That's a tough loss for sure for the Wildcats. UGA had 14 players out against the Barn. Many were starters and a bunch more were contributors. I hope we can get some of them back. Go Dogs!!!!
Good point. Can't wait till the WLOCP to see how Kirby's Defense matches up with Mullen's Offense. One thing to keep in mind UGA had 14 players out against the Barn. Many were starters and some were big contributors.
Why would they post a photo of a sad gator fan? After all they have not one, but two quality loses so far this season. In gator land that equates to moral victories. And by Mullen's on admission he was not out coached. So there's another point of pride for the gator fans.
I have never seen a College Football Fanbase get so excited about a "Quality Loss".
Will KJ Jefferson start tomorrow?
James Franklin has perfect reaction when asked about officials’ big mistake in Penn State-Auburn game
Been that way for a long time. Just take another look at the 2017 NCG. The amount of missed and blown calls boggles the mind.
About the worst thing a fan can do is speculate on why a player in Gilbert's situation is not with their team.
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tailwhip99 is spot on.
Good point. But "If" Ole' Miss and Arky had not been beaten due to god-awful officiating AU would have had two more loses in 2020. Just saying...
Dan Mullen’s extension doesn’t entirely eliminate concerns, but it provides stability at a pivotal time
How old was Mullen acting when he wore his Darth Vader costume to his post game press conference?
Looking good for the Tigers.
Wake me up when the Vols actually beat a quality team.
Pushing too fast too soon with the ACL is my concern as well.
Yeah the Barn, UT(k), Bama, UK, UF stretch is a bit tough. I'm not sure how that would translate to one of the easiest schedule in the SEC.
There is absolutely no doubt the uf fanbase would have been squealing like a stuck pig if they had to play bama this year.
Testing positive for COVID before the season may be an advantage according to NCAA’s advised testing policy
* 2020 College Football Season (no matter how you slice it this season will forever have an * next to it)
Not sure if anyone else has caught on yet or not. But it's pretty obvious Negan is TheRealcojones in disguise.
It's my understanding a normal recovery period is a couple of weeks.
SEC commissioner Greg Sankey says Alabama, Texas A&M will have ‘opportunities’ to replace canceled 2020 games
@wolfman So how do you really feel? LOL!
I'm betting Scott Stricklin was the AD who balked at the idea of a 10 game all-SEC slate considering the 2 teams UF would pick up vs the 2 UGA would pick up.
The would be the Defending National Champion for another year.
Cager was a great WR and a DGD! What isn't pointed out in this article is Cager played hurt most of the season. So not only was his season cut short when he was in the games he was playing injured.
Good Luck Hot Rod!!!! Go Dogs!!!!
And yet Mullen constantly runs his mouth about the Dogs. In the meantime Smart has won 3 in a row against the gators.
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Definitely surprising Clark was not invited.