A prescient “uh oh”

Right after the Dean pick-six, I turned to my friend and said, “I wonder if Danielson had a reaction to the throw before the interception”.

Why, yes, he did.

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  1. That was one of the worst decisions leading to a pick 6 I’ve ever seen an SEC quarterback make. Maybe the worst since the infamous Ginger Ninja comment about I saw he was covered and threw it anyway.

    The Handbags’ AR-15 was less lethal than a kid’s pop gun on Saturday.

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    • waltergeiger

      more like an AR1.5

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    • PTC DAWG

      MuLLLLen put him in that position. Should have taken a knee with the 3 point lead…

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    • stoopnagle

      I can’t believe he started a freshman against this defense. He should’ve kept doing what he was doing, took his L, then handed the kid the offense this week against the Gamecocks. Instead, he chose violence and now his promising frosh is broken mentally and physically.

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    • It was set up on their second drive, I believe. Ringo had a huge cushion and dropped deep as the receiver ran his curl. He closed on it and made the tackle just as the ball got there, but they got a first down.

      I said to the peeps at my table at Barney’s – we’re going to get a pick six in that… probably in the 3rd quarter.

      Came a little sooner than I expected. I don’t know if it was the same receiver, but it was to Richardson’s right both times, and we had off-coverage both times. Richardson’s delivery on it was just too slow, and maybe Ringo’s reaction was a bit behind. Dean didn’t suffer from that same problem.

      Damn fine play, boys!

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  2. Derek

    That had to be planned by Lanning, Schumann, CKS and/or Will in advance.

    No way a ILB disregards the double move possibility in that spot and breaks that hard on the ball. None.

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    • Danielson said he knew he had safety help over the top. He broke as soon as the ball left 15’s hand. It was picture perfect LB play.

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      • That was a LB that jumped that route, not a DB. That says it all to me.

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      • Derek

        and he had safety help over the top because the coaches said:

        “When they line up like that, line up soft like you’re giving a cushion, safety you slide over and be prepared for a double move. They’ll never expect the LB to break on the ball. Presnap it will look like an easy completion. If they run a stop and go, you’re beaten and badly, but the safety will clean it up.”

        I’ve seen teams put a rb vs a lb on the outside a bunch. Never seen the ILB squat on the route and bite that hard. Had to be pre-planned. Had to be.

        I don’t think 17 said, I’ve got help so I don’t think the coaches will mind if I get burnt here.

        Just look how he squats on the route. I just don’t believe that just happened. I think they set 15 up to fail there and it worked as planned.

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  3. Hogbody Spradlin

    That one felt like Malcolm Mitchell’s TD in 2012. Not quite as inspiring as Run Lindsey Run or Appleby’s Gonna Throw A Bomb, but close.

    On second thought, Malcolm Mitchell’s TD was better because of Uncle Vern’s call: “Needs a BLOCK, got it, TOUCHDOWN GEORGIA”, and Malcolm just bursting with excitement.

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  4. Cheer wino69

    Loved that “uh oh” too!

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  5. W Cobb Dawg

    A rare break from Danielson repeating ad nauseum how great a play caller Mullen is.

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    • moe pritchett

      This comment by Gary Douche is his way of saying,
      “That ain’t good coaching Danny boy.”

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    • jgshellnutt

      I kinda like the idea of Mullen being an incredible play caller, and that the lopsided results are because the dawgs are even more incredible.
      We whipped their tail even though he’s a great play caller, not because he is inept.

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  6. originaluglydawg

    Gary D. also poked fun at them for running that trick play double pass when they needed twenty or thirty yards.

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  7. Texas Dawg

    I couldn’t believe the Greatest Offensive Mind in College Football didn’t have him take a knee and just go in at half time and regroup. You just got rocked for 14 points and the chance of pushing it down the field and getting points (for yourself) with that little time on the clock were somewhere between slim and none. I guess his ego wouldn’t allow him to do the smart thing.

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    • I totally didn’t understand that. It was a tactical error that we would have rightfully raked Kirby over the coals over and the Handbags would have been talking about Kirby Dumb. They were getting the ball to start the 2nd half and could try to pick away at the lead as they did against Alabama.

      I’m guessing as soon as the ball left Richardson’s hand, 15 and Dopey/Goofy were both thinking, “OMG – what’s the hell was I thinking?” for different reasons. At least, Richardson tried to run down Dean.

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      • stoopnagle

        Yeah, Richardson showed more “want to” than Brendon Cox did. We predictably watched him quit on pursuit of Stet on one of our long runs. A lot of talk and not much action.

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        • RangerRuss

          Cox lollygagging was especially noticeable and satisfying. Glad he found a place to waste a roster spot. That shit doesn’t cut it a Georgia.

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          • Texas Dawg

            I remember the TURD faithful were crowing about how they had taken a 5 star from UGA when he transferred. Now they are seeing why Kirby really didn’t fight to keep him. He was undisciplined at UGA and is undisciplined now. It appears he is not really coachable. Talent w/o focus will only take you so far. They are saying the same things we were. He couldn’t set the edge if his life depended on it.

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  8. PTC DAWG

    That ended the game, thanks Dan.

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  9. stoopnagle

    Ha! We picked that up on our re-watch yesterday. It was chef’s kiss

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  10. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    First, when I read the post I thought it was a reference to JT, but then I realized it was Gary. This is why I like Gary: sure, he says a lot of Tony Barnhart stuff (and I think some of that may be scripted by the network) but he is watching the damn game. He did something similar on Zeus’ last touchdown and gave an accurate description of the blocking scheme. No TV guy is great, but he beats the pants off the ESPN guys. I am going to miss him.

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  11. Ole Dokes

    17 continuing to look & play a great deal like Roquan. Lateral speed, coverage, hitting & leadership…Nakobe is really coming into his own.

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  12. practicaldawg

    AR-15 went from semi-automatic turnover machine to fully automatic at the end of the half

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  13. Dawg19

    This may have been mentioned elsewhere, but did anyone else notice that White’s last touchdown run was very similar to Swift’s game-clinching touchdown run against Florida in 2018? (goto the 4:31 mark)

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  14. I know a lot of people here don’t like Gary Danielson but I think he’s a smart commentator (former QB) who usually knows his stuff.

    Great call here by him and good analysis afterward.

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