The sun came up today, but it sure didn’t feel like it.
It still feels like a nightmare, a bad dream that you can'[t believe happened. To me, the loss doesn’t bother me. It’s the fear that this was Georgia’s best chance at a MNC, and you never know when it’ll happen again.
I felt like I was watching the end of the Friday Night Lights movie.
This is certain – Aaron Murray was one play from being a Georgia legend, maybe bigger than Herschel – and the Falcons would have needed a new stadium right away, because the Georgia Dome would have been destroyed by a bedlam of fans.
Unfortunately it was not to be, another chapter in possibly the most snakebit football program in SEC history.
Losing hurts, anyone who questions the intensity of this team or coaching staff’s showing yesterday is welcome to exit stage right. This team was counted out by most everyone, including a former UGA legend on ESPN and was a tipped pass away from shocking Alabama and the college football world. If you want someone’s head on a platter after that, there’s a Falcons bandwagon waiting for you.
I’m not sure how long it’ll take to get over this loss. I can’t imagine how much harder it’ll be for Georgia’s players – let’s hope it occurs before a bowl game.