Learning experience, for the win

I couldn’t help but chuckle reading this:

Safety Josh Harvey-Clemons, who tipped that game-winning touchdown pass against Auburn, had six tackles and a forced fumble and two fumble recoveries.
“I asked him if he learned anything, he said, `Yes,” Richt said of their talk during the week. “I said `What was it? He said ‘Bat the ball down.’

Woe be unto the next football heaved in desperation against the Georgia defense.

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20 responses to “Learning experience, for the win

  1. And we know who that will be…..

  2. Scorpio Jones, III

    Did you see the game Josh had?

    Almost worth the lesson.

  3. Scorpio Jones, III

    FWIW….Stinchcomb pointed out the defense loses only one senior and, in his opinion, it would be a mistake to change DC’s at this point. “To start the defense all over again.”

    But what does he know, right?

    • Bulldawg165

      Batting the ball down doesn’t always work out much better. Just check out 2010 Auburn’s last play of the first half against SC in the SECCG. The SC DB batted it right into the Auburn receiver’s hands for a TD.

    • Bulldawg165

      The above wasn’t supposed to be a reply to your post. However, do you mean we’ll be good next year kind of like how we were good last year? Oh, that’s right, we WEREN’T good on defense last year.

      • W Cobb Dawg

        Agree. So Stinch is expecting the worst D in UGA history to be better next year if we do nothing? Turning 1 year older = improvement? For those who believe 1 year makes you better take a look at Damien Swann. What makes anyone think the D won’t be worse next year if we stand pat – because that’s how we’ve been trending under CTG.

        • Irwin R. Fletcher

          “Damien”? Your spelling is certainly testament that age doesn’t necessarily mean improvement.

    • TennesseeDawg

      We had a ton of experience on last year’s team on defense. That worked out to be a defense that finished behind Vandy in scoring and total defense and a rushing defense that was 12th in the SEC

  4. JAX

    Both Harvey-Clemons and Floyd are going to be crazy good next season. Of course it takes 9 others playing at a high level to win a championship.

  5. Skeptic Dawg

    I applaud JHC for a great effort and an awesome game last night. The kid appeared to play with a yet unseen passion and drive. Maybe it was to make up for the Auburn game. Maybe it was to send the seniors out on a high note. Whatever the reason, I tip my cap to JHC and the individual(s) responsible for lighting that fire! Hopefully the remainder of the D with be equally inspired after viewing the all-22. GATA!

  6. mg4life0331

    We looked great vs. Kentucky

  7. JAX

    Murray: ACL tear will have surgery on tuesday.

    • WP Dawg

      This is what I feared was the case. Murray hurt it on the run, but refused to come out of the game. When the D-lineman twisted Murray with all his weight on him, the knee obviously couldn’t withstand the force. Hate it for the kid. He has been an unbelievable competitor with tremendous commitment to the program. DGD

    • AusDawg85

      Whoever we pissed-off and placed this curse upon us, please come out now and identify yourself so we can either make amends or curse you in this Hell.