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Remember: If The Jury Box Is Stacked With Foxes...The Chicken Is Always Guilty
I agree regarding keeping down the points and not worrying about the yards. Yards don't win or lose games...points do. Also agree about the pass rush, but another factor was the DB's keeping the receivers covered on the other end. There were several times that Bo Wallace was scrambling around looking for a receiver, and there were none to be found. That was key in several of the sacks, particularly in the second half.
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Attitude is Everything
I see what everyone is saying about giving up yards but not points. But the offense will never thrive until they get stops on third down to get the ball back to the offense. The tempo will not be achieved if they score and then sit on the sidelines for 10 - 15 minutes before they go back out. The first half last night was a good example
The TV guys kept saying that with the pace Ole Miss was going the defense would tire out. Well,don't know about ya'll but I didn't see anybody on D sucking wind. It looked to me they got stronger as the game went on. (see the last three Miss possessions) I think the main TV guy saying that was Stinchcomb who is as we all know is a UGA guy.
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