Herschel Walker Has Message For Georgia Before Game vs. Alabama
Daniel Shirey-USA TODAY Sports
During an appearance on WBS Radio, former Georgia RB Herschel Walker shared his thoughts on his Bulldogs matchup against Alabama this weekend in the SEC Championship Game...
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“What I’d like to see is Georgia continue to play like they’ve been playing,” Walker said, via Saturday Down South. “I think they’ve got to take this game as another game and go out and do their thing, not put a lot of pressure on themselves, because the season is still not over. This is a very, very big game, because this is the beginning of the rest of their season. What I mean by that is the Playoffs start. They’ve gotten through the tough times, now it’s time to start playing. And you’re starting out with a very, very tough team.”
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“Alabama has had some tough times, but everybody knows Coach Saban is an incredible coach, they’ve got some incredible players, but what Georgia’s got to do is continue to go out there and do what they’ve been doing all year. Not worry about anything but playing this game right here, and everything else will fall into place, because they’ve got the team to do it.”
(The Spun)
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9 Comments
I have a feeling UGA chokes. I hope they don't but that team is snakebit in big games.
Reply2 months
GA can just play its usual game. Bama, otoh, has to deal with no RBs & its weak OL. Bama gonna struggle.
Reply2 months
Can this trumpet get CTE already
Reply2 months
take the cock out of your mouth
2 months
I thought it'd have something to do with beating Bama like he beats his women. Hopefully Saban doesn't have to file for a protective order like Walker's ex-wife did.
Reply2 months
HW is the man!
Reply2 months
Herschel for Senate!
Reply2 months
Yes! But also, ROLL TIDE!
2 months
He's right. But will Georgia not clempson tomorrow?
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