Just a guess uga was getting ready for Alabama more this week than us , it could be close till half time then they pull away in the 3th qt and starters out for the 4th qt.Yes. Even with Kirby pulling his starters in the 3rd. I don't think we can stop them and I don't think we can score on them. Hope I'm wrong.
Just a guess uga was getting ready for Alabama more this week than us , it could be close till half time then they pull away in the 3th qt and starters out for the 4th qt.
We were in the game with them at the half in 2019. It was 17-7 and we had multiple opportunities to cut it to a one score game at the half. I think this one might actually play out the same way. Tech will be running high on emotion and energy, and Georgia probably comes out flat. I hope Tech gets the ball first and takes early momentum with a score on our first possession. If the Dwags get it first and drive right down the field then the rout will be on. If we want to avoid embarrassment for even just the first half like we did in 2019 we gotta leverage our emotion and energy and turn it into positive results. Move the ball, get a turnover or 2, sneak some trick plays in there, and who knows what will happen. I just really don’t want it to be over in the 1st. Make them sweat and earn it. Make em at least show more of their playbook to Alabama than zone runs and slants
These monumental, unlikely upsets are always close games. 2007 App State over Michigan, 2008 Oregon State over USCw, 2007 Illinois over Ohio State, 2016 GT over FSU were all decided by a touchdown or less. 2007's college football season was totally insane all together, but I'm hopeful that some of the chaos from back then finds it's way to 177 North Avenue at noon todayGT by greater then what the dwags can count to (It will be a close score, but we win).