Check out Auburn’s third quarter offensive S&P+.
Now look at Georgia’s defensive Q3 S&P+.
Halftime adjustments tomorrow should be watched closely. Very closely.
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Interesting observation from Andy Staples on his podcast this week after watching Auburn play LSU and Clemson. His opinion is that if Auburn can out-athlete you (i.e. Miss State / A&M / Arkansas), it’s all good. When they’ve run into teams with equal athletes (i.e. LSU / Clemson), it’s been a rougher go for them. That will also be interesting to watch since they sure as hell can’t out-athlete Georgia or Alabama.
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Looks like Auburn ain’t too shabby defensively either per S&P in Q3. Gonna be a great game.
auburn peaks in the second quarter, which is when we our first team unit is weakest. Though I have to think that some of Auburn’s second half woes come from Gus’s bad decision making. That stuff is easier to fix.
Fix by whom? Guz?
I would like to see our 4th qtr. offensive S&P+ get cut in half after tomorrow. That means we never took our foot off of the gas and beat them like a rented mule.
Or it stays similar because the backups are in again versus their starters
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Talk about fading…
I get that it is picking nits, but I would love to see a well executed 2 minute drill to end the first half. Combine that with the great 3rd quarter defense and you can really change a game.
Especially if we are already up by three scores, and go for two. I wold be OK with that. It is the barn, after all.
Tomorrow we need to step up in Qtrs. 2 & 4. Aaron Davis needs to come out of his second half of the season coma and get with the program. He’s on my Prince Miller Bat Guano List right now.
“We’ve got some grown men up front that don’t let you run it,” Smart said. “We force you to throw it, and then we stop you throwing it.” -- The Athletic, 1/13/22
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