Obvious extracirriculars taking pAYce are obvious.
fair point that
Obvious extracirriculars taking pAYce are obvious.
Lol I like how the wr couldn't have made the catch but tackles him anyways.
Smartest penalty to take in all of college football
True. But that ball was overthrown he wasn't going to catch it. I guess it's easier for me to see than a kid running full speed with a helmet on impairing his vision.
is he a nick saban slappy or what?
God danielson is annoying. WHOA WHAT AN SEC THING!!
8====D~ ~ ~ ~~SEC~~~
Obvious run up the middle is obvious and embarrassing.
I mean does anyone believe Notre Dame can beat either of these teams? BTW, if Alabama loses does it affect us going to the Capital One Bowl?
I believe they can. While I don't think they will be favored against either to say that they can't win is fairly absurd. If Alabama makes it through, I think ND's front 7 against Bama's run game will be a good matchup, and McCarron has not looked very good lately.
I really don't think either of these teams are that much better than ND. I don't think there would be much scoring, but as long as ND didn't turn the ball over the game should be close. Too many people are overrating the dominance of the SEC this year. ND has a better resume than either of these teams. Having said that I hope Georgia pounds them.
I dislike the SEC banter as much as anyone, but look how many teams they have in the top 10...Bama, LSU, Georgia, FLA, SC, T A&M. The only team I think that can play with any of them is Oregon. I'd hazzard to guess outside of Oregon the SEC has the top 5 teams all in their conference. Granted, the top team, Alabama, is not as good as last year, but they are all really strong teams.
Vegas does and they generally now what they are doing.
Really? Prepared to be shocked when watching the NC game.
Just like people should have prepared to be shocked when watching ND's games against Stanford and Oklahoma?
You can't compare Ok or Stanford to Alabama Oklahoma has spent the past few weeks barely beating average teams. Landry Jones implodes every time he is in a big game. Stanford does not have anything comparable to Lacey and Yeldon and somehow lost to Washington.
that means Georgia plays ND in the National Championship, which could mean 2 things:
1) ND has a better chance of winning a national championship (I think they'd match up better with UGA than Bama)
2) If Georgia wins the national championship, does that mean Ohio has a better chance of winning the AP national championship (not as much prestige with UGA)?
*Also, does that mean we play Bama in the Capitol One Bowl? Gulp.
God I hope not
Ohio will not win the AP national title. They have no conference championship game, no bowl game, and would not be able to compete with Alabama, Notre Dame or Georgia. I think there are quite a few other teams, like Oregon and Stanford, that would wipe the floor with them.
Ohio winning an AP title this year would be a disgrace to college football.
I think this will end up being the defacto National Championship Game.
Hey ND, the NCG won't be you guys playing an over rated WVU team led by Major Harris at QB, true story.
...a name I haven't heard since one of the last times I heard something about the CFL. His PARENTS advised him to leave after his junior year. Bless his heart...I hope he's not in jail as of this writing,
Why would he be in jail?
I hope this is our offense in 2014, or next year, whatever. But 2014 would be nice, too. Either way, manball is looming on the horizon.
I sure hope so. Their line + Lacey = dominant
Who is the featured RB?
Richt is a good man, and a GREAT recruiter who runs a categorically clean program (Fulmer Cup standings aside). He is a terrible game-day coach. He is the Lloyd Carr of the ESS EEE SEE.
Georgia at times looks dominant and then at times they look very average like when they got destroyed by South Carolina.
This is Georgia. They always have great talent and look dominant at times. They also typically get gashed and end up losing to well disaplined teams.
Ok I am rethinking the strength of the Georgia D.
wow just pure manball at its finest.
If this is the Borges offense with a damn good o line I think I'll be okay with it.
fucking drive by Bama here, they're already in position to tie or take the lead.
Man, I can't wait till we're able to run the ball like that
are half as good as Bama's o-line
make ingram's heisman campaign the least impressive one i can ever remember. i'd take richardson, lacy, and yeldon over him (and by me i mean the manball gods)
Really hope to see our running game look something like this in a few years
Ladies and gentleman.....
MANBALL at its finest.
This is awesome.
if you had to choose btw what Oregon, Ok St , etc typically runs and what Alabama just did on offense... which would you prefer?
Bama ala UofM in the 80's and 90's.
unless we're behind, in which case we have an entire 11-man group of players who can run the oregon spread n shred
What Bama just did. It takes its toll on a defense, which will become very evident when ND plays one of these two. They simply don't have the depth to hang with them
I must say that I love what Bama can do and I like that we are heading that way to a degree, I really believe that starting next season we will start seeing us look like what we did in the 3 games before ohio where we over thought it and didn't take advantage of a beatable team.
I want Manball capabilities but I want to be able to do different things because of talent and scheme, yes, I'm greedy like that.
Better question is can we even run run the kind of offense Bama runs as successfully considering the lack of oversigning and less talent rich area that Bama has.
No, it closer to a combination of Boise and Stanford. Ala San Fran off...multiple and gadget. I would say Hoke would prefer that style vs Borges philosophy.
Would I love to have a dominate power run game? In my epinion, hell yes! I disagree with Brian and many other posters. The best defense is a dominate run and time consuming offense. Both UGA and Bama are showing the world what's the best football in CFB. Great game!
In the ideal scenario (key word being ideal), this will be what our offense looks like going forward. Hoke wants a mammoth O-Line, and big, bruising running backs to tote the rock 20-30 snaps/game.
I don't think it will happen next year, even if we get Derrick Green, but as our O-Line begins to mature going forward, and as we begin to build depth, I can see Michigan having a similar offensive system. I think 2014 is when everything will really start to click. Not to mention that by that point, Mattison should have fully installed his defensive death machine.
But, as you pointed out, this is contingent upon Borges' competence going forward. I have faith that he can get the job done. For now.
Can our band and baton twirlers look that good as well?
If you are a fairly one dimensional run team.. when that isnt happening or your down by more than 2 scores you start to run out of options. That being said, its a ton of fun to watch when your dominating someone by running right at them
I can't believe anyone here thought we could compete with Georgia