Originally Posted by nerdykarim
probably the most pathetic shoe circle ever posted on sf.
last night, people seemed to blame offensive coordinator mike bobo a lot more than coach mark richt. i was a little bit disappointed in our performance, but there's no denying that boise has a solid team this year.
Bobo's playcalling is absolutely baffling. Even when he does open it up some, he calls somethng completely boneheaded on the next play. For example, it was great to see Georgia try to throw down the field on first down, but it was infuriating to see Bobo call a run up the middle on second-and-10 when the pass didn't work out.
There's a part of me that hopes BSU was just that
good, and Georgia will bounce back against USC this week, continuing to improve dramatically as the young guys gain experience. However, it's hard to have a lot of faith in that happening right now. I could have dealt with it if Georgia had simply lost to BSU - there's no shame losing to a top-five team - but what concerns me is how similar Saturday night looked to last season. It's one thing to lose to a great team; it's another thing entirely to lose while making the same mistakes that got you into trouble last year, especially when all of the offseason talk centered around fixing those mistakes.
This weekend will be very, very telling for Georgia.
Originally Posted by eg1
You won't catch me making any more ridiculous pronouncements about GT beating Georgia -- 2009 cured me of that. Winning 1 of every 3 is probably a realistic goal
Having said that, I know Georgia fans are hurting, and hurting bad, when you are reduced to "well, we can always beat Tech".
If Richt's seat was hot before, it positively must be on fire now, and God help him if uSCAR and the ole ball coach do them between the hedges next week ...
It's disturbing to me that Tech fans are so content with being the little brother who has simply accepted the fact that big bro will beat on them whenever he feels like it.
His seat's not as hot as everyone seems to think, at least not yet. Beat USC this weekend, and all the "hot seat" talk will vanish.