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Discussion in 'Swamp Gas' started by RayGator, Sep 12, 2013.
SEC not being repped too well in this one. :sad:
I like seeing UT flounder in the gutter.
SEC loyalty is out the window for me when it comes to two teams: UT and UGA
Tennessee's D is worse then Nevadas. Even we should score 35 next week.
Too many weapons to try and stop for 60 minutes in order to rely on a great defense. You better be able to keep up with them on the scoreboard and hope that your great defense can make a big play in the fourth quarter.
Watching UT trying to play field position with these guys is just amusing.
Oregon could literally name their score in the 2nd half. But they'll probably pull their starters when they hit 50.
I mean they still put up 450 yards.
This is a thing of beauty.
Worst tackling I've seen by an SEC team. Ever.
I'm glad. F U T
Agreed. Now sure what he is thinking of. Oregon has been explosive on offense for years.
I know Oregon is pretty good, but man is UT BAD.
But were stopped from the endzone when it mattered.
We scored 37 last year in their house and their offense had big play ability.
If this is a close game next week, I would be really concerned about the rest of the season.
2nd Qtr 1:19
So we blow them out next week, 17-7.
More likely Oregon's offense is otherworldly...
Both. UT's D is BAD
They're back ups will keep scoring.
Oregon doesn't take the air out of the ball and run the clock out. Unless Oregon has a couple of turnovers, this will make it to the 60's.
38 - Oregon first half points against UT
40 - Florida two game total against Toledo and Miami
But will Oregon dominate the TOP? That's what matters!
UT has poor sideline to sideline speed and an awful secondary. Their front 7 is ok against a traditional run so don't expect us to blow their doors off like this. We'll grind on them and they'll force Driskel to beat them passing. Their O blows though and our D should have no problems.