Thoughts on Georgia’s Poor Performance

Thoughts on Georgia’s Poor Performance

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  • We learned something today. Kirby is an average coach. He has all this “talent”, but the team is slightly better than average. Their defensive holes are canyons and the o-line is soft—too many fruit cookies from Fromm’s mom, I guess.


    Their championship run his first year was a fluke. As soon as Fromm leaves for the NFL, they’re going to wish they had HBC MR back.

    1980 is, and always will be, the last year Georgia will have won a national championship.

    This post was edited by Illini_Gator 1 month ago

  • Discussion
  • Our DLine is light years better than ND so that makes me feel great and Kirby doesn’t know how to step on someone’s throat

  • Poor performance?

  • They played a top 10 team. Do you think we would’ve beaten ND today by 4 TDs? Cause I don’t.

  • They have to keep fromm healthy. He had one scramble and took a shot under the chin but if he goes down they’re done.

  • He is Muschamp 2.0 with better athletes. No creativity on offense and he gets conservative when the game is tight. Not saying we will win but not as tough a game as i thought originally. Plus Cooley calling plays on offense...ill take Grantham in a chess match with him all day long.

  • JRain23 said... (original post) Poor performance?


    Georgia was a bigger favorite than us today. We stomped on our opponent's throat, UGA let themselves get into a dogfight. They didn't look near the level above us I expected them to.
  • GatorChomp813 said... (original post) Georgia was a bigger favorite than us today. We stomped on our opponent's throat, UGA let themselves get into a dogfight. They didn'...

    Tennessee is dog ***** compared to both ND/Georgia. We really haven't played anyone yet to boast, so can we cut all this chatter until after the Auburn game?

  • GatorChomp813 said... (original post) Georgia was a bigger favorite than us today. We stomped on our opponent's throat, UGA let themselves get into a dogfight. They didn'...

    Lol ok all those things can be true but they won a back n forth game vs a very good opponent. They had far from a poor performance.

  • PragmaticGator said... (original post) Tennessee is dog ***** compared to both ND/Georgia. We really haven't played anyone yet to boast, so can we cut all this chatter until ...

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  • Not so sure on that one lol.

  • PragmaticGator said... (original post) Tennessee is dog ***** compared to both ND/Georgia. We really haven't played anyone yet to boast, so can we cut all this chatter until after ...



    I'm just saying they didn't look anywhere close to as good as advertised. We looked better than advertised. Last week I thought we didn't have a chance against them. I don't see how anyone couldn't feel better about our chances now compared to last week.
  • GatorChomp813 said... (original post) I'm just saying they didn't look anywhere close to as good as advertised. We looked better than advertised. Last week I thought we ...

    Until our secondary demonstrate they can actually tackle I'm not sure how much confidence I have for that game. That was the defining part of the game that made it so close.

    This post was edited by PragmaticGator 1 month ago

  • PragmaticGator said... (original post) Until our secondary can actually tackle I'm not sure how much confidence I have for that game. That was the defining part of the game that m...



    Never said I'm taking the Gators money line against them, just that in my estimation our odds have gone up. And I'll take that.
  • GatorChomp813 said... (original post) I'm just saying they didn't look anywhere close to as good as advertised. We looked better than advertised. Last week I thought we ...

    I feel you. The issue for us will be tackling though. We have to clean that up.

  • Notre Dame passing attack was so predictable everyone was just sitting on those 5 yard out routes and slants. ND made no attempt in the first 3 quarters to stretch the field. They made it very easy for Georgia's DBs today, absolutely no vertical threat.

    This post was edited by 242Gator 1 month ago

  • I don't know about a poor performance.... Fromm was throwing unbelievable back shoulder passes all game

  • we're gonna win bigly

  • Like they used to say in the military, smoke ‘em if you got ‘em...

  • UGA is going to steamroll us. This thread reminds me of everyone who was convinced we would blow out Miami.

  • With god errr King Trask on our side, who can oppose us?

  • ccnabors said... (original post) They played a top 10 team. Do you think we would’ve beaten ND today by 4 TDs? Cause I don’t.

    Well you must’ve not watched King Trask today...

  • I wouldn't say they had a poor performance but they're not the unbeatable juggernaut they're so often portrayed as nationally. Notre Dame's defense entered the game giving up almost 200 yards per on the ground and UGA's offensive line could not really move them despite all of the hype of them having far and away the best line in the country. I thought Notre Dame was able to pick on their secondary early as well before they got conservative and stopped throwing downfield. And Kirby still makes questionable decisions.

  • JRain23 said... (original post) Lol ok all those things can be true but they won a back n forth game vs a very good opponent. They had far from a poor performance.

    (I know)

  • I wanted to wait till UGA played a better opponent but I'm fairly certain now that LSU is the second best team in the SEC (potentially the best), not UGA. In the era of explosive offenses, UGA has the opposite. They play ultra conservative and that allows lesser teams to hang around. Based on the talent difference between UGA and ND, UGA should have won that game by 3 TDs. If we're healthy going into that game, I think we have a decent chance to win it.

  • pogfee said... (original post) I wanted to wait till UGA played a better opponent but I'm fairly certain now that LSU is the second best team in the SEC (potentially the best...

    (I’m being honest here for a second)...

    I agree 100 percent. I thought Kirby was holding his playbook close to his chest their first three games, but that must not be the case. I don’t understand why he’s not leveraging the playmakers more often—specifically Fromm. Very surprised to see such a ‘defensive’ offense tonight. ND’s office also looked a lot better than I expected.