Georgia closed the effing deal.
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Wow, you’re quick, Senator!
We were down 4 of our top-5 WRs.
We were down our top-2 TEs.
We lost BOTH our starting guards during the game.
I’ll forgive Monken and Kirby for the kirbyball gameplan with almost every throw being short and to the sidelines (I think I counted one, maybe two throws over the middle?).
We were walking wounded against a legit top-3 defense in CFB (Us and Bama are the others in that triumvirate) and came away with the win. No complaints from me about the offense. This week.
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And there are supposed Dawgs already on social media complaining about the offense – Dear Lord…
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It’s great to be a Georgia Bulldog!! Living in Upstate SC.
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Same here. I’m a Dawg living in Greenville. I may waltz into work on Tuesday wearing red face paint.
Enjoy it! I have a few friends who are Clemson fans. They have heard from me. 😉
Anyone else just left completely exhausted and drained watching that game?
Also, any Dawg out there who didn’t think, “I’ve seen this shit before,” and having massive 2017 Natty Flashbacks when Clemson got the ball and started driving with 7 minutes left is a liar.
Man… I’m gonna sleep well tonight!
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Wow I had flashbacks for sure. Old fashioned slobber nocking.
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That was a damn Vince Dooley special and on his 89th birthday. Defense, field position and just do enough to win the damn game.
But damn I can’t think of a win as a dawg fan where we got that little help from the offense. I’ll take it tho.
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In the end, it’s either a W or L, no explanations. I’ll take that W no matter the path it took! GYFD!
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Color me surprised.
Our defense played lights out…was so proud to see those boys dominate like that…once we heal up at receiver, this is going to be a powerhouse team…Go Dawgs
When we went 3 and out on the first possession of the 4th quarter, it was hard to ignore the demons, but somehow we held on. A defensive performance for the ages.
The fan energy coming down the ramps in the stadium after the game was the most intense I can remember. There was a lot of pent up emotion released after this one.
Yep. The energy of the crowd leaving BoA was great. Not a lot of trash talking … just happiness for the win.
No complaints from me . We beat the sit out of Clemson. We won’t lose any giving up 3 points per game.
I’d love to hear a conversation between Erk and Munson about the defensive performance last night.
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I will NEVER be unhappy about beating the number 3 team in the country away from Athens. The whole point about the type of offense or defense a team runs is to end the game with more points than the other team. We celebrated in the locker room and Clemson didn’t. I celebrated in my den aftervthecgame and Clemson fans didn’t celebrate in theirs. Great night, great game, great result.
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I think our offense struggled because of the C U defense and our injury list. That said, on the last drive Clemson, me, my wife, and everyone watching knew uga was gonna run the ball to kill clock. And Clemson could not stop them if they’d had 6 timeouts left. Kirby is probably still sporting wood from asserting his will.
Damn right. I am still recovering from 1/5th bourbon and that man ball win. I drank 5 16oz water bottles today and one 16oz body armor, haven’t pissed yet. Can’t take many of those. Next one is the SECC game.
Brother, I still have the hair of the Dawg…hangovers don’t subside like they used to
Kirby learned from Saban this fact. To be a good running team you have to be able to run for first downs when the other team is certain you are trying to do so and unable to stop you. That describes Georgia’s last possession.
Much has been made of Clemson not scoring in the first half for the first time in 143 games. But, how many games has it been since Clemson was denied a TD for the entire game?
Georgia Tech 28, Clemson 6.
That game had to be great for recruiting. Especially for some young D hopefuls.
“We weren’t elite this game,” said Georgia linebacker Nolan Smith -- The Athletic, 12/4/21
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