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Monty Rice, Dylan Moses and life after losing your best linebacker

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edited August 29 in Article commenting

imageMonty Rice, Dylan Moses and life after losing your best linebacker

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  • rhbatchrhbatch Posts: 279 ✭✭✭ Junior

    Looking forward to a lot of "Havoc" from this young man.

  • SmartsTheManSmartsTheMan Posts: 223 ✭✭✭ Junior

    I can't wait to see the defense. Should be the best one yet since Kirby came back to Ga.

  • ShoottheHoochShoottheHooch Posts: 368 ✭✭✭✭ Senior

    It's not a stretch to consider the Kirby affect now that Moses, Bama's defensive QB, is out for the season. My understanding is that Bama is tissue paper thin at MLB. The backups are a TF and a RSF if I'm correct. Bama was never so thin at any position prior to Kirby coming to UGA. There were experienced blue chip prospects, especially on D, just waiting their turn. Now that Kirby is back home, Saban can't just waltz into Georgia nor any other state and just cherry pick talent. He has to fight Kirby every step of the way and Kirby has been winning more than he loses! I hate to see any young man get hurt, but advantage UGA as long as we stay healthy. If injury should rear its **** head it's possible that Kirby may have the Dawgs to the point in just year four of being deeper than Bama! Go Dawgs!

  • GeoffDawgGeoffDawg Posts: 1,272 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    Over the last four years, bama's still averaged the second rated recruiting class in the country so the talent is there. Maybe they haven't been recruiting LB as well as they used to or they're not developing the second level guys to the same degree they did under Kirby, but you're right, this is unusual for them.

  • dogs_n_bravesdogs_n_braves Posts: 14 ✭✭ Sophomore

    "But all that is for not . . . . "

    I am not a professional writer and am just having fun here . . . if I didn't highlight this line though, my college years would all be for naught.

  • tommieleetommielee Posts: 257 ✭✭✭ Junior

    Two, that's two days.

  • dawfanfromalabamdawfanfromalabam Posts: 416 ✭✭✭✭ Senior

    My son and I both caught the "naught" too. Just used to young people today that can't spell but hope for better from "journalists."

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