October 2011

Georgia's O.L. Wins in the Trenches vs. UF

Georgia's offense was anything but excellent in the game against Florida, however, you could definitely tell late in the game that something had turned on for Georgia's offense. Was it Richard Samuel's 5-star ability showing out? Was it the brilliance of Mike Bobo finally showing up? Actually, Socrates over at the LeatherHelmetBlog.com suggests that it was actually Georgia's dominate offensive line play that helped seal the win against Florida. Here is a little bit from the article:

Young Dawgs Look to Get Playing Time vs. NMSU

Ray Drew looks to get some PT

This weekend's game against New Mexico State comes at a great time in the season. Although NMSU won't be a Coastal Carolina - it should give Georgia a chance to get healthy for their game against Auburn and get some more playing time for some of the young pups. 

We already know Georgia will more than likely be without Malcolm Mitchell and Richard Samuel this weekend. Therefore, the opportunity is there for some of our young guys to get in and get some meaningful snaps. Here are some of the guys I want to see get a good bit of playing time this weekend:

Todd Grantham Review - Improvement Leads to Top Defense

Grantham leads one of the nation's best

All season long, we've seen the continuing progression of Todd Grantham's defense. Throughout this entire season, we've remained objective about Georgia's defense. The biggest things I have continued to say is that Todd Grantham needed a signature win. Saturday night, Grantham and the Dawgs got that win.

Georgia vs. Florida Recap - Mixing the Good & the Bad

Samuel's TD was a Big Moment!

I don't know if it is getting back to work on a Monday and trying to catch up or still flying high from the win in Jacksonville, but, man, has today been a crazy morning. Posting may be light today, but we'll get into the nitty gritty of Georgia-Florida and the Dawgs' homecoming match-up against New Mexico State this week.

Georgia vs. Florida Recap - Sweet, Sweet Victory

Good morning, Dawg fans! I hope everyone was safe last night but enjoyed the victory! 

Hey, it wasn't pretty and there are a lot of things we need to work on, BUT, we WON!!!! Against Florida, in Jacksonville, I will take it any day of the week! All that matters in this game is who gets the "W." We will have all week and next week to work on and get our problems fixed... today, however, we will enjoy this victory.

I don't have to check out until 12:00, so I'm just going to give you all some reading material for this morning:

Good Morning from Jacksonville - Gameday Updates

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It is a wet and wonderful morning here in Jacksonville, FL. The rain has arrived this morning, but is supposed to be out of here in the next hour or so - leaving up with sunny skies, a high of 70, and 10-20mph winds today - GREAT! Gotta love kicking next to the river in Jax!

Attention Gators: Aron White Will Eat You

Georgia vs. Florida Preview - Key Matchups

Georgia vs. Florida - 2011

I have just a ton of work to do before I head down to Jax today, so I'm going to do an abbreviated preview on some key match-ups from the top down as to how I feel like the game will unfold. For this preview, I am going to assume John Brantley is willing and able to play. If he is not, Georgia should win the game big - but, we'll see.

Head Coaches
Mark Richt (UGA) vs. Will Muschamp (UF)

SEC Expansion - SEC Digital Network LEAKS Missouri to SEC

SEC Leak - OutkicktheCoverage.com

The Southeastern Conference's Digital Network (SECSports.com) accidentally leaked that the University of Missouri will, in fact, be the 14th team to join the Southeastern Conference. The leak featured a press release, an information guide to the University of Missouri, a Missouri-SEC Connection release, a Missouri to the SEC Basketball Release, and an interview with Mr. CFB, Tony Barnhart.

Breaking Down Charlie Weis - Part 3 - The Play that Scares Me

So far, we have talked about two sets that Charlie Weis likes to use to build off of for his game plan vs. FAU. The last formation that we're going to look at is his use of the off-set I-formation. This formation, in my opinion, will give us the most trouble because we have seen it before (vs. South Carolina) and were exposed by it.