|Games like this makes Jack a dull boy|
And to get a pulse of the Dawg Nation, let's take an trip around the Dawgosphere:
- Naturally, we should start with the Senator. As always, he has some very keen insights. I agree that the issues with our O line may have played a role with Bobo's head-scratching 1st down call after the Swann interception. As he said - ups and downs - they did great at times and looked almost awful at others. Consistency. A very important thing, but Bluto really summed it up with this last night:
I can’t say for sure that the Gamecocks deserved the win, but Georgia sure as hell deserved to lose.Amen!
- I don't quite get over to Dawgsports like I used to, but I always enjoy reading the work of DavetheDawg and his reoccurring "15 Thoughts" segment. Good write-up and analysis, as always, and right on it with the "talent gap" we're seeing with our secondary. Help is on the way, but we've got to figure something out this year. Thought our D-line would have gotten more pressure, but as Dave and others have said, this will likely be the best O-line we see all year.
- Tyler's Sunday Morning Comes
- As some of you may know, I think Seth Emerson down at the Macon paper is by far the best UGA beat writer out there. He always can sum it right up. A sobering read but right on the money. Line of the article:
Instead, this is where we are now with this Georgia football team: Right back where we started. Big questions about the defense and the passing game.
Two games. One spectacular win, one discouraging loss, and no big questions answered yet.
That was a tough one. No doubt about it. Seems like SC always loses at least one or two down the stretch. If we can shore up our secondary and maybe throw the ball a little better, this team can win out. We can also repeat last year's mark of 8-4 very easily, though.
As always, it's a great day to be a Dawg!