11
Oct
08

Thoughts from Georgia-Tennessee

  • Bobo should NEVER call another fade route.
  • Is Asher Allen the most over rated corner in the league?
  • Georgia can’t actually put away an opponent in the SEC.
  • How do teams cover our home run plays, but we can seem to do the same?
  • I guess gassers aren’t enough to stop penalties.
  • When are we going to realize that our defense is the only one in history that will not adjust to bubble screens?
  • We did a good job blocking a great defensive front, considering.
  • How huge is Mo Mass?
  • Is Knowshon hurt?
  • Why do we get less push inside the 10 than on the rest of the field? Is is scheme?
  • Up until the last set of downs, the drive starting at 13 or so minutes was the most impressive I have seen any team run this season.

Overall, it was a solid game, especially on defense, with the exception of two inexplicable drives (really, two inexplicable plays).  The Dawgs are one of those teams that win without flair, something that concerns me for later in the season when style points might matter.  A quick glance at the stats reveals a total domination by Georgia on both sides of the ball, however, it never felt that way.  I worry the lack of push, especially inside the 20, from the offensive line is going to be a big issue later in the season when TD’s, instead of FG’s, are needed.

Thoughts?

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1 Response to “Thoughts from Georgia-Tennessee”


  1. 1 Brandon
    October 15, 2008 at 7:55 am

    I enjoy the blog, but it is difficult to read with all of the orange and blue.


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