Video: In latest ‘Back Porch Chat,’ UGA’s challenges versus Auburn are examined

In another edition of the “Back Porch Chat, CineSport’s Noah Coslov and I talk about the challenges facing No. 5 Georgia as it visits Auburn on The Plains on Saturday. . . .

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November 8th, 2012
10:14 pm


November 8th, 2012
11:49 pm

Better win this sat. Go Dawgs.


November 9th, 2012
9:07 am

Good stuff, Chip.

Go Dawgs!


November 9th, 2012
10:27 am

I would like to see Georgia line up with three backs in the backfield at some time in the game and see what happens. My choice would be Ogletree and Samuels as blockers and rotate Gurley, Marshall, Malcome and maybe Malcolm Mitchell /Brandon Smith/Harton rotating in and out.

The wide receivers have abilities to spread the field and if the offensive line can hold it’s block we may have a chance to see something different and explosive.?

I like the way LSU, Ala and Florida always seem to come up with a new wrinkle and most of the time it seems to be productive. It would be nice to see Georgia be a little more creative at times.

Georgia has to very careful regarding Auburn’s pass rush and the lineman must step up or it may be a long and dissappointing day?

The defense needs to stay grounded and confident in their abilities and play as though they were in a firefight.( I speak from experience and know at times it is not about your abilities but the intestional fortitude of every man that determines the outcome. Bonding and believing is a powerful force when directed in the same manner and direction- Viet Nam Veteran). Coach Grantham can keep these guys focused and the confidence in his players is evident on the sidelines.

Coach Bobo we know you feel comfortable in your play calling and you have done a good job, but please step a little out of the box. Be a little creative and take a little pressure off the lineman until they can get into the rythem of the game.

Go Dawgs and thanks for a great season of football !


November 9th, 2012
11:06 am

i still would like to see malcome start -he is the best pass blocker—Murray seems to struggle when he can’t get in a groove


November 9th, 2012
1:18 pm

McDawg…….can’t imagine any way Malcome could start in the UGA backfield at this stage of the season, minus injuries, of course. You would have revolt on your hands, staring w/ the players themselves


November 9th, 2012
1:46 pm



November 9th, 2012
6:05 pm

I can assure you that you will not see many new wrinkles on the field the next 3 weeks against these lesser opponents. If we do it will be decoys or stuff to through off bama. Expect bland offense and defense. Then in the Dome expect to see things we have not done all year, and expect them late in second half if we can keep the game close. So Bama will not have time to adjust…

Vampire Bill

November 9th, 2012
8:19 pm

I hope so town but more like 3rd and 9 off tackle, gain of 2, punt


November 10th, 2012
7:35 am

bobo needs to use the fullback more. at least 5 or 6 times a game has th fullback even carried the bal 10 times all year?


November 10th, 2012
9:39 am

The only challenge will come from the Dawgs themselves!!! Go in there, pound it down their throats, hold on to the ball,EXECUTE!! BLOCK, TACKLE, BLOCK!!!

GO DAWGS, SIC’EM!!!!!!!!!!!!


November 10th, 2012
9:47 am

What good would it serve to introduce any new wrinkles in the offense when what we have done has gotten us to this point so far. If we are goi9ng to change things around a bit, save it for the SECCG and not against a team, that we are numerically superior to, running the offense we have been running. Why give any surprises you might have away. Just wrap this game up, and take home the SEC East Crown. If you want to pull a few tricks out of your sleeve, wait until you need them. Leave the gimmicks up to Mushcamp and Stevie Five Chances Spurrier. Play solid, fundamental football, and win out the rest of the season. Then, if you need a spark, try a few gimmicks in the title game.

Brainiac (CMR/UGA Fan For Life)

November 10th, 2012
10:23 am

@ Vampire Bill::

You obviously have a VERY sad life!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I keep seeing a photo of you in ALL the recent dictionaries beside the definition of the word “Pessimist”!!!!!!!!!!

Brainiac (CMR/UGA Fan For Life)

November 10th, 2012
10:29 am

Anyone thinking our last 3 games of regular season play are “PATSIES”!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Any lasp in the Auburn or GT games could end up in a loss and Ga Southern led Bammy MOST of their game last year!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

At this stage we should never assume anybody is a pushover although I agree that we should win!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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