It Worked!

My incredibly subtle use of reverse-psychology was a success! Aaron Murray had a great day, going 15 of 24 for 287 yards and 2 touchdowns, the defense did not throw an interception, although they did recover a safety and the special teams played well, holding Vanderbilt to almost 11 yards less than their kick off return average. Drew Butler averaged 49 yards on his punts, including a long of 55 yards and Blair Walsh… well, he missed a chip shot. But at least he didn’t kick it through the wrong uprights.

Overall, I’d the say the boys accounted well for themselves today, scoring almost 16 points more than our season scoring average and recording our first defensive shutout of a SEC opponent since week 2 of the 2006 season. Sure, it was against Vanderbilt, but I’d say that on this Homecoming weekend, the guys from that ’80 team would be proud of the performance of this Dawgs team.

I’ll post up a few plays from the replay later on in the evening of this glorious day.

How ‘Bout Them Dawgs!

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