Bonus Key: From Old-Man Football to Grown-Man Football to Old-Time Football

We’re gonna hit ‘em hard boys. And yes…the referee is wearing a tie.

Yesterday, we identified five keys to the upcoming match-up between UGA’s Dawgs and the USC Gamecocks.  Kirk Herbstreit at College Gameday (prior to Lee Corso putting on a giant cock head) discussed the importance of ball control and long drives.  Herbstreit is absolutely correct in his assessment.

Nick Saban fears that football is turning into a track meet, and frankly, I am inclined to agree with him…but not that we should change rules to slow the game down.  However!  When it comes to Georgia and South Carolina today, long drives will be an investment in a dominant fourth quarter.  Watch time of possession carefully in this one.

Related posts:

  1. Old Man Attack: On Missouri’s Sheldon Richardson, The Old Man and the Sea (& Acceptance)
  2. Georgia Running Back Richard Samuel’s Time To Shine is 2012.
  3. Maddawg’s Play of The Day – College Football Week 10 (November 5, 2011)
  4. Life After Richt – Be Careful What You Wish For
  5. ESPN College Gameday Appreciation (GameDay Heads to Knoxville)

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