Metchie and Williams got nothin’ to say

Yeah, there is this.

You know what they say — shit happens in a rebuilding year.


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17 responses to “Metchie and Williams got nothin’ to say

  1. theotherdoug

    That sounds like a whole lot of fake juice.
    Bama lost because their offense only had 30 yards on the ground and their QB threw a pick six late in the game.
    Defense was fine.

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    • jcdawg83

      Their offense was gifted their only td of the game. Their Heisman winning qb (won because of piling up gaudy numbers against so so defenses) threw two very ugly ints, one a game sealing pick six. Their defense ran out of gas in the fourth quarter and gave up two tds, both scored by freshmen.

      Everyone who saw Bama play aTm, Arkansas, Auburn and us saw that the days of Bama being head and shoulders above the rest of the conference in talent are over The Bama fans saw this too and they are very concerned..

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    • D.N. Nation

      That said, UGA steamrolled Bama on the last offensive possession. Absolutely physically dominated the Tide.

      Saban went for finesse and sex appeal and slowly, ever so slowly, left his manball flank unguarded.

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  2. Hobnail_Boot

    They lost to aTm and nearly lost to Arkansas and damned Auburn.

    Do they also remember how to tackle? Losers.

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  3. jcdawg83

    I seem to recall quite a few “haven’t forgotten how last season ended” type statements over the last 40 years coming out of Athens. I also recall such statements not really amounting to much.

    I don’t think Bama is anywhere close to washed up and a “has been” but the loss to us certainly seems to have had a huge impact on their psyche. Their whining and excuse making is a far cry from Kirby’s “…Georgia’s not going anywhere…” statement after the 2018 loss in the championship game. Bama may be back as strong as ever this season but the talk coming out of their program sounds like they may have some concerns that they are not the powerhouse they thought they were.

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  4. spur21

    I think coaching turnover has possibly come home to roost. Throw in a little entitlement thoughts and this is what you get.

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  5. uga97

    Or perhaps the last 60 minutes.

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  6. timberridgedawg

    I didn’t realize Metchie and Williams were playing defense.

    Maybe Bama’s offense has been covering for a defense that has been slipping since Kirbs left.

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    • Matthew McKinney

      Think about this: IF Georgia wins it all again this year, Kirby will have as many titles as Saban since Kirby left Bama. And I think it’s just as likely as Bama winning it this year.

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  7. Ran A

    When Georgia moved Salyer to LG and put Jones at LT – the game begin to change and by the time they got to the 4th quarter, Georgia took over. Bama folks can talk all they want to; but they got ran over in the 4th quarter of that game. It was physically taken to them on both sides of the ball.

    Yes, they have a superb quarterback and have had some stud receivers year after year; but this physicality has dropped off, especially on their o-line.

    Make all the excuses they want; their back ups at WR and in the secondary were not ready and that all son their coaching staff – period.

    Georgia was the better team…. Get over it… And by the way, if they think this is a rebuilding year at Georgia – they are wrong… Dawgs don’t make excuses; they just line up and play..

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  8. Terry McCullers

    They’ll never admit it but in the 4 qtr. we turned it up a notch physically. They had no answer. Saban told Kirby on the field y’all kicked our ass in the 4th quarter

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  9. The Truth

    Sure they remember it. I’ve never forgotten a good ass-whupping.

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