Can Georgia Handle Tuscaloosa?

Completely off topic, but who says good things don’t come from France? Consider me a francophile. Ok, maybe just an Alizeephile—Alizee is pretty hot.

OK, taking a deep breath here’s a column about Georgia and today’s game. And according to the columnist for the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, the came comes down to the dominating the line of scrimmage. That’s something I completely agree with. Alabama’s line is developing nicely, and may in fact (I can’t believe I’m going to say this) be better than I expected. Georgia’s line is worse than I expected. Will it improve this week? I hope not. Here’s the entire column from the Ledger-Enquirer (in Flash):

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One last thought about last week’s game:

Last year’s clock rules might have led to different outcome in the Arkansas game? That is a possibility, according to Jeff Shain’s column (see below). Total plays per game so far this season is 169.1 compared to 152.6 last year and 168.6 in 2005.