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This will be the second of two great SEC games Saturday guys. If Georgia can shut down Lattimore I think they beat USCe. USCe pass rush will give Georgia fits though.
I am honestly having a hard time getting a good read on either team. They look great one week then the next game I say, they don't look that good. IMO USCe has been the most consistent of the two.
This post was edited by Cosmo3 21 months ago
I have to give the edge to USCe. Spurrier has always owned UGA. He has beaten them many times when UGA had the better team. Throw in a huge, hostile crowd and the cocks have the edge. If Georgia can run the ball they have a good chance to win. If USC shuts down the running game and Georgia has to count on Murray, they are in trouble.
I like USCe to try and grind the game to a slower pace, limit the possessions and force Murray into bad throws (sound familiar?)
But Mark Packer was saying on Sirius this am that USCe has never beaten UGA three consecutive years, so who knows...
I honestly have no idea what the outcome of this game is going to be.
All I know is I hope UGA loses. I married into an UGA family.
I absolutely loathe UGA.
I think we as football fans have two great games this weekend. I have no idea who to pick in either game. I sure wouldn't bet on either.
I think we have more than 3 to be honest. Surprisingly, I think Arkansas vs Auburn, Miami vs Notre Dame, and Texas vs WVU all have the potential to be great games (even though Arkansas vs Auburn will be a suckfest, it could still be close). Florida vs LSU and UGA vs USCar should absolutely be great games.
This is going to be one hell of a Saturday. I'm on duty, too, so no drinking for me. I just hope I don't get called out on Saturday. I guess if I do get called out on Saturday, I'd rather miss one of those games instead of one of ours.
I agree sir about the national games, I was just talking about the SEC games. I also agree for us Alabama fans the Auburn vs Arkansas game will be very interesting. I really hope Arkansas turns it around and plays well.
auburn will run away with this game, arky is done! hope i am wrong!
This post was edited by Jowens35 21 months ago
I hope you're wrong too!
Keep in mind here that if Arkansas has a strength it is Tyler Wilson. He will be going against a weak Auburn defensive backfield. The key will be if he has time to throw.
The Ol ball coach still has it ( well not entirely). He took care of business against East Carolina, Uab and Missouri . In week one Vandy give them all they wanted but hey everyone has an off game and it was week one.Kentucky hung with them for the longest this past Saturday but in the end SC did what they had too do. I just think the dawgs will pull it out. I know they lost their best receiver but AM is a very good qb with two stud rb's. I've been wrong before(according to my wife) but I think Georgia by 10
I won't pick a winner, but I think it is crucial for UGA to establish the run early. They need to slow the pass rush of SCar by establishing the run and using play action later. If they constantly find themselves in 3rd and 6+ yards, they will be in deep trouble. You can't let Clowney to simply "pin his ears back" b/c he will kill them.
Are they not the worst fans ever? I hope spurrier wipes the floor with them.
I think USC can stop the Uga run without committing extra guys. They will be able to play more coverage and be more exotic in their blitz packages on 3rd down. Also feel USC has more ways to move the rock. Connor Shaw's running will be the difference. Also the play action game off of Lattimore will be huge for them.
I think Georgia wins
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