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jimzx
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re: Re-watching Citrus Bowl
"I agree with 1. Not so much with 2. In the Michigan game, he got lucky the QB was terrible."

Yeah I am sorry Gary, but I have to agree with the statement above. UM definitely would have won that game with a better QB. I actually think they will be pretty darn good this year with a new QB. That #44 coming off the edge was killing us. Very similar to the way Harris was having a field day in the 2nd half....


TS1926
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Member since Jan 2020
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re: Re-watching Citrus Bowl
I'm not sure Michigan would have won but the game would have been much closer. The poor guy was really bad. He had receivers open on numerous occasions and just missed the throws. I think offensively Alabama did very well. Mac had a really good game and Harris is definitely a beast.
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SummerOfGeorge
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re: Re-watching Citrus Bowl
If Patterson was serviceable last year that Michigan team could have easily gone 10-2 or 11-1. I gave him hell early on because he was such a dick about Locks, but Gattis did a pretty good job the 2nd half of the season with their offense. Their scheme against us was really good. Patterson was just fvckin awful.
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Bamafig
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What struck me when watching again, and it shouldn’t have, was how they ran the ball right down our throats. Our D was so frustrating last year. Could not stop important drives on 3rd downs consistently at all.


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Gary Busey
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For whatever reason, Michigan went away from feeding Zach Charbonnet, who was averaging 6.5 YPR. It's frustrating watching the defense not man up and get pushed around.

I hope with a year's worth of experience will make them better this season. Tackling was atrocious last year.


bamameister
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re: Re-watching Citrus Bowl
21 to 16 with 10 minutes to go in the 4th quarter. I didn't get the feeling we were titling the field with our talent advantage until Bama finally just got determined to let Najee be the mismatch in this game.

Najee had a history with Michigan and it should have been much more obvious earlier than he was passionate and determined in this game to get him some wolverine to hang in his man-cave. When we finally settled into our physical roots it was game over. Funny how that stuff keeps happening.
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Capstone2017
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re: Re-watching Citrus Bowl
It was good to see Saban run up the score a little bit for all the shite talking Harbaugh has done to him.


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Section 80
Alabama Fan
Member since Apr 2013
473 posts

re: Re-watching Citrus Bowl
quote:

When we finally settled into our physical roots it was game over. Funny how that stuff keeps happening.



Need to get back to the make their arse quit 2008-2016 physical style of football.

The spread offense is cute and puts up points but damn do I miss the pro style and having the #1 defense in the land.

Tua changed the culture, he’s gone now. The culture will be changing again.
This post was edited on 7/29 at 7:22 am


LoneMDG
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Birmingham
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re: Re-watching Citrus Bowl
I have no memory of this game having even happened. Guess we won.


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