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    Re: Bama vs UGA for SEC Championship

    We show up well in the Dome. We'll represent just as well as they do. This is very much the same team that was run by Boise St last season in the dome but I think they will be hungry. Hopefully our team is hungry for an SEC title of its own too. Will be a very tight game. RTR
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    Re: Bama vs UGA for SEC Championship

    Quote Originally Posted by runtheoption22 View Post
    let us hope.... and hope that we can put UWC away early...

    Back to UGA though....we will have to play base against them, which gave us fits against LSU. Despite some fatigue/mental issues against aTm, we are still better in nickel.
    Why do we have to play in base? By going nickel, we can go 3 safeties with HaHa, Nick, and Vinnie playing alongside Lester. That gives us the QB of the defense on the field.
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    Re: Bama vs UGA for SEC Championship

    Quote Originally Posted by theballguy View Post
    Hopefully our team is hungry for an SEC title of its own too. Will be a very tight game. RTR
    This is the whole concern for me. I've not seen a lot of hunger, fire, or intensity from Alabama in the last two weeks. Not a lot of flying around the football with reckless abandon, more just going through the motions. Considering we've won exactly one SEC title in the last 13 years (fewer than LSU, Florida, Georgia, and even Auburn), the Tide certainly ought to be hungry for another one, but they're going to have to show up, fight hard, and earn it.
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    Re: Bama vs UGA for SEC Championship

    Quote Originally Posted by RTR91 View Post
    Why do we have to play in base? By going nickel, we can go 3 safeties with HaHa, Nick, and Vinnie playing alongside Lester. That gives us the QB of the defense on the field.
    We don't stop the between the tackles run as well in nickel as we do in base. It keeps Nico and DePriest on the field. Against teams like LSU and UGA, you usually need the extra beef.

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    Re: Bama vs UGA for SEC Championship

    Two weeks ago I would have said we would beat UGA by 3 scores then reality came along. Teams with equal or better lines of scrimmage showed up on the schedule. Who so ever wins the trenches will most likely win the game and Georgia is in my opinion our equal in the trenches.

    Our defensive line was beaten as many or more times than not in the past 2 games and therefore the secondary got scorched. Our offensive line on paper should be the best in the land but I told my kids when Bama started 3 & out the first series against A&M that it was gonna be a tough game. Don't know whats going on there but either the team has lost their identity on offense or we weren't as good as we thought. Some have said it was play calling but if its in our playbook we should be able to execute it.

    Either way I expect Bama to take care of business the next 2 weeks and be better prepared for a tough physical team after having played the last 2. I predict a single score win for who ever shows up with a chip on their shoulder ready for war. Hope its our guys!

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    Re: Bama vs UGA for SEC Championship

    We have issues in both nickel and base though. In base, the ILBs used struggle when isolated on a back. In nickel, the 5th DB has struggled when isolated on a receiver.

    Do we consider using Mosley more in base because I would think that UGA will try to get their freshmen backs involved in the passing game against us? He gives up some size but maybe he will flourish by using his ability to get small and get around fullbacks and linemen to stop the run whereas many times against LSU the ILBs seemed to be running right to the fullback.

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    Re: Bama vs UGA for SEC Championship

    Quote Originally Posted by MOAN View Post
    Two weeks ago I would have said we would beat UGA by 3 scores then reality came along. Teams with equal or better lines of scrimmage showed up on the schedule. Who so ever wins the trenches will most likely win the game and Georgia is in my opinion our equal in the trenches.

    Our defensive line was beaten as many or more times than not in the past 2 games and therefore the secondary got scorched. Our offensive line on paper should be the best in the land but I told my kids when Bama started 3 & out the first series against A&M that it was gonna be a tough game. Don't know whats going on there but either the team has lost their identity on offense or we weren't as good as we thought. Some have said it was play calling but if its in our playbook we should be able to execute it.

    Either way I expect Bama to take care of business the next 2 weeks and be better prepared for a tough physical team after having played the last 2. I predict a single score win for who ever shows up with a chip on their shoulder ready for war. Hope its our guys!
    Are you implying that Jawjuh is a tough, physical team?
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    Re: Bama vs UGA for SEC Championship

    Quote Originally Posted by 92tide View Post
    Are you implying that Jawjuh is a tough, physical team?
    Right behind Bama in the polls and ahead of the 2 teams we just played the past 2 weeks.

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    Re: Bama vs UGA for SEC Championship

    I believe things will work out like last year and we get the SEC Championship to shove down Steve Spurriers throat.

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    Re: Bama vs UGA for SEC Championship

    Quote Originally Posted by MOAN View Post
    Right behind Bama in the polls and ahead of the 2 teams we just played the past 2 weeks.
    Love me some polls . Jawjuh will tell you themselves how tough they are (although I have heard a lot more rumbling than usual form the puppy faithful this year about richt and their soft play)

    They also played a laughable schedule. Consensus prior to the season was that they'd pull run the table til the sec championship game. They are talented for sure, but play soft and un disciplined. But their ausome win this past weekend shows they are peaking at the right time
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    Re: Bama vs UGA for SEC Championship

    Their two bad offensive performances were mainly caused by having no control over the line of scrimmage. Murray was running for his life often in both of those games. He completed 41% of his passes for 259 yards, 1 TD, 4 INTs against South Carolina and Florida. They won the Florida game in spite of 4 turnovers because they were still +2 in the turnover margin that game. Their previous loss to USC - the Michigan State bowl game - Murray had a good first half and completely went haywire in the second half. If you are going to beat UGA it involves bringing out the worse in Murray. He will throw balls up under pressure that everyone coaches the QB to throw away.

    That is the key for the defense. Play the run well on first down while holding up in man coverage on play actions, unleash the pressure on second and third down.

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    Re: Bama vs UGA for SEC Championship

    Quote Originally Posted by rgw View Post
    Their two bad offensive performances were mainly caused by having no control over the line of scrimmage. Murray was running for his life often in both of those games. He completed 41% of his passes for 259 yards, 1 TD, 4 INTs against South Carolina and Florida. They won the Florida game in spite of 4 turnovers because they were still +2 in the turnover margin that game. Their previous loss to USC - the Michigan State bowl game - Murray had a good first half and completely went haywire in the second half. If you are going to beat UGA it involves bringing out the worse in Murray. He will throw balls up under pressure that everyone coaches the QB to throw away.

    That is the key for the defense. Play the run well on first down while holding up in man coverage on play actions, unleash the pressure on second and third down.
    Iirc, Murray just about cost them the Tennessee game as well
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    Re: Bama vs UGA for SEC Championship

    Quote Originally Posted by rgw View Post
    Their two bad offensive performances were mainly caused by having no control over the line of scrimmage. Murray was running for his life often in both of those games. He completed 41% of his passes for 259 yards, 1 TD, 4 INTs against South Carolina and Florida. They won the Florida game in spite of 4 turnovers because they were still +2 in the turnover margin that game. Their previous loss to USC - the Michigan State bowl game - Murray had a good first half and completely went haywire in the second half. If you are going to beat UGA it involves bringing out the worse in Murray. He will throw balls up under pressure that everyone coaches the QB to throw away.

    That is the key for the defense. Play the run well on first down while holding up in man coverage on play actions, unleash the pressure on second and third down.
    Which boils down to how our defensive line plays. If Murray has no pressure then he will likely pick our secondary apart. And if our offensive line does not play up to snuff the three and outs will kill us.

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