Not sure on Mayes. Kind of an afterthought at this point.
Nebraska Jan. 1 2013 or Florida 2012 or Tech 2011, depending on how you want to break it down.
Thanks for sharing you opinion, Dawg426. And if you read the story you understand the context of Bobo's statement.
Yes, Bobo has had several offers to be OC at other major colleges, including Va. Tech most recently.
Missouri has given up seven sacks in five games, which is 6th in the SEC. That's not great considering how elusive Mauk is. So they can be had.
Maybe you can get Spurrier or Fulmer to come to Georgia. The successor is kind of key, you know?
I think Malcolm Mitchell will make some difference this week. Look for him to be targeted 6-10 times. But I don't see the passing game overall looking radically different.
Quietly Georgia is starting to amass some decent defensive numbers. In SEC it is 4th in total D, fourth in 3rd down D, fourth in sacks, 5th against the run. They're 11th in scoring but that's at only 21.6 ppg. When you're averaging 45 points on offense, you'd think that was enough.
Richt assured me in no uncertain terms yesterday that Mason has no arm issues and is not being limited in any way.
I just see it differently from an objective standpoint. Under what pretense could you fire Richt at this moment. "You haven't won a national championship?' Not sure who you'd get to come in and follow if that's how you handled expectations.
Indiana ran all over them. Loved coach Gary Pinkel's response when he was asked this week to evaluate his team's tackling ability. He said, "let's hold off on evaluating until after Saturday."
They've been more fortunate, in my opinion. There's Alabama and Saban, then everybody else. Check the years "everybody else" hasn't won the national championship, then look back at Georgia. The Bulldogs have been right in the mix in '02, '04, '07, '12. For everybody else your opps come about every four or five years. The Bulldogs just haven't been able to cash in when the pendulum has swung their way.
I think the play Gurley ran is a natural progression of play-calling that every team in america executes out of a wildcat formation. Another progression is throwing to the quarterback, who largely gets ignored when he goes into motion out wide. ... And Gurley WILL win the Heisman if Georgia reaches the SEC championship game. That's my prediction.
Richt says in no uncertain terms that Rumph will play this season and not be redshirted despite missing the first half of the season with a hamstring injury. That may be more of an indictment of what the Bulldogs think of Rumph's ability to help them that they're not willing to redshirt him.
Pretty good assessment, Chris. Todd Gurley is the one clear advantage Georgia has over Missouri -- and everybody else. Got to use him effectively and get some extraordinary play out of defense and special teams.
No. Read the story and you'll see. He's describing how the QBs and offense are to respond to adversity during the course of the game.
Kind of repeating myself at this point, Anthony, but I think Maty Mauk and his ability to ad-lib on offense is the biggest X factor in the Tigers' favor.
Who would you hire to lift Georgia to untapped potential it hasn't achieved in 122 years?
That's a good one, Tim. I'll have to check on that.