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Discussion in 'Swamp Gas' started by dadx4, Sep 23, 2013.
Opened at 14. Just win baby. UGA is a 3 point favorite over LSU.
Don't know much about Kentucky other than they have a new coach. Our defense should give them fits. If the offense plays solid, mistake free ball we can win easily. Let's just hope we come away with no more injuries!
UF should be able to shut down their weak offense and win by 17 plus. I may lay the points for a couple of hundred in this game.
Going to Vegas Thursday, did someone say lay the points???
Don't turn the ball over, and we'll score 35 - 40 in this game. Not too worried about UK's offense against our defense.
13.5 points, thats it? Man thats a dream bet.
And the points, too!!!
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Louisville only beat them by 14 . . .
Its hard to take anything from a score in a rivalry like that though. Kentucky probably wants to rip our faces off, but they want to eat UL's first born.
UGA's favored over LSU?
Where's my wallet.
Lol... I know, right. I don't think Georgia is that good either. They're defense leaks like a sieve.
Fortunately for them, Murray seems to be able to fill up the bucket much faster than it leaks.
I want to see that bucket empty out against LSU.
We play them every year and they haven't beaten us since 1986. Their rivalry with UL is relatively new. They want us worse.
Not a vote of confidence in our O, that's for sure.
Clemson begs to differ.
Disagree. They feel the same, if not worse, about Louisville as we do about Florida State. They are 80 miles apart. Because of the intensity of their basketball programs, the interstate connection and the close proximity, their rivalry is bitter. Being that they haven't beaten us since 1986 (a typical graduate of Kentucky and Florida that year would be nearly 50 years old), much of our fan bases never saw the day Kentucky actually beat Florida.
Florida fans don't even give Kentucky any mind, and Kentucky is so accustoned to losing to us that they pretty much see the game as an automatic loss. Not so with Louisville. Pure hatred.
My thoughts exactly, but my comforting thought is our stingy defense.
Kentucky is rated #25 in total offense. The offense isn't terrible. The defense actually held Louisville to 27, which is something UF didn't do last year.
That being said, UK's rushing defense is really bad. WKU and Louisville both went well over 200 yards rushing against them. UF should be able to move the ball pretty easily on the ground against them if they play OK. So UF should be able to win without too many problems if they don't put the ball on the ground too many times.
That being said, if Purifoy and Roberson aren't full speed, and Poole is out for a half, the UF may struggle against the pass a bit in the 1st half before Poole comes back. Could get interesting if UF loses any more DB's.
with Stoops as their new coach and after holding Louisville to 27, I can see a 17-3 type game.
Have to wonder what Joker thinks about his first game back