I just can’t quit you, manball.

At munus-4 in turnover margin, I guess you could say Georgia imposed its will on itself.

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  1. Dave Marler

    Today is the best indicator that the program has reached its limit under Kirby until, and unless, he modifies his philosophy. Today is on him and Coley and their penance should be running into the rear ends of the OL an equal number of times that Swift, etc had to do so.

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    • gospeldawg

      Well said. Although your penance is lenient.

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      • Kirby is all about recruiting… doesn’t he realize how awful that offensive philosophy looks to recruits? If you never put your playmakers in a position to do anything but catch the ball and get tackled, or catch the ball running out of bounds, or run headlong into an 8/9 man box – you’re eventually going to have a problem. Today it was on the field. It might show up soon with recruits.

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  2. Jim

    Just could not get out of our own way.

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  3. Anon

    We wreaked a shit load of havoc for sure

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  4. This is one of those days that makes you realise that we will never be Bama and are just a cheap imitation. Change my mind.

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  5. Morris Day

    Lies. Damned lies. And advanced stats.

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  6. The aggregate of marginal gains got you a home loss to a team struggling for bowl eligibility as a top 5 team. One of the worst losses in UGA history. Up there with Auburn’s ass-kicking in 1999 and Alabama’s funeral in 2008.

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  7. Fromm played like a guy who sniffed pressure for the first time all season and he folded. Like against LSU. Against Auburn in 2017 (regular season). Kirbs can get them up for big games but this was the worst since Vandy in 2016.

    In short we left points on the field in multiple places and without turnovers we win this game, but the TOs were pressure based (except fumble snapped) and our overall offensive strategy was pedestrian at best. This was true adversity and we didnt respond well.

    Thanks, Braves…you set the tone for this shit storm over Georgia.

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  8. California dawg

    Kirby could have hired almost anyone for OC, yet he choose Coley, who had a mediocre at BEST track record in the ACC. Who cares if you can recruit 5 stars if you don’t know how to use em. That was the most unimaginative play calling from a Georgia offense since Schottenheimer.

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  9. bcdawg97

    I’m excited to hear all of the people who were saying the negative nancies had no merit explain this game…

    Why is Trey Hill still center? Why does Tyler Simmons still see the field? Did someone steal the toss sweep from Coley’s playbook? Hold on, we just ran it up the middle again…

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  10. Biggus Rickus

    The offense was a shit show for a lot of reasons, but it’s troubling how little space there is for receivers and running backs. I think that has to be schematic to some extent. I was worried about changing coordinators being a problem when it happened, and I don’t think Coley is going to last. After today, I hope he doesn’t.

    I also want to bitch for a minute about Fromm. He was often terrible today, and after not even glancing to the left on those two plays at the end of regulation, people can spare me with the talk of his being the best they’ve ever seen at understanding where to go and why or being so amazing before the snap.

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    • Classic City Canine

      Jake looked lost out there and his arm was a wet noodle today.

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    • Will (The other one)

      He remains winless when passing it 30 or more times. When that was a good LSU team plus Bama 2x and a very good Auburn team (when he was a true freshman) it didn’t seem as bad.
      But I think some of it is scheme too — we weren’t running a ton of great modern passing concepts (and I was concerned “man beater routes” were a thing Coley didn’t even have in the first half.)

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    • The Truth

      A-fuckin-men. People whose job it is to analyze QBs tell me how well Jake sees the field. From my seat all I see is the open receivers Jake doesn’t.

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    • Tony Barnfart

      why people think he is the best QB to ever wear a UGA uniform has always been beyond me.

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      • Biggus Rickus

        It’s not a long list. By production, Murray and Zeier are better, and by raw talent, Stafford is. Beyond that, you have to go back to who, Fran Tarkenton? As a college QB, I think Fromm is probably better than Zeier and Stafford. It’s a shame Murray wasn’t on more complete teams..

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        • Gaskilldawg

          Johnny Rauch finished his Georgia career as the NCAA career passing yardage leader. Zeke Bratkowski broke Rauch’s record and finished HIS UGA career as the NCAA career yardage leader. Tarkington retired from the NFL as the NFL career leader in completions, yards and TDs. Zeier was the SEC career yardage leader after 1994. Greene finished as the SEC yardage leader. Aaron Murray broke Greene’s records. UGA has had some very, very good passing QBs in its history.

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          • Biggus Rickkus

            I can’t believe I left Greene off the list, though I don’t think he was as good as the guys I listed. I don’t consider ’40s and ’50s QBs as particularly relevant.

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            • Gaskilldawg

              Tony did not say “best quarterback since 1960 to wear a Georgia uniform “ he said “ever.” The 1940s and 1950s guys played during the “ever” era.”

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              • Biggus Rickus

                So fucking what? QB isn’t remotely the same as it was then. But if you want me to say it, Fromm is better than Johnny Rauch and Zeke Fucking Bratkowski.

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                • Gaskilldawg

                  I am not arguing with you as to who is better. I was pointing out that the list of very effective Georgia Bulldog passing quarterbacks is longer than some think.

                  I don’t give a fuck whether you rate Fromm higher or lower. Jesus Fucking Christ, you act as if I tried to slap your wife.

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                  • Biggus Rickus

                    Sorry about that. I was irritated for obvious reasons and needlessly snapped over the quibble. Though if you really wanted to quibble, you could argue that Frank Sinkwich was effectively a QB and deserves mention. I just don’t think any of the pre-modern era guys are particularly relevant to discussing Fromm’s rating on Georgia’s list of QBs.

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      • Anonymous

        A large portion of the fan base really really likes the fact that Fromm is a Protestant Redneck from Georgia. It is the same part of the fanbase that wanted Hutson Mason to start over Aaron Murray, a Catholic Floridian Jew.

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        • Pirate

          Jake Fromm isn’t a redneck. Look in the mirror

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          • Anonymous

            I don’t mean redneck as an insult. It is a term with which that part of the fanbase would identify. I mean that is the sense of liking hunting and fishing (activities that I too enjoy), dipping Copenhagen, and driving a pickup. They think Fromm is better than David Greene because Fromm represents their image of “Georgia” whereas Greene represents Suburban Atlanta. They see Greene as the kind of guy that probably drives a BMW instead of F150. This is also the segment of the fanbase that really liked Pruitt.

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    • roswell dawg

      Well said. We had that guy open underneath on the left and no one was within 10 yards. Fromm was stuck on the right side and never looked and he threw it into two deep coverage. That was smart.

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  11. Derek

    What happened to going up to the line, diagnosing and executing like we did last week?

    Didn’t look like the same offense. At all.

    USC tried to give us that thing to us time after time and we couldn’t take it.

    Oh well. Meaningless in the broad scheme of things. We knew when the season started we had to get to Atlanta with one loss or less.

    We know overconfidence won’t be an issue anymore.

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  12. I saw a team that believed they were entitled to #3 and a coaching staff that seemingly prepared for the game with only one option, run into the backs of the linemen or throw a 15-20 yard pass, into double coverage and hope. Defense kept us in the game and Fromm looked like he forced almost every throw or threw and hoped. We had no answers on offense for anything. “impose your will”….

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  13. J.M.

    Kirby continues to make completely ludicrous decisions in key moments. Not even giving Blankenship a chance to attempt the game-winning field goal was coaching malpractice. Maybe Rodrigo would have choked in that spot, too, but it’s a lot less pressure kicking with the game tied than it is trying to keep the game alive.

    I love Kirby, but god, he has to get better in these situations. His game management at the end of regulation may not have been as horrific as the fake-punt call against Bama, but it’s in that ballpark.

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  14. TN Dawg

    Bed status:

    Shit X
    Not Shit

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  15. Hogbody Spradlin

    Whatizname offensive coordinator is, or could be, Kirby’s Willie.

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  16. The Old Jeffster

    Dawgs incredibly stubborn regarding the running attack. 51 pass attempts from From should indicate an attack opposite of “manball” but it showcased how often UGA got stuffed on 1st and/or 2nd down and passed because they had to. Dawgs clearly can’t shift gears to uptempo on a whim. Not sure where this offense goes from here against better defensive units.

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  17. But…but…advanced stats! The stats were in Georgia’s favor except for turnovers! Cant quantify “Clemsoning”…or should we say “Bulldawging”, can you? Just did it today. Makes all those advanced stats wash away like castles on the beach.

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  18. Derek

    I look forward to reading how we don’t have to run the ball well and we could just chuck it around like Alabama but without Tua or those 4 receivers. Genius analysis.

    There’s 8 million a year out there for you guys if you get into coachin’!

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    • Will (The other one)

      Based off recruiting rankings, there’s no reason we shouldn’t be capable.
      Burrow and LSU went from spotty at best to putting up Tua-level numbers in one off-season with the addition of a new pass game coordinator.

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  19. Scorpio Jones, III

    At team that lost to Georgia fucking State took us to the wire….did that not give anybody a hint?

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  20. And don’t forget this nugget as more proof to me that this loss was on the Coaches.. USCe didn’t score a point from 1:58 of the first quarter until OT. On the coaches…believe dat!

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  21. dawgfan1995

    I just don’t know why we go away from tempo when it works so well. Do it again till they can stop it.

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    • Will (The other one)

      They only went to it for one drive and didn’t go back after a fumble (even though it was working.) I could understand going slow at first on the 96 yd drive, but after the 2nd 1st down it felt like “we’re going to tie and hopefully go to OT” was the plan. Not “run 2 minute offense, score, stop Sakerlina again because they’re on their 3rd string QB and then win”

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  22. D as in Dawg

    Fromm can’t carry this team. So overrated. He’s Kirby’s manball manager. Except our manball offensive line is junk and Fromm has an incredibly limited skill set. This team loses 4 this year and goes back into obscurity. Just hope all the happy stats talk will go away now. USC’s third string QB got them in easy FG range. Not so with our manball manager.

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  23. Skeptic Dawg

    Sure, Fromm had a bad day. Yes, our WR’s can not create separation. Was there poor play calling? Heck yes. The major takeaway today, and what should really concern us, is that we lost the battle up front in both sides of the ball. Our OL was pushed around and our DL had very little push. This is a frightening thought given what lies ahead.

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    • D as in Dawg

      But what do the advanced stats say? That’s the question.

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    • Biggus Rickus

      The defensive line was fine. The offensive line looked like they didn’t know who to block half the time. Hill especially seems to have trouble figuring out his responsibility with stunts and what not up front. Those things are theoretically fixable, though. It’s not like they were physically whipped.

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  24. JoeDawg

    Goddamn, fuck all of y’all with the “Coley this and Fromm that” bullshit. This loss is on Kirby and no one else. We have to be ready every fucking week and all we’ve been doing so far is to out talent every team that we’ve played up to this point. Kirby is nothing more than a better recruiting Mark Richt and that shit does not make a winning SEC team nowadays. This shit is unac-fucking-ceptible! Back the Brinks truck up to David Shaw’s front door & tell him that he needs to whip it out in the best league in the country.

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    • Biggus Rickkus

      He hired Coley and fought to keep him on staff, so yeah, that’s his fault. David Shaw, though? Seriously? He hasn’t won more than nine games since 2016 and is currently 3-3 with an awful offense.

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      • JoeDawg

        Exactly! DAVID SHAW! He essentially coaches the Vandy of the PAC-12 and wins 9 games a year. Bring his ass to the Holy Land of recruiting and let him show us what he’s got! Kirby is a goddamn joke—no adjustments until halftime, not letting Jake run the offense, “manball”, “ impose our will”. What a bunch of bullshit—I’m so sick of hearing his crap! He just got outcoached by Will Fucking Muschamp! If CMR had been given the support that Kirby has been given, we’d be in the EXACT same spot! We’re no better with Kirby, you fools—he’s just been given the cash that CMR was denied and has essentially done less with it.

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        • Biggus Rickus

          And it’s just that simple! You just hire a guy who does okay at a bad program, and he magically wins even more games at the better program! That’s never, ever failed before! You definitely want to run off a guy who has had back-to-back 11-1 seasons after a bad loss. That’s what success is made of.

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          • JoeDawg

            Hell, forget about who I want for a minute. Kirby hasn’t done anything since he’s been here. All that extra money from the people that were pissed off at CMR is what has. We’ve been bitching about it since Tenn last week. “These slow starts are gonna cost us against a better team”. Well, this week it cost us against a much less talented team that wanted it more. We haven’t outcoached a single team since Kirby has been here. We have out-talented every single team we’ve beaten. Kirby got outcoached today by—say it with me—WILL FUCKING MUSCHAMP. Where the fuck was Brian Herrien this week? Where the fuck are our tight ends EVER?

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    • playmakers in space

      lololololol David Shaw wut

      Stanford has gone 9-5 and 9-4 the last two seasons, and is 3-3 this season.

      Back it up!

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      • JoeDawg

        If you’ll actually read my response, I did just back up my argument. Meanwhile, you just have “wut” as a response. GTFOH, mouthbreather.

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        • playmakers in space

          Right, you want to hire a west coast guy with absolutely no connection to the southeast, who has never shown any indication he would want to coach here, who has no experience coaching in the SEC and no head coaching experience at any major college football power, who has been trending downward in record for several seasons in a row to replace a guy who’s had us winning nearly 80% of his games since he’s been here.

          Makes a ton of sense and seems very well thought-out.

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  25. Bill Glennon

    So, I’m sensing a pattern here. Kirby has 1-2 games a year where his team just completely implodes and defecates on itself. Also, he can’t beat Bama late.

    2016–Nichols State, Ole Miss
    2017–Auburn
    2018–LSU, TX
    2019–South Carolina, ????

    The more he coaches, the more he looks like Mark Richt with better players

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    • J.M.

      This game feels eerily similar to the Tennessee loss in ‘04. Second week of October, undefeated record, no. 3 national ranking, playing a double-digit underdog at home, and we just completely shit the bed.

      That was Richt’s fourth year in Athens; this is also Kirby’s fourth year at UGA. Much has been made about how similar Kirby’s start has been to Richt’s. Many people point to that UT game as the moment when a glorious era of Georgia football began to jump the shark. I hope we don’t look back at this game years from now as a similar canary in the coal mine.

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      • Will (The other one)

        If only though. That game was a week after a great revenge game against Saban’s LSU, and that UT team, iffy as it was, went on to win the SEC East. Anyone think Sakerlina is going to Atlanta this year?

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      • Biggus Rickus

        That Tennessee team was better than this South Carolina team. That said, I think Smart is more likely to quickly address issues. The question is whether or not he thinks Coley is one. I certainly do.

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      • Bill Glennon

        I was thinking the same thing. Freshman QB Ainge. We had just rolled Saban and LSU. Thought Kirby was different.

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  26. Morris Day

    Win every game in front of you…

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  27. Cash

    Terrible offensive play calling. Defense got zero pressure. Our DBs are soft. They were in their 3rd sting QB. Cannot cover a running QB and set the corners or middle. Cannot run the ball. Cannot pass other that he down and out.

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    • Biggus Rickus

      The defense gave up 3.9 yards per carry, and South Carolina had two scoring drives in regulation, one of them 30 yards. The defense deserves almost none of the blame for today.

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    • The defense gave up fewer points and under 300 yards today. That side of the ball was not the problem.

      Our offense chewed up yards and time of possession just to turn the damn ball over.

      We didn’t gain a yard in overtime. This game was all on the offense and the guys in Georgia polos on the sidelines.

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      • roswell dawg

        Manball works if your OL is exercising manhood. Ours didn’t. I am sick and tired of hearing how great they are when they can’t punch a good team in the mouth. It’s one thing to beat some FCS team by 35 and manhandle them. Its another to beat an SEC opponent. And its embarrassing to have your rear end handed to you by a team who is far inferior to you in the talent arena. So, forget talking about how good these guys are. They are overrated, arrogant and ineffective.

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  28. It’s beyond frustrating.

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  29. No lead blocker, no pulling linemen, no toss sweep. Just straight manball up the middle into a loaded box while your center is getting demolished. It’s 2016 all over again.

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  30. Will (The other one)

    The one plus is Colo. ST is 2-5 with some tough games left, so maybe we can replace Coley with Bobo this offseason.

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    • Erskine

      I have said the same thing. Thanks for posting this.
      Senators post earlier in the week talked about Kirby’s desire for more explosive plays is just more pressure on an unseasoned play caller. We took shots down the field today that were just for the sake of doing so and wasted a down(s), we have been in more 3&5+ situation already this season than I can remember. And with our short yardage failures there is something that is not clicking. A five star studded O Line should be getting a push but it does not.

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  31. Mary Kate Danaher

    I hate sports.

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  32. Turd Ferguson

    I know it became downright comical around here to bitch about Bobo and Chaney, but seriously … James Coley is a terrible OC.

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  33. ASEF

    Manball worked today. And this is the problem with manball.

    Your defense gave up 10 points in regulation and you lost. With an offense loaded with as many recruiting stars as Alabama and Clemson and Ohio State.

    Manball owned the clock. Manball owned the yards. Manball owned the 1st downs. Manball owned the play count.

    Only thing manball did not own was the scoreboard.

    Kirby will write this off as a turnover fluke game, though.

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    • Biggus Rickus

      it kind of is a turnover fluke game, but the lack of big plays became a glaring issue due to those turnovers today. I assume he recognizes that as a problem.

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    • Jared S.

      This^^^^

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    • Skeptic Dawg

      ASEF, you posted something a week or so ago that caught my attention and I was thinking about it today. You said, and I am paraphrasing, that win championships a must be lucky and a coach must prepare a game plan fits the personnel he has on hand. I thought we hand the luck part today with the USC missed FG, but Coley and Kirby did not devise a game plan that allowed our talent to excel today. This is an area I believe has hampered, and continues to hold Kirby back from being a great coach.

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  34. Cynical Dawg

    It looked like Ray Goff was coaching against Jim Donnan. This was the Dumb Bowl.

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  35. Pirate

    I have said this before. Ugh runs the wrong offense. In football today you must run a spread rpo offense with a qb that is at least a threat to run I truly believe if Fromm pulls it and runs in 5 times we win the game. Offense is allowed to block 3 yards down the fields. The last time ga southern played Florida in 2013. They had 425 rushing and did not complete a single pass .ga southern did not have one player in 22 maybe 44 who could have played for the gators yet they win the game. Kirby not going for that field goal at the end of regulation is the second worst call I have seen in 45 years of football only one worse was 4th and Kirby Dumb when fields did fake punt. This guy can coach D and recruit he also makes good half time adjustments. But his time management ( lets Carolina burn 6 seconds off the clock before calling time out at the end when we stopped em is awful. He also called to to let Carolina get set up to call a play on forth and one. He chokes and his team senses it . The only thing that kept us in the game vs a true freshman 3rd string qb were the refs. I had a gal ask me today why do they hit number 7 with 3 guys at the line every time when number 11 could run around the end if he would fake it. I said we are afraid to get the QB hurt. She responded why do they let their QB run . I said call Kirby Dumb if u have his number. Face it our coach chokes under pressure and when number 11 leaves it ain’t gonna be pretty.

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    • TN Dawg

      Accurate.

      Time and time again, Kirby chokes under pressure. He runs around waving his hands frantically, hopping up and down in a panic. You can’t tell me that’s the demeanor of a game planner plotting his next chess move.

      The best thing that can happen for him at this point is for Fromm to leave early so he can blame next year’s failure on rebuilding.

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      • Cynical Dawg

        Exactly. That’s platoon leader behavior. If I had a company commander or battalion commander who behaved in combat as Kirby does in games, I’d relieve his ass on the spot.

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  36. I’m going to watch anything but college football the rest of the day now that I’m home.

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  37. Tim B

    Kept thinking about Quincy Carter’s 5 interception game against them this week. Wasn’t that in 99? Anyway, what a disaster.

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  38. more spinners

    Would Fromm had played the whole game if the Ole Miss QB had decided to come here?
    Our aligorithms say Coley and Pittman must go for the offense to become a threat.
    If Fromm goes down who will run Coley’s offense.
    Another QB comes of the bench and beats our ass.
    And defense genius KS has yet to figure it our after the third time.

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  39. JoeDawg

    Kirby has had the advantage of WAY more money in ALL aspects of the game over what CMR had. Money that CMR asked for and was denied by a self-serving AD and dumbass super donors. Kirby still shits the bed (not just loses-shits the bed) every single year in a game or two just like CMR did. Yr1–Vandy, among others; Yr2–Auburn, the whole 2nd half against Bama; Yr3–LSU, see Bama; Yr4–BoomMFer. I. AM. TIRED. OF. THE. BULLSHIT. We got rid of the best coach that UGa ever had-10 wins a season-and have not improved. “But we’ve lead Bama for 290-blah-blah plays out of 300. We’re so close.” STFU…WE STILL SHIT THE BED EVERY YEAR! I will say it again…Kirby just got outcoached by Will Fucking Muschamp. Let that sink in. Are you awake now? No? Oh well, I guess we still control our own destiny though. Really? Well, we sure did a shitty job of it today. And it’s ALL on Kirby.

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  40. BuffaloSpringfield

    5* hearts with the same dissent UGA took to the Sugar Bowl against Texas….. Hot Rod for Heisman, Fromm no interceptions LOL learn to appreciate the 5*’s that internally is a combustion. 8-3 Best

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  41. more spinners

    Will the AD make Muschamp pay for the damages to the hedges?
    Doubt it, as usual he went into the Dawgs locker room post game, and Smart to pony it up, after all it was on him and Coley.

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  42. Biggus Rickus

    Oh good. The people off their meds have shown up.

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  43. Corch Irvin Meyers New USC Trojans Corch (2020)

    JoeDawg. Joe.

    Lighten up, Francis.

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  44. ugafidelis

    SEC Shorts is going to have a field day with this one lol

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  45. roswell dawg

    Kirby does not have the intuition to call the right play or do the right thing in those key situations that end up making you a National Champion. He does know how to recruit great talent but that great talent will quit coming if we play bridesmaid again and again and again. Losing to an unranked team keeps us out of the four, regardless of what anyone else does. No one who plays in that rota will have lost to an unranked team. This is the worst loss in a decade, maybe longer. Mainly because of the expectations on this program now – expectations that were not legitimately present when CMR was coaching.

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  46. Did anyone else wonder why Cook didnt get more carries? He looked to be the smoothest back against SC’s defensive approach, his best run getting called back on a hold, but we didnt see him again since Kirbs decided to keep running right up the middle again afterwards.

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  47. Russ

    After mocking Florida’s off season and their lack of talent, I have zero confidence playing the team that’s playing in LSU tonight. It will take some serious man ball to win in Jax.

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  48. Uglydawg

    Trask looks like a Heisman candidate tonight against LSU…looking like a shoot out.
    And also..watching Alabama this evening..did you know that some teams run punts back and improve field position? Yeah…it really can happen.

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  49. Uglydawg'

    Trask is putting on a clinic. Kid is really something.

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  50. Mike Cooley

    I don’t know how but it looks like Sideshow Dan has bullshitted and talked his way into Florida somehow against all odds being pretty damn good. That is almost harder for me to stomach than the shit show we put on today. I thought LSU would be up three scores by now and thought there was no wayFlorida could stay in a track meet with them. But as I type this it is just after half time and Trask, who could t unseat Franks, completes pass after pass and LSU seems to have no idea what to do about it. I have listened to a coworker talk all season about how his mighty gators are back and somehow it is like they spoke the shit into happening. That never works for us. We always think this is the year and we end up with an inexplicable loss. Kirby needs the ditch this man ball shit immediately but he won’t. He will explain it away and stubbornly continue. He has been given everything he wanted in terms or resources he has recruited the athletes. There are no more excuses. I hate to say it but I’m starting to believe this is just the way it will always be.

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  51. Georgia’s big question coming into the season were their wideouts and their new OC. Kind of an odd one. We got 175 on the ground and still managed to throw it 51 times. Fromm had a rough day, but why can’t our wideouts get open against a fairly pedestrian secondary?

    We need someone to step up as a playmaker at WR. Also, quit giving the ball to Tyler Simmons in high leverage situations.

    Ultimately UGA has a very talented team, but we’re not an elite passing team and we’re not great at pressuring the QB either. UGA can still win the East and may still win the East, but they would have to improve a lot on both sides to be a legit playoff contender.

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  52. HiAltDawg

    Will one of you bitches and turds channel your Inner Munson and let me know what we’re gonna do now that we can’t wear red jerseys anymore?

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