Tag Archives: Georgia

Predicting the Next Four Years

College Football eras fit neatly into four year windows.  That’s the usual length of a college sojourn for a student.  ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg uses the leap day to look forward to the next four years.  Among his predictions: Others that … Continue reading

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You Need a Quarterback

You have to have a quarterback.  College football is reaching the point that the NFL reached years ago.  You must have a great quarterback or you cannot succeed.  For years there were ways around that, but that is no longer … Continue reading

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The Safe Play with Kirby Smart?

Kirby Smart, rumored to be the next head coach at the University of South Carolina, is actually the next head coach at the University of Georgia.  Smart has been one of the hottest names in coaching circles for years.  Had … Continue reading

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What We Learned: Week 12

The Committee Loves Blowouts.  Remember when the BCS instructed the computer rankings to take out margin of victory?  Remember how they didn’t want to see teams run up the score?  The Playoff Committee isn’t like that.  Last year Ohio State … Continue reading

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Georgia’s Big Gamble

So, Georgia decided to fire Mark Richt.  Most of the articles you read today are going to be some variation of “how could they?”  How could they fire a man who averages 10 wins a season?  How could they fire … Continue reading

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Redemption Saturday

“Sometimes the best thing you can say about a day is that it’s over.”  Many college football teams will look back on this season and understand that sentiment.  Some are already thinking it.  Expectations haven’t been met for most teams, … Continue reading

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SEC East Down

There was a time when the SEC was the best conference in college football.  It was a time when that fact could not be seriously debated, except by partisans of other conferences and people playing devil’s advocate.  There are those … Continue reading

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What We Learned: Week 8

How did UNC lose to South Carolina?  After Thursday night’s win over Pitt, people wanted to know how this North Carolina team lost to that South Carolina team.  Short answer: South Carolina is better.  Their 3-5 record doesn’t look as … Continue reading

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Alabama Holds Key to Georgia’s Rise

There’s no disputing Georgia’s place among the blue bloods of College Football.  They have the tradition: a national title and a Heisman trophy.  They have the fanbase, and they’ve been quite good for many, many years now.  They are clearly … Continue reading

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Alabama – Louisville and “True Road Games”

On Friday morning ESPN reported Alabama and Louisville have agreed to play a 2018 game in Orlando to open the season. Immediately many on twitter derided the fact that the game was not a true road game. Some expanded their … Continue reading

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