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I'm effin' overjoyed at watching South Carolina avoid a loss all week. That's #1 in my book, especially with a Clemson butt-whoopin' on the horizon.
I do think it's amazing that Kentucky has won some games when everybody knows exactly what style offense will be run. If you can't stop Lynn Bowden, you're probably going to lose.
Now that's what I call a non-biased opinion.
I don't have too many qualms about ESPN's power rankings, except for Kentucky, which lost by 2 touchdowns to #11 Mississippi State, 2+ touchdowns to #10 South Carolina, squeaked by #14 Arkansas, and were shutout 21-0 against Georgia. Kentucky is completing less than 50% of its passes and its leading receiver has more pass attempts than receptions. Other than all that, I guess #7 is acceptable.
I am predicted to work on my motorcycle this week. It is running rich and bogging down during acceleration. I have a 100% chance of pulling the spark plugs to see whether they are fouled.
Unpaid players? Really? Let's see . . . 4 year scholarship at UT with (the best) room and (the best) board: $30,930 per year; free books; tutors; best facilities and equipment; job training for the NFL; I could go on, but do I really need to? These poor football players are so deprived. If I received all that free stuff the IRS would be all over me.
Just don’t make news by dropping a game to an FCS opponent. Good thing App State moved up to FBS. That game is no gimme.
Let’s see. Here is your 1st half trophy. Kentucky then gave up more points to GA in a half than SC did all game. Congratulations.
See my above statement. Arkansas gave up 274 all-purpose yards to one player at the QB position who is a wide receiver. They got smoked by Bowden without question and could do nothing to stop him.
Kentucky is very one dimensional with a receiver, Lynn Bowden, running the offense. They smoked Arkansas, but only passed for 88 yards. Georgia will stack the box and shut down the Kentucky offense. It's going to be ugly after the South Carolina loss.
Consistency is an issue with the Gamecocks. Already down to a 2nd or 3rd string freshman QB, that is not an uncommon trait. We will have to establish the run and dominate the line of scrimmage to steal a game from a very good defensive Florida squad. It won't hurt to win the turnover battle.
How does it feel to wake up every morning and realize that Georgia, a 3 touchdown favorite, lost to South Carolina and its 3rd string quarterback? Tomorrow is a new day.
Mullen is also a new coach with a new team who can’t consistently win, especially against ranked opponents (11-34). If he wins a few more conference games he will finally get to .500 in the SEC.
It’s funny how highly Vandy was valued since they too were mentioned in the article. Glad you are able to quickly get over the grief, but c’mon. GA was a 3 touchdown favorite.
Tool or not . . . he is 100% right. There is something amiss about Clemson so far this year. It's bad enough that they breeze through one of the weakest Power 5 conferences each year, but at least look like a top team if you want to claim a playoff spot.
I’m pretty sure that was a tongue in cheek comment. Let’s heal up and get some good practices during the bye week and have a strong showing against #3.
News alert: Kentucky DID lose the game and football games are STILL 60 minutes long. Kentucky’s offensive play-calling was woeful. No third down conversions until late in the 3rd quarter. What were you doing at the game? Batting a beach ball around?
Ohhhh, the drum beats loudly after beating a middling South Carolina team at home. It was barely noticeable after the Wyoming whipping. No worries, Missouri will come to Earth when it plays a solid team. Most of the schedule, however, is puff. Troy, Ole Miss, Vandy, Tennessee, Arkansas.
When shooting from the hip, you should carry something better than a water pistol.
Cody . . . shouldn't you be shying away from any argument involving Krystals? After all, a fellow Alabama fan openly sexually assaulted an inebriated LSU fan at a Krystals in New Orleans which was caught on video for the world to see.
I'm not sure that Tennessee can put away ANY team based upon their past two dreadful performances. Chattanooga has a former Mississippi State quarterback, Nick Tiano, in the mold of a "Cam Newton". 6'5" and 240#. Bryce Nunnelly is also a stud receiver/kick returner. Rocky Top wins the game but I'll take Chattanooga and 28 points all day long.
I must say that Bentley looked atrocious during the game. His passes were mostly off target in the medium to long range throws. He completed barely over 50% of his throws and only 6 of 16 completions were longer than 10 yards. The passes to Markway looked great, but Bentley was otherwise off-target to his other receivers and was bailed out by pass interference calls a couple times. Oh yeah . . . the 1 TD vs. 2 INTs was unacceptable. I did not see a foot injury, but looking forward to seeing Hilinski start next weekend.
It's funny how Kentucky fans all of a sudden are a powerhouse team with room to talk. Welcome to mediocrity, my friend.
What a ridiculous prediction. Bold does not understate it, however, no way Hilinski gets in the game unless SC is up by 3 touchdowns in the 4th quarter. Bentley has a healthy defense on the other side of the ball and finally has a running game to open up his pass attack. He will not perform poorly against the Heels.