It was an innocent question.

Okay, maybe not so innocent.  But it sure was obvious Saturday which team was the better conditioned one.

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22 responses to “It was an innocent question.

  1. Salty Dawg

    I laughed when I saw this on Saturday and it still makes me laugh! Damn, son! Eat a sammich and hit the weight room!

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  2. It was pretty amazing to see our guys vs. theirs. Our lines of scrimmage just absolutely physically mauled them. Scott Sinclair is just as valuable to this staff as Sam Pittman.

    S&C has nothing to do with level of investment and is more about getting it done with purpose. It definitely seems like our guys pass the “getting off the bus” eye test.

    By the way, Fish Fry talks about jumping offsides on 4th and 1. He conveniently hasn’t said a damn thing about the missed chop block on Muckle-Hawkins on the 3rd down.

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  3. Bulldog Joe

    Diving at knees does not require arm strength.

    They have bigger fish to fry.

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  4. Uglydawg.

    The size/strength difference was striking.
    After the game, a lot of the GT players were laughing it up with Georgia players. Marshall was one of them. A lot of these kids know each other and don’t “hate” them once the game is over.
    But there was much wailing and gnashing of teeth about it over on Stingtalk.
    It’s as if the team has accepted reality, the fans see it but don’t accept it, and Paul Johnson is the picture of it. Some of the nerds even suggested that Kirby called off the Dawgs early to save Fishfry’s job. Funny.

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  5. My brother in law, who for some weird reason isn’t much of a sports fan, sat down and watched the first quarter with me over a few beers. Without knowing anything about UGA/GT, the very first thing he said was, ‘man, GT looks really small compared to the team in red…basically like a JV team or something.’

    The eyeball test was the most glaring I’ve ever seen in terms of the difference in size and athleticism between the two programs.

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  6. Tony Barnfart

    Look guys, they take calculus.

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    • Russ

      Yeah, I’m sure that guy majoring in “Literature and Communications” took calculus. Tech has plenty of majors to hide athletes. Their “entrance standards” aren’t preventing them from recruiting. It’s (the) Johnson’s winning attitude.

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      • I thought exactly the same thing when I saw that. If you read NerdTalk, you would think that every one of their football players were studying rocket science and brain surgery all wrapped up into one.

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        • Tony Barnfart

          Look guys, UGA is only #13 in US News 2019 public university rankings. Tech is #8…. an engineer with conventional wisdom can tell you the difference between the 90th percentile and 93rd is competent football.

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    • Tony from Union Point

      Listen, guys. Alabama recruits at a higher level than Georgia Tech and will provide a greater challenge to the Bulldogs next week.

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  7. lakedawg

    Line of scrimmage, 250 vs 320, who is going to win that one every round?

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  8. Russ

    Did anyone see the response to this picture compared to a picture of Holyfield?

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  9. Randall Adams

    The difference in the size, speed, power, and conditioning was actually kind of scary. Are we that more physically gifted or are they that much worse? Maybe a little of both.

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