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  1. Outside of the already mentioned A&M win in 2013, we beat Ole Miss in Oxford in 2014 when they were ranked 4th. The only other road wins against ranked teams I think were Kansas State 2014, A&M 2015, and Ole Miss 2016 but none of those were high ranked teams.
  2. You could argue A&M has a tougher schedule but it is pretty close. I definitely think A&M and us are 1 and 2 for toughest in the nation.
  3. I am not sure it is fair to use Gatewood's stats from this game. He had fresh legs, coming in late into a game that was already won, against a worn out defense, that was far over matched. His numbers were great and he looked great running the ball but he was also in a situation that was easier to succeed. We are 3-0 under Nix's play and I think he should not lose his starting role until he does something to deserve to lose it. I definitely wouldn't mind seeing Gatewood get more playing time and have his role expanded.
  4. I wonder if that wasn't part of the deal to sign Pickens. Auburn told him he has to get his grades in order and Smart told him not to worry about it, they will get him in. This wouldn't be the first time Hoover changed grades to get a kid qualified. That is the way it was done when Smart was at bama so why wouldn't he keep doing it at uga?
  5. It is Kirby Smart and Hoover High School. He will definitely qualify.
  6. Somebody brought that up on the radio a few days ago and the hosts said that rule only applied to off-field analyst type positions. There are no restrictions for coaches and recruits from the same school if it is an on field position.
  7. Isn't bama looking for a new OC? Seems like Propst's character and personality would be a perfect fit there.
  8. I don't think it is so much the right move as it is the reality of the way things are going to be whether we want it or not. Gus is not giving up control of the offense and having some sort of tug of war with the coordinator every season for offensive control is not working. At least this way we would have one direction to go with the offense under Malzahn's control which would remove confusion for the players and coaches and at the end of the year we would know who to credit or blame for offensive success or a lack of success. With all of the turmoil around the program right now, I doubt we have a lot of options for a good OC anyway.
  9. In that clip you can see the score is 27-10 which was long after the targeting call. I have a hard time believing Malzahn would be saying that an hour or two later.
  10. I agree with your point but it does seem like this game would be a better draw than MSU vs La Tech which is a 6:30 game.
  11. So on that first play, is it designed so that Driscoll doesn't block anybody and he just hauls ass upfield? It looked like his plan from the time the ball was snapped was to block the safety. At the end of that play, you have 2 offensive linemen trying to block 5 or 6 Southern Miss players, Horton is jogging just outside of the pile doing nothing, and the other two are nowhere to be seen. So is that the result of linemen not doing their job or really terrible play design? Maybe both?
  12. He is being investigated. He has been investigated. If he isn't cleared then he should be disqualified. I am not arguing to put him on the bench no matter what, I simply don't want to see somebody's career be ruined by accusations that are not true. As I mentioned in my previous post, most of the accusations against him have already been shown to be false or ridiculous. I think Ford's is most credible but there are issues with her story and nobody has corroborated her story. If you don't think he is qualified to be a Supreme Court judge based on his experience, then fine, but Ford's accusation should not be a reason to disqualify him without any form of proof or evidence to support it.
  13. I would be fine if one person could be produced to corroborate they were at this party. If one of the guys or girls at this party were able to put these two and Judge at the same place around that time frame then that would be a big deal to me in her favor. Just her being able to add more detail might help. So far, every person she said was there doesn't recall this party. She doesn't recall most of the party which is suspicious. How can she not remember who she went with and especially how she got home immediately following this event. Why do her statements vary in the number of people there? I believe in the notion of burden of proof and that Kavanaugh is not responsible for proving his innocence, his guilt has to be proven by the accuser. Look at the other accusers. Ramirez has already been quoted by her friends as saying she wasn't sure it was Kavanaugh and she made the accusation anyway. Swetnick's story is absurd and unbelievable and she made the accusation anyway. The one about him pushing his date against a wall has been called a lie by the woman he was dating. The one about him assaulting a woman on a boat was recanted. Out of 5 accusations, 1 is somewhat believable but there are holes in the story, and the rest are proven lies or obvious lies. You have a precedent in this case for fabricating and lying to try and attack Kavanaugh. So yeah, I have a hard time just taking anybody's word on accusations against him at this point.
  14. I couldn't care less about Kavanaugh personally. As you said, I had never heard of him before two months ago. But any person potentially having a long successful career and life ruined by an accusation without any evidence or proof to support it, I will defend somebody against that any day of the week.
  15. He did a decent job against Saban's LSU teams.