Upon further review, MSU edition

Todd Blackledge’s soft “oh, boy” at about the 1:20 mark when he sees all three Georgia receivers break open for what turned out to be an easy touchdown throw to Isaac Nauta is worth the price of admission.

Oh, yeah, the other two hours are a fun watch as well.


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13 responses to “Upon further review, MSU edition

  1. 1smartdude

    It’s the most complete looking game, strictly from the eye test, that I’ve seen in a couple of years. What was most impressive is that after the first two defensive series, I knew MS didn’t have a chance to get back in the game. It’s been a LONG time since I had that feeling against a ranked team. All that’s left is getting that kind of consistency on a weekly basis. You can accomplish goals if that takes place.


  2. 1smartdude

    One other thing, just to give credit where it’s due, after watching the DVR of the game, Chaney probably called one of his best games. As much as I don’t believe he’s the long term solution, he was good Saturday. He sat up plays well and kept a pretty good defensive team off balanced most of the day.


    • Jack Burton

      It’s amazing what he’s able to accomplish with a competent QB.


    • James Stephenson

      Oh no, he called a wonderful game. PA on early downs. Draws, which I love. Let those D linemen get up field and hand it to the back. That makes the D line a little less aggressive. Just a beautiful called game.


  3. HiAltDawg

    yes, the soft “Oh boy” was way better than me screaming “Seam,Seam, Seam” like a loon from the 326’s, lol. It was beautiful seeing red jerseys getting open that play! Kudos to the coaches and players on that one


  4. UGA85

    It kind of reminded me of the 2008 Blackout game in reverse. Two ranked, talented teams, but one just playing at a higher level, executing flawlessly, with a new head coach seeking a statement win. CKS’s trajectory so far tracks Saban well.


  5. kfoge

    I was camping this past weekend with the wife and two young daughters and listened to the game on the radio (side note: I cannot remember the last time I listened to an entire UGA game on the radio). When we got home Sunday afternoon I watched the recording of the game and was blown away by the speed and tackling on D. When listening on the radio you use your imagination to visualize but it just doesn’t bring it home until you watch it on TV (or in person)


  6. The Truth

    Had to go back and watch just now because I just love good play-calling (and execution), but when I watched the replay on Sunday I did not recall the conversation between Blackledge and Tessitore just after the TD regarding Trent Dilfer’s opinion of Jake Fromm at the Super 11. You can think what you want about Dilfer, but when you consider the QB’s that have gone through that program his praise of Fromm is pretty heady stuff.


    • Dave

      The question there, and I don’t know the answer to it, is was he saying that during/after that camp? Or, is he saying it now as a “I knew it all along” comment regarding Fromm?


  7. Stoopnagle

    Well, I guess this means CFBlights is off line now and we’ll have to find a new place to watch replays…

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    • Disney sucks for doing this.


    • gastr1

      You’ll only have to in cases where the replay was already posted on ESPN. In this case I’d already watched it a couple of times on ESPN without being a subscriber, before CFBlights even posted it. So it’s kind of a “live” copyright violation, so to speak, not just removal for the two cents it might cost.