So, this was supposed to be Georgia's year?

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  1. iam4uf
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    I'd rather pick on a team other than Florida. Richt was finally supposed to have his day in the sun, but:

    • No National Championship
    • No SEC Championship
    • No SEC-East Championship

    Now that doesn't make me feel any better about UF, but it doesn't make me feel any worse either :)
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    what if uf loses to richt again?
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    UGA's defense was suspect. I figured it was South Carolina's year. Instead, Missouri is the nation's surprise team.
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    If?
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    Yes, Mizzou winning the East would be pretty embarrassing for the Old Guard of the SEC. It would be like Syracuse or Pitt winning the ACC basketball championship this year.
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    It's true we were picked to finish #3 in the east... we might actually still accomplish that.

    uga was picked #1... not even close.
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    there's a good chance they beat us pretty badly.
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    GEORGIA LOST TO VANDERBILT TODAY.

    Yes, the Gators are bad. But all 3 of our losses were on the road to GOOD teams. Vanderbilt is not good.
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    LOL you guys don't get it minus KT'S TD we have not scored an offensive TD in almost over 200 minutes of gameplay or something like that.....that's beyond inept ladies and gentlemen.
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    But KT is on offense and he did score. We didn't score an offensive score against LSU. That is all.

    What if we don't count all offensive TDs this year? Then we haven't scored since.....last year! Instead of minutes, compute in seconds. MORE DRAMA.
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    Uga's misery would be more enjoyable if we were taking advantage of it by taking control of the east, which we could have done today with a W
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    Not sure how I feel. On one hand, I'm happy. On the other, Missouri has not only adapted to SEC play, but is dominating it in just their 2nd season. Without their best player too. Maybe the SEC has fallen off the cliff this year.

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