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Georgia football stock report: Bulldogs win costly at Georgia Tech

SystemSystem Posts: 271 admin
edited November 2019 in Article commenting

imageGeorgia football stock report: Bulldogs win costly at Georgia Tech

Georgia football beat Georgia Tech, but it was costly, as tailback D'Andre Swift was knocked out of the game with an injury and George Pickens was ejected

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  • rjallenrjallen Posts: 40 ✭✭ Sophomore

    Sure Blaylock muffed the punt but how many return yards did he put on Tech? Gave us great field position time after time. The young man had some good catches too.

    McIntosh got his first TD if think.

    The entire defense played a great game....you pick the best players- too many to be named I guess , Others besides J. R. Reed [who did have a very good game] deserved recognition.

    I liked the change of pace on the play calling. We better be prepared to do more than "High diddle diddle, up the middle.

  • DDubDDub Posts: 58 ✭✭✭ Junior

    Are you talking about the slant pass that was behind and high on Kearis and it hit him in his right bicep? Because slants are supposed to be thrown in front of receivers, not behind. Pointed out by Orlovsky (former NFL QB) and Coach Donnan on his show. Fromm was less than 50% completion percentage for 4th game in a row, except this one was against one of the worst defenses in FBS. It's not the receivers, it's Fromm.

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