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bah007
01-24-2008, 08:45 AM
http://the.honoluluadvertiser.com/article/2008/Jan/22/op/hawaii801220304.html

SUGAR BOWL

GEORGIA CAME TO PLAY, UH WARRIORS DID NOT

As a former player, I'm tired of hearing fans and the media say that we were overmatched by bigger, faster, stronger players.

Georgia players are no different than us; the problem was they came to play and we didn't.

Georgia was dominant, not only because they were good athletes, but because their scheme put them in the best position to win.

If Hawai'i (offense) had done the same and utilized/adjusted their scheme to put themselves in the best position, we would not be in the mess we are in now. Believe me, our budget and facilities have nothing to do with what goes on on the field. It's up to the players, and I know for a fact they are looking forward to Florida.

Georgia got lucky, and I say that from a player's point of view. We gave up big plays, which at the end killed us.

But it's over; let's all talk about how we are going to support the program. Let's sell out every game from here on out.

Lene Amosa
Honolulu

sakebomb
01-24-2008, 07:22 PM
They got rolled by a bigger, stronger, and faster team. I watched that Bulldog OL just continue to manhandle the smaller DL of Hawaii.

bah007
01-24-2008, 09:08 PM
They got rolled by a bigger, stronger, and faster team. I watched that Bulldog OL just continue to manhandle the smaller DL of Hawaii.

And Georgia's DL dominated the game.

What did they have? Like 47 sacks?

HOU-TEX
01-25-2008, 09:05 AM
They got rolled by a bigger, stronger, and faster team. I watched that Bulldog OL just continue to manhandle the smaller DL of Hawaii.

I agree, Georgia whopped their butts from the second the clock started. This dude's just blowing smoke for the school's sake.

FWIW, Georgia's D is badass. :cool:

sakebomb
01-26-2008, 09:42 AM
And Georgia's DL dominated the game.

What did they have? Like 47 sacks?

True dat.