Personally, I’m glad it’s over

If anything else, the Gator Bowl loss to Nebraska means one thing more than anything else – closure.

You want frustration, this season has been full of it with injuries, unbelievably bad luck, defensive misadventures and haphazard efforts on special teams.

Unless you are playing in a BCS Bowl, a bowl game is pretty much, as Corbin Dawg alluded to earlier, an exhibition. Oh sure, they are fun to go to for fans (me and Lugnut’s dad enjoyed ourselves in Jacksonville) and players get to do some cool things. But for the most part, bowls do not define your season.

Regardless of Georgia’s result in Jacksonville, it does not change the fact that three damning issues exist within the program going into the offseason that would be the same if Georgia would have rallied to win:

- An atrocious defensive secondary

- Bad News Bears special teams play

- Hutson Mason getting a firm enough grasp of the offense

If there is a silver lining, it’s that this team heads into the offseason pissed off. If this team needed a wakeup call, Nebraska may have done Georgia a big favor.

Go Dawgs!

Lugnut Dawg

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1 Response to “Personally, I’m glad it’s over”


  1. 1 AthensHomerDawg January 2, 2014 at 4:33 pm

    Well the secondary has been riding the snooze button longer than my college rm ever did. Still I can appreciate the upbeat tenor.
    Thanks.


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