The game was over as soon as the Georgia Bulldogs needed the helmet gimmick to get motivated.
Richt, once so intelligent, diligent, creative, and driven, seems to have run out of ideas.
Actually, the silly uniforms had nothing to do with this game. Turnovers and penalties characterized Georgia’s self-destruction.
“It’s not the helmet,” safety Reshad Jones said. “It’s what inside the helmet.”
However, I hope that we never see the black helmets ever again. What is so obvious is the stupidity and immaturity in putting emphasis on the uniforms instead of coaching and performance.
Even after a long bye week.
Georgia appeared to be mourning for their own funeral Saturday in Jacksonville. No tricks and no treats, at least for Bulldog Nation.
Similar to the demolition by Alabama in the 2008 season when the Bulldogs wore black jerseys, the silly gimmick of wearing black helmets and black pants, with white jerseys, did not overshadow the lack of self-discipline that produced several penalties and critical turnovers.
The black pants were okay, but the black helmets needed more red. If it wasn’t for the wide white stripe in the middle, the helmets would have looked liked bowling balls and similar to the helmets worn by the Atlanta Falcons.
Georgia would be better off wearing the Oregon Ducks uniforms for Halloween. To paraphrase Daffy Duck, UGA was “despicable!” Quack! Quack!
Being the last day of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Bulldogs could have decked out in pink.
Practicing self-control and self-discipline, executing plays, and emphasizing fundamentals rather than wearing black uniforms would have served the Bulldogs well today.
The mediocre Georgia Bulldogs (4-4, 3-3) lost for the third time in four games.
Breaking a record held by Herschel Walker, Tim Tebow accounted for four touchdowns. The obvious difference is that it took Tebow four years with an extra regular season game per season and a couple of SEC title games to break a record in which Walker accomplished in three seasons.
A.J. Jones had two huge interceptions and top-ranked Florida spooked and spanked Georgia 41-17 Saturday for its 17th win in the past 20 meetings between the SEC rivals.
Florida (8-0, 6-0) continued the nation's longest winning streak to 18 games and clinched at least a share of the SEC East title.
The Gators can secure a spot in the conference title game if Tennessee (in black jerseys) beats South Carolina Saturday night in Knoxville in the Halloween Bowl (just kidding, fans of Volunteers and Gamecocks).
Whatever Joe Cox had at Independence High in Charlotte, he’s lost at Georgia. Bench him for the season and start building for the 2010 season.
Please fire defensive coordinator Martinez. With an extra week to prepare, Willie Martinez seemed even more incompetent than usual.
Florida's offensive production in SEC play was matched only by a 41-7 win against Kentucky in Lexington.
Georgia has underachieved three times in the past four seasons.
Quote of the Day:
Nothing is too high for a man to reach, but he must climb with care and confidence.
--Hans Christian Andersen
|1 Peter 5:8-9 “Be self-controlled and alert. Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour. Resist him, standing firm in the faith, because you know that your brothers throughout the world are undergoing the same kind of sufferings.” |
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