I watched this game, Georgia and Auburn and I waas thoroughly impressed with Georgia being a Notre Dame fan watching how we played them early on.
The year I thought I expected us to lose is a Notre Dame fan and I win that game and we lost close.
I was like, Wow, Georgia doesn't look as good or as powerful as I thought they were going to be watching this game last night between Georgia and Auburn was absolutely sensational as Georgia came out and, yeah, the score was 2114.
It looks closer than it. Waas.
This was a This was an absolute Beetle and my favorite part was tell my wife about this was watching the recording.
My favorite part about watching SEC games is outside of the fact that it's the best conference in college football.
Is that when you watch most SEC in a rivalry games, especially at this point time of the year in November, especially late October and November, you start to see the offensive and defensive line just just quick, like they're up against each other in the paper and they go right.
Whereas when you're watching a watching Notre Dame and Navy.
I did a little stream on that earlier watching that, you see, teams just absolutely like the offensive line of defensive lineman kind of just go in motion and do stuff.
And things were like, not as quick on the line as they usually are when you watch an sec game.
When they got off the line, man, they were fast.
God, they were just so quick off the line. Georgia.
Every time they got off the line, there were quick, fast, powerful.
Watching those things take place in a game is just so magnificent to me because you know these air 1919 22 year old kids and they're coming out and they're flying off the ball and watching this game.
Over all the defensive defensive prowess on the secondary, the linebacker play the front lines of both teams.
Everything defensively was absolutely beautiful in this game, but the one thing that you noticed as the game slowly started taking place.
I know Georgia had a couple of big plays, and that was most of the reason why they won this game.
They're the better team than Auburn. That's not in debate.
Jake from Been there, done that.
Been to a national championship? Have a true freshman himself? Um, George is the better team.
We all know that the way they play it looks like they won 49th it Auburn.
Auburn's fourth quarter was sensational.
It wasthe they came back.
They almost won the game down in the fourth quarter.
They gave themselves a shot. They did.
But for those 1st 3/4 it looked like the scoreboard was 21.
Nothing, but it looked like Georgia was up 42.
Nothing from a physicality perspective.
Auburn was doing things defensively that were absolutely incredible.
But Georgia felt like they were one step ahead and constantly taking that one extra step constantly ahead of Auburn to give themselves a shot.
Did that mean that they were going to beat Auburn handily and dominate? No, it didn't look like that at all.
But if you really watch the game fluctuate especially as field position started changing back and forth, you saw Georgia get more on their end of the field where, as Auburn kept getting pushed just just back, you know, I mean to a point where they could not.
They could not recover and ultimately recover that that that field position battle game? Because that's what these games come down when you have low battlefront tested teams up front in the trenches.
Thes games come down to feel position, and Georgia made a couple of plays here in tow, offset field position and not just do that, but also gave themselves room and running lanes and chances to give themselves an opportunity to work with, whereas unfortunately often just didn't have enough of those opportunities and they didn't have a chance to have it.
They just they just could not.
They could not get back to the functionality that made them successful.
Auburn had to win this game to even be considered having a chance at going into the national championship conversation.
Georgia needed the win this game, too.
Really? Stay in that conversation because obviously, the SEC has got a couple of teams, maybe even Alabama Mike it.
And so this year's conversation, In my opinion, L s U on the house.
They should be the only teams that get into the national championship.
That's just my opinion.
But if you want to come comment and talk about the playoffs scenario.
Talk about where Georgia may go.
These are the kind of games where Georges gotta look and feel like the more dominant factor and they were.
And knowing that understanding that George is playing the best football right now, clinching the sec east again going into, uh, you know, in three weeks, four weeks from now, when they go play the SEC championship, they got a shot again, playing a team.
Either you're looking looking more and more like l s.
You have a shot.
And if they play like this against a team like l s u, they're going to give themselves a shot.
Now, obviously the scoring is gotta be there, Maur, because l issues also real vaulted up front as well, just like most teams in the SEC.
But in regards to their ability to balance and play in that realm and that nature, they're going to need to absolutely show up and play in this nature in the end, this way, because they came into Auburn, physically dominated and physically dominated their opponent to a point where honestly, they were just off kilter and off balance for the majority of the game.
And that's real hard due in regards to a team like Auburn who has the history and has the recency of being a team that's gotten the national championship prowess with the coach that they have.
And so Kirby Smart did his job last night, found a way to get his team rolling and get it going, and Auburn found a way to really try to stifle that in the fourth quarter.
They just, unfortunately, ran out of time.
Georgia was the better team.
They made it. They got it done.
They eventually wanted anywhere, and they were Joe.
I was thoroughly impressed with Georgia last night.
Um, we all hope that girl who got hit on the sideline when Georgia was driving down the lane, driving down the field who got hit and went to the emergency room.
We all hoping are praying that she's gonna be okay.
That was a real scary moment.
When we watched the game, my wife and I were praying for her.
We thought she was way thought.
She was really, really badly hurt.
We hope that she's gonna be okay all together.
I shall never watch this stream.
But if she does we know we're hoping the brain for her and hope she's gonna be okay.
Um, but I was really impressed with this game.
I love defensive battles because they just show so much of what's going to happen in regards to how the line of scrimmage, the backside of the defense, the front side, the defense, how open tackles, defensive defensive back play, all these type of things that are occurring in this in this in this game that occurred, it's so elite like that's That's my favorite part about watching the SEC in regards to the athletes that they have on the defensive side of the ball.
So many guys that go into the NFL play on the defensive side of the ball playing the SEC.
Why? It's because ultimately you seethe speed.
You see the strength of technique is **** near perfect.
The intensity that the ability to get in an offensive player, whether it's receiver, whether it's a running back, whether it's an offensive lineman, to get in their shirt and get in their chest to find a way to get them off balance and make them uncomfortable with your physicality, intensity and passion is what I love most about the SEC because defensively, that's what they do.
They get you uncomfortable offensively.
And when you become uncomfortable, that's when you ultimately figure out what you can be and how you can be the best of yourself.
That's why I love the SEC.
That's why I love it from that perspective.
Now I'm not a die hard SEC fan or anything like that.
But that's why the SEC is the best football.
Not because, oh, they have more talent and more this.
No, they play with a chip on their shoulder when they play defensively.
They got more athletes defensively.
They got more intensity defensively.
They got more of A.
There are more of a way about them defensively.
They're gonna get you uncomfortable.
Whereas all the other teams in college football outside of the sGC except for the you know, outside of the good teams, they just don't just don't come upon you like that.
Like the team like Georgia did last night, Auburn did the same thing up front for a most part of the game.
I mean, this is 21 nothing game going into the fourth quarter often find a way to come in and do what they're supposed to do and make it work.
But let's be 100% honest.
It looked like from a physicality perspective, for the most part, as the game progressed as the game progressed throughout, you saw Georgia make that one, that the extra step per play like purple, it was extra step.
And as the game goes on, those little extra steps means so much more.
And I know Georgia had a couple of bigger plays, a couple of more place that got them scores.
I understand that.
But it's that little extra step that takes you to the next level.
That's what Georgia did, and that's what Georgia ultimately brought to the game and why they want.
It wasn't because they were up 21.
It was because they found a way to be one step ahead of offering the entire game until the fourth.
That was one offer made it interesting.
For the most part, it was it was a sense, a waiting game.
I was thoroughly impressed with it and I hope George keeps this up because if they could get into the playoffs and play like that, they're gonna be a tough out So, uh, props to them props.
All that great game in the sec.
Uh, thanks again for watching.
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A couple of minutes rambling for a minute.
But for the most part Ah, and the SEC, obviously as we know Georgia clinching the SEC East.
Ellis, you looking like the favorite in SEC West to keep it going.
You got all these teams that are still out there, too, And his injury.
I'm not gonna talk about to his injury here, but it is a big deal, obviously missing him and seeing him out for the rest of the year.
It is gonna be tough.
It's gonna be brutal for for them now, with Alabama trying to get into a playoff spot.
I'm not saying I don't want Alabama in the playoff because seeing them in the playoffs Nice Nick Savings.
One of the best coaches in all of college football.
You also have no miles on it.
at Auburn and you have all these other teams.
You have a lot of things going on in the SEC that are really, really good things.
Obviously, that's why they always represent the national championship because they always have really, really good tradition and good teams and good programs and etcetera.
And so understanding that and knowing that, uh, I hope that, too, it can come back healthy.
We never want to see an injury.
We never want to see a problem.
But for the most part, if he can't come back healthy and doesn't look good and gets drafted in the NFL, he could snowball into a problem for him.
Alabama's gonna find missing, too.
Uh, they're still gonna be fine.
There should be a good team Whether they play in the playoff, whether they don't they're still be really good next year walking in without to where they're still gonna be fine.
Alabama still dummy Alabama.
As long as next saving is there, they're gonna be good.
So Georgia getting the wind more than likely looking like they're gonna play L s U in the S E.
Championship here about 23 weeks.
It's gonna be fun college football's given itself ago.
I'm excited to see how it plays itself out, but that game was great last night.
Have a good one.