A few morsels to nosh on as we wait for Saturday to get here:
- The third quarter has been berry, berry good to Georgia this year.
- Here’s a handy yards per play chart.
- Mark Schlabach tells you why he thinks Georgia is going to upset Alabama. So much for that ESPN monolith that hates the Dawgs.
- Bobby Hebert: “I know this and I actually believe this, and people say ‘oh come on;’ but I know I’ve forgotten more football than Les Miles knows…” Amazing his name isn’t being brought up with all the head coaching openings out there right now.
- If this report is true, it’s a sign that some Vol fans have too much money.
- Patrick Garbin suggests that Georgia’s offensive line is doing better than we might think.
- A heartfelt plea for Georgia to beat Alabama: “The primary reason I’m hoping for a Georgia win on Saturday is because it would mean we could avoid the snotty, unending pontificating in advance of a BCS title game featuring two of the bluest bloods in college football.” Amen to that.
- Georgia players believe they learned a valuable lesson from last year’s SECCG.
- I don’t think there’s much to this story, but if the NFL were to ban cut blocking, can you imagine Paul Johnson’s recruiting sales pitch to high school offensive linemen? “Come to Georgia Tech, where we’ll teach you to become proficient in a technique that’s banned at the next level.”