I'm fortunate (and old enough..lol) to have been to games at every sec school except MZ. The night games at LSU and Auburn have as great a noise level and atmosphere as any place in the country. The best thing that can happen for an opposing team is to get an early lead and take the crowd down a few notches. After that it's about playing good, disciplined football. BTW...LSU has the best tailgating food of anywhere!!
I think Trask will handle the crowd noise without major problems. What I want to see is if he can be coached up on better ball security in the pocket. What makes him great, also makes him vulnerable to fumbles. He looks downfield when lots of QBs are hearing footsteps.
KS...have you ever lived in the Carolinas? All the acc schools despise each other there. UNC isn't on the same level currently in football as Clemson, but that doesn't stop the hate
I thought the same thing. Or did you watch Miami take the lead in the 4th quarter against UF? And before anyone says Miami isn't good, tell Clemson how easy it is to win against a rival...see UNC. Should be a great game in the Swamp.
I tend to agree with everything you said. I believe the Gators only real shot at winning is if Gus is crazy enough to let Nix throw enough to give up some turnovers. Pound the ball early and then mix in play action and I cant see UF stopping them often enough. The Gator O-line will get killed if they fall behind and cant at least slow the pass rush down. Hope we're wrong.
It's stupid to call a team scared when there is nothing in it for them to play a school. UF would lose revenue by going to play a group of 5 school at a small stadium. Explain the benefit for UF
You cant use conference games when bragging on sos, or even SC has a tougher schedule than GA. The system is rigged to keep the group of 5 schools out of the CFP, and that probably needs to change
I'm sure Trask will start against the Vols, but it will be interesting to see how much playing time Emory gets. From what I've watched of the Vols, it looks like a running qb will cause them huge problems.
You made a little sense up to the part of how no games will be cancelled because of hurricanes. Want to explain how you can guarantee the games when we are currently in the middle of hurricane season? Even with open dates there is nothing promised by mother nature.
Were you even born the last time UGly won a NC?
Forget they played Miami in the "first" game already? Hope both players heal quickly.
Where have you heard that FSU has plenty money? Everything I hear and read says they wont be able to fire Willie no matter what after this season because they cant afford the 20 million buyout and then pay for a new coach. Most of their fans are hoping they will fire him and promote Briles, but I cant see that.
Dan Mullen likes what he’s seen from Georgia transfer Brenton Cox, remains optimistic NCAA will grant waiver
I cant see any reason he would be ruled immediately eligible, but the NCAA has no rhyme or reason for their rulings. Make a rule and then stick to it.
It wouldn't matter when he leaves college if he cant learn personal responsibility. He could easily have ended up being kicked off the team with his actions. Evidently he doesn't realize that ita going to take work to get a career going. Someone will give him another chance, and if he blows that one he will end up throwing a great opportunity away.
10 sacks is an impressive accomplishment no matter the competition. I was also extremely pleased with the defense stopping the run on standard run plays. The direct snaps to a running back looked like plays we had never seen. Add in poor tackling at times and there is plenty room for improvement
As a GA troll you have a hard time competing with the stupid comments here, but did you actually just bring up "rastling"? We may now have a new record for the dumbest post ever. King Retard wins
Hate it for the kid, but everyone knew it was gonna be tough getting him in school. The reality is with 85 schollies, and 5 years of eligibility, teams can only average keeping 17 players a year. Sign 25 top guys next signing day and keep gaining ground on the playing field!
Wrong, they opened the 2017 season against Michigan in TX. The college landscape is changing and it appears everyone is going towards a more attractive schedule. I just hope the 8 team playoff doesn't cause schools to reconsider the better schedules.
I cant imagine anyone that's as young as Cox is that couldn't use a year in Savage's program to add strength. Most guys make strides every year in the weight room.
When will Mizzou find out if they're going to be eligible for the SECCG?
SEC Media Days: Year 2 under Dan Mullen begins with hope for Florida, but the final jump is the toughest
At least we don't have to wait too much longer before we can discuss actual games and get past the stupidity of talking season.
It's like when we were young and you saw that mentally disabled kid, and you tried not to look at them. Then you catch yourself staring because they look strange to everyone else. Yep, that's the reaction to those pathetic trolls
Cant believe that Mullen would poke fun of other people and act like he's part of an entertainment industry. People having fun isn't supposed to be a part of this
And with the commitment this morning from 4*, 6'11" big man Jitoboh to join the 3 already signed for next season, the young guys are about to be the stars on next years team.
And that noise you heard was the door slamming behind those Mike White bashers. The better coached team won. Of course it helped that the cheating coach wasn't allowed in the building
And he has a legal right not to answer any questions from a legal investigation. He however has no right to decline to answer questions from his employer. I cant see any way he survives this to coach again.
If you're ok with them transferring without waiting, would you be ok with a player transferring after the regular season ends and playing in a bowl game or the playoffs for another team? Sounds outlandish, but someone will try it.
Tennessee last year, Florida this year, Georgia next year....he's making an SEC East visit