Okay, now it’s our turn to go nuts over a Phil Steele prediction. Stick around to the end of this one:
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Filed under Georgia Football, Phil Steele Makes My Eyes Water
Holy sheet Batman!
I knew that. You knew that. Now everyone else knows that, too. So much for staying under the radar.
I think that’s accurate. I expect Georgia to win 9-10 games, with 11-12 an overly optimistic but feasible projection. That’s basically what he’s saying. He has Georgia ranked at 19, meaning 9-10 wins, but thinks its very possible the Dawgs could do better. Fair enough.
My HEART is so FULL!!! 🙂 woof woof
I’m changing my name to Dick Steele.
Why not Steele Dick?
it’s the bargaining stage of grief. i see schedule and think, hmmm. if we beat arkansas and the cocks, buffs on the road, how are we not 8-0 going in to the cocktail party. hell, by then we’ll have big mo. beat gators and we are HELL ON WHEELS, BABY!
but then i think, new qb, new defense. trubble.
Hope he is correct. He is saying what this optimist has been saying all along. The talent is there & AM is the real deal. Finally Ealey is going to be better than Moreno. Expect major disagreement on that one. Time will tell.
two once-a-generation-backs in a row?
I realize Knowshon wasn’t here for very long, but I think you’re overlooking just how outstanding he was for us.
Don’t forget Caleb King who is just about as good as Ealey. The 2 of them together are the best tandem at RB in the SEC East and are maybe the best in the whole country if you don’t count Ingram and Richardson from Bama.
I’m sorry, my computer must be a little slow. Did he say “run the table”? Wow. I(heart) Steele.
Wow just when I have talked myself into being ok with a so so season Steele has to stir the pot. Damn just damn.
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Did Steele just say the Dawgs could “run”
Good. Now I’m not the only one saying it. w00t.
that should be “run the table.”
Apparently even wordpress hates the Dawgs, as it erased that part of my message.
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