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Georgia buses roll into Athens after loss in SEC championship

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After that last play i was sure les miles was leading the team.

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That's awesome. Those guys deserved a hero's welcome, I'm glad they got it.

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After that last play i was sure les miles was leading the team.

There was nothing wrong with the play, Alabama just made a play to stop it. Troll elsewhere.

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spike the ball and you have a chance to make 2 plays

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Well deserved honestly. I suppose it's odd to have new found respect for a team I was more or less hating here for the past few seasons. Probably due to our trash talking here, and I expect it to return, but for now you can't hate a team that left it all out on the field like that. It was damn good football.

As for the last play, hindsight is always 20/20. Much easier for us to say what they should of done after the fact, same goes for Saban in the waning moments of Texas A&M. Some think he should of called a timeout(myself included) instead of saving them. I understand the logic if you don't get the TD on 4th down you need them stop the clock, but it was crucial to get everyone on the same page before AJ chicken winged it to an A&M DB. Just like Mosley though, he made the play and it speaks for itself.

I believe a stronger argument should of been made for Georgia to play in the Sugar bowl, though.

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spike the ball and you have a chance to make 2 plays

If the ball isn't tipped we still have a chance to make two plays. Anybody can be a Monday morning QB. lanekiffin.gif off.

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If the ball isn't tipped we still have a chance to make two plays. Anybody can be a Monday morning QB. :lanekiffin: off.

what world do you live in. Did you actually think he was going to make it out of bounds?

just admit it. Full retard on that last play

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what world do you live in. Did you actually think he was going to make it out of bounds?

just admit it. Full retard on that last play

The ball was not intended for that receiver dips--t. It was tipped. Pass was thrown to the receiver in the back corner of the endzone and would have resulted in either a TD or an incomplete pass. Try to know what the hell you're talking about before you criticize.

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The ball was not intended for that receiver dips--t. It was tipped. Pass was thrown to the receiver in the back corner of the endzone and would have resulted in either a TD or an incomplete pass. Try to know what the hell you're talking about before you criticize.

No s--t faggot, but the guy had not even crossed the endzone when the ball was thrown. They should have spiked the ball and had time to set up correctly.

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No s--t faggot, but the guy had not even crossed the endzone when the ball was thrown. They should have spiked the ball and had time to set up correctly.

You're so freaking retarded it's unbelievable. Spiking the ball would have given Bama just as much time to set up. They had Bama on their heels. The play didn't fail because they didn't spike the ball. It failed because Bama tipped the pass and it fell short to the wrong receiver. The exactly same result could have come on that play even if they had run it after spiking the ball. Now PLEASE go back to providing your football genius to your Auburn Tigers who clearly need it a lot more.

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The ball was not intended for that receiver dips--t. It was tipped. Pass was thrown to the receiver in the back corner of the endzone and would have resulted in either a TD or an incomplete pass. Try to know what the hell you're talking about before you criticize.

O_o

I guess it's good for the players to see the support, but this just makes me think UGA still has a different mentality than the top programs.

Only heavy underdogs usually get this sort of response for a close loss.

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it was a back shoulder throw to the front corner of the end zone. Like what AJ did on his int in the 1st half. Except the receiver and QB was on the right page in for Georgia and it was a great individual effort by Mosley to tip it.

I know how heartbreaking it is, but I'm with tider, I've def gained new respect for Georgia. They came back time and time again and didn't quit.

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They had Bama on their heels.

Bull s--t. They played that about as well as they could have. The coverage was right there. The only damn team that wasnt ready was UGA on that snap.

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Bull s--t. They played that about as well as they could have. The coverage was right there. The only damn team that wasnt ready was UGA on that snap.

Why the lanekiffin.gif are you even discussing the play in this thread. Go the lanekiffin.gif away this thread has nothing to do with the game. Again Go the lanekiffin.gif away troll.

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geez they've analyzed this play ad nauseum. The receiver who caught the ball was running a speed out to give the CB a different receiver to think about. Both King and Mitchell was to run a fade with Murray throwing backshoulder. King had press coverage on him, so Murray threw it to Mitchell. CJ Mosley was stunting and recognized the short throw and tipped the ball. Unfortunately, for Georgia, the tipped ball went directly to the speed out. Receivers are instinctively taught to catch the ball and he did. Awkward catch, fell down. Nobody noticed how it cost the game until the clock kept running. Even if they spike the ball and ran the same play, nobody could have predicted the same chain of events that occurred.

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Bull s--t. They played that about as well as they could have. The coverage was right there. The only damn team that wasnt ready was UGA on that snap.

wut?

UGA was driving like mad and lost because of a tipped ball.

I think, if they could redo it, that they would spike the ball. But it's not like it was a bad call or bad execution.

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If that ball wasn't tipped, the ball was going to the pylon/endzone as a fade or backshoulder throw to the outside WR (not the inner one who ended up catching the ball). That ball is either going to be incomplete, a TD, or out of bounds. If it was incomplete, Georgia would have had time for another play (maybe 2 depending on time) so in essence it didn't matter if Georgia clocked the ball or not because they were going to get 2 plays of out if regardless. In this case, the ball was tipped and the Georgia player's instincts took over and he caught the ball instead of thinking about it and letting it drop. It was bang bang so its hard to just stop and think about the situation as a player as you just don't have the time and no one thought for a second it was going to get tipped at the line either.

Evidence to what I just said is completely ludicrous at this point.

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bama was in a prevent that whole drive. miss state thought they were taking advantage of what they thought was a bama defense on their heels...got cute and threw a pick in the ez. you gotta respect that bama is a great defense, and spike it. as discussed, 6 seconds were wasted from the time the ball was spotted to the actual snap....thus leaving only 9 seconds from when the play began. bobo admitted the right thing to do was spike it and regroup. why are we still discussing this? if you want to see how to handle that situation, see how andrew luck and the colts offense handled that game winning td. they killed the clock when they got their first down to preserve as much time as possible and give themselves as many opportunities as possible. there is a reason nfl teams spike it 10 out of 10 times in that situation.

georgia played a great game. PERIOD. if thats the only fault you can find against playing bama, your doing something right.

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it was a back shoulder throw to the front corner of the end zone. Like what AJ did on his int in the 1st half. Except the receiver and QB was on the right page in for Georgia and it was a great individual effort by Mosley to tip it.

I know how heartbreaking it is, but I'm with tider, I've def gained new respect for Georgia. They came back time and time again and didn't quit.

wut?

UGA was driving like mad and lost because of a tipped ball.

I think, if they could redo it, that they would spike the ball. But it's not like it was a bad call or bad execution.

If that ball wasn't tipped, the ball was going to the pylon/endzone as a fade or backshoulder throw to the outside WR (not the inner one who ended up catching the ball). That ball is either going to be incomplete, a TD, or out of bounds. If it was incomplete, Georgia would have had time for another play (maybe 2 depending on time) so in essence it didn't matter if Georgia clocked the ball or not because they were going to get 2 plays of out if regardless. In this case, the ball was tipped and the Georgia player's instincts took over and he caught the ball instead of thinking about it and letting it drop. It was bang bang so its hard to just stop and think about the situation as a player as you just don't have the time and no one thought for a second it was going to get tipped at the line either.

Evidence to what I just said is completely ludicrous at this point.

bama was in a prevent that whole drive. miss state thought they were taking advantage of what they thought was a bama defense on their heels...got cute and threw a pick in the ez. you gotta respect that bama is a great defense, and spike it. as discussed, 6 seconds were wasted from the time the ball was spotted to the actual snap....thus leaving only 9 seconds from when the play began. bobo admitted the right thing to do was spike it and regroup. why are we still discussing this? if you want to see how to handle that situation, see how andrew luck and the colts offense handled that game winning td. they killed the clock when they got their first down to preserve as much time as possible and give themselves as many opportunities as possible. there is a reason nfl teams spike it 10 out of 10 times in that situation.

georgia played a great game. PERIOD. if thats the only fault you can find against playing bama, your doing something right.

Now yall can take a look at the video this thread was started for https://www.facebook.com/uga.edu

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