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...or does Georgia blow Bama out? I am going with GA over Bama in a 17+ point rout. It will be a nice title game between GA and ND, but ND wins. The SEC streak will be over.
I got UGA winning too. Bama has slaughtered shitty teams but has played poorly against the better ones. UGA is in that zone they were in in 07.
I'm with bamabum. This is an awful troll. You can't be so obvious with it. Subtlety is the key in these things. Now if you would have posted this on the BOL Roundtable, you would have accomplished what you wanted to.
Damn good point
Neither of you have beat more than 1 decent team all year
lol have u seen the schedules of each team their almost the same. You could prob say bama had the better one. Georgia got lucky they beat florida and got blown out by Scar. Struggled mightily against a terrible Kentucky team. Bama had a chance to beat AM but blew it. Beat a good LSU team and dog stomped everyone else. What zone is it that Georgia is in that alabama isnt. Its one game anything could happen no matter who is in the "zone".
everyone knows the Title game is in Atlanta.
Bama will win both games.. The Nc game will be closer than most think but bama will win...end of story...
Say what you want about our schedule, and I actually am pretty sure Georgia beats us this Saturday, but we definitely didn't get blown out by 3+ scores this season.
UGA's greatest team since 1980. No way they lose against Bama, ND or even next year's natty. Back to back for UGA. Go Dawgs.
UGA never shows up in the big games... Until they do I have to go with their opponent. Whichever team wins the SEC championship game slaughters ND. SEC wins again
Disclaimer.. EFFF the SEC
And before Dutch tells me, I know AU sucks
Bama 42- Uga 3
Wait a minute? You mean if Bama plays a tough game against a decent tough opponent (LSU) and comes out with a hard fought win in the final seconda-that equals shitty?
But when mighty ND barely squeaks by almost every team , good or bad (Pitt!!!!) they are the greatest and show resilience and fight to win the game?
And uga has looked no better, in fact look at common opponents and bama comes out on top.
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I don't, explain
3 time POTW, member since 2006, MLWTI: 4-3
The pathetic thing is a lot of you people think that.
You wish this were a troll. Bama pounding Auburn means nothing. Bama has the same issues and some additional ones, Bell out with broken leg. GA's defense is better than Bama's. GA's offense is better than Bama's. Special teams, you guest it, GA is better. Bama can only hope to keep this one close, but GA has not forgotten their last meeting with Bama. This is the all or none SEC chamionship. The winner to Miami. The loser will not even be in a BCS game.
I am not trying to be ghostly. I like to state what I feel is the obvious in big games. Bama is in trouble. Orlando is a nice vacation. Bama fans make your reservations while rooms are available.
The last time Alabama lost by 17 or more points:
iPhones didn't exist and wouldn't exist for three more years
George W. Bush was in his first term
Usher's "Yeah!" was the Billboard Song of the year
Hurricane Ivan had just hit the Alabama/Florida Gulf Coast
Hurricane Katrina hadn't happened yet
The Montreal Expos still existed; the Washington Nationals didn't yet exist
The massive tsunami in Southeast Asia hadn't happened
Rodney Dangerfield, Christopher Reeve, Pope John Paul II, Johnny Carson, Rosa Parks, Richard Pryor, and Don Knotts (among countless others) were still alive
Alabama rarely gets routed. I'm not saying Georgia can't win, but I HIGHLY doubt Georgia can/will beat Alabama by 17 or more points.
I think it will be a close game vs. UGA this Saturday they have a lot of NFL talent on D, but the biggest advantage is coaching. I wouldn't trust Mark Richt in a big game as far as i can throw him..
Bama got outphysicaled and out played and out everything in both their two big games and managed to somehow squeak one of them out (Thanks to a truck bed full of Miles dumb calls). Notre Dame on the other hand smacked the crap out of OU and never even let USC come close to sniffing victory. Close wins against lesser teams is never the telling sign. It's how you play against the big dogs. Bama can rape and pillage The North Central Michigan Charter Schools and the Auburns of the world, but they haven't really done much against higher competition and no, Michigan does not count. They are as soft as an Ikea comforter.
LMAOOO lay off the sauce..
You also talk about Notre Dame beating USC like it was some huge accomplishment. They won freaking 7 games. Why not pump up the win against a 7 win BYU if we are going to act like beating USC (with a freshman first time starter at QB) was some huge accomplishment. USC didn't beat a single team that won more than 7 games and more than half of their wins cam against teams that averaged less than 3 wins this season (Hawaii 2, Cal 3, Utah 5, and Colorado 1)
I know that numbers don't mean everything, but I would still rather have the numbers on my side.
I will gladly compare the common opponents for Alabama against both Notre Dame and UGA. When you look at the 4 SEC teams that both Alabama and UGA played, the numbers are very close on offese. The difference on defense is staggering when you compare UGA and Bama.
UGA averaged a 25.8 margin of victory compared to Bama's 32.8.
UGA averaged 486.3 yds/game on offense and 7.09 yds/play compared to Bama's 465.0 and 6.94.
UGA gave up an average of 330.3 yds/game and 4.87 yds/play compared to Bama's 198.0 and 3.44.
Against Michigan, Notre Dame won by 7 and had 239 yds at 4.78 yds/play while giving up 299 at 4.53 yds/play.
Alabama won by 27 and had 431 yds at 6.84 yds/play while giving up 269 yds at 4.80 yds/play. The numbers aren't even that close when you thing about 31-7 at half time and backups playing the entire 4th quarter as well.
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