SECual Healing: Chubb Return and Bigtime Dismissals


(Shouldn’t Lead with this Headline, but I Got My Morning Chubb)

Let’s get the important thing out of the way: Nick Chubb might be Jesus. Modern medicine has come a great ways as it relates to devastating knee injuries in sports, but Chubb’s was worse than those.

Since his training videos leaked in the spring, there’s been a sneaking, optimistic suspicion that Chubb was going to defy the odds and suit up in (!!!) less than a month against UNC. Seeing it actually happen and become a certainty? Amazing. And it gives Georgia a little more flexibility to start Jacob Eason with Chubb as a safety net.

Certainly, there’s still the issue of seeing how the knee holds up against contact, and the ‘yips’ of returning from a major injury.

15 carries for about 110 and two scores sounds about right.

Holy Dismissals

News broke around 6pm that Auburn had dismissed presumptive starting RB Jovon Robinson. Their depth chart is worse than a Chubb-and-Michel-less Georgia’s now, as Peyton Barber went pro early (that was news to me) and Roc Thomas transferred out.

More shocking and impactful than that, though, was the pair at Missouri. Its no secret that Mizzou’s success has been almost exclusively due to ridiculous defensive lines. Walter Brady led FBS freshmen in sacks last year with 8, and Harold Brantley went from feel-good story to cautionary tale. Brantley was severely injured in a car accident coming off a promising sophomore season, and Mizzou was banking on both as starters.

If the D can’t hold teams under…like…8 points, its gonna be a long season for the Zoo.

Let’s Hope Kirby Doesn’t Bring This Sabanism to Georgia

Just deplorable. Old petty man with a Napoleon complex.

Give It A Rest, Dude

/hashtag wanking motion/

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Posted on August 4, 2016, in Alabama, Auburn, Georgia Bulldogs, Missouri, Nick Saban, Ole Miss, SEC, SECual Healing. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Also, Missouri’s stellar d-line coach caught a plane to Miami last winter.

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