WELL sir, I appreciate the sentiment, BUT. I would NEVER be a party to a group who would have me as a member!
Would you agree that a large part of pass DEEEEfense, is influenced by the pass rush? IF so, Javon Bullard went out at halftime, with a separated shoulder. And more importantly, UGA'S best pass rusher, Nolan Smith, had been sidelined since MIDSEASON. Not to mention that a potential first round draft choice in Jalen Carter was severely hindered by the flu. He gave ZERO pass rush support, due to his weakened state. He was continuously given fluids throughout the game, to keep him on the field. The NEXT week, he was BAAACK to full strength, and TCU PAID!13.5 feels like a lot when they can score and UGA sucks against the pass.
A better story you say? Better than a two star walk on, who was given EVERY reason to leave, and did. THEN, he came back to STILL be told he wasn't good enough. And MAYBE he should go someplace else, to see if he can play. A player who was told that he was TOO slow, TOO short, TOO small, and TOO weak throwing the football. And ALL he did was NEVER gave up. He would harken back to when he was five years old, when his parents asked him what he wanted to be when he grew up? He said, "I want to be the quarterback for the Georgia Bulldogs." Fast forward to his final night in Red and Black. And he reflected on his back-to-back MVPS, about going from scout team QB, mimicking the hotdog Okla QB in practice, in the national semis in 2017. And after leading his team to an undefeated season, after losing a record fifteen players to the NFL Draft. And the result was, back-to-back national championships! A feat that NOBODY, much less a walk on, had EVER done before. Versus TCU pulling five games outa their butt, against NOBODIES? THIS story makes 'RUDY' seem like a JOKE by comparison!No rooting interest, but a TCU win would be the better story.
The SWAY yet again? You Yankee boys certainly have a way of propping yourselves up, in the face of MEDIOCRITY. TWICE UGA SHOULD have been national champions, yet never made the playoff, prior to the four team format. (2017 and 2018) You Buckaroos backed into the dang playoffs last season, PURE and SIMPLE! Any number of teams deserved to be where you were, but the NCAA opted for the larger market of the Biggie Ten!UGA rolls. Title game was tonight and was the matchup most expected and SEC got the sway that was enough.....yet again