How about dem Horned Frogs

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well taking one game as gospel sure sounds like someone who failed Football 101


I remember a year where the NYJ with Drew Bledsoe beat the Pats 31-0 in the opening game.

Then the pats went on to win the SB.

BUT according to your IDIOTIC reasoning the Pats were not in the Jets class

I think someone is just butt-sore from the raping of TCU. lol
 

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I don't even think the game was due to a big gap in talent. Sure Georgia was more talented but not 40+ points better. Those TCU coaches let their players down. They were completely outclassed by Georgia's coaches...it's obvious TCU was not prepared at all. Kirby Smart and his staff had TCU scouted and knew exactly what they would try to do on offense and defense. Seems like the TCU just treated it as another game in the season.
 

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Like I said, UGA is the better team, but they are not that much better. TCU needed a lights out game to beat them, but they went the opposite way and choked in the spotlight. So you think Georgia would have done the same against Michigan? A Michigan team that beat the brakes off OSU, the same OSU that came within a missed FG of beating Georgia? No, I understand Georgia fans are feeling their oats today, and rightfully so, but as someone who has no dog in this fight, pardon the pun, I say it was a matter of TCU melting in the spotlight, but I also agree Georgia has more talent. Just not that much more.
Oh common, dude. Is your memory that short? UGA blasted Michigan last year in the Orange Bowl. Michigan can't compete against the top of the SEC either.

As for OSU -UGA , you could see the clash of future NFL talent. CJ Stroud is probably the first player taken in the draft, and he played the best game of his career against UGA........and he probably wins if future all-pro Marvin Harrison JR doesn't get knocked out.

UGA-TCU was a different match-up. The talent disparity was glaring. Of course on any given night, UGA could have bad game, and maybe the score isn't 65-7 but TCU is not anywhere in the class of UGA. Not sure what you saw.
 

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I don't even think the game was due to a big gap in talent. Sure Georgia was more talented but not 40+ points better. Those TCU coaches let their players down. They were completely outclassed by Georgia's coaches...it's obvious TCU was not prepared at all. Kirby Smart and his staff had TCU scouted and knew exactly what they would try to do on offense and defense. Seems like the TCU just treated it as another game in the season.

No. UGA isn't 40 points better. They are 58 points better and would have been a lot more if Georgia didn't pull their starters with an entire quarter of football left. Thats just a fact. Anything else is just excuses and conjecture.

TCU got hit in the mouth and had no answer. No coach in the country could have taken the talent on TCU and beaten UGA.
 

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^Of course TCU wasn't going to win but the talent level is not a 58-point difference. Georgia made it look like a scrimmage out there, they knew exactly what TCU was going to do. Kirby Smart credited their scout team for preparing, his staff knew what it took to win on that stage. TCU's coordinators are from Tulsa and SMU, they were trying to play checkers against a team that has played chess against Saban.

Those TCU coaches choked and judging by Sonny Dykes' response in the postgame, he knew it.
 

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^Of course TCU wasn't going to win but the talent level is not a 58-point difference. Georgia made it look like a scrimmage out there, they knew exactly what TCU was going to do. Kirby Smart credited their scout team for preparing, his staff knew what it took to win on that stage. TCU's coordinators are from Tulsa and SMU, they were trying to play checkers against a team that has played chess against Saban.

Those TCU coaches choked and judging by Sonny Dykes' response in the postgame, he knew it.
They did choke. But there is no game plan they could have implemented that would have resulted in anything less than a blowout. I knew this game was over in the first quarter just watching the line play. TCU's OL and DL were no match physically for UGA.
 

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Not sure what you saw.
I said UGA is the better team with more talent, so I'm not sure what you saw. You seem offended that someone suggest that if things had gone right for TCU, they would have made a game of it. I know you are a UGA homer who thinks your team is God's gift to football, but they were lucky to even be in the championship game, it should have been OSU.
 

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I said UGA is the better team with more talent, so I'm not sure what you saw. You seem offended that someone suggest that if things had gone right for TCU, they would have made a game of it. I know you are a UGA homer who thinks your team is God's gift to football, but they were lucky to even be in the championship game, it should have been OSU.
I'm actually an Alabama homer, and I'm pretty sure I just saw the most lopsided match-up in NCAA bowl history. Under no circumstances was TCU going to win that game.....not on their best day. I'm not offended by your opinion. I'm entertained by the delusion of it. If UGA was '"lucky" to be there, TCU should be thanking their lucky stars OSU didn't show up and put 100 on them. lol

TCU punched above their weight all year. It just finally caught up to them. I suspect their first appearance in the CFP will also be their last unless they expand to 16 teams. And bad news for the UGA bashers is that they aren't going anywhere and should be favored to three-peat.
 
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I'm actually an Alabama homer, and I'm pretty sure I just saw the most lopsided match-up in NCAA bowl history. Under no circumstances was TCU going to win that game.....not on their best day. I'm not offended by your opinion. I'm entertained by the delusion of it. If UGA was '"lucky" to be there, TCU should be thanking their lucky stars OSU didn't show up and put 100 on them. lol

TCU punched above their weight all year. It just finally caught up to them. I suspect their first appearance in the CFP will also be their last unless they expand to 16 teams. And bad news for the UGA bashers is that they aren't going anywhere and should be favored to three-peat.
explains a lot about you, admitting you are a alabama homer
None of it good
 

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explains a lot about you, admitting you are a alabama homer
None of it good
You seem to have me confused with someone who cares about your dumb opinion.

The only fact here is 65-7. LMAO!!
 
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And bad news for the UGA bashers is that they aren't going anywhere and should be favored to three-peat.
See, you think because someone says if they played a lights out game TCU could have made it competitive, not that they would win, just that they would not have been blown out and you find that offensive for some reason. No one has bashed UGA, we have all said they are the better team with more talent.

I'm actually an Alabama home
So you're an SEC homer. You're some sort of fanatic is what you are. What are you, like 16 years old? Your responses have been very childish.
 

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See, you think because someone says if they played a lights out game TCU could have made it competitive, not that they would win, just that they would not have been blown out and you find that offensive for some reason. No one has bashed UGA, we have all said they are the better team with more talent.


So you're an SEC homer. You're some sort of fanatic is what you are. What are you, like 16 years old? Your responses have been very childish.
"Homers" believe something that just ain't true in spite of the evidence. That makes you and your butt buddy homers not me. The SEC doesn't require defending. The record speaks for itself. The national recruiting rankings and NFL draft all prove the same. If you want to stick your head in the sand and pretend it ain't so, I'll refer you to the 65-7 score once again, Homer.

The TCU coach opened his mouth about UGA playing the citadel week 10 while they had to play Texas. Most of my UGA fan friends thought it was hilarious b/c none of us take Big 12 football seriously. We take it even less seriously now. Jokes on you bub.
 

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"Homers" believe something that just ain't true in spite of the evidence. That makes you and your butt buddy homers not me. The SEC doesn't require defending. The record speaks for itself. The national recruiting rankings and NFL draft all prove the same. If you want to stick your head in the sand and pretend it ain't so, I'll refer you to the 65-7 score once again, Homer.
See, childish. Again, no one has said UGA is not a great team, we have said they are better than TCU and have more talent, we have only said on a better night TCU could have at least been competitive, and you get angrier and angrier ever time that is said. I have no dog in this fight, all I have said is TCU would have had to play a lights out game to have a chance against Georgia, and you found that highly offensive. Childish.

And again, if not for their kicker missing chip shot field goal, you're vaunted team would have been home watching OSU and TCU play.
 

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I don't even think the game was due to a big gap in talent. Sure Georgia was more talented but not 40+ points better. Those TCU coaches let their players down. They were completely outclassed by Georgia's coaches...it's obvious TCU was not prepared at all. Kirby Smart and his staff had TCU scouted and knew exactly what they would try to do on offense and defense. Seems like the TCU just treated it as another game in the season.
Georgia is superior. Big XII is weak.
 

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"Homers" believe something that just ain't true in spite of the evidence. That makes you and your butt buddy homers not me. The SEC doesn't require defending. The record speaks for itself. The national recruiting rankings and NFL draft all prove the same. If you want to stick your head in the sand and pretend it ain't so, I'll refer you to the 65-7 score once again, Homer.

The TCU coach opened his mouth about UGA playing the citadel week 10 while they had to play Texas. Most of my UGA fan friends thought it was hilarious b/c none of us take Big 12 football seriously. We take it even less seriously now. Jokes on you bub.
If we are talking about 2022, UGA was far and away the best team in football, but that doesn't mean the Big 12 was weak or that the rest of the SEC was all that dominant. None of the SEC teams (except for UGA) can make a case to have been all that great. The SEC runner up lost to Florida State. The almighty Alabama barely squeaked by Texas (and lost to the team that lost to Florida State). Tennessee, who I believe should have been ranked ahead of Alabama, got blown out by a mediocre South Carolina and need overtime to beat Pitt.

I don't see UGA 3-peating but given their laughably easy schedule, they should cruise to the SECCG. LSU just might be the class of the conference next year. IMHO the true CCG is the LSU/Alabama game.
 
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