Hey, everybody! An anonymous SEC coach has figured out Kirby’s Kryptonite!
“After Texas beat the hell out of Georgia in the bowl game, Kirby Smart had to take a big look in the mirror,” one anonymous SEC coach told Lindy’s. “He hangs his hat on defense and Texas shredded his defense. Oklahoma did the same thing two years ago. That gives people an idea how to move the football on Georgia’s defense. Texas ran it right up their butt. Oklahoma beat them on the perimeter. And you can’t say Georgia ain’t got players.”
(Texas averaged 3.63 yards per rushing attempt against Georgia. But I digress, I guess.)
So, just run the ball up the middle, or take it outside. It’s really that easy. I look forward to Vanderbilt emulating Oklahoma’s success in the season opener, now that the secret is out there for all to see.
And, peeps, don’t think Kirby isn’t feeling the pressure… from us.
“Georgia can’t backslide,” said another anonymous opposing coach in the conference. “Those fans think they’re going to win the national championship every year.”
I’m really beginning to wonder how sharp you have to be to coach in the SEC.