Found October 01, 2012 on The Lady Sportswriter:
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It isn’t enough for Mark Richt’s fifth-ranked Georgia Bulldogs to defeat the sixth-ranked South Carolina Gamecocks. They have to do something far more drastic Saturday evening. They need to beat them soundly and without much mercy. What is prompting this you ask? Well for starters, what is the first thing you think of when I say Alabama, LSU, Oregon, or Southern California? Those are football programs that you know are going to bring it every single week without much argument from pundits, writers, and “experts.” The reason those programs are in the enviable position of getting “recognition points” before they take a snap is simple: coaching. Nick Saban? We know what he’s about. Les Miles and Urban Meyer as well. Chip Kelly is getting there as fast as his offense is putting up the points, and Lane Kiffin has USC (still burdened a bit by sanctions) humming along as if nothing has changed just off Figueroa. Those guys, want to beat you and make a point while doing it. They want to mak...
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