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Things to know: Tim Tebow shares tip on how Alabama will use Jalen Milroe against Georgia

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edited December 2023 in Article commenting
imageThings to know: Tim Tebow shares tip on how Alabama will use Jalen Milroe against Georgia

ATLANTA — Tim Tebow has been watching Alabama quarterback Jalen Milroe closely and sees the improvement in the Tide pass game.

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  • navydawgnavydawg Posts: 2,968 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    I don’t expect our Dawgs D to be able to stop Milroe, but I Do hope that they can slow him down some. Then let Beck and company do their thing. Time of possession will be a very important factor in this game.

    And if our Dawgs can hold them to making only a FG on a couple of series and Dawgs get TDs in their place in exchange that would be a Win by 8 points, which I would gladly take !!

    Bama in my humble opinion is the biggest obstacle to a 3Peat. If our Dawgs can post a W vs Bama I honestly think they can beat the rivals in the Play Off and Ntl. Title game.

    Most of these injured guys should be back and healthy by the time the Dawgs get into those games. That’s NOT an excuse for failures vs Bama, it’s just that the team should be in much better shape for those games assuming they do get past Bama.

    There’s been allot of conversation about the Dawgs stopping or suppressing Milroe, which is true. But I think there’s something to be said about Bama having to stop Beck and the Dawgs O to !! Go Dawgs !!

  • BigDawg888BigDawg888 Posts: 1,429 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    We've been inundated and saturated and nauseated about Jalen Milroe who barely won and should've lost last week. He's good but come on.

    We are going to lay it on these clowns and feed crow to the entire ESPN staff.

    Georgia wins big.

  • UGADad20UGADad20 Posts: 1,657 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate
    edited December 2023

    This game will be won by the QB that makes plays. Whoever makes the most plays, makes the clutch plays and doesn't turn the ball over will win the game for his team.

    This is a QB game. The QB play is the differentiator. That is why so much attention has been paid to Milroe. AL has been more dependent on Milroe to win games than UGA has been on CBeck to win games.

    But, today, the QB has to win the game for his team.

  • navydawgnavydawg Posts: 2,968 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    Bro. that would be Awesome !! I think it’s possible. But to be honest I’d gladly take a close win. Dawgs get past Bama with no injuries I think they will go on to 3Peat. Also Some of our fellow Dawgs dismiss the GT QB King to easily. The TV announcers stated that his stats are or were then on par with Jayden Daniels a Heisman candidate !!

    They also remarked several times about how cerebral he is with his understanding of the game. His Dad is HC of a very large HS team ( much like Kirby’s Dad). Plus King was a pretty big dude with excellent mobility. But it’s that cerebral part that distinguishes King from Milroe. Where as King did fairly well, actually really well vs the Dawgs pressure packages, I don’t think Milroe will handle pressure as well.

    Many times Milroe gets the deer in the headlights look. On that last play the Auburn D gave him all day to throw the ball for fear he’d take off and run. But it was 4th and forever for him to pickup 1st down. No Matter how athletic if they had Any kind of secondary No Way he was gonna run That far and pick up the 1st. So the Auburn LBs just hopped from one foot to the other like a RB trying to juke and LET him throw the ball. And we all know how that ended.

    If they had come after him he’d have more than apt missed that pass. Pressure is the key. If he’s gonna run, he’s gonna run, but don’t let him shred you Even Worse out of Fear of his running. Just my take. Go Dawgs !! Love Your Optimism my Bro. !! You are a breath of fresh air !!

  • UGADad20UGADad20 Posts: 1,657 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    Don't underestimate the referee's impact on these games. Intended impact. Already seeing it in the TX/OSU game. It is to the BIG12's advantage ($$$$) to have TX win. Already we've seen a TX "INT" in the redzone NOT reviewed when it was clearly a questionable call. Not reviewed at all when replay shows the call should have been overturned. Next time in the redzone for OSU they get a motion penalty on 1st and goal from the 5.

    That benefits UGA in the SECCG. SEC will get a team in the PO ($$$$) should UGA win. May not get AL in the PO should AL win. Personally I think the committee puts AL(#4) in over an undefeated FSU team (missing their QB) should AL win.

    Also seeing a lot of players slipping on the artificial field in the BIG12 CG. Both AL and UGA play on grass fields. MB stadium has an artificial field. In humid conditions, like today in Atlanta, artificial fields can be slippery.

  • UGADad20UGADad20 Posts: 1,657 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    What "stat's" are you talking about that are similar between King and Daniels?

    Daniels 72% CP 3812 yards passing 40/4 TD/INT 1134 yards rushing

    King 62% CP 2755 yards passing 26/15 TD/INT 648 yards rushing.

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