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Alabama and Georgia Offensive Lines Not What They Used to Be! Poor Rushing Totals Signal Future Problems in Brutal Schedules. 9-3-2013
September 3, 2013
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Corey McCartney sets out major offensive line concerns for the two SEC powers.
Georgia, beyond Todd Gurley's 75 yard TD run, averaged only 3.6 yards per carry against a not so tough Clemson defense. Besides injuries to Gurley and Malcom Mitchell (who was on the Biletnikoff Award pre-season watch list), the inability to run and chew up clock to keep the Georgia defense fresh cost the Bulldogs the game.

Alabama's O could generate only 96 yards rushing, after last season's 227.5 average rushing yards per game.

Alabama has 11 days to prepare for Texas A&M, while Georgia faces "Ball Coach" Steve Spurrier and South Carolina this weekend.FrownFrown

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September 4, 2013
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I'll bet Coach Saban will have that Crimson Tide O line in shape by the Texas A&M game.Manziel's crass behavior in the Rice game will not endear him to traditionalist coaches and players...and no school has more traditional football folks, coaches, and players than Alabama.
Notre Dame has not won a national championship in 24 years...and before that 11 years. So,the Irish have won 1 NC in the last 34 years? So have Colorado, Ohio State, Georgia Tech, Michigan, and BYU. Alabama has won 6; Miami 5; Florida 3; LSU 2; Nebraska 3; SoCal 3; and Oklahoma 2.

Has there ever been a more hyped college team than Notre Dame in the last 30 years?Laugh

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