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One-dimensional Georgia offense is lucky it has Todd Gurley


Wish I knew how much of the general lack of passing game” to attribute to

1. Hutson Mason,
2. Lack of threats and
3. An apparent and undeniable emphasis on running as effectively as possible.

But Todd Gurley tho.

Originally posted on Junkyard Blawg:

Todd Gurley hurdles Tennessee defensive back Brian Randolph Saturday. (Brant Sanderlin / AJC)

Todd Gurley hurdles Tennessee defensive back Brian Randolph Saturday. (Brant Sanderlin / AJC)

It’s a good thing Todd Gurley has strong legs, because thanks to continued defensive problems against the pass and inferior quarterback play that made Georgia’s offense one-dimensional, the magnificent tailback had to carry his team to its squeaker victory over a young, modestly talented Tennessee team Saturday at Sanford Stadium.

The win but gave the Dogs five in a row over the Vols and evened the series at 21-21-2.

Gurley’s career-high 208 yards on 28 carries, resulting in two touchdowns (including one on a 51-yard run in the fourth quarter), was the most rushing yards by a Bulldog in a game since 1992, when Garrison Hearst tallied 246 versus Vanderbilt, and he was the first Georgia back to go over 200 yards since Verron Haynes went for 207 against Georgia Tech in 2001.

Gurley accounted for an…

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Georgia Football: Over/Under on Special Teams Mishaps and Other Stupid Bets for the Tennessee Game

On the most recent episode of the DudeYouPodcast, we made some bets over/under bets on the Georgia/Tennessee game.  Here’s what we came up with:

Bet Andrew Chad Jason
Justin Worley Passing yards: 240 Over Over Over
Jalen Hurd Rushing Yards: 70 Over Under Under
Marquez North Receiving Yards: 70 Over Under Over
Huston Mason Passing Yards: 140 Over Over Over
Todd Gurley Rushing Yards: 140 Over Under Under
Leading UGA Receiver Conley Bennett McKenzie
UGA Special Teams Point-Costing Plays: 1.5 Over Under Over



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A Case for Tennessee Upsetting Georgia and a Case for Georgia Winning by 40 – All from the Same Expert

Andrew Hall @DudeYouCrazy on Twitter), Jason Smith (@JasonIsASmith) and Chad Floyd (Chad_Floyd) pay homage to suspended ESPN media dude Bill Simmons by talking about Georgia football – just like he never does.  Join the team for this extensive preview of the Bulldogs’ upcoming matchup with Tennessee.  Interestingly enough, Jason makes a case for Tennessee winning AND a case for Tennessee losing by 40 points.



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Drunk Mark Richt and UGA Special Teams – A Match Made in Heaven

The Tweets say it best when I say nothing at all.  But yesterday Mark Richt Tweeted about the Dawg Walk being less than 24 hours away.  Unless Georgia was going into the stadium unusually early (a full day early), he was wrong.  The mythical special teams coach chimed in.


Drunj Richt is worse than Drunk Richt, I assume.


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Georgia Football: Surprising Unit Due for Breakout Performance against Tennessee

Consider the following:

  • Georgia’s secondary continues to improve.
  • Georgia’s defense—as a whole—continues to make sound in-game adjustments.
  • Tennessee QB Justin Worley ranks 87th in the nation in QB Rating.
  • Tennessee QB Justin Worley ranks 101st in the nation in yards per completion.
  • Tennessee QB Justin Worley is playing behind one of the least experience offensive lines int he country.
  • Tennessee QB Justin Worley has already been sacked more this year than he was all of last year.
  • Georgia has a capable pass rush.


My own jinxing aside, how does Georgia’s secondar not have a “breakout” game against Tennessee?  I wrote at length about this here, but I think something big might happen.



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