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Friday, December 31, 2010

Halftime thoughts

- Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz .........

- This game is matching the atmosphere at the half-filled stadium. Georgia has slightly more fans here, but UCF's have been louder, especially in the second quarter.

- I suspect Mark Richt already regrets not going for it on the opening drive, and settling for the field goal. I mean, it's a bowl. Gotta play it like one.

- Aaron Murray's halftime stats: 13-for-18, 114 passing yards, and two big interceptions. He started the game 6-for-6, along with a 9-yard scramble. Maybe his worst half of the season.

- Georgia gets the ball to start the second half. Time to open it up, throw downfield, do something creative. In all due respect to UCF's highly-ranked defense, it's still a Conference USA team. The Bulldogs are bigger and faster and have the most explosive receiver in the country, so they should be able to uncork more than a few big plays.

4 comments:

KTM said...

Nothing fancy until Murray gets his head together. Setting my alarm clock for the 4th quarter, in case I fall asleep...

Anonymous said...

Fire These Clowns ! This is so embarrassing. Mark Richt is Wuss !

Anonymous said...

1. They can't cover AJ. I don't know why we aren't throwing to him more. The best way to open up the deep ball is to keep throwing to him underneath.
2. What's the decision behind Murray wearing a glove on his throwing hand today?

Anonymous said...

Anon 5:26. You're the one with the red nose and big floppy feet.