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|09-10-2017, 12:29 AM||#1 (permalink)|
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Post-Game Thoughts: Georgia
1. UGA was the better team
2. Our o-line is good, but not worthy of the accolades/praise/hype that they and HH get.
3. Play calling didn't help, but Wimbush looked like a first-time starter. No throw accuracy.
4. Mike McGlinchey had a good get-off on that last play, kick-stepped well, and STILL got beat. Ugh.
5. Defense held up, but worried it was just UGA's ****ty OL.
|09-10-2017, 12:31 AM||#3 (permalink)|
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Penalties kept this one competitive. Offense was hard to watch, really hard -- either Wimbush was being pursued, plays were being telegraphed or Wimbush was missing targets. I dread the rest of the season. Also, defense was great! Lots of players on D played really well (except turn your damned heads in the secondary!)
|09-10-2017, 12:32 AM||#4 (permalink)|
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Wimbush is not the guy. Chip Long is also not the guy.
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|09-10-2017, 12:33 AM||#5 (permalink)|
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Team overall played better than I expected.
Oline has some work to do, but GA was stacking the box. I would like to see a mix up of play-calling when that happens.
So proud of the D tonight. For a group that everyone said was terrible, they held the almighty rushing attack of Georgia to a minimal number.
We are a better football team than last year by far and that gives me hope.
|09-10-2017, 12:34 AM||#7 (permalink)|
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- Wimbush needs to learn to be a QB. Pre-snap read/adjustments are needed at this level. He checked down too quickly and too often due to pressure which brings us to...
- OL needs ot step up and bully people. We talk about hw great they are, but they have never shown their full potential.
- Way too slow on the running game. on that 3rd down wimbush made the correct read and needed to bulldoze ahead to get the 3 yards. Instead tried to go around. Dumb decision. But even Adams going to the line was dumb. They had guys stacked in the box. Nothing was going to open up for you by waiting.
- Passing game needed to be used way more, and you gotta be smarter about the routes you are calling. Way too predictable at times. Couple of drops. Need to clean that up.
- We are lucky they made a lot of mistakes. Otherwise the game would have been totally different.
- The late hit and the TD catch were questionable calls. I'll never get over them.
- Defense was impressive all the way around. Very proud of them. Last year UGA is scoring 60 on us. Considering all the possessions they had, you can't be upset with the defense.
- Finally, I have decided that I want Flutie to coach Boston College so we can beat his ass every year.
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