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meansonny
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re: 5* S James Williams Opa-Locka (FL) HS
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Coaching out the window when u lose to muschamp during your supposed year where it's all set up



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This is the year where it is all setup.
The 2016 recruiting class is not close to the 2018 recruiting class.

I dont see why that is so difficult.
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Peter167
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re: 5* S James Williams Opa-Locka (FL) HS
Last yr when u still had 2 first rd tackles a new exciting offense. At least u thought in the offseason

Swift as the head RB hoped White or Cook would takeover easily like Holyfield etc never happened

So much talent u didnt think all new pass catchers would be much of a problem since u landed studs. It was.

I was not that stupid cant take away every option Fromm has chemistry with and expect no probs
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meansonny
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re: 5* S James Williams Opa-Locka (FL) HS
You just come off on here as real angry for some reason.

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I was not that stupid cant take away every option Fromm has chemistry with and expect no probs


Several expert analysts focus on WR production returning. And UGA was in trouble based on their metrics.

Combine new faces with injuries and and the offense absolutely was in trouble. We were a different offense with a healthy Cager vs without.

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So much talent u didnt think all new pass catchers would be much of a problem since u landed studs. It was.

Well, the studs were true freshmen. Pickens was the best WR recruited in about 10 years. Blaylock was the second best WR recruit in about 8 years. I dont know anyone who expected them to carry the team. We hoped they would contribute and they did. Unfortunately, an ACL cut Blaylock's season short.

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Swift as the head RB hoped White or Cook would takeover easily like Holyfield etc never happened

Herrien was the sequel to Holyfield. White was coming back from an ACL and Cook is a scat back. I don't know anyone who thought Herrien was equal to Holyfield (except maybe as a receiving target)


Crowknowsbest
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re: 5* S James Williams Opa-Locka (FL) HS
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I don’t see VOLS likening our football program to Alabama but that’s just me.

Nobody is arguing that Georgia’s football program has been as successful as Alabama.

The roster, right now, is very similar in quality. That’s what people argue.


sand mountainDvalues
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re: 5* S James Williams Opa-Locka (FL) HS
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Nobody is arguing that Georgia’s football program has been as successful as Alabama.


Hmmmmmm


DawgRff
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re: 5* S James Williams Opa-Locka (FL) HS
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Hmmmmmm

I think he is talking about recruiting


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Crowknowsbest
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Hmmmmmm

What are you hmmmmming at?


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DawgsLife
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re: 5* S James Williams Opa-Locka (FL) HS
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They have won like 7 natties since Georgia last won one. They’ve won 5 since Georgia last beat Alabama.

Yep. And read what i said again. Over the past 5 years you don't remember us taking Alabama down to the wire in twice in huge games? Close. I said we had drawn close to Alabama in recruiting and on the field.

The last two times we played Alabama they beat us 26-23 in OT and 35-28. Would you say that is close?

The last 3 years here were the final rankings of the two teams:

2017:
Alabama #1
Georgia #2

2018:
Alabama #2
Georgia #7

2019:
Alabama #8
Georgia #4

Would you say those are close?

Maybe it is the word "close" that is throwing you off. Let me get Webster's to help you out:

: to reduce a gap closed to within two points
6a : to draw near The ship was closing with the island.


When I say we are close it does not mean as good as or on the same level as. It means close.




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djsdawg
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re: 5* S James Williams Opa-Locka (FL) HS
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U dont have Pittman dont count on Pittman coaching level just saying


Looked fine in the bowl game


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djsdawg
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re: 5* S James Williams Opa-Locka (FL) HS
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They link recruiting to actual wins on the field


Recruiting well + developing well leads to "actual wins on the field". Its not a coincidence, nor is it complicated.


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djsdawg
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re: 5* S James Williams Opa-Locka (FL) HS
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Hmmmmmm


The differences between Bama and UGA from 2017-19 is probably not as wide as you seem to think.


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Peter167
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re: 5* S James Williams Opa-Locka (FL) HS
But Holyfield snatched the back up job from Herrian like it was nothing

shite and was better then swift imo some Saturdays that man ran hard and angry

U know u expected White or Cook to do the same at some point

Just never happened

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Porter Osborne Jr
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re: 5* S James Williams Opa-Locka (FL) HS
White ran pretty well last year. Second year back from knee surgery so he should take the next step.


Peter167
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re: 5* S James Williams Opa-Locka (FL) HS
Ok I'm just stating facts I think yall know it

Holyfield was a great #2 back and you'd like to have another as good or better

Which u definitely did not find last yr

This year sure mayb

White would be main back Cook seems like catching passes out the backfield suits him

Seems a bit scared to play slot or the coaches havent thought of it idk but that would be a solid position for him imo
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meansonny
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re: 5* S James Williams Opa-Locka (FL) HS
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But Holyfield snatched the back up job from Herrian like it was nothing


You are talking out of your ass.
The more you post, the more it is obvious that you dont follow the Dawgs.

Holyfield didnt snatch anything from Herrien. I dont know why you post that.

Yes, Herrien was the heir apparent to Holyfield in 2019. But the only thing he could do better than Holyfield was as a receiving target. 3 years of watching them play football made that obvious. It isnt a knock on Herrien. He is a good back. There just wasn't anything to say he would be better than Holyfield as a runner.

And you keep bringing up White and Cook for some reason. White was expected to be the third back (like Herrien in 2018) in his first year after 2 ACL surgeries. The hope would be to see some wiggle by seasons end. And we saw that in the bowl game. But white was not expected to pass over Herrien.

Cook is a scat back. The type of back who can make highlights against Vandy. But no one else unless he is incorporated in a pass heavy offense. He just isnt big enough for a between the tackles guy.


Keep posting. I like correcting you.


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Peter167
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re: 5* S James Williams Opa-Locka (FL) HS
If bama and Fla beat u then what

Its totally possible

No time for ur new offense to get ready barely

Third year running same shite at UF

And u play Bama and Auburn early to beat down ur confidence

I think u beat Aub but what Bama does yeesh
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meansonny
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re: 5* S James Williams Opa-Locka (FL) HS
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bama and Fla beat u then what

Its totally possible


It is possible that Bama and florida can beat UGA?
Uh. Yeah. It is football it is possible.

It is also possible that we beat both. Possible is a funny word that way.

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Third year running same shite at UF


New OC. New QB. Wtf are you talking about.
I'm not worried about Florida. We shut them down for 3 quarters. It wasn't until we were preventing the big play that they had successful drives. It has been 12 years since Mullen has put up more than 17 points on a Kirby defense.


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djsdawg
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re: 5* S James Williams Opa-Locka (FL) HS
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U know u expected White or Cook to do the same at some point

Just never happened



Nope. Kirby loves senior leaders who put in the time and work.


Peter167
Member since Mar 2020
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re: 5* S James Williams Opa-Locka (FL) HS
Holyfield took Herrian job like it was rather easy

He split carries with swift and was even better then swift when we played in Jax

Maybe I'm mistaken tho


meansonny
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re: 5* S James Williams Opa-Locka (FL) HS
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Holyfield took Herrian job like it was rather easy

The reason why this comment is dumb is because Holyfield was never behind Herrien. You keep repeating it despite being told that Holyfield cant take something from Herrien that Herrien never had.
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He split carries with swift and was even better then swift when we played in Jax

2 points here.
1) holyfield was a very strong runner. As you said, he got a lot of carries in 2018 for good reason. This is why it was obvious that Herrien was not a replacement for Holyfield (improvement as a receiver, but not in the same classification as a runner)

2) swift is a better 2nd back. He is a 3rd down wizard. He is a 2nd half beast. Swift played best when Holyfield got the bulk of first half snaps. He is a capable #1. But he isnt going to bust long runs in the first half (but he may be the best 3rd down weapon at any time).



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