The defense looked positively Auburn-’99esque with its lack of resistance to the Vols QB in that first half.
Filed under Georgia Football
My worst fears come true. Dawgs defense making another scrub QB look like a potential #1 pick in the draft.
If we lose this one, I think we should be prepared for the possibility of no bowl this season.
But maybe that is what it will take to realize Richt is carrying a ton of dead weight on his pathetic coaching staff.
” College football players will play up to the level that they are coached.” Steve Spurrier, 1989
Look a bootleg
It’s Crompton, he’s due for a pick anytime now.
Oh, look, there it is. You’re welcome.
I never thought our special teams would be the reason we are even thinking of being in this game….
Logan Gray cannot handle the read. Stop doing it, Bobo.
I’m coming dangerously close to the point at which I almost kinda hope for a loss. What else will it take for Richt to realize that drastic changes need to be made?
never hope for a loss, jerk.
His name is Turd! What do you expect?
Something has to change, … so I hope for change. And if a loss is a necessary means to change, then that’s what I want to happen.
If that bothers you, then please, take your crying elsewhere.
October 10, 2009 at 2:50 pm Logan Gray cannot handle the read. Stop doing it, Bobo.
Which one of us was doing the crying, again?
I think it’s been obvious all season that changes are needed.
“I think it’s been obvious all season that changes are needed.”
Obvious to some, yes. But to those people who can actually make necessary changes (like, e.g., Richt), it’s apparently not obvious enough. Maybe a few more huge, embarrassing failures will give him the sort of testicular fortitude it takes to save his own ass and fire the people responsible for holding this team back.
But my guess is that we’ll get another song and dance about how young the players are, how their under-performing, how strong the wind is, etc.
It should be obvious even before this beatdown that changes are needed in the program. The program has been on a downward trend the past few seasons anyway. NO PROGRAM gets blown out as many time as we have since ’05 and can still seriously believe they are a national champsionship caliber program.
Change can either come from within (with Richt realizing it) or from outside (Damon, boosters, etc).
either way…change is needed.
We are where TN was at four to five years ago. A solid program that had become stagnant.
It will change if fans stop spending big bucks supporting this shit and stop attending the games. Money talks and as long as the money pours in then accountablility is out.
Don’t worry. Richt knows what he’s doing. It’s all part of the plan.
Peachtree TV has pulled the plug on this mess
Something is terribly wrong with UGA. If this continues, maybe we need to get rid of Richt. If he can’t see it, then he is dumb. If he refuses to see it, we are dumb.
This might sound bad….but I hope UT gets 50 at this point. I really do.
And by the way…this is completely irrelevant to how terrible our team is right now…..but can anyone tell me why UT wasn’t flagged for a celebration after that touchdown where their entire team ran onto the field?!?!?
That was one the worst performances I’ve ever seen from a UGA team. I don’t even know what to say after that one.
Because the SEC refs are mad at us for calling them out last week, so they’re retaliating by not calling an obvious celebration penalty that would benefit us.
I’ll preface this by saying that I think Richt’s faith is a net gain.
However, we may now be seeing the other edge to Richt’s devout Christianity. It entails the capacity to believe without evidence. That’s not a good quality to have when making decisions about one’s coaching staff.
Is bashing Christianity necessary here?
No, you’re right. I’m just on a few beers and frustrated.
Maybe we need Satan.
As head coach.
Saban’s not available.
I think he was talking about Urban Meyer.
Can someone name a game this year when we haven’t been outcoached on BOTH sides of the ball. They have a former NFL headcoach / O-coordinator as HC / O coordinator and a former Superbowl winning D-coordinator. We have O and D coordinators that were UGA position coaches 4 years ago and are still unproven. We are consistently outcoached, and I think it is obvious why. I’m sure recruits will figure it out soon too.
Mark Richt has an impeccable tract record but we are really underperforming. I really hope we
can turn it around. The offense lost the game…completely outschemed by daddy Kiffin. I think Richt should be very involved in the offense for the rest of the season.
I don’t know if I can take it any longer……..click, click……BOOOM!
At least Vandy is next.
We will only lose by a FG then.
I’m with the haters now. Richt either tosses Bobo and Martinez to the curb, or he’ll find himself out with them in a couple of years. This team is not coached up in the slightest, and it shows.
That’s it. Richt makes the decision, or Damon will. Your choice, Mark.
Stop filming lame-ass Ford commercials, BTW.
I was thinking the same thing during the game. When Garcia and Crompton both have career days against our defense, it has to be evident to everyone involved (even Martinez) that our defense sucks and we need a change. Even Stafford and Knowshon wouldn’t have been able to save the team from this defense.
Hats off to Tennessee though. The Kiffins came to play today and took us to school.
Not worth it, X-Dawg! What does not kill us will only make us stronger? I hope we can turn this around soon. Did we feel this badly when we lost the four in 2006?
No we didn’t. Because that year we didn’t have this talent, and we had complete and total noobs at every skill position.
Not to mention, we will lost 5-7 games this year.
We may not make a bowl game.
But at least that means Richt’s bowl record won’t suffer.
All of the Martinez apologists need to scuttle their pride, admit they were wrong and join the Willie Mo Must Go Express, we’ll be glad to have you aboard. Sincerely,
Brandon, charter member of WMMGE since Auburn 2005
For the life of me, I can’t think of one area on the field where our players have been coached up. Most of the great plays made this year were because of talent – not coaching. Our team MVP may actually be our punter (with apologies to AJ). This is sad, just sad.
I sorta lost it today.
I hope to hell that Richt loses it.
By losing Martinez, Fabris, Bobo…..TOMORROW!
That would be a real good start.
When Vandy beats us next week, that will make us 2-2 against Vandy in a 4 year stretch.
Has that ever happened?
I just had a dogged epiphany.
We are the New Vanderbilt.
On second thought, I doubt that we are THAT good.
Besides AJ, Drew Butler is our next best performing player. RC will be third.
It’s not a good sign when you’re PUNTER is mentioned w/ the best performing players on the team. But he has gotten a lot of game practice this year. Blah.
Including an awful performance from Danny Sullivan of ASU and a rather pedestrian performance from Zac Robinson, here are the stats that opposing QBs have posted against UGA:
Comp – Att – Yards – Comp % – Y/A – Sacked – Loss – TD – INTs
111 200 1494 55.5 7.47 11 69 14 4
Without Sullivan the Comp% is: 60.1
This doesn’t include rushing stats which Garcia and other probably had some yardage.
I don’t know how to calculate QB Rating, but I am guessing this would be in the top 20 for college football.
Yep JasonC, UGA tends to make opposing QBs look like All-Americans this season. I was warning my friends before the game that Crompton will come out and have his best game of the season. Case closed.
Duke beat N. C. State by 21 points, 49-28. N. C. State lost to South Carolina by 4 points, 7-3. We beat South Carolina by 4 points, 41-37.
If my calculations are correct we just lost to Duke by 13 points, 56-43.
Man, Duke has some serious issues on defense. However, in defense of their… uh… defense, their offense did put their defense in some pretty lousy positions, what with all the turnovers and penalties and such. Without out all of that, according to Coach Cut’ reasoning, Duke obviously beats Georgia by 2 more touchdowns, at least. Honest.
“It felt great,” he said. “It felt awesome. We got redemption.” — Lewis Cine, AB-H, 11/29/20
Subscribe in a reader