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SMH . . . "Alabama would likely be cleaning out a new space in its trophy case if not for the myriad of injuries suffered on offense". Once again, Bama is the only team impacted by injuries. What is it like to live in such a myopic world . . . ? Well, if it makes you feel better about losing . . .
Every Bammer comment has excuses . . . just can't accept it. Well it'll get easier to accept the more that it happens.
Thank you, Andrew! You put the decision in the first sentence. I hope that you do not get fired.
Very annoying that you don't just put the decision in the first sentence in ALL of these "decision" articles. We've already clicked on it - you're gonna get paid - so just say upfront what the decision is.
All of you writers continue to misuse the term "rat poison" . . . Please learn what that is and begin to use it appropriately. People talking negatively about Stetson Bennett is not rat poison - that is true motivation. Rat poison would be people saying that he is great and cannot be beat - then he would believe (eat) it and it would cause him to lose (die) (like rat poison would do to a rat). SMH
UGA lost the SEC Champ by 17, and all of the talk was "crushed", "dominated", "blown out", etc. I'm not seeing those words being used this time for the 15 point UGA win. Thought: If the game had been 6 quarters long, UGA would have won by 50 points. Bama's will was broken.
Does it even matter that UGA had missing key players too? All-American safety Tykee Smith; NCAA 100m finalist WR Arian Smith; star WR George Pickens was shell of himself; sack leader Adam Anderson not proven guilty but not assumed innocent; starting RG Tate Ratledge; etc. Let's be fair . . .
He purposefully propelled the football forward using an overhand motion of his arm - that is a textbook forward pass. If a QB throws a duck because the ball slipped in his hand, no one questions that as a fumble. Either an incompetent ACC crew or Bama bias - but not a fumble.
Point of article is completely wrong - rat poison kills you because it says you are good and you believe it. UGA is benefiting from the OPPOSITE of rat poison - people saying that they were bad after the Bama game. SMH
I'm confused. Are we now dumbing down what "rat poison" is. Rat poison is when you are good and people are telling you that you're good - and you believe it and then lose. That is not what happened to UGA. UGA was listening to everyone say how bad they were - that is the opposite of rat poison.
Players that opt out should pay back their scholarship because they quit on their teammates. Period.
More people are dying "with" (not even "from") Omicron than from the common cold - and NONE are college age healthy people. Wake up American and the NCAA.
The opposite of rat poison . . . more of this for UGA please.
At the end of the day (and the beginning of the day) you have to trust the coaches. They want to win more than any fan and have much greater knowledge (of football generally and of the specific strengths/weaknesses of the players). . . So fans, please shut up about UGA's QB . . .
Seems that UM is getting fed plenty of home cooked rat poison . . .
America (and CFP) needs to wake up. People have a much better chance of dying from anything (lightening, sharks, snakes, earthquakes, etc.) than from Omicron. Look at the science. How many athletes have we heard tested positive over the last 2 years - and how many have died? This is insanity but it certainly shows the sheep mentality of America. Sad that the college athletes are a pawn in this insanity.
Love the last one . . . "Respect my decision. #GodsPlan" made me actually laugh out loud . . .
Perhaps UGA lost the Bama game on purpose. If UGA had won and Bama still made the playoffs, UGA would have had to beat Bama for a second time in the same season - very unlikely. UGA losing and still making the playoffs means that a) UGA only has to beat Bama once to win the Natty b) UGA has a loss which is always a huge learning moment for these kids c) UGA now has the revenge motive - "we have to do something different" mindset; whereas Bama has the "we've already beaten them bad - we'll just do again what we did before" mindset. Mental advantage to UGA in the rematch.
Sorry Bama fans, but there is no bigger rat poison in the players' minds than a recent 41-24 win . . . and no bigger motivation for the UGA players. Nothing talking heads say can erase that . . .
Exactly - it's Tennessee and Oklahoma for goodness sake . . . Not even close to equals . . .
Is this article from 2020?
Clemson, Ohio State and Oklahoma eliminated from the playoffs - just what college football needed . . .
Why do people continue to look at this FPI garbage? It is certainly not predictive of winning football games. So what possible value could it serve?
Agreed. "I'm a Gator" is much different than "I will be a Gator"
Seems that they removed intentional grounding from the rule book in the last drive . . . 2 definites and a couple of other questionable . . .