Murray is very mistake prone as several have posted in this thread. He doesn't impress me as a QB, I don't get what people see in him? Not only is he mistake prone, his best WR and 1 other WR are done for the year, the white guy? and Marlon Brown? I see it close early, but we win big in the end.....as long as we cram the football down their throats with Lacy and Yeldon
They will be uptempo to try to match what aTm did. That's the thing with doing what another team did against Alabama. I remember a team doing something similar last season, and crossed the 50 twice one going and one coming. (I know it was just once but they crossed it going backwards too, give them credit)
Georgia has a ton of talented players, but few outside of Jarvis Jones have lived up to expectations. Their freshmen runninbacks are very good but have struggled more in the second half of the season. One thing I think we might see is Murray running some. If you think he is strictly a pocket passer, then you are wrong. He can hurt you with his legs, not like Manziel can, but he is very athletic.
I just can't see their offensive line blocking us well enough to establish the run. If they do, we're in trouble.
If we keep it one dimensional, we put the onus on Murray and he's shown an inclination to panic. When he panics, he starts throwing high and wildly. It's happened enough in big games that I believe it's just part of his nature.
That said, they have extreme talent at the skill positions -- particularly on defense. We can't let Jones or Ogletree or Rambo beat us. We need to "Boise them" by effectively mixing up the run and throw. Too many 3rd and 8's and A.J. could become the next logo on the Georgia Dome turf.
I hope the Dawgs look for some extra motivation by pulling out those black jerseys again!
they also have to deal with Tech this week, they will likely win, but tech can score a lot of points and they will have to hustle to deal with them.
Hail Mary, Full of Grace, Notre Dame in Second Place, with a made up girlfriend
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Mark Schlabach is picking Georgia, currently.