Bama 867-314-44 72.6% On the field
2012 SEC CHAMPIONS
BACK TO BACK NATIONAL CHAMPIONS
We can not turn the ball over at all.
No3 & outs it's ok to have to punt but No 3 & outs.
I don't think all of a sudden we get a pass rush but I bet we see a LB with a pick & at least 2 more from DB's.
If we take a similar offensive plan to the one on API it may work fine.
GA will set a record for PF penaltitied trying to get in our heads.
Finally we did not get blown out by aTm except for Q1, we could have won that game.
Alabama wants this game bad soooooo...
AJ and the Bama Seniors take control early.
This years defense is still very good though, only giving up 9 points a game, take away the unique situation of defending A&M and their dual threat QB and nobody has put up any big points on us.
Best o-line in the nation, AJ and Cooper are looking fresh again, we can score on them.
Just a little back and forth between Bama fans here, we all want the same thing, hope i didn't come off like a jerk earlier, i didn't mean it to come out that way.
Not including FCS opponents,
Bama scores 10.9 points per game (39.9%) more than its opponents allow.
Georgia scores 9.5 points per game (34.0%) more than its opponents allow.
Bama allows 17.3 points per game (63.2%) less than its opponents have scored.
Georgia allows 7.3 points per game (29.0%) less than its opponents have scored.
Using Bama's FBS-only offensive/defensive percentages against UGA's FBS offensive/defensive averages, the final score would be Alabama 25, Georgia 14.
Using UGA's FBS-only offensive/defensive percentages against Bama's FBS offensive/defensive averages, the final score would be Alabama 27, Georgia 14.
The disparity gets even greater, particularly on defense,when you only consider the games against the two teams' five common opponents (Florida Atlantic, Mississippi, Missouri, Tennessee, and Auburn).
In those games...
Bama scores 9.6 points per game (30.1%) more than its opponents allow.
Georgia scores 12.6 points per game (39.5%) more than its opponents allow.
Bama allows 16.0 points per game (64.5%) less than its opponents have scored.
Georgia allows 6.0 points per game (24.3%) less than its opponents have scored.
Using Bama's offensive/defensive percentages against those five opponents against UGA's offensive/defensive averages against those five opponents, the final score would be Alabama 25, Georgia 16.
Using UGA's offensive/defensive percentages against those five opponents against Bama's offensive/defensive averages against those five opponents, the final score would be Alabama 32, Georgia 12.
No matter how you seem to look at this game statistically, on paper anyway, Bama has the edge. And all things considered, a score of around 28-14 looks reasonable. In my prediction (27-17), I nudged it a tad closer simply because I think both teams will come out playing it a bit closer to the vest due to what's at stake (a berth in the NCG). But, statistically anyway, all the trends are remarkably consistent, and decidedly in Bama's favor at around 28-14.
Just wait though... when the game's over with a final score of 49-3, I'll have to remember that that's why they play the game on the field instead of just gather together in a room full of calculators.
I feel it's going to be a great game with a late drive that seals the deal for the Dawgs.
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I just don't see Georgia getting more than 10 on our defense unless Aaron Murray gets hot. No hot QB ... you lose to Alabama.