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Got a fight coming
We live for games like this. Bring it!
Did they swap lswho for Georgia or something? (G)
Bama is built to beat teams like Georgia.
Alabama will dominate Georgia.
Agreed, but if Bama plays with intensity and urgency...no one can beat them at this point. Didn't play with either against A&M.
Jawa I agree with you. I feel like we match up very well with the dawgs. Alabama will win this game unless we play sloppy. But I feel very confident. Roll Tide!
I think Bama will win but I think it's gonna be a battle. UGA is loaded with NFL talent....comparable to Bama.
I'm taking CNS over Richt "All Day" and hence why I think we win.
Everyone said we would dominate LSU and a&m as well.
Georgia isn't on the schedule. We play auburn next.
Not really worried about UGA. They'll keep it close, but I don't see Richt beating Saban with a title on the line.
Georgia is dangerous because they have way more talent than they typically perform as, if they manage to string 4 quarters of good football together they can beat anyone. They normally just screw up or goof off, so hopefully they do that.
Jump on jawja and they will quit. Anyone watch the south carolina game? Living in Atlanta the last 15 years I have been waiting for this moment. My jawja friends are unbearable at times. Such fair weather fans. Coach Saban will have our men ready.
No they didn't. I said both games would be close. I am however saying Alabama will dominate Georgia.
No one I know said that. I sure as hell didn't. But we match up so much better with the dawgs.
This is correct if 2 things happen......
Find a way to cover short to medium passes over the middle and get pressure on the QB
We are seriously having a hard time with the intermediate passes over the middle of our secondary
I think they only have a chance if AM has a Mettenberger type day, but I highly doubt that's going to occur
You mean a Mettenberger/Tebow/Garcia/Newton/Manziel type day? I'm expecting it at this point.
WE PLAY AU NEXT!!!!!!!!! Not UGA.
Have to take this one week at a time now. Didn't any if y'all learn your lesson about assuming we win last week??????
This. We have to avoid getting down by more than 2 scores early and we should be able to take over. I'd rather just start fast though.
"Quit trying to make a play and do your job!"
Based on what I've seen this season, UGA could be the toughest game we have left.
The good thing is they play the style of offense we are accustomed to.
This post was edited by jrftidefan 17 months ago
I really don't know what to expect from UGA. They've looked dominant and hapless at different times in the season. They do seem to fold in big games against top teams, so that's encouraging I suppose. Another thing that makes me feel better is that the two times we were pushed this year, the other team played a nearly flawless game (no turnovers, superb QB play, we made uncharacteristic turnovers and mistakes). And even with strong teams playing a nearly perfect game against us, we very easily could have won both of them.
Take Oregon tonight as a contrast. Stanford played far from a flawless game. They made critical mistakes (turnovers) and missed numerous scoring opportunities throughout the game. Still, they pulled off the upset. Baylor made one of the dumbest mistakes I've ever seen in college football to give KState a TD but still won by 28. I guess I'm saying that if you want to beat Alabama, you better play a damn near perfect game and your QB better set it on fire. I don't think that's true for any other team in the country.
The state is the great fictitious entity by which every man believes he can live at the expense of every other. - Frédéric Bastiat
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