I'm beginning this at the start of the fourth quarter, where we are currently down 35-0 and just started with a 3-and-out. It could be much worse (and maybe it will be at 00:00), but there's no solace. About the best two things that have happened so far today is that I fried some awesome chicken and made a killer pot of collard greens for lunch and, so far, there have been no death threats. The latter could change if McElwain tells us in the presser that he's contemplating suicide as his next ploy to gain some sympathy. Uh oh! Another long TD gallop by the Dawgs, by their scrubs, no less. 42-0. Gonna be tough finding positives, but we'll give it the old college try as we move forward. First though, our streak at being shut out is in jeopardy. Another McElwain milestone looms on the horizon. Let's begin the dissection: *Alright, positives first...POTG Johnny Townsend. Kid almost pulls off a coffin corner from his own 30! Punt Cover was not as bad tonight. Perine had some good runs. Defense stiffened at the end of the first half and for part of the third. Tavin Bryan played pretty well, I thought. The first series of the first half was a win for us, as the D forced a 3-and-out. Now for the rest of it... *Franks is not real good, but after watching our receivers and route trees pretty closely (kudos to CBS and the replays as well as Danielson's commentary), we don't help him any. Combination of poor design and outside of a very few, we have a receiving corps that looks slow and unathletic, as well as undisciplined. Georgia's D is pretty good and Kirby was a damn good secondary coach and D coordinator, but we made them look even better than they are. *I lost count on how many offensive penalties we incurred. Absolutely ridiculous, but I'm not surprised. Not like we had any distractions last week or that game prep has ever been an issue. SMH still... *Potential McElwain rally cry..."We were able to keep our streak of consecutive games without being shutout alive!" Beside that, maybe he could use it as a negotiation tool for his buyout or, who knows, an extension? *Football 101 moment. The quick slant UGA threw to #7 for a nice gain on third down (I believe) was text book. Walk-on LB was in man coverage. A good OC and QB will find that immediately and attack. As an added extra, Chauncey Gardner was injured after getting trucked on the tackle attempt while standing flat-footed. Object lesson is that Swag comes more from the walk than the talk. *While on the subject of hits, it looked like UGA was popping us pretty good. Us? Not so much. Bad enough to be so fundamentally unsound, but when you aren't real physical either, you won't get much done on that side of the ball. *Neuheisel just said our longest pass play was 8 yards and, I think I heard right, that we threw for 66 overall. We won't win many with that production. OL was pretty poor most of the game and pass pro was bad, as evidenced by 5 sacks allowed and I don't know how many hurries. Coaching note to Franks: I know you're trying to avoid a negative play, but it's probably too late to try and get rid of it when you're in the grasp. *Other than Duke's pick there was nothing in the way of turnovers caused. Thus, we were probably 6 or 7 shy of what we needed to keep it close. This a tell-tale deficiency and drop off for our D. I can't help but feel the worm is turning in this series. Hopefully someone higher up thinks and it becomes a priority to make a great future hire. To repeat about McElwain, and to quote General Maximus..."This not it! This not it!" No doubt, but his lame-brained full retard snowflake moment last week sealed the deal before we ever crossed the Duval county line. Inexcusable and not to be tolerated. A change has got to be made and the sooner the better. Sadly, we don't look to have a sure fire win left on the schedule. Mizzou looks more formidable now and the Nole$, despite how bad they are, can't be considered a lock by any means. Nevertheless, I'll still be rootin' hard, just not for the standing HBC. Hoping the players can win in spite of him. Again, I've never felt as strongly like this about any of our coaches, even Zook and Muschamp. Go Gators!