Go Dawgs! But I think they might need Benjamin Franklin Belue, Lindsay Scott, and even ol' Herschel himself to pull this one out.
Where is Larry Munson when we need him....
But here is the problem. That Georgia defense have not been playing up to potential in weeks. They could not stop the run, they could not stop the pass, and they seem to be confused at times with certian looks on their opponents offense. That is their weak points. Inaddition, the Defense are not playing with a sense of urgency, and with no heart. This week Shawn Williams (team mate)called out his defensieve team mates calling them "SOFT"... This is somethig that should have been address a while back. I commend him for speaking out about it. Hopefully that will sting those players enough to get them to really come out, and play this Saturday against Florida. If Georgia's Defense is clicking on all cylinders, then Georgia will win this game. But they way I see it right now, Florida will prevail. Florida is not winning games convincingly, but they are winning. They routed a South Carolina Gamecock team that hammered Georgia 35-7. They have a very good defense with a average offense. I can see Georgia's Offense wearing the Gators down, and Georgia having their way with in the 2nd half. But I am telling you, if that Georgia Defense does not get it together, and play penalty free football, stop the run, and defend the pass, they will not beat the Florida Gators. I will be pulling for the Dawgs, and I hope that they do win. With a win over Florida, Georgia will control they own destiny in becoming the South Eastern Conference Eastern Division Champions for the 2nd year in a row.
Georgia is paying for that weak schedule their playing this year. They got exposed in the South Carolina game. How can you be in the SEC and play an ACC schedule?....lol
By The Way........
Cats 89 Stated:
Richmond Hill 49
"Bradwell finished with just 56 yards of total offense, and the Wildcat defense held the Tigers to minus-10 yards on the ground".
Time For Walsh, his supporters, and his cadre of coaches to leave.