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Here is A&Ms schedule before the SC game: Abilene Christian, N. Texas, Colorado, Arky, Miss State, Fresno St, and Auburn. How many losses you see there? One - Auburn. You think a 6-1 Jimbo will be in a hotseat when he gets to Columbia?
Tennessee had an 8 win season. A season which included losses to BYU and GA. State. A season which included losses to the three Top 10 teams they played (UF, UGA, Bama) by an average of nearly 27 points. A season that wrapped up with a 1-point nailbiter over Indiana. We're supposed to forget all this and focus on the Cade Mayes transfer as some kind of indication Tennessee is ready to overtake UGA.
On a positive note, at least Danny Kanell didn't pick an ACC team to win the SEC East.
Are you suggesting UGA thumping SC next year is an unlikely as the Dawgs winning the NC?
Not sure you'd call that "quite a recruiting haul." Doesn't it rank about where it is every year in confernce and nationally?
I think SC will be better, but 4 wins to SECE contender seems like a pretty high bar.
Bobo got run off from UGA? When he left - to take a head coaching job - his team was first in SEC offense.
He's the same guy who predicated Bama to crush UGA in the NC a couple of years ago.
The SC program seems to have continual problems with stupid comments. This from Ellis. His "cycling in" and "Dabo is scared of what Muschamp is building" nonsense. Muschamp's "this is my best team." Bentley "everyone could see they (Clemson) was not that much better than us." If memory serves even Lorenzo Ward said something about how great SC's defense was in 2014 - they year the collapse began. This program that would be better off if it shut it's collective cake hole.
SC struggles to move the ball. The three and outs will get that SC defense worn down. Clemson is loaded,plus its a rivalry, plus Clemson is looking to make a statement to the CFP committee. I think it's very possible, likely in fact, that the Tigers put 50 on them.
Both defenses are solid. Georgia's offense is better. Dawgs 24 - 13. Making my first trip to Auburn for this one. Go Dawgs!
It was a response about mascots. Congrats on your win. Doesn't change the fact that a chicken mascot is embarrassing.
"Hate filled fans" says the guy holding a 70 year grudge. I'm a vet and a UGA fan. I have no idea of this incident you describe from 1942 and I really don't care. It in no way reflects on my patriotism or lack thereof. In fact, it is no reflection on anyone involved in the game Saturday - on the field or in the stands. You want to hate the Dawgs and Dawg fans, hate them. But please, stop with this nonsense of dragging up something from WWII to prop up your own sense or moral superiority. If you're really hanging on to this, you might be taking it all a little too seriously.
So you're holding a grudge over people who had nothing to do with something that happened over 70 years ago?
If the game were in Williams Brice, I'd give the nod to SC.
It's hard to feel confident there are three wins on that schedule. Its likely they beat Vandy and App. State but doubtful they leave College Station with a win.
Who is suggesting this is a debate? The entire article supports the notion it is not a debate. Kirby is clearly under more pressure.
Right, because that won't make it at all difficult to get another coach to take the job.
I'm no lawyer but throwing something on to the field is probably a misdemeanor along the lines of a disturbance. Probably not gonna derail a person's life or result in anything more than a small fine. One way a 20 year old can be sure they won't get arrested for throwing things on the field is to not throw things on the field.
Would a regular fan (not student) be arrested for throwing something on to the field? If so, arrests students too.
There is a world of difference between "bias" or "whatever." Bias suggest the refs and league is engaged in a conspiracy to cheat some teams.
Seems like Muschamp and Tanner are doing a whole lot of talking about the officiating. What could the Commissioner possibly say that would satisfy them? What does tranparency mean? They want someone fired? When Muschamp says his players no longer have confidence in the league, what does he mean? Do they believe the league conspires against them? Does Muschamp believe that?
So what would Muschamp and Tanner like to see done? If they want someone fired, just say so. If they think the league is corrup, say it. (You know don't be "gutless"). Everyone agrees they were terrible (no) calls and costs SC points. The officials are honest or they are not. Once Muschamp and Tanner clarifiy their position on that, maybe they can explain what they think the Commissioner should do next.
Cola - you really want to advance a narrative that suggests refs delibertely blow calls to bring attention to themsevles? The ESPN-SEC global conspiracy theory makes more sense.
Justafan. No I don't think the OC was the problem. Lost in all this is the fact that UGA had 468 yards of offense. Kirby deserves criticism for the late game decisions (not taking the field goal shot at the end of regulation). As for the offense, it was the four turnovers.
UF - my point is that I think there will be an undefeated ACC Champ in - Clemson. Likely an undefeated B1G Champ in - Ohio State. Likely an undefeated Big 12 Champ in - Oklahoma. The only way in for the SEC is as Champ. UGA and Bama could go 12-0 and only the Champ would get in. To those ends, UGA could still get in by winning the SEC.
I'll try again in a way that hopefully satisifies you and the gator fan. Congrats on your win. It is the kind of win that can reset the season for SC. I still think you lose to Florida and Clemson but no reason now not to think you'll beat A&M on the road. Seven wins now seems likley. As for Georgia, they are no further from the playoffs than they were before the game. With some many good teams this year, there will be only one SEC team in the playoffs - the SEC Champ. For UGA, that remains a possilbity.