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Is Mizzou the East favorite next year?

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Not a bad thread, zarty
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View Postsmokeyone, on 05 January 2014 - 09:15 AM, said:

No. UGA was lucky all through out that game. Never more so than Howards overtime lunge to the end zone resulting in an unforced fumble through the end zone. Y'all were out coached and out played and should have been blown out in that game. No way in hell y'all score a TD in overtime and we both know it. Lucky in the game in general and lucky on the Howard unforced fumble in the specific.

Between that one and the Vandy rewrite of replay rules that applied to 1 review in 1 game no one has more to complain about in the bad luck department than UT last year.

An impartial person would consider injuries to nearly all of UGA's playmakers as bad luck for UGA and good fortune for the Vols. Only an ultra homer hater of UGA as you are would conclude otherwise.

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View Postsmokeyone, on 05 January 2014 - 09:24 AM, said:

Losing to clemson makes your argument invalid in 2 ways. 1 arguable your 2 best players were injured early in that game meaning at no point did y'all play a complete game without your teams strength injured and if you disagree with that then you still lost to clemson downgrading how "good" UGA was early. This "good" you cling to is based on being at home and eeking out a win over LSU. Nothing else. A 3 point win against LSU.

Losing to a top 10 team on the road by 3 with our top 2 playmakers on the sideline for most of the game in no way invalidates my argument, and neither does beating SC and LSU.

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View PostJDStud6, on 06 January 2014 - 08:47 AM, said:

If UGA was the best team in the nation in September, why did they lose to Clemson?  Not that Clemson was bad, but they got DESTROYED by FSU and handled pretty easily by us as well.

Anyways

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No one said UGA was the best team in the nation, but we were among the best teams in the nation at the time.

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View PostDJSdawg, on 08 January 2014 - 08:35 PM, said:



No one said UGA was the best team in the nation, but we were among the best teams in the nation at the time.

The fact that you lost to Clemson says otherwise. You're saying you would beat mizzou when mizzou beat the most 8 win teams in the nation and only two losses were close to both the #2 amd #4 teams in the nation.
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View PostRamboMizzou, on 08 January 2014 - 08:49 PM, said:

The fact that you lost to Clemson says otherwise. You're saying you would beat mizzou when mizzou beat the most 8 win teams in the nation and only two losses were close to both the #2 amd #4 teams in the nation.

No, it doesnt say otherwise. This conclusion of yours doesnt even make sense.

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View PostDJSdawg, on 08 January 2014 - 09:05 PM, said:

No, it doesnt say otherwise. This conclusion of yours doesnt even make sense.

So what are you basing this flaws opinion that UGA when healthy was a top team in the nation? UGA was healthy in game 1 and lost. They were their most healthy in a game they lost, invalidating any hypothetical argument with reality doesnt work for you?

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View Postsmokeyone, on 08 January 2014 - 09:26 PM, said:

So what are you basing this flaws opinion that UGA when healthy was a top team in the nation? UGA was healthy in game 1 and lost. They were their most healthy in a game they lost, invalidating any hypothetical argument with reality doesnt work for you?


Gurley missed half of the Clemson game, so our "most healthy" was against SC, and we could have beaten them 48-30 if we chose to. Due in part to that victory and another over LSU plus a close loss to Clemson, UGA was #6 in the nation going into the UT game. Do you and rambo consider #6 to be a top team?

With that said, why not respond to a post directed towards your silly ideas like UGA being lucky to be so injured vs UT?

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View PostDJSdawg, on 08 January 2014 - 09:36 PM, said:

Gurley missed half of the Clemson game, so our "most healthy" was against SC, and we could have beaten them 48-30 if we chose to. Due in part to that victory and another over LSU plus a close loss to Clemson, UGA was #6 in the nation going into the UT game. Do you and rambo consider #6 to be a top team?

With that said, why not respond to a post directed towards your silly ideas like UGA being lucky to be so injured vs UT?

A 1 loss team and an over inflated win over SC fell pretty fast out of that #6 spot. So your whole premise is you beat LSU? Weak cherry picking.

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View Postsmokeyone, on 08 January 2014 - 09:44 PM, said:

A 1 loss team and an over inflated win over SC fell pretty fast out of that #6 spot. So your whole premise is you beat LSU? Weak cherry picking.

My whole premise is being ranked #6 after playing Clemson, LSU, and SC. None bit of cherry picking involved because every game was taken into account. Either #6 is a top team or it isnt.

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View PostDJSdawg, on 08 January 2014 - 10:00 PM, said:



My whole premise is being ranked #6 after playing Clemson, LSU, and SC. None bit of cherry picking involved because every game was taken into account. Either #6 is a top team or it isnt.

Then got your ass beat by mizzou. Give up.
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View PostRamboMizzou, on 08 January 2014 - 10:30 PM, said:

Then got your ass beat by mizzou. Give up.

The fact that you need a reminder of the subject of this discussion says a lot, but here it is anyways:

"RamboMizzou essentially asked me what made me think UGA was so good before all of the injuries to our teams strength. "

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I'm just glad to know that UGA is the ONLY team in the nation that had an injury this year.  That's just not fair for you.

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View PostDJSdawg, on 08 January 2014 - 10:35 PM, said:

The fact that you need a reminder of the subject of this discussion says a lot, but here it is anyways:

"RamboMizzou essentially asked me what made me think UGA was so good before all of the injuries to our teams strength. "

Before all the injuries you had a loss to narrow Clemson and a narrow win over LSU. North Texas was down 7 at the half, SC was tied at the half. Not very dominant, in fact your ranking at the time was based on beating LSU and where you were over hyped in the preseason. Your D was more than suspect and in a tourney of the top 16 teams on a neutral site you likely get bounced in the 1st round.

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View PostJDStud6, on 09 January 2014 - 08:25 AM, said:

I'm just glad to know that UGA is the ONLY team in the nation that had an injury this year.  That's just not fair for you.

JD

Their best WR Mitchell has been injured every year he has been in Athens, in fact every starting WR at UGA the last couple of years has missed time with injury. And they wonder why the better WRs snub them.

According to the Poor UGAs almanac this year OLine and LB will be injured or have off the field stoopids keeping them from a full season.

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