I think we will be alright AS LONG AS PAT DYE DON'T DO THAT 'YOU AIN'T MAN ENOUGH' thingy.
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If Georgia comes to play, it will be a tough game.
I'm very nervous! I'm on the "first things first" train right now though.
As others have said Georgia has equal talent to us and if Murray is on we will have a fight to the end. The big thing I see for Bama is to get AJ on. The 3 and outs to start the game and then the third quarter 3 and outs lull we have had against LSU and A&M will make it tough and probably spell doom especially if Murray cranks it up. Got to control the clock and make first downs to keep Murray on the sidelines. He could have a bad day if our defense can get lots of pressure on him but if not, the best way to slow them down will be with our sustained offensive drives for scores.
We have to take shots down the field in the passing game to keep them honest but if they are able to stop our run game I don't see us winning. Its going to be who brings their A game, us or them. But first things first, beat the tar out of Auburn!!! ROLL TIDE ROLL!!!!
I've watched several Ga. games and agree that Murray tends to panic when pressured.
We need someone in Murray's back pocket the whole game...
When hurried, his throws do tend to be for 7' receivers... We need to put pressure on Murray.
Unlike a lot of people, I think it was Alabama that beat Alabama when we played TAMU.
We under performed in so many ways.
If we had continued to run the ball I think we would be undefeated.
I do look for Ga. to stack the box and try to stop our running game.
I do look for Ga. to try to play a quick up-tempo Offense...
I just don't think they can pull it off the whole game.
If we play our game, It's on to the BCS Championship...
Last edited by Ole Man Dan; November 19th, 2012 at 02:46 PM. Reason: spelling
I heard an interview with coach Ward from U.S.C., and he said that the only adjustments they made was to flex the defensive ends out. The scouting report was that the young Georgia running backs were making most of their yardage kicking it out wide. He said that they were not prepared and didn't find the running lanes inside.
I can't think ahead. My focus is on the Barn! One game at a time.
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