Video: 3 keys to Georgia-Vanderbilt

CineSport’s Noah Coslov and the AJC’s Tim Tucker discuss Georgia’s three keys for success on Saturday against Vanderbilt.

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Worm

October 14th, 2010
7:44 pm

My three keys..Orson Charles, Marcus Dowtin, and Ealey..I expect all to have big games!

Paul Has A Small Johnson

October 14th, 2010
7:56 pm

3 keys to Georgia-Vanderbilt

1. Open up the play book
2. Learn to runblock
3. Defense play better or learn to call better plays because Im wondering if Willie Martinez is still calling the plays over the phone from Oklahoma

Paul Has A Small Johnson

October 14th, 2010
7:59 pm

3 Keys to the FL game

1. Stop the conservative play calling
2. Coaches take the game seriously for a change
3. Play like you want to win and believe you can

Paul Has A Small Johnson

October 14th, 2010
8:03 pm

3 Keys for a successful season

1. Learn to teach fundamentals
2. Come up with better play calls
3. Get control of your team

Frank Lane

October 14th, 2010
9:07 pm

Hate these videos. I come here to read.

RomeDawg

October 14th, 2010
9:15 pm

3 Keys for a successful season

1. AJ Green staying healthy
2. Aaron Murray calling AJ Green’s # A LOT!
3. AJ Green not getting arrested.

Dawggie

October 14th, 2010
10:01 pm

I am SO excited to get out and enjoy Athens on a beautiful Fall Saturday in the South.

The season has been a bit frustrating, but just being out there Saturday and soaking up a gameday atmosphere, is without a doubt what I need.

Bud Zapper

October 14th, 2010
10:02 pm

Kansas State is BEATING Kansas (who beat Georgia Tech) 52-0 in the late 3rd Quarter right now….. and they are in Lawrence……where Tech was beat……..

Allan Iverson

October 14th, 2010
10:46 pm

Tim is fuzzy

castle pines canine

October 14th, 2010
11:46 pm

Three keys:

Defense
offense
special teams

Three musts, play calling, adjustments.

castle pines canine

October 14th, 2010
11:47 pm

dagnabit

October 15th, 2010
3:54 am

Three keys to beating Vanderbilt:
Keep the Georgia players out of jail.
Keep the Georgia players out of jail.
Keep the Georgia players out of jail.

gomdawg

October 15th, 2010
6:26 am

# 1 USE THE T-ENDS
# 2 MURRAY TO HAVE ANOTHER GREAT GAME
# 3 THE SECONDARY NOT TO GIVE UP THE BIG PLAYS.

OH YOU CANNOT LEAVE OUT EALEY HE WILL HAVE 150 YDS. A ND NO FUMBLES.
WAY TO COME THROUGH WHEN YOUR TEAM NEEDED YOU.

Palm City Dawg

October 15th, 2010
6:48 am

Three Keys to winning…

1 Ealey has NO fumbles.
2. Use your tight ends more.
3. Secondary gives up NOOOO long conversions and NOOOO TD”S.

If we can do this we cruise to an easy victory. GO DAWGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

droopydawg

October 15th, 2010
10:35 am

1) The O-Line needs to step up and stop being such an embarrassment.
2) The safeties need to step up and stop being such an embarrassment.
3) Orson Charles needs to step up and stop being such an embarrassment.

droopydawg

October 15th, 2010
10:36 am

gomdawg: Murray threw to Charles a lot in the SC and ARK games, and he dropped more catchable balls than I can ever remember a UGA TE other than Martrez Millner dropping.

Brian

October 15th, 2010
2:22 pm

I know Tennessee isn’t a good team, but we played great last week! Murray is going to be a really good quarterback if he stays healthy and has time to throw. Limit the penalties and fumbles and we’re not a bad team. We should beat Vandy and Kentucky and be one a 3-game winning streak going into the Florida game.

NYC Dawg

October 15th, 2010
2:49 pm

1) control the clock
2) contain their running game and get after the quarterback
3) get the ball in AJ’s hands

takedowndawg

October 15th, 2010
6:10 pm

1) I would like to see Murray distribute the ball to no less than five receivers(particularly the TE’s) Saturday., With each having an average of 40+ yds. 2) Less confusion by our corners/linebackers(spurs) on our opponents delayed receivers. We have to improve quickly in this area to compete over the next five weeks. 3) Let Murray continue to be a dual threat rather than restrict him. He deserves our offensive line’s best effort. I was impressed with the effort of freshman Gates at right guard last weekend. He could be a good one for our Dawgs. Chris Davis has never been reliable during his career at the position. He takes plays off. Address these needs DAWGS and WIN.