armyguy007

I'm 31 yrs old and from south Mississippi. I'm a Ole Miss fan and love college football. I watch all the SEC games. I am the proud father of a beautiful 10 yr old girl. I was in the army for 8 yrs and I did one tour in Afganistan and two in Iraq.

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I hope your joking lol. There isn't a QB in the SEC that's even in Chad Kelly's class. So if you think Allen lit A&M up, just imagine what Kelly and all his weapons are going to do.
I'm pretty sure John said last week that OM was dead and buried. Picking OM to roll Georgia was an easy pick. The only team that has beaten OM was OM. That LSU prediction of yours was a little off lol. How does a so called sports writer and Heisman trophy voter not realize that LSU was going to struggle big time?
What's scary about OM is that they are only going to continue to get better. OM returned the fewest starters and have been playing a butt load of freshmen and redshirt freshmen. I don't think anyone is younger and has played as many freshmen than OM. Plus OM has had to deal with a lot of injures in RB Wilkins, RB Swinney, CB Webster, DE Brown and WR Metcalf. All those players were impact players for OM.
John Crist, I don't know how u do it but every week u look like a bigger dumba$$. OM isn't dead and buried, so please keep picking against OM lol.
Says the guy that has never accomplished anything in his life and probably still lives in his parents basement lol.
I forgot to mention So DeMarquis Lodge.
Yea there isn't any doubt that OM has the best and deepest WR Corp in the country. Jr Stringfellow is just a beast and Sr Engram is the biggest mismatch for any defender in the country. What's scary is that OM is going to be just as good at WR/TE next year. AJ Brown and DK Metcalf are studs, and TE Cooley is going to be very good but more of a traditional TE with his size. So Shea Patterson is going to have a ton of weapons to throw to.
If you go back an actually watch the Ole Miss games, you would see that what hurt OM's defense was the QB runs and scrambles. FSU and Cook were getting stoned at the line of scrimmage, that's why Cook only ran for 91 yards. FSU QB had two 31 yard scrambles. Wofford is a freaking triple option team and most of OM's starters were out of the game by the end of the 2nd quarter. So don't let those numbers fool you, unless your team has a mobile QB.
Ha, I guess you don't want to make it back to Georgia either lol.
Whats hurt OM's run defense is mobile QBs, otherwise they are usually pretty stout against the run. It will be interesting to see if Georgia can get any pressure on Kelly and how well Eason does against OM's pass rush. I think that will be the two main keys to the game.
John Crist, thank u for proving just much of an idiot u are. U are lucky SDS doesn't have any standards when it comes to who they hire.
Well Bama provably is #1, then I would say OM and Auburn, with A&M, Florida and Tennessee right behind them.
Agreed! But selfishly I want LSU to keep Les because he and Cameron just aren't good coaches.
I'm sorry but calling OM's DL a bust is crazy. They held Cook to 91 yards on the ground and then played A triple option team on a very short week, plus most of the starters were out by the end of the 2nd quarter. Now OM's secondary is another story right now, especially with Webster going down. But OM's DL is easily still one of the top 3 DLs in the SEC.
If Bama wants to win, they are going to need to throw the ball. FSU though because they had Cook and a very experienced OL that they would just run the ball to keep OM's offense off the field. Needless to say, that approach didn't work for them. Bama is going to have to rely on Hurts' arm to move the ball effectively.
It is possible since the game was always played on Thanksgiving.
The only thing I disagree on is Bama's rush attack vs OM's DL. The advantage should go to OM. OM has one of the best DLs in the country and have already proven how good they are by shutting down Cook. Bama's OL is their weak spot and have struggled running the ball so far. So OM should have a considerable advantage at that spot. Both OM and Bama will struggle to run the ball in this game.
Don't worry, the OM defense will be ready for Bama. Losing Webster hurt OM's secondary big time in the FSU game but they should have it fixed now. As for as the OM DL, there aren't any worries at that spot. They will keep Bama's running game in check.
Should be another great game and OM's DL should cause a lot of problems for Bama's OL. I think OM's OL has looked really good besides the 2nd half of the FSU game. But its going to still be a major challenge against Bama's DL. If I was a betting man, I would bet that both Freeze and Saban are going to try and move the pocket a lot to help protect their QBs.
Wow, that's big line for Bama, especially at Ole Miss. But I have a feeling it's going to go down to around to 3 or 4.