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At what point are the players allowed to fill a pillowcase with soap bars and beat the hell out of Jim Chaney. Following up a big downfield play by by Eason and Ridley with a pass off of the Wild dawg. A third grader has more common sense. 

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Another point about that fat slob Chaney is he is known for developing tight ends but even though we recruited the number one tight end in the country he isn't ever used until the second half of a game or unless we are down by a good number of points. We got gypped and need an SEC quality offensive coordinator.   

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Made this comment before but the SEC refs are the only refs in the country that can rival the incompetence of our beloved NBA refs. Seriously need a better cause and effect system because whatever we have now is very, very broken in more than one league.  

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Dawgs beat two teams today. Auburn and the SEC refs that have to at some point pay for their discretions in these league games. How poor of a performance by the refs does it take for something to actually happen. The announcers were almost bewildered by their performance. 

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Props to Smart and Tucker. It's not been pretty but the defense has been effective and has really improved from earlier.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jim Chaney needs to get on the next plane out of Georgia.

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Thats a great point about the defense. Holding Auburn scoreless for three and a half quarters is a surprising accomplishment.Couldn't agree more about Chaney. Same script again by him not using the tight end Nauta until we absolutely had to in the second half to keep two drives alive. Smart coaches involve their best players constantly with plays that work constantly. Needs to drop the gimmick plays altogether. That type of play insured our loss to Vandy not long ago. Again though the defense was great and closed Auburn out for a big win.  

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2 hours ago, Thomas said:

Thats a great point about the defense. Holding Auburn scoreless for three and a half quarters is a surprising accomplishment.Couldn't agree more about Chaney. Same script again by him not using the tight end Nauta until we absolutely had to in the second half to keep two drives alive. Smart coaches involve their best players constantly with plays that work constantly. Needs to drop the gimmick plays altogether. That type of play insured our loss to Vandy not long ago. Again though the defense was great and closed Auburn out for a big win.  

It's too bad the offensive line is so bad the TEs have to block a lot of the time. Nauta is good enough to be a top target like Engram. Blazevich is better than he's shown, but again he's stuck blocking and he's now the 3rd best TE on the team. He deserves props if he sticks it out next year despite it.

Otherwise, the offensive personnel decision making and playcalling are so questionable it's crazy. Davis and Chigbu are not good, but they were playing over Ridley and Wims for a lot of snaps early in the season and Godwin has been used incorrectly until recently.

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The catch by Ridley that didn't hold up because of holding was pretty crazy. Defender got a piece of his left shoulder and he cradled it in one handed anyway. May end up being our future A.J. Green.

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That play stood. Ridley made a one handed grab because he was being interfered with. There was another play where he was blatantly interfered with and the whistles were swallowed.

The play you're thinking of should have had offsetting penalties but the late hit was ignored. Wims completed a 40 yard pass on the negated play.

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Oops, sorry for my confusion. Believe that moving forward your right about starting Wims with his size and hands and Ridley. Ridley seems to have big plays in his DNA. Godwin could do well in the slot with those guys outside as more of a possession guy. Definitely would keep defenses pretty busy covering. 

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Ridley looks good, Nauta looks good, we've got big guys coming in...skill positions should be taken care of. As long as we can get this line to block the offense should be clicking next year 

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Certainly will take a win no matter what at this point but really a below average outing for the dawgs. The quarterback draw works at times when a QB can actually pass well but we let Jennings own the draw up the middle and we looked unintelligent against it. Just over and over. Chubb and Isaiah really look good as usual with no mental mistakes with them. Don't think anybody will take a UGA and GT game lightly no matter what decade we are talking about and GT did take out VT last week. So expecting the usual great battle and who does rule the state indeed will be decided for this season is coming up.   

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Finally saw some snow on the ground in a couple of games yesterday and this while we haven't had rain or any moisture at all in forty plus days now in the Americus area.  Excuse me there, the AME area. It was nice to see. Snow is a cool part of the college football season.

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Guess the battle for the state between GT and UGA is really the battle of the Jekll and Hyde gangs. Both teams can score at times and both can play defense at times. Special teams may well be the wild card. Will be a fun one no matter what, always is. 

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Will be a good game this year.  Most maddening thing about watching the Jackets is you have no earthly idea which team will show up.

Gave up 50 bajillion yards to an avg as cold grits UNC team.  Then come back and look like the 85 Bears against the state of Virginia the last 2 weeks.

 

 

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Bare in mind the Hood kid at running back is serious stuff but the coaches just seem to drift away from him in some games. Anyway against GT (especially against GT and without many touches) and UGA he was really good and if the coaching didn't go pass happy against the Dawgs they might have kept Jacob off the field a good bit more because of Hood. Still as you said it will be a good one though who knows what type of game is coming up in our state.  

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Typical tight battle for the great state of Georgia. Big ups and downs as well as inexplicable coaching for both teams here and there. One less mistake and one more great play by GT. I pull for the Dawgs but a game between these guys decided by one point is pretty hard to beat. OK maybe we could have enjoyed a couple of overtimes but it was still that tight of a battle and begrudging congrats to the Bugs. Home field means jack to both teams.   

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I'm better than Jim Chaney at situational football awareness. You try to get the dagger after the 4th down stop at midfield. Not go conservative.

If Kirby is meddling in the offense, stop or your tenure is going to end worse than Muschamp's at Florida. If not, Chaney needs to be gone tonight.

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2 hours ago, kg01 said:

What. A. Game.

That dive makes Searcy an instant GT legend.

THWG.

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