I’ve grown weary of hearing this:
“Didn’t do a good job of getting us ready to play. Didn’t do a good job of executing and that falls on me as a coach,” Bobo said. “Moved the fall well but didn’t finish. And you can’t finish, you can’t win in this league. And that’s about how we’ve been in three games in this league, basically.”
Georgia’s offense had the ball inside the Mississippi State 20 on three occasions in the first half, but only got six points out of it.
“I didn’t think they slowed us down in the first half at all,” Bobo said. “And to only get six points was disappointing. You can’t have turnovers and you can’t have penalties, and that’s coaching. That’s our fault.”
Save the pity party for somebody who’s dumb enough to believe that you’ve learned something from tonight.
The truly sad thing is the waste of Aaron Murray’s playmaking talent.