UGAFlyfisherman

Retired lawyer. Georgia alumnus.

Recent Comments
The comments section of this site has a much more respectful and intelligent tone now that all the bama fans have exited.
Odd. I wonder what the whole story is. Seems like UGA beat the Gator out of him.
Do you expect mastery of the English language from "tailwhip99?" He sounds like a cool guy.
Joe, You're mad because I told you to stop pounding your chest before the game was played. I mentioned that you shouldn't overlook UGA's defense and their O line - two factors that determined the game. It turns out I was right. Get over it.
"...but maybe you’ll Georgia tech their not that go this year as far as National titles go guess your..." This Gator Turd can barely formulate words in the English language. How am I supposed to ridicule this moron when we have no idea what the heck he's trying to say?
"Motive?" Bad look for the leader of a major program. He's starting to sound like the whiny UF fans making loads of excuses.
dongtaco does an amazing job confirming all of the Gator Fan stereotypes.
Joe, stop whining and give credit where credit is due. Kirby Smart was the better coach when it mattered - at 3:30 PM on Nov. 2 in Jacksonville.
Joe, Just make sure you're still here if the last two years result repeats itself. The projected closeness of this game has given you Gator fans a lot to beat your chest about. I really don't think this Georgia team will be a pushover like y'all think. Don't think just because they lost to SCAR that UF will just do as it pleases against UGA. You wouldn't know it listening to the media and the UF faithful but objectively speaking - UGA still has a VERY GOOD defense and some really good RBs and O linemen. Just saying man.
Have you watched both defenses? Regardless of who wins, I'm thinking it's tighter than that. Barring turnovers of course.
Joe, I think LSU's success up the middle has much more to do with the fact that LSU has a legit passing game so UF can't load the box consistently. This opens up the run for them. UGA doesn't have that ability. However, they will use a similar game plan. They won't get 8 YPC going up the middle like LSU because they will have no passing game. Notwithstanding, I bet they stick to the run and that their game plan will be to wear down the UF d line and then hopefully break bigger runs in 3rd and 4th quarter.
I hear you. But that will be what the Georgia coaches' game plan is. You won't see much play action. I actually think UF will do a great job on locking down our young receiving core in man coverage. Cager will not be healthy enough to be anything more than a decoy. I think for UGA to win, they have to consistently and successfully run it up the middle. UF's secondary is too good to be testing a shaky (at best) passing game against them.
If Grantham successfully takes away the run as you suggest, then UGA will lose barring multiple turnovers from UF. I know Georgia fans don't want to hear this, but Georgia would be much better off respecting that UF secondary and trying to get a consistent run game going. Obviously, the best possible case scenario would be if UGA could develop some kind of passing game in the first half to try and open up the run, but I just don't think they can do that. I think they are much more confident that they can run the ball.
Cager will not be 100% you are correct about that. It's the nature of the injury. This will severely limit the UGA passing game. Don't think you will see UGA pass much in this game. I think the UGA coaches believe that UGA's interior offensive line can beat UF's interior defensive line consistently. Because of that, you'll see a whole lot of running up the middle. LSU nearly had 8 YPC going up the middle on UF's defense. The coaches will pay attention to that and run it up the middle all game. UGA fans won't like it, but if UGA wins it will be because Fromm threw less than 15 passes and the UGA RBs wore down UF's DL and broke a few big ones in the third and fourth quarter.
Bad take. They were always going to start Nix because he's a legacy. There was no legitimate QB competition. They told Gatewood he had a shot to earn the job but that was just bullsh*t lies. Auburn lied to him to keep him here. He decided to leave when he figured out the truth.
You think that dipsh*t keyboard warrior Vomit served his country? LOL
I've never disappeared. And I will give you credit - after the past two beatdowns, neither did you.
cmgator, A rare intelligent comment from Gator Nation. Thanks for giving us all hope.
2Bits, Your UF buddy below is also laughing with me. It was funny. The question is -why are you taking offense to this particular thing? Something hit a bit too close to home?
"9. You don’t do a Gator chomp to the Jaws theme song" "Are you gators? Are you a shark? Pick one, you can’t be both." There's more to this comment than meets the eye. In Gainesville, sexual relations with sharks is not uncommon. Perhaps the Jaws theme song is a tribute to the popular Gator pastime of f*cking sharks.
You are absolutely delusional if you think that's a shot at McElwain. What are you damage control? Are you so afraid that some UGA coach or player is going to read this dumbass article and use it as motivation? If the absolutely idiotic drivel spewed all over the comment section of this site is indicative of the "Gator Nation" opinion as a whole - then God help you all.
Cager and Campbell are unlikely to be 100% for this game. Huge losses.
Quite down in the back with that logic crap!
That's how we're going to beat Florida. They will expect Coley to use his two weeks to come up with an effective game plan and creative plays. Little do they know that Coley's master plan is to come out and run it up the middle. Over and over and over. They'll never see it coming. In all seriousness, I bet we beat Florida and we throw it less than 15 times.
Let me fix that headline for you, "Rapid Reaction: Swift, offense shake off poor play calling in shutout win vs. Kentucky."
LSUMC, That's the million dollar question. I think (at least for a little while)Kirby will stay the course. The 2017 season empowered him. It made him think this offensive philosophy works. In my opinion, the time for these type of offenses in college football has passed.
He's far too stupid to see the irony in his moronic commentary. But yes, the same way.
I'm not sure how to fix the punting situation, but it's pretty bad. Camarda is money in practice, but during high pressure moments he'll give you 20 when you need 50 and he'll give you 50 when you need 30. I don't know if the guy behind him (Rubright) is really that much worse, but if this continues - he needs to get a look.