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Posted: 10/2/2012 12:54:22 PM
Georgia getting +2.5 points, what a joke.  Georgia will win by at least 1 TD.  This Georgia team has 4-5 first round picks on its defense, which has admittedly been underpeforming. They will focus on Lattimore and make Shaw beat them, which he cannot do.  South Carolina is a decent team, solid D, but cannot keep up with Georgia.  I like Georgia to win, if they get ahead it could be a 2 TD victory.

I wish I could get my bet in now, this game will be a pick or Georgia -1 by kickoff, for good reason.  This is the best Georgia team I have seen in years.
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Posted: 10/2/2012 1:06:43 PM
time to hunker down dawgs
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Posted: 10/2/2012 1:11:32 PM

very impressed with the Dawgs , I think they get it done this week

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Posted: 10/2/2012 1:24:35 PM
I like Georgia too but I think they will be +3 by kickoff 
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Posted: 10/2/2012 3:08:36 PM
yep georgia has them at every position.. now excuse for georgia in this game... love georgia here
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Posted: 10/2/2012 3:29:07 PM
I have USC @ home in this one. They are hungry, and very talented. Don't sleep on Spurrier. He has his best team at USC yet, and this is his 'make or break' year.

USC has won the last two, and the three years prior to that, USC only lost by a combined 12 points.

USC's defense is actually miles ahead of UGA's. They fly to the ball, and are much more physical than UGA. They also have the best RB in the country in Lattimore.

Spurrier > Richt
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Posted: 10/2/2012 5:04:37 PM
Spurrier is better than Richt, that is a given.  USC´s defense in not miles ahead of UGA´s.  Give me Murray over Shaw all day.  

Do people really think this spread will get to a full +3?? I say it ends at a pick. 

Thanks for the input Treblecyde, eventhough I don´t agree! 
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Posted: 10/2/2012 6:31:57 PM

 In the last nine games that these teams have played, the team that rushed the ball better won 8 times (the only exception was in '09 when UGA beat SC 41-37 despite being outgained by a slim 114-107 margin).

 I believe that this is one trend that will continue this year and the 'Cocks have a big advantage imo in this area. Nobody has effectively run the ball against SC and they rank 4th nationally in yards per rush at 2.24 and as treblecyde pointed out are very physical. Meanwhile EVERYBODY has rushed for over 100 yards against UGA, even FAU (135) and Buffalo (199).

 The 'Dawgs seem to have playmakers at every defensive position and are capable of a "big play" at anytime, however stopping the run is something that they struggle with.

 Does anyone really think that Murray can save the day if the 'Dawgs can't run the ball ? I think that would make Clowney, Taylor and company unstoppable and Murray would spend saturday night either on his back or running for his life.

 I love watching the Bulldog offense (unless they're scoring on the Vols ) and think that there are very few teams that can slow them down. I feel that South Carolina is one of those teams that can, especially at Williams-Brice at night.

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Posted: 10/2/2012 7:01:15 PM
Well said 29,agree completely
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Posted: 10/2/2012 7:12:52 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by -29-:

 In the last nine games that these teams have played, the team that rushed the ball better won 8 times (the only exception was in '09 when UGA beat SC 41-37 despite being outgained by a slim 114-107 margin).

 I believe that this is one trend that will continue this year and the 'Cocks have a big advantage imo in this area. Nobody has effectively run the ball against SC and they rank 4th nationally in yards per rush at 2.24 and as treblecyde pointed out are very physical. Meanwhile EVERYBODY has rushed for over 100 yards against UGA, even FAU (135) and Buffalo (199).

 The 'Dawgs seem to have playmakers at every defensive position and are capable of a "big play" at anytime, however stopping the run is something that they struggle with.

 Does anyone really think that Murray can save the day if the 'Dawgs can't run the ball ? I think that would make Clowney, Taylor and company unstoppable and Murray would spend saturday night either on his back or running for his life.

 I love watching the Bulldog offense (unless they're scoring on the Vols ) and think that there are very few teams that can slow them down. I feel that South Carolina is one of those teams that can, especially at Williams-Brice at night.



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Posted: 10/2/2012 8:16:59 PM

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Posted: 10/2/2012 8:22:43 PM
29, what do you think of TT this week?   i read your bye week system on another post...

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Posted: 10/2/2012 8:52:33 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by leroyfrodus:

Well said 29,agree completely
Me too. 
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Posted: 10/2/2012 8:55:08 PM
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29, what do you think of TT this week? i read your bye week system on another post...

 

I am anxious to see what the TT defense looks like against a team with a pulse.

The bye system theory involving road favorites would historically favor the Red Raiders here. The Sooners have also lost three in a row in Lubbock. OU needs to find a way to score some points early (which they have struggled to do so far this year) in order to quiet the sure to be hostile crowd. There is no way that I would give 5.5 on the road here with OU, but I'm not ready to back the Red Raiders who are really an unknown quantity to me at this point. 

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Posted: 10/2/2012 8:59:24 PM
Getty glad to hear that you agree. The few times that I have disagreed with you on an SEC game, I ended up being wrong.
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Posted: 10/2/2012 10:03:02 PM
Pounding SC in this one.  Good luck with that public dog.

Anyone know Spurriers record against Georgia (both SC and FL days)?  Me either but I bet its good.
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Posted: 10/2/2012 10:40:45 PM
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Pounding SC in this one. Good luck with that public dog.

Anyone know Spurriers record against Georgia (both SC and FL days)? Me either but I bet its good.
 
 
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11-1 at Florida outscoring Georgia 438 - 199
3-4  at  South Carolina 137 - 150
4-4 against Richt 161 - 160
 
He has the last two by a combined score of 62-48.
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Posted: 10/3/2012 10:14:11 AM
Nice info -29-

I agree Georgia may have a tough time running on the amazing, physical D-line of South Carolina.  South Carolina will be fired up at home and 

Do you know Gurley is the leading rusher in the SEC & averages 8 yards per carry?  Can't say I trust Murray 100%, but he definitely has more talent, is more productive, and has more talent around him than Shaw.  This Georgia team is 1st in total offense in the SEC and 2nd in the nation with 48+ points per game.  Georgia's offense is light years ahead of South Carolina's.

Georgia's D is not as bad as advertised and will be playing their 2nd game at full strength (suspensions done).  4-5 first rounders.  Against Tennessee 3 of those TDs were due to their offenses miscues (pick 6, 2 fumbles).  They will not have to worry about a dangerous deep passing game like Tennessee's and focus on stopping Lattimore.  So if neither can establish the run, who do you trust more to make plays and put points on the board - Murray or Shaw?

Of course, all this analysis means nothing if Georgia is careless with the ball again.  I am taking Georgia in this one, have won 15 of 17, better offense, talented defense.
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Posted: 10/3/2012 10:19:19 AM
any time i back UGA in a big game it seems that they end up turning the ball over the Richt makes a few decisions where i'm just scratching my head.  (one example that comes to mind, settling for a 45+ yard field goal to beat MSU in the bowl game).   I don't trust him and I think they probably continue to turn the ball over. 
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Posted: 10/3/2012 10:43:17 AM
I know, they seem to do that.  Call me crazy, but I think this is the year they put it together.  In my analysis of the game, I feel Georgia is better than South Carolina.  Of course, all the analysis in the world goes out the door if Murray gets strip-sacked by Clowney and SC returns it for 6 on the first drive.  Turnovers are unpredictable...
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Posted: 10/3/2012 10:50:10 AM
i think red flags should be going up with this UGA team, they are due for a loss IMO...

- Let buffalo hang around
- Got outplayed for most of the game against Mizzou
- Gave up 44 to Tennessee
- Defense giving up 370 yards a game (they have played 1 team with what i call a good offense, way too many yards to be giving up)

just seems to me they are living dangerously... 


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Posted: 10/3/2012 11:24:41 AM

Really? Some of you guys act like Clowney and that D is dogshit? That usc d is no joke especially if taylor and clowney are getting to Murray. Willy Brice will be a madhouse saturday night for gameday. These cockhead fans will be all over the place raising hell. Murray and the dawgs are walking into a hornets nest.

This all coming from a clemson fan. I hate the cockheads.
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Posted: 10/3/2012 11:42:07 AM

Good points abizzo24 about UGA living dangerously but on the contrary you could say UGA is due to play a good game.  I think the defensive issues last week were from rambo and olgetree trying to overperform and do to much since they had just come back.  And yes Lattimore is a beast, but the combo of Marshall/Gurley isn't too shabby.  I see this as a statement game for UGA and them winning in convincing fashion solidifying themselves as a nationtal title contender...UGA 27 USC 10   

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Posted: 10/3/2012 11:57:16 AM
ScottRF, are you by chance a UGA fan?  just curious.

BOL. 

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Posted: 10/3/2012 12:05:15 PM

UGA wide receiver Bennett is out for the season after tearing ACL in Tuesday's practice.
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