We can beat Georgia....here's how...

ibeattetris

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I see a problem in your logic involving "every kickoff". How many kickoffs are you expecting?
If we are in the hypothetical world where we are returning every kick for a TD. uga over the course of the season has scored in 2.88 minutes per scoring drive. Based on this, I think we will expect to need 20-21 kickoff returns. Someone better bring the oxygen for Gibbs.
 
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The Wasp

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Georgia has played no one. Most of our losses have been relatively close. All we have to do is hope their walk on QB has an off day. Play D out of our minds and get up on them early.

All the pressure is on Ugag. We HAVE to believe, guys! This is our Super Bowl. Their secondary can be exploited if we can protect the QB.

Old Gold 17 Ugag 16
bro your emotions have run away from you, have you been watching at all this year? How old are you? It's great to be for our side but have some bourbon ready, by nightfall you will need something to numb the pain
 

coit

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If we are in the hypothetical world where we are returning every kick for a TD. uga over the course of the season has scored in 2.88 minutes per scoring drive. Based on this, I think we will expect to need 20-21 kickoff returns. Someone better bring the oxygen fro Gibbs.
2,000 all purpose yards in one game! It will be glorious.

Fortunately, Bowl-Cut will be too stupid to stop kicking to him.
 

aeromech

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Way to beat UGA:

a) If Sims plays, we will have the most mobile QB that UGA has seen all season. Run Sims on keepers early, once the UGA D starts keying on Sims run simple screens and short passes to Gibbs and Mason.

b) Stay out of the Redzone. Pnope gets brain freeze in the Redzone, so we need to score on big plays from outside the 20.

c) Attempt to run Gibbs between the tackles no more than once per half. If you absolutely have to run someone between the tackles it should be Mason. On second thought, don't run Gibbs between the tackles period.

d) Put Gibbs on the field for every critical offensive play. If your play call on 3rd or 4th down results in Gibbs being on the sideline; you chose the wrong play.

e) When the option is to 'go for it' or kick a field goal, 'go for it'.

f) On D, spike Thacker's drink with whatever he was drinking at the UNC game.
 

JJacket

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Way to beat UGA:

a) If Sims plays, we will have the most mobile QB that UGA has seen all season. Run Sims on keepers early, once the UGA D starts keying on Sims run simple screens and short passes to Gibbs and Mason.

b) Stay out of the Redzone. Pnope gets brain freeze in the Redzone, so we need to score on big plays from outside the 20.

c) Attempt to run Gibbs between the tackles no more than once per half. If you absolutely have to run someone between the tackles it should be Mason. On second thought, don't run Gibbs between the tackles period.

d) Put Gibbs on the field for every critical offensive play. If your play call on 3rd or 4th down results in Gibbs being on the sideline; you chose the wrong play.

e) When the option is to 'go for it' or kick a field goal, 'go for it'.

f) On D, spike Thacker's drink with whatever he was drinking at the UNC game.
I like the two back set too with Gibbs and Mason/Smith back there
 

thegtstunner08

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I would hope our coaches have some trick plays and some type of sorcery planned...but that's a fool's hope.
 
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