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Post From Phil Steele’s lips…

Thursday October 7, 2010

Phil, or at least his computer, sees a big weekend for Aaron Murray and Georgia’s defense en route to the win.

My QB’s of the week are: Aaron Murray, Georgia, Zach Collaros, Cincinnati and Kevin Riley, California

Aaron Murray, Georgia-The redshirt Freshman has not been the reason the Bulldogs are just 1-4 on the year as he is avg 220 pass ypg (61%) with a 8-3 ratio. This will be the 2nd week with WR AJ Green back in the lineup and I expect them to get their timing down even more against a Tennessee defense that is giving up 254 pass ypg to FBS this year. My computer projects 313 pass yds for the Bulldogs and if Murray gets to that number, he will have a career day.

My Top Defenses of the Week: USF, Georgia and Florida

Georgia is just 1-4 this year and desperately need a win here. They are playing with legitimate revenge year after getting whipped 45-19 LY in Knoxville. Despite the tough start the Bulldogs still have my #25 defense and will take on a #75 offense that is still adjusting to the new schemes of HC Dooley. My computer projects just 17 pts and 240 yds for the Volunteers as Georgia ends their first 4 game losing streak since 1990.

2 Responses to 'From Phil Steele’s lips…'

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  • Now where does Phil and his computer play? Is Phil a head coach, and what position does the computer play each week?

    Alot of protest about the coaches and team. May I pull out a yellow hanky and throw it on the broadcast crew of Howard and Zier. No one is Munson, but gosh almighty these two should call a high school game. UGA can do better than these two.

  • David Greene ended his career with the Most Wins as Starting Quarterback in 1-A NCAA History.

    Aaron Murray is 1-4.

    There has been this evaluation method set-up for all these years, that this is the measure.

    Now, all of a sudden, there is some other measure ?

    I presume, of course, the measure is not ball batted down at the line of scrimmage, that it is not how many passes should have been intercepted thrown directly only to the secondary, that it is not the 34 carries by the QB for only 39 yards total in the last 4 games after a cupcake to begin the season, that it is not the NCAA Rank # 73 Total Offense all season long including the cupcake first game, that it is not the NCAA Rank # 79 Scoring Offense all season long either, and I presume the measure is not that he is sacked the # 87 worst in the nation his first 5 games.

    I find this kind of comment, way off base.

    For the first 4 games, there is no doubt that our best player is and was Aaron Murray. You might want to note that against the 3 SEC teams we have played already this season that ALL THREE (3) HAD FAR BETTER QUARTERBACKS THAN WE.