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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Halftime observations

- Georgia has 100 more offensive yards than Mississippi State, has held the ball for 9:40 longer and has twice as many first downs.

And yet UGA trails by a point. Red zone, anyone?

- This game is there for Georgia. If it doesn't clamp down on its mistakes and take control in the second half, it has only itself to blame.

- One less crucial mistake by either team, and we have a different ballgame right now: If Washaun Ealey doesn't fumble, or Marlon Brown doesn't hold at the end of Kris Durham's run. Or Mississippi State doesn't throw a silly halfback option or jump offsides on a punt return.

- Aaron Murray is playing fantastic, except for the red zone. He has 155 yards passing and 24 rushing, and no turnovers. I don't know if the red zone problems are really his fault, though. If Georgia had a more effective run attack, that would certainly help.

- Kris Durham, wow. I guess he's long since answered whether his play is any fluke.

- Bacarri Rambo can't seem to catch a break, can he.

- The defense, or special teams, could still use a big turnover. The Darryl Gamble interception was a gift, but hey it counts.

- That said, I still don't quite trust the Georgia defense to have a huge second half. It's played well since the opening drive, but still seems prone to the kind of one-play breakdowns that could decide a game.

- Where's the breakaway ability for the Georgia tailbacks?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Im sorry but its time for Richt to go, he has no motivation skill with out players. They have so much talen, but are unmotivated, unprepared and seem lazy. Bobo need to go back to coaching qbs. We need a coach who is an offensive co-ordinator, not a preacher.