aggressive the entire game and continue to score no matter how large your lead is. Same ole same ole for us; we get a lead and lay down and play conservative and play scared and try to HANG ON. This is why we will never have a championship team under Richt. He doesn’t have the killer instinct it takes to be a championship coach for a major football program. We weren’t able to HANG ON against Vanderbilt. Luckily, we were able to HANG ON against an inept Florida offense. Will we be able to HANG ON against any other teams this season? Time for a coaching change.

Flat Tire doesnt live in Delusionalville Ga.

November 2nd, 2013
8:46 pm

Nick Saban will be featured on 60 minutes tomorrow night

hopefully the coaches will tape that so they can learn what needs to be done to win championships

short memories

November 2nd, 2013
8:54 pm

gurley and murray started strong. Florida made adjustments had halftime. Georgia as usual didn’t. So Georgia didn’t score in the 2nd half and Florida did the familiar 17-0 run of Georgia. Georgia’s special teams were as special as usual and Georgia’s coaches coached as usual but the Georgia players hung on and got a great win.

3 in a row

November 2nd, 2013
9:00 pm

Bottom line – the Dawgs beat Florida for the third straight year. And the Dawgs are 4-3 the last seven against Florida. Appreciate the win regardless of the circumstances. It is a great win.

ShoeMeYurTD's

November 2nd, 2013
9:03 pm

A win is a win, we’ll take it. What the heck happened in the dawgs locker room at half time? Never seen anything like it. Go dawgs. UTEP giving A&M all they can handle so far…..go dawgs.

Flat Tire doesnt live in Delusionalville Ga.

November 2nd, 2013
9:10 pm

Yea a win is a win but when you continue to coach sloppy games you lose to teams like Vandy and games you should have won like Clemson and Missouri

Ft. Worth Dawg

November 2nd, 2013
9:10 pm

Can we put a SHOCK COLLAR around Murray’s neck to alert him to the play clock?
Bill I think one game ball should go to Florda’s kicker for the 2 MISSED FIELD GOALS!
Can we get a Discipline Coach?

dawgfan

November 2nd, 2013
9:13 pm

The same people claiming a “win is a win” were undoubtedly discrediting Mizzou and Vandy’s wins over us because of the injuries.

Sorry Kool Aiders. Can’t have it both ways.

7576DAWG

November 2nd, 2013
9:18 pm

I have read a lot of comments and the best one is Richt and Bobo play scared. I don’t want Richt replaced , I think he is a great person and with a little guidance can develop into a great Head Coach but McGarity has got to intervene and make Richt change out some of his Coaches and schemes. At least 2 maybe 3 Coaches are just not SEC material and Georgia could do much better.
We should have beaten Vanderbilt by 3 touchdowns and Florida by 3 or more.

7576DAWG

November 2nd, 2013
9:19 pm

Does anyone know which of our players are going to have to sit out the first half of our next game?

dawgfan

November 2nd, 2013
9:21 pm

Oh wow imagine that. FSU has a really good O-line this year and they are winning a crap ton of games. What a freaky coincidence.

Maybe they are on to something here?

SatillaDawg

November 2nd, 2013
9:21 pm

The passion, the desire to win, is back!

Glory, Glory, to Old Georgia!

Mobile Dawg

November 2nd, 2013
9:22 pm

Good win today, although it as a lot closer than it should have been. Thanks CMR, our 4 million dollar man. Gurley’s a horse!

Flat Tire doesnt live in Delusionalville Ga.

November 2nd, 2013
9:27 pm

If the AD needs to tell the head coach he needs to get some new coordinators then maybe the AD should be the head coach since the current head coach doesnt know he needs to make those changes

dawgfan

November 2nd, 2013
9:28 pm

LOL. Who is going to guide our HEAD coach and why does he need more than 13 years to “develop?”

Wow.

Datruf

November 2nd, 2013
9:36 pm

It is exhausting watching the worst coach in coaching history call plays for UGA, knowing how good we could be if virtually anyone else were our OC. We do X in the first half and go up 23-3. So what does he do? He stops doing X and starts running the ball up the middle on every play. He’s always done this. It’s unimaginable that a major college OC can run 99% of the running plays straight up the middle with literally no variation. Predictable means he runs it up the middle 60-70 percent of the time. This guy who will never leave us nor get fired runs it up the middle literally 99% of the time. And NOBODY calls him on it! No writers here- no announcers- nobody. I almost cant watch this mind boggling game plan.

Ft. Worth Dawg

November 2nd, 2013
9:46 pm

Did anyone else notice that Bobo used the Ends, got good yardage, then stopped using them?
Also that whenever we’re up by 17 he starts trying to run the game clock out, even if it’s. The 2nd quarter?

TnDawg

November 2nd, 2013
9:46 pm

Bill, surprised you aren’t giving some love to the O-Line. They played pretty well for most of the game. The safety was on the tight end in my opinion. I thought the big guys were doing great until the play calling started to get conservative and predictable.in the 3rd qtr.

dawgfan

November 2nd, 2013
9:47 pm

I think it should be noted that both Gurley and Bennett played in this game and we still did not score a single point in the 2nd half.

So much for that excuse.

Dawg4life

November 2nd, 2013
9:49 pm

Hey, lets get shirts and banners made that say Next Year is our year…..because that’s what we are always fooled into believing right…..

NCDawg

November 2nd, 2013
9:52 pm

It’s a win. Just ignore the trolls… even the ones that claim to be Bulldog fans. They aren’t and they proved it on Thursday. Nothing more to say about that. They aren’t Dawgs and that makes them trolls and I IGNORE trolls. They don’t belong here and I won’t deign to even address them…even peripherally.

NCDawg

November 2nd, 2013
9:56 pm

The defense looked better. Not sure if it’s enough though. They played well most of the game and got stops when we had to have them against a geeked up, desperate team. They only looked lost a couple of times. The tackling was better overall. Just for a comparison… UF TOP 5 defense looked outmatched in the first half and looked lost more often than our defense did today. Still not sure if giving up 18 points to the reptile’s mediocre offense is enough to claim serious improvement.

dawgfan

November 2nd, 2013
9:57 pm

“It’s a win.”

A win against a banged up team with a lot of injuries. You’ve been telling us for weeks that wins like that don’t count as much. Now we’re on the winning side and all you have to say is “it’s a win.”

What a tangled web we weave Kool Aider.

DawgVoiceofReason

November 2nd, 2013
9:58 pm

Mizzou crushed UT and FSU is rolling over Miami. App St. lost to UTC. Would be nice for us to blow out App St. and get Mason some playing time and Gurley some more rest. AU beat Ark as expected. They are going to be a challenge for us, no doubt.

NCDawg

November 2nd, 2013
9:59 pm

I’d let Murray chuck a couple of TD passes to set the reord and sit him against APP ST. He’s earned it.

NCDawg

November 2nd, 2013
10:01 pm

Todd Gurley is undoubtedly the heart and soul of the offense…maybe the team. Before he crapped out, our offense was just abusing UF’s TOP 5 defense. It was surrealistic. They knew he was going to get the ball and he still abused them.

DawgVoiceofReason

November 2nd, 2013
10:06 pm

NCDawg,

Yes, there was slight improvement with the defense. They played inspired football and mostly were in position. I was glad to see Grantham blitzing more although it seemed like we should have been doing it the whole game. Our pass coverage is still not very good. We play too far off the receivers in too many situations.

NCDawg

November 2nd, 2013
10:06 pm

Murray looked really good against a seriously good defense. Our guys caught the ball and he made some good throws. He looked confident again. That was a sight for sore eyes.

NCDawg

November 2nd, 2013
10:07 pm

Having Bennett back really moved him back into his comfort zone. It’s great having Michael back out there.

DawgVoiceofReason

November 2nd, 2013
10:10 pm

It will be interesting to learn what was causing Gurley’s issues. I’m not sure I buy that he was “gassed”, even if he was not in “game shape”. Maybe he had a stomach bug or something else going on. Despite that, he was still a beast and Florida had very little answer for him.

DawgVoiceofReason

November 2nd, 2013
10:11 pm

Agreed. Bennett helped complement Gurley and kept/got the offense going.

CHDawg

November 2nd, 2013
10:13 pm

I thought Bobo called a solid game. Lynch would still be running if he had caught the screen. Lynch is a solid player, but his breakdowns this year have cost us dearly–dropped passes and missed blocks that wound up TDs for our opponents. Murray played very well, as usual. I wonder if the new hit on Murray is that he wins the big games, but loses to the little guys! He beat SC, LSU, and UF. D played pretty well.

SC Dog fan

November 2nd, 2013
10:14 pm

Happy to have the victory, but if that’s “sweet” then you can have it. Once again, they tried to give away a game as they did at Vanderbilt. I’ll stop there. Sheesh.

NCDawg

November 2nd, 2013
10:15 pm

Anybody ever heard of the defense making adjustments? UF has a REALLY GOOD defense. They made an adjustment to what we were doing to take away some of those throws. They also were jacked up after getting that huge break on the pass ruled a fumble. We had a bad series and punted. Amd forced a punt and low and behold we tried to be aggressive from the 5 ( hasn’t there been this outcry over us being too conservative?… you do remember that right? ) We wanted to try and hit a big play and wrest the momentum from them. But surprise! a really good defense sent a corner blitz and wham safety. And MORE momentum to the reptiles. Hmmm.. suddenly a couple runs don’t look so bad eh?

DawgVoiceofReason

November 2nd, 2013
10:18 pm

CHDawg,

Murray definitely deserves major credit for being one of only 3 UGA QBs to beat UF 3 times. For those who said he can’t win the big ones, he did what no UGA QB had done in 30 years. Give a Dawg credit where credit is due. And I don’t care that the last two UF games were not good statistically for him. In those two games and in this one he stepped up BIG TIME when we needed him to.

NCDawg

November 2nd, 2013
10:22 pm

It kind of looks like damned if you do, damned if you don’t for Coach Bobo. But as I have pointed out hundreds of times, some of you will never be satisfied. No matter what he does you will critique it, as if you could actually do a better job.

I’ve seen the word “delusional” thrown around on these blogs like dandelion fluff on a spring breeze ever since I started coming here. If you really want to know what is delusional then consider the concept that ANY of you could do a better job than Mike Bobo is textbook delusion.

JRW7

November 2nd, 2013
10:23 pm

We won, but we tried to give it away!

DawgVoiceofReason

November 2nd, 2013
10:26 pm

Also, no turnovers by Murray (although I don’t know if he takes the “official” blame for the so-called “lateral” fiasco). It was huge that he held on to the ball despite taking a big time blind side hit in the endzone. That proved to be the difference in the game.

NCDawg

November 2nd, 2013
10:28 pm

DawgVoiceofReason
November 2nd, 2013
10:18 pm

Uh oh you’d better stop sounding so rational… someone is liable to call you delusional here in a few moments… LOL

DawgVoiceofReason

November 2nd, 2013
10:32 pm

Morgan’s 3 field goals were also huge, while the UF kicker was one for three. Another difference in the game.

MelissaKnowsMore

November 2nd, 2013
10:32 pm

Bill: Perfect headline! And Murray shut up all the trolls….3rd QB in history w/ 3 wins vs Gators! Go Dawgs!

DawgVoiceofReason

November 2nd, 2013
10:36 pm

FSU has finished destroying Miami, as I thought they might. I’ve seen them play in person and they are very, very good. If it gets to that point, they will give Oregon or Alabama a great game.

NCDawg

November 2nd, 2013
10:36 pm

We need stop sounding so sane folks… we won but there is OH SO MUCH we should be complaining about. And don’t forget that EVERY mistake is because of BAD coaching. We have to point that out in EVERY post. Artie Lynch didn’t just drop that pass, he was COACHED how to drop that pass and told NOT to fall on the ball because it might be a ruled a fumble. Yeah..isn’t it obvious?

NCDawg

November 2nd, 2013
10:39 pm

Yes, there are people here that probably roll that thought a around a few times…

NCDawg

November 2nd, 2013
10:40 pm

Ok… I’m out… have great rest of your evenings folks…

MelissaKnowsMore

November 2nd, 2013
10:41 pm

DawgVoice…..Since you have seen them in person we now all know they are good. Thank you.

MelissaKnowsMore

November 2nd, 2013
10:44 pm

Good thing the OH SO MUCH COMPLAINER BOY hits the hay besides enjoying a Victory!

MelissaKnowsMore

November 2nd, 2013
10:55 pm

Night NC…when ya realize the games are played by 19 yr olds keep in touch with us .

Chuck-UGA

November 2nd, 2013
11:08 pm

Extremely poor execution on defense; continued problems (although no blocks) with special teams; lack of composure, focus and disciplined play. Nice to win, but truthfully Florida looked equally poor. I am afraid that Auburn is going to run all over Georgia (350+ is my prediction) and win something like 45-31. Hello Peach Bowl. A pathetic coaching job with or without the injuries by the Georgia staff AFTER the LSU game. It’s like they just clocked out and went on vacation.

RED DOG 77

November 2nd, 2013
11:09 pm

Me?…….. I absolutely loved the game today……….yea,yea,yea, D almost gave ‘er away again but…………….didn’t…………..that’s good enough for me………….You read it here first! ‘ol RED DOG believes it’s time for Todd Grantham to find a new job

Flo-Ri-Duh

November 2nd, 2013
11:11 pm

It was obvious that Michael Bennett & Todd Gurley are still recovering from their injuries and are not 100%. That said – their contribution made a big difference in the game. To bad Trey Matthews was not able to go but Corey Moore is getting better and made some good plays back there.

Not a pretty game and still making gaffes like the lateral that was not covered but at least the Special Teams didn’t make any major mistakes this week.

Defense on 1st down has been excellent – on 2nd pretty good and on 3rd miserable. It also appear that once a team gets inside the 30 yard line the run defense outside disappears for whatever reason. Just to many easy scores inside the red zone given up.

Good the 1st half – not so much in the second.

Congrats on getting a “W” Dawgs. We will take it but still much work to be done.

bluetick

November 2nd, 2013
11:11 pm

RED: u drunk? Calling Todd out for wrong game!!! Go to sleep! Defense under Todd helped us win this game!

Flo-Ri-Duh

November 2nd, 2013
11:15 pm

Marshall Morgan is making his field goals and extra points – something to build on. Second half reminded me of the Vandybilt game…. gag.

Flo-Ri-Duh

November 2nd, 2013
11:18 pm

Still not getting the ball down the field … maybe when they have both Bennett & Conley that will change. Evidently Rumph will be redshirted.

Hairy Dawg

November 2nd, 2013
11:19 pm

It was great day to mash the Gaytors and Judas Muschump. I bet he gets a firing for early Christmas present when FSU lays woodshed to toothless overgrown saladmanders.

Dawgs got history on our side now in owning Gaytors cause we got more talents that get better Christain coaching. We run Jax and Florida cause that orange blue Gainesville is stinkys. It was about time Gaytors got the Zooking they deserves from hiring Judas.

Let the Big Dawg eat some fried and barbecues Gaytor tail.

Go Dawgs! Sick E’m#

Flo-Ri-Duh

November 3rd, 2013
12:18 am

**** Primary reason UGA won *** >>>> M U S C H U M P

Flo-Ri-Duh

November 3rd, 2013
12:20 am

Whose on the HOTSEAT now? M U S C H U M P ! ! ! !

*** Why he will get one more season – injuries

Flo-Ri-Duh

November 3rd, 2013
12:25 am

It appears that the Seminoles are by far the class of the ACC – very impressive.

Tigras / Pachyderms next week for the SEC WEST. ….. with Aubarn the dark horse.

Mizz-who? destroyed the Vowels and their 1st time starter freshman QB.

Silly Bloggers

November 3rd, 2013
12:28 am

I know NCDawg will have issues but we stink. UF was so pumped up. we scored nothing in the 2nd half… we won in spite of our incompetence. I’m not a big donor, but $8k to $10k a year. I’m at the game and just watched the replay. Embarrassing. Special Teams…. no preparation for opening games… lousy defense… when we win, it is in spite of ourselves. I HATE Richt and the coaching staff. Hate all you want with Troll comments but we were are a broken program. wanted Richt gone in 2009 and want him gone now. him and Tebow can go do a mission together.

Flo-Ri-Duh

November 3rd, 2013
12:52 am

Why was Gurley so upset at Dante Fowler (DE Reptiles)? Nothing like getting gouged in your eyes while being on the bottom of a pile. Obvious on replay but announcers made no comment. That Skank Fowler should have been kicked out of the game – instead the blind ref flagged Gurley with a personal foul. Could that have been the same blind ref that kicked Ray drew out of the Vandybilt game and tried to do the same against Ramik Wilson – basically handing the game to Vandybilt?

Flo-Ri-Duh

November 3rd, 2013
12:54 am

Sissy Blogger – I got a better idea – why don’t you go?

Flo-Ri-Duh

November 3rd, 2013
12:57 am

Appalachian State – Finally a cupcake? Not so fast my friend…. they did upset Michigan 3-4 years ago back when they were still a decent team.

Ohio State has the #157th most difficult schedule in the nation….. talk about cupcakes!!!

NoAxeToGrind

November 3rd, 2013
5:36 am

Georgia will never win any championship of consequence as long as Mark Richt is the head coach.

short memories

November 3rd, 2013
6:52 am

What a pathetic season when a 3 point victory over a 500 football team is one of our big highlights It is amazing how often Bobo repeats history of going into a shell. I am an embarrassed, disgusted bulldog. I am sure the kool-aiders will be talking up Appalachian State to lower expectations. These have really been a lot of wasted years for Georgia football.

ALB-dawg

November 3rd, 2013
7:09 am

I have to say this one more time. When you’re moving the ball and things are clicking, don’t change the game plan. 17 points up in the first half is no time to start milking the clock. It was like they were worried Murray would throw an INT or someone would fumble and UF would get momentum. Instead, they went way conservative, going three and out and letting UF have long sustained drives, consequently giving them momentum. No one needs to milk the clock unless they are ahead by four scores in the fourth Quarter. Spurrier certainly would have hung 50-60 points on the Dawgs, and I don’t think Muschamp would played nice, either.

On the bright side, one of my UF buddies was whining about how the refs gave the game to UGA…. Aaaah just like old times.

ALB-dawg

November 3rd, 2013
7:10 am

BTW: Props to Bennett, as well. Another welcomed return.

Lambert Dawg

November 3rd, 2013
7:31 am

Nick Saban,

What a joke college football is becoming. Are you kidding me? Nick Saban is going to be featured on 60 Minutes. If this is not a NCAA recruiting violation what is? This man is an active coach. 18 and 19 year old kids are impressionable. If the NCAA is going to allow programs like 60 minutes and espn to give Saban and the Alabama program this kind of promotion they really do need to fold up their tents. There is a reason a commercial on these networks cost millions of dollars.

I take nothing away from Saban as a coach but if he wants to be on tv and commentate he should retire.

AFDawg

November 3rd, 2013
7:35 am

Bill, I only came on here real quick to say I didn’t read your column. I never do because it is always a bunch of mindless rambling BS. I can’t believe your stories are included with the real journalists. Go start your own blog somewhere that everybody can ignore. You have a gift for stating the obvious or being about as far off center as you can possibly be. Your game analysis is normally attrocious.

dawgfan

November 3rd, 2013
7:38 am

Is anyone else growing a little tired of all the big celebration out of our players after every win? Good grief they act like they won the Super Bowl whenever they beat anybody outside of Vandy or Kentucky. Quite frankly, it’s embarassing. We look like a bunch of bush league amateurs. Act like you’ve been there before

Dawg Walker

November 3rd, 2013
7:45 am

Ya’ll missed the fact that it was two different kickers that missed field goals for Florida – the 47 yard one was Hardin (that came from Atlanta). The “sunshine” kick offs by Marshall had little hang time allowing them the chance for returns – not supposed to be the case when you are doing that. We still need a special teams coach that understands what is supposed to be done on kickoffs rather than a linebacker coach putting his 4th string linebackers out there so they get to be on the travel team.

Elemenno P.

November 3rd, 2013
7:59 am

I must admit I’m somewhat surprised by some of the comments of my fellow UGA fans. We won the game. Period.

Someone posted we won because UF kickers missed 2 field goals. Okay, let’s change those 2 plays and give UF 6 more points. Now let me change 2 plays. Wooten doesn’t drop the TD pass (+4 points for UGA) and Lynch doesn’t drop the screen pass (-7 points for IF).

Couldashouldawoulda……..I’d rather win a game like yesterday than to endure another loss like Vandy.

Law Dawg

November 3rd, 2013
8:02 am

Another indication of Georgia’s pathetic coaching is that our players are never lined up and ready to play the next play. Our offense has to stand up and look at the sideline and we have to use timeouts when the play clock is about to expire. The defense never looks ready for the next play and nobody seems to know who is on special teams this week. We actually got a penalty for too many players on the field immediately after a timeout. What gives?

Sinclair dawg

November 3rd, 2013
8:10 am

I wonder if UF made adjustments that caused UGA to become so conservative in the 2d half. While I’m not happy with how UGA offense in the 2d half, at least they drove the ball when they had to. I’ll reserve judgment on the coaches and the season until after the Auburn game in a few weeks.

By the way, while watching the FSU game, I saw that Sony Michel was there. I hope he is not reconsidering his commitment to UGA. Hate to lose another RB commit (ala Derrick Henry)!

dawgfan

November 3rd, 2013
8:15 am

Since when is doing an interview with a media organization a recruiting violation?

You Mark Richt Kool Aid guzzlers become more and more pathetic and more and more delusional with each passing day.

Unbelievable.

Pago Pago Dawg

November 3rd, 2013
8:16 am

N. ILL called, they’ve invited UGA up next year for HC, well..actually a lot of MAC teams have called. Sad.

Apopka, FL Dawg

November 3rd, 2013
8:17 am

Defenses do make adjustments against us with success. Why? Because everyone knows that at some point we basically abandon the passing game and go to a running scared game plan. They put in their run defense and key on our backs. We then begin our 3 and out offensive game plan and try to HOLD ON. Nothing complicated about that.

dawgfan

November 3rd, 2013
8:19 am

Elemenno, I’m a little surprised by the comments of the Kool Aid crowd. Before yesterday they basically claimed that a win over an injury riddled team is not a real win. Vandy and Mizzou should have asterisks by their W’s. Now we’re the ones that have beaten an injury riddled team and “a win is a win.”

It certainly seems like they are talking out of both sides of their mouths to me.

Apopka, FL Dawg

November 3rd, 2013
8:26 am

The screen pass/lateral to Lynch was a great call by Bobo and as someone else commented, if he caught the ball he would still be running. I don’t believe I saw the Dawgs try that play again. Maybe I’m mistaken. I would have called that play again at some point. But, I’m not an expert like Bobo.

harvey

November 3rd, 2013
8:28 am

Dang, you bunch of drunks haven’t sobbered up yet: A better game could have been played by simply getting the injured players from both teams together.

Apopka, FL Dawg

November 3rd, 2013
8:31 am

Bobo is such a great OC I think some Div III team should hire him as their head coach. PLEASE!!!

SC Dog fan

November 3rd, 2013
8:33 am

Elemenno: “I’d rather win a game like yesterday than to endure another loss like Vandy.”

Absolutely, but we had that same Vandy script in play again. Glad the opponent fell short this time, but I don’t feel too giddy about the pattern that keeps playing out.

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
8:40 am

I have always been a supporter of CMR but the thing that always bothers me about his teams are the lack of mental toughness and focus. How many times have we seen his teams get out to a big lead only to have them make a comedy of errors to let a team back into the game that was looking like there was no way they could on their own. Do we ever see Nick Saban’s teams do that? No, they get out to a big lead and keep standing on the teams throat until they submit.

dawgfan

November 3rd, 2013
8:42 am

kerryb, Saban has an unfair advantage because he will be on 60 minutes tonight. The NCAA is investigating.

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
8:45 am

dawgfan
November 3rd, 2013
8:42 am

kerryb, Saban has an unfair advantage because he will be on 60 minutes tonight. The NCAA is investigating.

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I’m not an admirer of his at all but you have to notice how his teams NEVER give up a big lead like ours frequently seem to.

1969 Graduate

November 3rd, 2013
8:47 am

I’m glad we won.

We managed to squeak by a bad Florida team, making them look better than they are. Our players weren’t the problem – as college players, or football players at any level they aren’t perfect. Once again, our inept, predictable, incompetent coaches tried hard to give the game away. I give credit where it is due, but we were very lucky to win.

Something is bad wrong when we look so good for most of the first half, and can’t score a point in the second. My dead grandmother can call plays better than CMB did in the second half.

Can you imagine us playing this team from FSU? Wouldn’t that be a game for the ages?

Right off the top of your head, Kool Aid drinkers, think of how many teams we should and would be terrified of playing. As the season goes along our victories over USC and LSU aren’t looking all that great either.

Fact is our coaches are not producing the kind of football that we must have if we’re going to be competitive in the nation. Fact is we’re not even competitive in a fairly weak SEC East. Fact is we backed into a win against a lousy Florida team, but I’m still glad we won.

Go, Dogs!

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
8:48 am

I hated to have this game so close when it didn’t need to be but it is funny that the call that decided the game was Muschamp going for it on 4th down and not getting it before the half.

BobbyDawg

November 3rd, 2013
8:57 am

I always love to go to as many Dawg games as possible, but I’m not really looking forward to going over to Auburn this year. They’re playing great and it could get nasty.

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
8:59 am

1969, I think Bobo called a great game in the 1st half being aggressive then went conservative with a big lead and a team that looked like they could only move the ball to about our 30 yard line then stall. What you don’t count on is a 5th year TE having a brain fart not looking the ball in trying to run too early then whining about dropping it with the ball next to his feet and not falling on it. You should fall on a ball that you drop behind the line no matter what. A 5th year player should know that. I saw a young TN player do the same thing last night and he immediately jumped on the ball just in case. All it takes sometimes is to give a team a little bit of hope and they gain some “mo” that they never would have had. The same thing happened at Vandy. They were not doing much of anything until Swann dropped that punt then the “mo” was on. Coaches can formulate the plan, call the plays but the PLAYERS have to execute. All the plans and plays won’t amount to much if the players have brain farts and do not execute. I also wish they would not put Reggie Davis back there to field punts because he is a punt muff waiting to happen at the wrong time.

Mobile Dawg

November 3rd, 2013
9:06 am

I can be as fair as I can critical. Bobo has demonstrated he can be a very effective OC, why he goes into a brain freeze I don’t understand. I don’t have the stats but UF controlled the clock most of the second half with long drives. When we did have the ball the dropped lateral and a dropped Michael Bennett pass cost us a possession and a first down. UF also made a good defensive play dropping Murray for a safety. Bobo didn’t have that many opportunities the second half.

My beef with the whole staff is they can’t seem to prepare the players to play consistently among other things. Why didn’t they get up for Vandy like they did against UF? We came out hungry.

Mark

November 3rd, 2013
9:14 am

Brendan Douglas made a great true grit run. He has tremendous upside. I would rest Gurley next week and use him sparingly. McGowan is a clutch player but drops the easy ones. We can beat Auburn.. Love to play Notre Dame in a bowl game.

I-DOG

November 3rd, 2013
9:15 am

Congrats to the Dawgs on the win. Always good to beat Florida and having a three game streak going is almost a little eerie. Georgia’s first drive was as crisp as one could ask for. They drove down the field for 8 to 10 yard gains without Florida forcing them to even a 3rd down.

Gurley is a violent runner and the whole offense just performs better when he is available and in the game.

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
9:17 am

Mobile Dawg, they played a good game against Vandy and had a 2 possession lead at the end of the 3rd qt until Swann dropped that punt. That changed the whole game by giving Vandy some hope when they had none. The coaches only have a certain control ever a game but the players have to execute and we’ve seen what happens the last 2 games when they don’t. One bright spot is that the defense looks like it’s staring to get it. UF did not drive the length of the field and score a TD all game. UF got the ball around the 15 on the dropped lateral and around mid field after the safety. The same with Vandy, one score was on a fake field goal, and a dropped punt on our side of the field.

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
9:20 am

Mark
November 3rd, 2013
9:14 am

Brendan Douglas made a great true grit run. He has tremendous upside. I would rest Gurley next week and use him sparingly. McGowan is a clutch player but drops the easy ones. We can beat Auburn.. Love to play Notre Dame in a bowl game.

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Agreed, Auburn likes to run a lot with the spread and we’ve seen a lot of spread this season. One thing the defense is really getting good at is stopping the run. I would like to see us play Ok or Tx in the Cotton Bowl.

Mobile Dawg

November 3rd, 2013
9:22 am

I didn’t get to see the Vandy game, but I don’t see any excuse to losing to them. We almost found a way to lose yesterday. Just don’t think this group will ever lead us to the promised land. I would like to see CMR retire and give someone else a chance. CMR was the one on the sideline that pointed out the illegal formation to the official. Give him credit for that.

Fat Pie

November 3rd, 2013
9:23 am

Congratulations to the mule that took the turnip!

I-DOG

November 3rd, 2013
9:25 am

Having piled up 3 losses this season and with another signature loss to Vanderbilt (a team that might have one lonely SEC win this season), the debate has been interesting between the “keep Richt, remember how it was under Donnan, Goff, and the last days of Dooley camp” vs. the “we won’t win a championship with Richt and we need an all new staff crowd”

Mark

November 3rd, 2013
9:26 am

@1969
We did not back into a win…

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
9:29 am

Mobile Dawg
November 3rd, 2013
9:22 am

I didn’t get to see the Vandy game, but I don’t see any excuse to losing to them. We almost found a way to lose yesterday. Just don’t think this group will ever lead us to the promised land. I would like to see CMR retire and give someone else a chance. CMR was the one on the sideline that pointed out the illegal formation to the official. Give him credit for that.
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I think you’re wrong. I bet FSU fans were saying that about Bobby Bowden when it took him 16 years to win one. I bet Penn State fans were saying that about Joe Paterno when it took him 17 years. I think things are headed in the right direction and it would be crazy to change things. You can’t predict the kind of injury problem UGA had this season. The same thing derailed the 2008 season when we were ranked #1 to start the season. I like how next season looks. Ever WR and RB is back next year and we only lose 2 on the line. The young defense is starting to look a lot better and every one of them come back next year except one. We will also add back Reggie Wilkerson, Paris Bostick, and Shaw Flucker in the secondary who could have really help this year. This has been a disappointing injury riddled season but I think things are looking up for the program.

Mark

November 3rd, 2013
9:32 am

kerryb,
I just want to play the Irish because I despise them so much. And yes, I think we would beat them.

class of 71 & 73, UGA

November 3rd, 2013
9:32 am

UGA will lose badly to AU. If we cannot move the ball on Tech, we Gould lose to them. Talent at GT? No, UGA will know that only a Music City or the Independence Bowl will be on the table.

This edition of Georgia football is simply too badly injured on O and too inexperienced on D, to do any better than 8-4 or 7-5.

CTG and two D coaches need to be fired. D Line Coach Wilson appears to be SEC solid. CMR will need to be called in to a Come to J meeting with AD MCGarity, 9-3 or whatever. UGA can do much, much better. Getting quality subordinate coaches to want to work for CMR is THE BIG ISSUE, however. They know that his persona is slow and easy and polite, always.

Go Dogs!!!

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
9:41 am

class of 71 & 73, UGA
November 3rd, 2013
9:32 am

UGA will lose badly to AU. If we cannot move the ball on Tech, we Gould lose to them. Talent at GT? No, UGA will know that only a Music City or the Independence Bowl will be on the table.

This edition of Georgia football is simply too badly injured on O and too inexperienced on D, to do any better than 8-4 or 7-5.

CTG and two D coaches need to be fired. D Line Coach Wilson appears to be SEC solid. CMR will need to be called in to a Come to J meeting with AD MCGarity, 9-3 or whatever. UGA can do much, much better. Getting quality subordinate coaches to want to work for CMR is THE BIG ISSUE, however. They know that his persona is slow and easy and polite, always.

Go Dogs!!!

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If they play like they did in the first half yesterday we should beat AU. They also won’t lose to Tech because the players we have replacing injured players are better than what they have a Tech. I like our LB coach but I’m not impressed with Lakatos. There’s no excuse for our DB’s to be as clueless as they were the first 5 games of the season. They are playing a lot better mainly because of Wiggens. The guy is a baller and think, he was thinking of de-committing because of all the DB’s we recruited last year. I think losing Wilkerson and Bostick in July really hurt us. Wilkerson enrolled early and looked really good in the spring game. He would have probably been the starting corner to start the season.

I-DOG

November 3rd, 2013
9:52 am

On the negative side of the ledger:

It is true that Richt has been here 13 seasons and while there have been a lot of wins and two SEC championships… he has failed to deliver a national title when all of our peer programs have won one. LSU, FLorida, Bama, Auburn have all won it. Before that USC, TN, Michigan, Ohio State, and others have all won it relatively recently and these are the programs that I consider Peers.

Adding to the negative ledger is the fact that UGA hasn’t won the conference in a while (despite squeaking in to the SECCG twice). In between those seasons, there have been some train wrecks. The Colorado loss, This year’s Vandy loss, Central Florida, MS State, last year’s South Carolina debacle etc…

No matter how many injuries UGA had this year, there is no excuse for losing to Vandy.

The special teams meltdowns have been maddening this season. Seems like the last five years, we have had some major issues with that important part of the game. The kind that championship teams simply don’t have.

The defense was terrible under Martinez his last couple of years and Grantham’s isn’t getting it done either. Pretty much every team we have played this year has put up better numbers than they have against the average opponent they play. We couldn’t get off the field on 3rd down two years ago and we can’t do it this year either. Last year, we had an NFL defense and we looked poor to midland much of the year. When will we have more talent on D than we did last year?

If we couldn’t win a championship last year with a rare combination of historically weak schedule and talented and deep roster… can we really expect to win one any time soon with this staff? If not with AJ Green, Knowshon, and Stafford then with who?

All fair points, but there is another side of the argument as well.

Datruf

November 3rd, 2013
10:02 am

NC Dawg – you think nobody here could do as good a job as bobo? Thats about the dumbest thing I’ve ever read on here. There needs to be two groups of comments- one for the completely ignorant, everything is fine, people like yourself, and one for us with brains who realize what a complete moron we have calling plays.

I’ll wager ANYBODY could do better than Bobo. He is the reason our games are close. He’s doing one thing that is working and then like clockwork starts running the ball up the middle every play. Its people that make these “its not all bad—we should be happy with a win and we’ll do better next year” comments who are the primary reason why everyone else in the sec except uga is winning national championships.
People that makes these comments like how dare you second guess the coach…they are the problem. Buck Belue insults my intelligence everyday with that crap. I guess to you two you’re not a fan if you criticize the coaches—nonsense. You’re not a true fan if you just accept this mediocrity they are constantly putting out there.
The proof that I’m right is in the marketplace. Football coaching is one of the purest markets that exists. If you are good at what you do you will move up. People want to win more than they want to hold onto any personal prejudices. Therefore, there are no glass ceilings– it is pure and there is integrity in the decisions on who moves up… Or at least there is 99% of the time. The lane kiffin ascent is the exception and that’s why people didn’t like him even before they realized he was a jerk. But if you are good you will not stay in your role. Mike Bobo has been promoted to a level of incompetence; textbook. What I’m saying is the truth as evidenced by the fact that in all these years nobody has come calling for Mike Bobo. People with football knowledge know he is worse than the random person making posts on an AJC blog.

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
10:05 am

Vandy was just the perfect storm. We would NOT have lost that game if Swann catches that punt. The defense, we have played pretty good up front but you are going to struggle with Freshman in the secondary. You just have to accept that but how good will they be next season after taking their lumps this year? I think the defense will be one of the best in the SEC next season. Especially when you add Kimbrough, Carter, O’Neal, and Deloach on a regular basis at LB. Also, When Floyd adds about 20 lbs of muscle in the off season he will be almost unstoppable. We are taking some lumps this season but the future is still bright.

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
10:06 am

Datruf
November 3rd, 2013
10:02 am

NC Dawg – you think nobody here could do as good a job as bobo? Thats about the dumbest thing I’ve ever read on here. There needs to be two groups of comments- one for the completely ignorant, everything is fine, people like yourself, and one for us with brains who realize what a complete moron we have calling plays.

I’ll wager ANYBODY could do better than Bobo. He is the reason our games are close. He’s doing one thing that is working and then like clockwork starts running the ball up the middle every play. Its people that make these “its not all bad—we should be happy with a win and we’ll do better next year” comments who are the primary reason why everyone else in the sec except uga is winning national championships.
People that makes these comments like how dare you second guess the coach…they are the problem. Buck Belue insults my intelligence everyday with that crap. I guess to you two you’re not a fan if you criticize the coaches—nonsense. You’re not a true fan if you just accept this mediocrity they are constantly putting out there.
The proof that I’m right is in the marketplace. Football coaching is one of the purest markets that exists. If you are good at what you do you will move up. People want to win more than they want to hold onto any personal prejudices. Therefore, there are no glass ceilings– it is pure and there is integrity in the decisions on who moves up… Or at least there is 99% of the time. The lane kiffin ascent is the exception and that’s why people didn’t like him even before they realized he was a jerk. But if you are good you will not stay in your role. Mike Bobo has been promoted to a level of incompetence; textbook. What I’m saying is the truth as evidenced by the fact that in all these years nobody has come calling for Mike Bobo. People with football knowledge know he is worse than the random person making posts on an AJC blog.

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Before the injuries at WR his offense was putting up over 500 yards a game and scoring over 30 points a game. I think most teams would take that.

onelodedawg

November 3rd, 2013
10:07 am

A win, not pretty, but a win. I hope the SEC does its work quickly and gets all the punishments and/or suspensions over for Gurley and the bunch in the App. State game.

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
10:10 am

Before the injuries at WR his offense was putting up over 500 yards a game and scoring over 30 points a game. I think most teams would take that.

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And the injuries to Gurley and Marshall. When you lose the best RB in the country for 3 games and your 2 best WR’s you are going to struggle to find offense. I don’t care who you are. You think any team in the top 5 would not struggle to find offense if that happened to them?

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
10:12 am

onelodedawg
November 3rd, 2013
10:07 am

A win, not pretty, but a win. I hope the SEC does its work quickly and gets all the punishments and/or suspensions over for Gurley and the bunch in the App. State game.

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I would be surprised if they punished any player on either team. If the ref did not kick them out of the game then they are okay. There was not anything real serious that went on. Just a bunch of jawing and some face mask slapping.

I-DOG

November 3rd, 2013
10:16 am

On the positive side of the ledger:

True, no natty yet. However, can you come any closer then UGA did last year at the 6 yard line of Bama going for the win? If Georgia has 20 more seconds, does anyone think UGA wouldn’t have won that game and gone on to beat Notre Dame to finally win the MNC?

Georgia has won a lot of games under Richt. Certainly an improvement from the last days of Dooley, Goff, and Donnan. We have come to expect that UGA will win games against most opponents and even against top 10 opponents. We expect to play well and be in every game. Under Goff and Donnan, we were just hoping to be “in the game” against the top flight competition. There were times before Richt that you just knew we were going to get killed. Richt has changed the program where that is not true anymore. We go into every game believing we will win or at least compete.

I believe Richt got us to the SECCG 5 times during his 13 year tenure winning two. That is impressive. We have been consistent in recruiting, you can pretty much count on a top 10 recruiting class every year and this has translated into consistently good results on the field. Yes, there were one or two seasons where the wheels came off and no it hasn’t resulted in a national championship, but Richt has done more with this program than any other coach in 13 previous seasons to his arriving at UGA.

Having a three game winning streak against FL is certainly impressive when you consider how Florida went 9-1 in the 90’s. Richt has also beaten every team in the conference (I believe at least twice each).

He runs a clean program. I know that we have had a lot of players arrested, but Georgia actually punishes these players. Richt kicked Crowell off the team (starting All SEC type running back) and I applaud that. Would Florida, TN, Auburn, Bama or LSU have done the same? Look at Florida giving Aaron Hernandez a one game suspension for allegedly failing many drug tests and assaulting a restaurant employee so badly that it shattered his eardrum. Does anyone doubt that if Hernandez was at Georgia he would have been kicked off the team before ever playing a down for UGA. Look at Auburn and LSU taking players that UGA kicked off the team for criminal activity and starting them at QB. One has to admit that he is a good representative of university.

Fair points for getting rid of Richt and fair points for keeping him.

onelodedawg

November 3rd, 2013
10:18 am

I do think the refs let it get away from them . It was a spirited game. there should be no future penalties for anyone.

Datruf

November 3rd, 2013
10:20 am

Nothing lies like statistics. Especially in football. Yesterday is perfect example. Look at what we did in the 1st half vs 2nd half. What coach would change their game plan after such success? None would.

We do this in spite of our coaches. When you have the talent this school gets of course we’re going to put up points. My point is that literally anyone else would do better. Literally anyone.

What OC with those stats isn’t offered a head job? If we were doing this because of Bobo he would have been gone 4 years ago.

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
10:25 am

I-DOG, I think you can run a clean program and win and CMR will eventually prove that. He came close to that last season. The defense is so young just think how good it will be over the next 2-3 seasons. The talent is there and they are taking their lumps and getting experience this season. I hate that as good as Murray has been this season he lost the supporting cast around him to get another chance at a SEC title but it sets up nice for Mason next season. Maybe all those years of waiting will pay off for him.

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
10:30 am

Datruf
November 3rd, 2013
10:20 am

Nothing lies like statistics. Especially in football. Yesterday is perfect example. Look at what we did in the 1st half vs 2nd half. What coach would change their game plan after such success? None would.

We do this in spite of our coaches. When you have the talent this school gets of course we’re going to put up points. My point is that literally anyone else would do better. Literally anyone.

What OC with those stats isn’t offered a head job? If we were doing this because of Bobo he would have been gone 4 years ago.

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Who do you think develops the talent and the game plan each week? I think Bobo was still being aggressive in the 3rd qt when he called that throw back screen. The screw up of that play was all on Lynch. The play was there and he could have run for 30-50 yards if he had looked the ball in before running. When UF got the “mo” Bobo had to dial back being aggressive just so we didn’t make a mistake and give them more “mo”.

Fat Pie

November 3rd, 2013
10:46 am

Comparing Mark Richt’s career to that of Bobby Bowden or Joe Paterno would be reasonable — if this was 1973 or 1983, instead of 2013.

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
10:50 am

Fat Pie
November 3rd, 2013
10:46 am

Comparing Mark Richt’s career to that of Bobby Bowden or Joe Paterno would be reasonable — if this was 1973 or 1983, instead of 2013.

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There is really not much difference in that time and now.

Datruf

November 3rd, 2013
10:53 am

The game plan each week??? What game plan?? He runs the ball up the middle literally 4 out of 5 plays and 99 out of 100 running plays. Thats my point. He is incompetent!

You can believe he is a great OC. You are entitled to your opinion. Just understand that your opinion is shared by only 2% of the fanbase and 0% of anyone with any kind of football knowledge. You can not do the same thing every play unless you are coaching 8 year olds.
I keep coming back to the proof that I know what I’m talking about— NO AD’s have come after this guy to be a HC. No head coaches have come after him to be their OC. Nobody wants him but we’re stuck with him. AD’s worth their salt know he is a liability and in over his head. Our AD and HC keep him because neither can see this.

maconexpress

November 3rd, 2013
11:01 am

” They aren’t Dawgs and that makes them trolls and I IGNORE trolls.”

REALLY! Don’t look like you’re ignoring them to me. Do you do this in public or just online?

BoBoo

November 3rd, 2013
11:06 am

Aaron Murray did everything he could in the 2nd half to give that game away.

1- Safety–didn’;t even look to his left pre snap. 2 points
2- Punt after Murray\s safety result sin 8 more points safety–10 points
3- Poor backward pass to Lynch, should have thrown in front–led to 7–17 points

So 17 points off Murray’s mistakes.

BoBoo

November 3rd, 2013
11:09 am

Murray only had 3, 3rd down conversions in the 1st 3 quarters.

BoBoo

November 3rd, 2013
11:09 am

Murray’s offense had 5 yards in the 3rd quarter.

BoBoo

November 3rd, 2013
11:10 am

Murtray completed 16 passes, 3 more than Florida’s backupQb Tyler Murphy.

The UGA starter was 3 passes better than the UF backup.

Oldtimer

November 3rd, 2013
11:11 am

Never won a game and felt so ticked off. We let Florida pull their cheap shots and we got down in the gutter with them. An old saying, “If you wrassle with a pig, you both get dirty, and only the Pig likes it.” Florida was the pig and we did not have enough discipline to stay clean. Imagine a Nick Saban team acting like that. Possibly why we don’t win championships and they do?

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
11:11 am

Datruf
November 3rd, 2013
10:53 am

The game plan each week??? What game plan?? He runs the ball up the middle literally 4 out of 5 plays and 99 out of 100 running plays. Thats my point. He is incompetent!

You can believe he is a great OC. You are entitled to your opinion. Just understand that your opinion is shared by only 2% of the fanbase and 0% of anyone with any kind of football knowledge. You can not do the same thing every play unless you are coaching 8 year olds.
I keep coming back to the proof that I know what I’m talking about— NO AD’s have come after this guy to be a HC. No head coaches have come after him to be their OC. Nobody wants him but we’re stuck with him. AD’s worth their salt know he is a liability and in over his head. Our AD and HC keep him because neither can see this.

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Classic moronic comment. I think it’s only 2% that make the dumb comment that all Bobo does is run up the middle. Here’s the facts dumbo.

passing att rushing att
Cemson 29 41
USC 25 36
LSU 37 36
TN 35 37
Mizzou 31 37
Vandy 28 35
UF 26 35

Looks like a lot of balance going on there and not a lot of “running up the middle”. But hey, lets not let facts get in the way of a stupid comment.

BoBoo

November 3rd, 2013
11:11 am

UGA got a lot of help
1- 2 missed field goals or Gators win
2- UF player takes off helmet on 4th down stop
3- UF player gets called for facemask on 3rd down stop

BoBoo

November 3rd, 2013
11:14 am

Offense didn’t score in the 2nd half.

Defense gave up 17 points.

can’t get much worse than that.

What a sorry effort.

BoBoo

November 3rd, 2013
11:18 am

UF made great 2nd half adjustment, brought 8 in the box to shut down Gurley, he did nothing from that point on.

They forced Murray to beat them, and it results in a 2nd half shutout for the UF defense, should have played that way the 1st half too.

UGA was lucky in this one, bet Auburn brings 8 in the box the whole game. Gurely won’t be able to run through that, he was ineffective once UF did that in the 2nd half.

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
11:19 am

BoBoo
November 3rd, 2013
11:06 am

Aaron Murray did everything he could in the 2nd half to give that game away.

1- Safety–didn’;t even look to his left pre snap. 2 points
2- Punt after Murray\s safety result sin 8 more points safety–10 points
3- Poor backward pass to Lynch, should have thrown in front–led to 7–17 points

So 17 points off Murray’s mistakes.

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Now I thought the comment Datruf made was the dumbest but this is the award winner right here. How is it Murray’s fault that the line didn’t block a blitzer that was on him in about 1 sec? How is it Murrays fault that they returned the ball to mid field after the kick? How is it Murray’s fault that a 5th year TE didn’t look the ball into his hands before trying to run and then grabbed the side of his helmet with the ball at his feet crying that he didn’t catch the ball?

Hard to convert 3rd downs when your QB makes a pre snap read on a blitz and throws it over the middle to the rb for 80+ yards.
We only had 5 yards in the 3rd qt because we didn’t have the ball much in the 3rd qt. UF took about 6 min off the clock with the opening drive and got nothing.
Against UF there was only 26 passing plays called in the whole game as opposed to 35 rushing. Murray complete all but 6 of those passing plays.

What a moroon.

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
11:19 am

Boboo = moronic troller

BoBoo

November 3rd, 2013
11:21 am

Auburn will key in on Bennett, Gurley and McGowan on 3rd downs.

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
11:23 am

BoBoo
November 3rd, 2013
11:21 am

Auburn will key in on Bennett, Gurley and McGowan on 3rd downs.

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Can’t key on ALL of them. Are you really this uninformed about football?

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
11:24 am

Auburn can bring all they want too. They still won’t win just like they haven’t 6 out of the last 7.

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
11:25 am

My guess is that we will beat the crap out of our sloppy seconds thief that we got rid of.

BoBoo

November 3rd, 2013
11:26 am

What happened to the UGA offense in the 2nd half?

This is the worst UGA team I’ve seen in 25 years, they are horrible.

Of course, 2 more losses to Auburn and Georgia Tech, so they finish out 7-5.

What a disaster.

Oldtimer

November 3rd, 2013
11:26 am

Auburn will take this defense to the woodshed. And our offense at half strength won’t be able to keep it close. Lets hope and pray they can play well and beat the Nerds at year end.

Datruf

November 3rd, 2013
11:27 am

Kerryb. You might be as stupid as bobo. I’m telling you i watch the games. 99% of his running plays are up the middle. You cant be that predictable playing with the big boys or every game will be close. We are not the team we could be because of Bobo.

Your inbred logic is that he’s so good— thats why nobody wants him.

I don’t argue with complete morons. Time for you to go flip burgers now. Bye bye.

BoBoo

November 3rd, 2013
11:28 am

Aaron Murray’s safety led to 10 points, and his backwards pass led to another 7 points.

Typically Aaron Murray game, 2 turnovers, team falls apart in 2nd half.

All form a 5th year Sr, really?

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
11:29 am

Oldtimer
November 3rd, 2013
11:26 am

Auburn will take this defense to the woodshed. And our offense at half strength won’t be able to keep it close. Lets hope and pray they can play well and beat the Nerds at year end.

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They run the ball a lot and our defense is better at stopping that than the pass. Conley should be back by then and Gurley should be back to strength by then. Wooten, Conley, Bennett, and Gurley should be enough to beat the Barn.

Oldtimer

November 3rd, 2013
11:30 am

Kerrb, I pray you are right but fear you are drinking way too much Koolaid.

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
11:30 am

This is the last time I will make a comment to the boob that calls himself Boboo. You are a moronic troll. Go away no one cares about your idiotic post.

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
11:38 am

App state is 2-7 this season. They need to treat this week like a bye week and let Gurley just work on his conditioning the next 2 weeks.

BoBoo

November 3rd, 2013
11:39 am

Does UGA have a strength & conditioning coach?

Gurley looked winded after the 1st 2 series.

The team has been blanked 17-0 to end the last 2 games?

Out of shape.

SanFrancisoBay

November 3rd, 2013
11:39 am

If Aaron Murray loses to Auburn & GTech, he will finish the worst win % of any QB with 12 or more starts Mark Richt has coached in 26 years.

Aaron Murray, the biggest loser in 26 years.

SanFrancisoBay

November 3rd, 2013
11:46 am

A little surprised Richt didn’t turn to Hutson Mason to try and get the offense going after Murray went scoreless on every drive in the second half.

SanFrancisoBay

November 3rd, 2013
11:49 am

Is it true that Murray led the offense to 6 yards in the third quarter? Little surprising that Mark Richt stayed with the ineffective scoreless quarterback in the second half.

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
11:51 am

SanFrancisoBay
November 3rd, 2013
11:39 am

If Aaron Murray loses to Auburn & GTech, he will finish the worst win % of any QB with 12 or more starts Mark Richt has coached in 26 years.

Aaron Murray, the biggest loser in 26 years.

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Throw out Murray’s RFr year (when he didn’t have A.J. Green for the first 4 games because of a stupid suspension) and what is his winning percentage? Answer: .750. That’s pretty good. Hate Murray bashers. They are usually idiots.

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
11:52 am

SanFrancisoBay
November 3rd, 2013
11:46 am

A little surprised Richt didn’t turn to Hutson Mason to try and get the offense going after Murray went scoreless on every drive in the second half.

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Yea, makes a lot of sense. Turn to a guy that has only played in 3 games in 3 seasons to give you a spark in a big rival game. You’re football IQ is really low.

SanFrancisoBay

November 3rd, 2013
11:53 am

Agree with the guys above, how can a fifith year Senior quarterback:
1) give up a sack in the endzone instead of throwing the ball away leading to 10 points
2) throw BEHIND Lynch on a routine pass, that’s the only thing you can’t do on that play, throw in front, and even a drop is just an incompletion, throw behind, and boom, led to another quick 7 points.

2 quick turnovers by Murray, 17 easy points by Florida.

SanFrancisoBay

November 3rd, 2013
11:55 am

Why leave in a quarterback like Aaron Murray who’s scoreless and offense, even worse, making 2 catastrophic turnovers (safety and backwards pass) that led to a quick 17 points?

Any quarterback on the bench could have done better than that.

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
11:59 am

SanFrancisoBay
November 3rd, 2013
11:53 am

Agree with the guys above, how can a fifith year Senior quarterback:
1) give up a sack in the endzone instead of throwing the ball away leading to 10 points
2) throw BEHIND Lynch on a routine pass, that’s the only thing you can’t do on that play, throw in front, and even a drop is just an incompletion, throw behind, and boom, led to another quick 7 points.

2 quick turnovers by Murray, 17 easy points by Florida.

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Another dumb comment. Did you even see the sack play? Someone on the line obviously never touch the guy that blitz. He had absolutely no time to throw the ball. The guy was there as soon as he dropped back. That play should have never been called. They should have gave it to the RB to get some yards. It was Bobo calling one of those,” they think we are going to run but I’m throwing a bomb calls”. If you look at the throw back screen Murray threw that ball right to Lynch’s hands. He turned his head to look to run before catching the ball. That was Lynch’s fault.

SanFrancisoBay

November 3rd, 2013
11:59 am

Guarantee you Murray will figure out a way to make the game close against Appalachian State, and Murray has figured out that way, Hutson Mason won’t play, just like Murray did in the North Texas State game. Murray has Richt in his backpocket and knows how to stay on the filed.

After all, go up 30-3 on Florida, and Hutson Mason comes in, Murray wasn’t going to let that happen.

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
12:00 pm

SanFrancisoBay
November 3rd, 2013
11:55 am

Why leave in a quarterback like Aaron Murray who’s scoreless and offense, even worse, making 2 catastrophic turnovers (safety and backwards pass) that led to a quick 17 points?

Any quarterback on the bench could have done better than that.

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Why am I bothering to respond to a clown with San Francisco in his name that has no idea what he is commenting about?

SanFrancisoBay

November 3rd, 2013
12:01 pm

Must be nice to be Aaron Murray, play terrible commit 2 catastrophic turnovers leading to 17 points, score 0 points in the second half, and your coach won’t bench you.

kerryb

November 3rd, 2013
12:01 pm

SanFrancisoBay
November 3rd, 2013
11:59 am

Guarantee you Murray will figure out a way to make the game close against Appalachian State, and Murray has figured out that way, Hutson Mason won’t play, just like Murray did in the North Texas State game. Murray has Richt in his backpocket and knows how to stay on the filed.

After all, go up 30-3 on Florida, and Hutson Mason comes in, Murray wasn’t going to let that happen.

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DUDE, I CAN’T BELIEVE WHAT AN ABSOLUTE IDIOT YOU ARE!!!

Bulldawg35

November 3rd, 2013
12:26 pm

I’m happy for the win. It just drives me crazy for the lack of execution for four quarters…why can’t we just put it all together? Defense played well overall except for the 2 times we had them backed up inside their own 10 yard line…and we let them drive the length of the field. I really didn’t have a problem with the play action pass at our own end zone…lynch or gurley just didn’t block their DE. Bobo called a good game overall. If Wooten doesn’t bobble that pass…then we would of probably blew them out.

sigh

November 3rd, 2013
12:32 pm

Great win, but is it just me, or have the Dawgs been outscored 34-3 in the second half of the last two ball games????? What is (or is not) happening in the locker room at halftime??? Clearly the other teams are making adjustments………

sigh

November 3rd, 2013
12:37 pm

and that goes back to the UT game…..UGA scored 36 second half points against UT and Mizzou combined, so in the last four games, UGA has been outscored 75-39 in the second half…..

Bulldawg35

November 3rd, 2013
12:42 pm

I still think Grantham should be fired though. He can’t get us off the field on 3rd downs. The only good call he made yesterday was the big safety blitz by Corey Moore. I just don’t have the answers anymore and I don’t think the coaches have any answers either. I made the right decision by not going because I would of had a heart attack……we made the game more interesting than it had to be….that’s just georgia way!

dawgfan

November 3rd, 2013
1:00 pm

It’s even better to be Mark Richt. Never win a championship. Field a consistently mediocre and underachieving team every year. But still have a job and get contract extensions because a lot of fans think you’re a swell guy and make excuses for you.

It’s the best job in the world.

Stuttgart Dawg

November 3rd, 2013
2:38 pm

Muschamp may be gone but he’d make a good DC for the Dawgs. GA’s D has improved but still gets caught out of position too often and can’t remember substitution packages. GA is a dangerous team with a lot of weapons but Auburn will not be as predictable as FL and will catch our guys out of position if we over pursue or try to go around blocks. Still not fundamentally sound. I appreciate the effort and always enjoy a win over the Cheese.

GATA

7576DAWG

November 3rd, 2013
3:21 pm

In fact , in the 1ST 4 games Georgia scored 90 points in the 1ST half and and 75 points in the 2nd half.
In the last 4 games without Gurley or without him at 100%, Georgia has scored 74 points in the 1ST half but only 33 points in the 2nd half.
74 points is not that bad of a drop off from 90 without a healthy Gurley and some of the Receivers but in the 2nd half to go from 75 to 33 points is not good. There are two reasons for such a drop off.
First: The 2ND and 3RD team players who are now playing because so many starters are injured get tired and can only go for 30 minutes.
Second: Bobo go to a conservative scheme to run out the clock.
I wish that Bobo would play aggressive for 60 minutes like he did against South Carolina and we wouldn’t have so much drama like we have had the last 4 games. Georgia played right into the hands of Vanderbilt s strengths when we didn’t stay aggressive. Our second and third team was better than Vanderbilt’s first team and if we had stayed aggressive we would have scored at least 14 more points. We let Florida get back in the game by not throwing the ball more with play action.

krazydawg

November 3rd, 2013
3:46 pm

Favorite play of the night when Douglas ran over a gator. Talk about getting ran over by a Mack truck. Defense looked good.

snapshot

November 3rd, 2013
4:01 pm

lets see, great win for the mutts but TECH outlasts Pitt. Go Tigers!!!!!!

LHardingDawg

November 3rd, 2013
4:30 pm

This whole 4th page of comments are probably the stupidest I’ve ever read on here. Talk about a bunch of idiots that know nothing about the game of football or coaching.

This team has beat 4 out of 6 of our misted hated rivals. If that beat Auburn and Tech, that will be 6 out of 6 rivals.

LHardingDawg

November 3rd, 2013
4:31 pm

embarrasseddawg

November 3rd, 2013
4:49 pm

The play that sums up our season yesterday was when FL was going for it on 4th down and we let 12 men get on the field after a timeout that gave them the 1st down! That was just stupid coaching and embarrassing!

hotDawg

November 3rd, 2013
5:01 pm

@embarrasseddawg Very true! That would have never happened at Bama! Saban would have bit someone’s head off and spit it out if it did! No excuse for that stupidity.

short memories

November 3rd, 2013
5:06 pm

Is it true Scott-Wesley is in charge of half-time refreshments?

mark

November 3rd, 2013
7:22 pm

Where is that little b#tch TampaGator now!?!?!?!?! lmfao

Love the dawgs

November 3rd, 2013
7:47 pm

Bill, you are very intelligent and have he pulse of the Georgia football program. Why do we have one of the best offensive coordinator in America and THE worst defensive coordinator in America? Something must change.

Flo-Ri-Duh

November 3rd, 2013
9:02 pm

So far I have detecting at least for different aliases for the same TROLL. Trying to carry on a conversation with this idiot is just what the TROLL wants. Ignore the TROLL – as the TROLL is boring and just a waste of time.

Flo-Ri-Duh

November 3rd, 2013
9:05 pm

Any “W” against the Reps is a good “W”.

Dr.Mike

November 3rd, 2013
9:19 pm

For goodness sake, after the way Aaron Murray gave up the 10 points on the safety error, then another 7 points on the backward throw attempt to his roommate that led to ANOTHER 7 points, 17 points total, and considering how UGA Qb’s like Nick Marshall, Mettenberger, and Logan Gray all transferred after Coach Richt LIED tot hem about fairness, and getting reps, if Hutson Mason continues to be BENCHED, would you blame him for transferring? And if Hutson Mason joins the ex-UGA Qb’s Marshall, Mettenberger, and Gray by transferring, where does that leave Mark Richt in 2014? Lemay? Bryce Ramsey? Bauta? I just don’t think Mark Richt is showing any BRAINS here by BENCHING Hutson Mason, especially considering how poorly Murray has played in his LAST 3 OUTINGS, it’s PUZZLING that Mark Richt is THROWING AWAY 2014 when there is ABSOLUTELY NOTHING IN 2013 to play for? 2013 season is over, 3 losses, done. Mark Richt needs some BRAINS.

Dr.Mike

November 3rd, 2013
9:31 pm

Mark Richt has lost his integrity. His word is no longer good. He will tell any Qb a BAG FULL OF LIES to get them to stay, IN CASE AARON MURRAY, HIS CLASS FAVORITE, gets injured, that’s the ONLY way Hutson Mason will ever see the field.

He just LIES, LIES LIES. Told Hutson Mason, Mett, and Gray, they’d all get a fair shot over Spirng, all beatout Murray, NONE GOT THE STARTING JOB.

Then he LIES to Gray about how much he’s gonna use him as a WIDE RECEIVER to get him to STICK AROUND, IN CAS EMURRAY GETS HURT, and then throws Gray 10 passes in a season.

Then he LIES to Hutson Mason. Promises Hutson he’s going to see a LOT OF ACTION in 2013. Hutson hasn’t thrown a pass and I think he’s only been on the field to take a knee???Are you KIDDING ME?

tmc

November 3rd, 2013
9:50 pm

Let’s be real clear here. The University of Florida football team sucks.

It was only because the UGA coaches and players allowed UF back in the game with turnovers, stupid play and stupid play calls to go along with a bad defense.
Florida couldn’t muster any offense against anyone else on their schedule. Georgia makes them look like the 2000 Rams (greatest show on turf).
I realized toward the end of this game that I was done supporting coach Mark Richt to continue coaching this team.
-I’m tired of seeing the same thing happen in big game after big game.
-i’m tired of backing off a team and allowing them back in a game.
-i’m tired of fullback up the middle on 3rd and less than 1. (way, way to predictable)
-i’m tired of the thug mentality and stupid penalty, especially every year against Florida.
-i’m tired of watching a coaching staff accept mental mistakes that either let a team back in a game or keep us from coming all the way back in a game.
-i’m tired of seeing players break rules (and the law) and it affecting the team on the field.
-And most importantly, i’m tired of a coach who is reactive vs. proactive.
CMR is reactive and doesn’t prepare his team for every situation in a big game.
The great coaches are proactive in this regard and do not accept anything less from their players actions.

I knew this was the game i was fed up with CMR because this came after a win.
I like coach Richt as a person, but 13 years of the same ‘ol same ‘ol…
i don’t see it changing and that is why a coaching change is needed.

ConspiracyGuy

November 3rd, 2013
10:22 pm

Hear this one? Some accuse Aaron Murray of intentionally committing errors to keep games close as some sort of gambling angle. These folks think Murray’s being paid off if the final score stays close. I don’t personally know if this is true or not, but whether Murray is accidentally, or intentionally committing all these mistakes and errors, why is he still starting games?

Top Row Dawg

November 3rd, 2013
10:35 pm

Flat Tire Doesn’t live in JACKSONVILLE!!!! Stuff it sucker.

maconexpress

November 3rd, 2013
10:44 pm

“Some accuse Aaron Murray of intentionally committing errors to keep games close as some sort of gambling angle”

I hope for Aaron’s sake it’s not true. Everything that you do has repercussions. It comes back to you one way or another. Galatians 6:7,8

DawginLex

November 4th, 2013
9:02 am

Flat tire never disappoints

Always blames the coaches

Sometimes, a player has to actually execute what he is on scholarship to do.

Lynch changed the game by dropping the lateral. Period end of discussion

That is Bobo’s fault?

You really are clueless

Castle pine canine

November 4th, 2013
10:38 am

I can’t believe I have toe remind everyone, but the play tha let the Mighty Gators be Mighty (for a quarter) was not a run up the middle, but a well devised throw back screen! It just wasn’t executed by a senior TE who would not be the one we would expect to blow it! I don’t like the play style either, but they did have a big play in mind, it just didn’t work, I don’t want to hear any more about Corey Moore either

cmr

November 6th, 2013
10:13 am

Shout out to my boy Muschump for giving us the ball at midfield with a minute left in the first half……any good coach would have punted there, but he is a moron.

PS..How was my hair and makeup/tan on tv yall???