2015 Broyles Award Finalist University of Georgia Head Coach Kirby Smart

12-8-2015

 

 

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What does Coach Kirby Paul Smart have to do to be better than his predecessor over the last 8 years – for which his predecessor was FIRED ?

12-8-2015 Day After Coach Kirby Smart introduced in Press Conference

What does Coach Kirby have to do to be better than his predecessor his predecessor’s last 8 years here for which his predecessor was FIRED ?

Well ?

Just how mediocre the bar for success – the 15 Goals – did Coach Kirby Smart’s predecessor set these most recent most current latest 8 years of mediocrity fawned over still as great by his apologists, excuse makers, and liars  – with all this talent ?  How poor the results for him for 8 entire seasons that now Coach Kirby Smart must do better than to justify his predecessor being fired in your mind ?

Well ?

Speak up ?

All you do is whine about Greg McGarity and how great the guy he fired.  It was Jere Morehead’s decision, not Greg McGarity who only made his recommendation which is the SAME AS MINE, by God Above !

First below I provide YOU the URL Link, then 2nd I provide the table found at that URL Link of what Coach Kirby Smart has to do for next 8 years to be better than we’ve been for the last entire 8 years now, then 3rd after the table I provide you a one-line description how bad we’ve been.  In case you cannot read or did not know, since there seems to be some question about all this specifically winning you say still to this day to all of those still fretting over him being FIRED for this :

N.B. he accomplished these “feats” to set the bar this low with the # 8 Scout.com Average Recruiting Ranking and # 5 Most NFL Draft Picks 86 of which 17 are Starters in the NFL for The Georgia Bulldogs Football Program # 11 All-Time in Wins and # 4 All-Time in Bowl Wins.  In THIS state with all this talent regarded as # 3 best state sending recruits to Power 5 Conferences and # 1 best to SEC and # 4 most to any college to play football !  Criminal !

Let me go pull the 1-line descriptions out for you as a Summary before I provide you the DETAILED proof.  You will forever be lying about 10-win seasons for the bastard.  Yet you can see at the end, the last table, is the list of 33 teams 2015 who can have 10-win seasons in 1-AA Division FBS Football Bowl Subdivision.

 

33 Thirty-three 10-Win Season Teams 2015 !

 

33.

 

He was a dumbass.  He squandered talent.  His goals were trophy for everyone.  He was more interested in leading the boys to Jesus Christ and said so than coaching.  He could NOT win the Big Games.  He NEVER got us on the Big Stage the end of ANY season the Nation Watching us and our Bowl Opponent Both Ranked at the Top of the Final AP Poll as The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs have done 15 times before he got here and NONE since, mostly won by UGA at the rate of higher than all teams except really just 1.  And, of these 15 Big Huge Bowl Games by UGA, 6 we were ranked # 1 by this poll or that poll – polls used by ALL OTHER teams to claim their 6 National Championships with.

# 31 vs Top 10 not at Home for season year after 2007 miserable 1-10

# 31 vs Bowl Teams after 2007 miserable 36-31

# 27 vs Ranked Bowl Teams time of game after 2007 miserable 15-23

# 28 vs Top 10 time of game after 2007 miserable 5-12

# 25 vs Ranked Teams time of game after 2007 miserable 16-23

# 25 vs Ranked Teams time of game not at Home after 2007 miserable 9-15

# 27 vs Ranked Teams for season year after 2007 miserable 11-25

# 32 vs Top 10 for season year after 2007 miserable 2-15

# 32 vs Ranked Teams season year Away games after 2007 miserable 2-8

# 37 vs Ranked time of game not at Home after 2007 miserable 8-12

# 41 vs Both Teams Ranked season year after 2007 miserable 8-12

# 39 vs Both Teams Ranked time of game after 2007 miserable 14-18

# 40 vs Top 15 time of game after 2007 miserable 6-18

# 27 vs Ranked Teams season year not at Home after 2007 miserable 6-17

# 31 vs Top 10 season year not at Home after 2007 miserable 1-10

# 33 vs other teams trying to be 10-win season 2015

 

Now, here are the DETAILS of these 15 goals for Coach Kirby Paul Smart over he next 8 years to compare with the latest 8 years for which his predecessor was FIRED summarily :

 

(1) http://www.cfbtrivia.com/cfbt_records.php?fry=2008&thy=2015&away=on&neut=on&yrk=on&yrr=on&yrl=01&yrh=10&cres=1

 

Team records (Current FBS Teams) Years 2008-2015
Opponents that are/were ranked at the end of the year (or currently) from 01 to 10
Highest Rank of the AP Poll or Coaches Poll
Showing Actual Game Results
Away and Neutral Site Games

 

Pos Team Record Points Opps Rec (-HtH)
1. Boise St. (2-1-0)–0.66667 (23.33-19.67) (32-4-0)–0.88889
2. Alabama (7-6-0)–0.53846 (30.08-25.92) (151-13-0)–0.92073
3. Michigan St. (5-5-0)–0.50000 (23.60-32.20) (107-17-0)–0.86290
3. Northwestern (1-1-0)–0.50000 (20.00-40.00) (21-3-0)–0.87500
5. Florida St. (3-4-0)–0.42857 (26.00-35.14) (81-9-0)–0.90000
6. Florida (7-10-0)–0.41176 (22.76-24.65) (189-24-0)–0.88732
7. South Carolina (4-6-0)–0.40000 (19.40-33.40) (117-8-0)–0.93600
7. Ohio St. (4-6-0)–0.40000 (29.20-30.30) (111-13-0)–0.89516
7. Texas (4-6-0)–0.40000 (20.40-29.60) (105-15-0)–0.87500
10. Oregon (5-8-0)–0.38462 (29.69-31.08) (149-15-0)–0.90854
11. USC (3-5-0)–0.37500 (27.00-31.50) (84-13-0)–0.86598
12. Auburn (4-8-0)–0.33333 (20.83-34.83) (133-17-0)–0.88667
12. Utah (2-4-0)–0.33333 (21.17-32.17) (63-9-0)–0.87500
14. Stanford (3-7-0)–0.30000 (26.40-32.00) (108-14-0)–0.88525
15. LSU (3-9-0)–0.25000 (17.17-24.83) (135-13-0)–0.91216
15. TCU (2-6-0)–0.25000 (23.88-28.75) (89-8-0)–0.91753
15. Oklahoma (2-6-0)–0.25000 (26.25-34.88) (89-9-0)–0.90816
15. Iowa (1-3-0)–0.25000 (20.50-21.75) (43-6-0)–0.87755
15. North Carolina (1-3-0)–0.25000[1] (22.75-29.75) (42-6-0)–0.87500
15. Louisville (1-3-0)–0.25000 (19.50-35.50) (40-7-0)–0.85106
21. Mississippi (2-8-0)–0.20000 (18.90-32.40) (110-15-0)–0.88000
21. Clemson (2-8-0)–0.20000 (23.00-34.30) (109-17-0)–0.86508
21. Georgia Tech (2-8-0)–0.20000 (25.70-36.50) (105-17-0)–0.86066
21. Duke (1-4-0)–0.20000 (17.80-46.80) (56-8-0)–0.87500
25. Virginia Tech (1-6-0)–0.14286 (21.14-32.00) (79-8-0)–0.90805
25. Texas A&M (1-6-0)–0.14286 (22.29-40.14) (76-11-0)–0.87356
25. Oklahoma St. (1-6-0)–0.14286 (27.86-39.57) (75-11-0)–0.87209
28. Penn St. (1-7-0)–0.12500 (12.62-38.38) (83-14-0)–0.85567
29. Wisconsin (1-9-0)–0.10000 (22.20-35.20) (110-17-0)–0.86614
31. Georgia (1-10-0)–0.09091 (22.18-36.91) (124-15-0)–0.89209
30. Nebraska (1-10-0)–0.09091 (24.00-37.55) (116-20-0)–0.85294

vs Top 10 not at Home for the season year after 2007 miserable 1-10 nationally # 31

 

(2) http://www.cfbtrivia.com/cfbt_records.php?fry=2008&thy=2015&bwl=on&tbwl=on&jrc=on&cres=1&scrview=1

 

Team records (Current FBS Teams) Years 2008-2015
Showing Actual Game Results
Teams that went to bowls Teams that went to bowls

 

Pos Team Record
1. Alabama (60-12-0)–0.83333
2. Oregon (46-16-0)–0.74194
3. Ohio St. (43-15-0)–0.74138[1]
4. TCU (38-14-0)–0.73077
5. Boise St. (42-16-0)–0.72414
6. Oklahoma (50-21-0)–0.70423
7. Stanford (39-18-0)–0.68421
8. Florida St. (46-22-0)–0.67647
9. Kent St. (4-2-0)–0.66667
9. San Jose St. (4-2-0)–0.66667
11. Michigan St. (43-22-0)–0.66154
12. Utah (28-15-0)–0.65116
13. Florida (40-23-0)–0.63492
14. Oklahoma St. (42-26-0)–0.61765
15. LSU (39-25-0)–0.60938
16. Missouri (31-20-0)–0.60784
17. Auburn (35-23-0)–0.60345
18. Clemson (42-28-0)–0.60000
18. Notre Dame (36-24-0)–0.60000
20. Cincinnati (28-20-0)–0.58333
21. Houston (23-17-0)–0.57500
22. Baylor (27-20-0)–0.57447
23. Texas (31-23-0)–0.57407
23. USC (31-23-0)–0.57407
25. South Carolina (36-27-0)–0.57143
25. North Texas (4-3-0)–0.57143
27. Virginia Tech (41-31-0)–0.56944
28. Wisconsin (32-25-0)–0.56140
29. Western Ky. (10-8-0)–0.55556
30. Arkansas (25-21-0)–0.54348
31. Georgia (36-31-0)–0.53731

vs Teams who went to a bowl game that year he played them after 2007 miserable 36-31 nationally # 31

 

(3) http://www.cfbtrivia.com/cfbt_records.php?fry=2008&thy=2015&grk=on&breakdown=on&sgrb=on&cres=1&scrview=5&tview=4&sortby=BTM

 

Team records Years 2008-2015
Opponents that are/were ranked during game time
Highest Rank of the AP Poll or Coaches Poll
Showing Actual Game Results
Sorting by Bowl Team Percentage

 

Pos Team Record Game T10 Game Rnk Majors Bwl Tms Home Away Neutral
1 Alabama (38-12-0)–0.760 (20-7-0)–0.741 (38-12-0)–0.760 (38-11-0)–0.776 (37-12-0)–0.755 (13-4-0)–0.765 (13-4-0)–0.765 (12-4-0)–0.750
2 Oregon (27-11-0)–0.711 (10-7-0)–0.588 (27-11-0)–0.711 (26-10-0)–0.722 (26-10-0)–0.722 (12-3-0)–0.800 (10-4-0)–0.714 (5-4-0)–0.556
3 Stanford (25-12-0)–0.676 (9-8-0)–0.529 (25-12-0)–0.676 (25-12-0)–0.676 (23-11-0)–0.676 (15-4-0)–0.789 (7-6-0)–0.538 (3-2-0)–0.600
4 Ohio St. (22-12-0)–0.647[1] (6-6-0)–0.500 (22-12-0)–0.647 (22-12-0)–0.647 (21-12-0)–0.636 (7-5-0)–0.583 (10-4-0)–0.714 (5-3-0)–0.625
5 Oklahoma (28-16-0)–0.636 (10-8-0)–0.556 (28-16-0)–0.636 (27-15-0)–0.643 (26-16-0)–0.619 (9-4-0)–0.692 (11-6-0)–0.647 (8-6-0)–0.571
6 Florida St. (16-11-0)–0.593 (7-7-0)–0.500 (16-11-0)–0.593 (14-11-0)–0.560 (16-11-0)–0.593 (5-5-0)–0.500 (5-4-0)–0.556 (6-2-0)–0.750
7 Houston (7-5-0)–0.583 (1-0-0)–1.000 (7-5-0)–0.583 (2-3-0)–0.400 (7-5-0)–0.583 (4-1-0)–0.800 (2-4-0)–0.333 (1-0-0)–1.000
8 LSU (27-18-0)–0.600 (9-14-0)–0.391 (27-18-0)–0.600 (27-18-0)–0.600 (24-18-0)–0.571 (12-5-0)–0.706 (8-10-0)–0.444 (7-3-0)–0.700
9 Boise St. (8-6-0)–0.571 (2-0-0)–1.000 (8-6-0)–0.571 (6-2-0)–0.750 (7-6-0)–0.538 (2-1-0)–0.667 (1-3-0)–0.250 (5-2-0)–0.714
10 TCU (16-13-0)–0.552 (9-9-0)–0.500 (16-13-0)–0.552 (10-11-0)–0.476 (15-13-0)–0.536 (6-4-0)–0.600 (6-7-0)–0.462 (4-2-0)–0.667
11 Michigan St. (18-16-0)–0.529 (9-3-0)–0.750 (18-16-0)–0.529 (17-16-0)–0.515 (17-15-0)–0.531 (8-7-0)–0.533 (5-6-0)–0.455 (5-3-0)–0.625
12 James Madison (1-1-0)–0.500 (0-1-0)–0.000 (1-1-0)–0.500 (1-1-0)–0.500 (1-1-0)–0.500 (0-0-0)–0.000 (1-0-0)–1.000 (0-1-0)–0.000
13 USC (16-16-0)–0.500 (8-6-0)–0.571 (16-16-0)–0.500 (15-16-0)–0.484 (15-16-0)–0.484 (6-7-0)–0.462 (7-8-0)–0.467 (3-1-0)–0.750
14 Cincinnati (8-9-0)–0.471 (0-3-0)–0.000 (8-9-0)–0.471 (8-8-0)–0.500 (8-9-0)–0.471 (3-2-0)–0.600 (4-4-0)–0.500 (1-3-0)–0.250
15 Virginia Tech (13-15-0)–0.464 (2-6-0)–0.250 (13-15-0)–0.464 (13-14-0)–0.481 (13-15-0)–0.464 (3-5-0)–0.375 (7-3-0)–0.700 (3-7-0)–0.300
16 Georgia Tech (12-15-0)–0.444[2] (5-7-0)–0.417 (12-15-0)–0.444 (12-15-0)–0.444 (12-15-0)–0.444 (8-2-0)–0.800 (2-10-0)–0.167 (2-3-0)–0.400
17 Oklahoma St. (15-19-0)–0.441 (5-11-0)–0.312 (15-19-0)–0.441 (15-19-0)–0.441 (15-19-0)–0.441 (8-9-0)–0.471 (6-7-0)–0.462 (1-3-0)–0.250
18 UCLA (17-19-0)–0.472 (2-7-0)–0.222 (17-19-0)–0.472 (16-17-0)–0.485 (14-18-0)–0.438 (10-9-0)–0.526 (6-10-0)–0.375 (1-0-0)–1.000
19 Utah (11-13-0)–0.458 (3-6-0)–0.333 (11-13-0)–0.458 (8-9-0)–0.471 (10-13-0)–0.435 (7-7-0)–0.500 (3-5-0)–0.375 (1-1-0)–0.500
20 Auburn (18-24-0)–0.429 (8-15-0)–0.348 (18-24-0)–0.429 (18-24-0)–0.429 (18-24-0)–0.429 (9-9-0)–0.500 (6-12-0)–0.333 (3-3-0)–0.500
21 Notre Dame (12-15-0)–0.444 (2-7-0)–0.222 (12-15-0)–0.444 (10-15-0)–0.400 (11-15-0)–0.423 (7-3-0)–0.700 (3-10-0)–0.231 (2-2-0)–0.500
22 Clemson (14-18-0)–0.438 (8-4-0)–0.667 (14-18-0)–0.438 (14-17-0)–0.452 (13-18-0)–0.419 (6-5-0)–0.545 (2-10-0)–0.167 (6-3-0)–0.667
23 Iowa (10-14-0)–0.417 (4-5-0)–0.444 (10-14-0)–0.417 (10-14-0)–0.417 (10-14-0)–0.417 (4-6-0)–0.400 (4-5-0)–0.444 (2-3-0)–0.400
24 Wisconsin (13-18-0)–0.419 (3-10-0)–0.231 (13-18-0)–0.419 (12-17-0)–0.414 (12-17-0)–0.414 (6-5-0)–0.545 (3-6-0)–0.333 (4-7-0)–0.364
25 South Carolina (14-21-0)–0.400 (7-13-0)–0.350 (14-21-0)–0.400 (14-21-0)–0.400 (14-21-0)–0.400 (8-7-0)–0.533 (3-12-0)–0.200 (3-2-0)–0.600
25 Louisville (6-10-0)–0.375 (1-5-0)–0.167 (6-10-0)–0.375 (6-10-0)–0.375 (6-9-0)–0.400 (1-3-0)–0.250 (3-5-0)–0.375 (2-2-0)–0.500
27 Georgia (16-23-0)–0.410 (5-12-0)–0.294 (16-23-0)–0.410 (16-21-0)–0.432 (15-23-0)–0.395 (7-8-0)–0.467 (5-7-0)–0.417 (4-8-0)–0.333

# 27 vs Ranked Bowl Teams after 2007 miserable 15-23

Sorted on column # 6 “Bowl Teams” (Also 4th column from the end) Ranked teams time of game who went to a bowl game that year he played them after 2007 miserable 15-23 nationally, so if they were ranked time of game and played in a bowl game LOST 23 won only 15.  These are ANY bowl team of the 41 bowl games (Top 82) who were ranked time of game.  Trust me it matters not how you break it down, he SUCKED !  So, why all the wringing of hands over him being gone ?  Because you THOUGHT he was GREAT ?  Good Lord !  Tell me you’re really not that stupid, are you ?  Pray tell ?

 

 

(4) http://www.cfbtrivia.com/cfbt_records.php?fry=2008&thy=2015&grk=on&breakdown=on&sgrb=on&cres=1&scrview=5&tview=4&sortby=G10

 

Team records Years 2008-2015
Opponents that are/were ranked during game time
Highest Rank of the AP Poll or Coaches Poll
Showing Actual Game Results
Sorting by Top Ten Percentage

 

Pos Team Record Game T10 Game Rnk Majors Bwl Tms Home Away Neutral
1 Boise St. (8-6-0)–0.571 (2-0-0)–1.000 (8-6-0)–0.571 (6-2-0)–0.750 (7-6-0)–0.538 (2-1-0)–0.667 (1-3-0)–0.250 (5-2-0)–0.714
1 Houston (7-5-0)–0.583 (1-0-0)–1.000 (7-5-0)–0.583 (2-3-0)–0.400 (7-5-0)–0.583 (4-1-0)–0.800 (2-4-0)–0.333 (1-0-0)–1.000
3 Michigan St. (18-16-0)–0.529 (9-3-0)–0.750 (18-16-0)–0.529 (17-16-0)–0.515 (17-15-0)–0.531 (8-7-0)–0.533 (5-6-0)–0.455 (5-3-0)–0.625
4 Alabama (38-12-0)–0.760 (20-7-0)–0.741 (38-12-0)–0.760 (38-11-0)–0.776 (37-12-0)–0.755 (13-4-0)–0.765 (13-4-0)–0.765 (12-4-0)–0.750
5 Clemson (14-18-0)–0.438 (8-4-0)–0.667 (14-18-0)–0.438 (14-17-0)–0.452 (13-18-0)–0.419 (6-5-0)–0.545 (2-10-0)–0.167 (6-3-0)–0.667
6 Oregon (27-11-0)–0.711 (10-7-0)–0.588 (27-11-0)–0.711 (26-10-0)–0.722 (26-10-0)–0.722 (12-3-0)–0.800 (10-4-0)–0.714 (5-4-0)–0.556
7 USC (16-16-0)–0.500 (8-6-0)–0.571 (16-16-0)–0.500 (15-16-0)–0.484 (15-16-0)–0.484 (6-7-0)–0.462 (7-8-0)–0.467 (3-1-0)–0.750
8 Oklahoma (28-16-0)–0.636 (10-8-0)–0.556 (28-16-0)–0.636 (27-15-0)–0.643 (26-16-0)–0.619 (9-4-0)–0.692 (11-6-0)–0.647 (8-6-0)–0.571
9 Stanford (25-12-0)–0.676 (9-8-0)–0.529 (25-12-0)–0.676 (25-12-0)–0.676 (23-11-0)–0.676 (15-4-0)–0.789 (7-6-0)–0.538 (3-2-0)–0.600
10 Florida (15-22-0)–0.405 (11-11-0)–0.500 (15-22-0)–0.405 (15-22-0)–0.405 (14-22-0)–0.389 (5-5-0)–0.500 (4-12-0)–0.250 (6-5-0)–0.545
10 TCU (16-13-0)–0.552 (9-9-0)–0.500 (16-13-0)–0.552 (10-11-0)–0.476 (15-13-0)–0.536 (6-4-0)–0.600 (6-7-0)–0.462 (4-2-0)–0.667
10 Florida St. (16-11-0)–0.593 (7-7-0)–0.500 (16-11-0)–0.593 (14-11-0)–0.560 (16-11-0)–0.593 (5-5-0)–0.500 (5-4-0)–0.556 (6-2-0)–0.750
10 Ohio St. (22-12-0)–0.647[1] (6-6-0)–0.500 (22-12-0)–0.647 (22-12-0)–0.647 (21-12-0)–0.636 (7-5-0)–0.583 (10-4-0)–0.714 (5-3-0)–0.625
10 Central Fla. (3-9-0)–0.250 (2-2-0)–0.500 (3-9-0)–0.250 (2-6-0)–0.250 (3-8-0)–0.273 (1-4-0)–0.200 (1-5-0)–0.167 (1-0-0)–1.000
10 East Carolina (5-8-0)–0.385 (1-1-0)–0.500 (5-8-0)–0.385 (4-6-0)–0.400 (5-8-0)–0.385 (3-4-0)–0.429 (1-3-0)–0.250 (1-1-0)–0.500
16 Iowa (10-14-0)–0.417 (4-5-0)–0.444 (10-14-0)–0.417 (10-14-0)–0.417 (10-14-0)–0.417 (4-6-0)–0.400 (4-5-0)–0.444 (2-3-0)–0.400
17 Georgia Tech (12-15-0)–0.444[2] (5-7-0)–0.417 (12-15-0)–0.444 (12-15-0)–0.444 (12-15-0)–0.444 (8-2-0)–0.800 (2-10-0)–0.167 (2-3-0)–0.400
18 LSU (27-18-0)–0.600 (9-14-0)–0.391 (27-18-0)–0.600 (27-18-0)–0.600 (24-18-0)–0.571 (12-5-0)–0.706 (8-10-0)–0.444 (7-3-0)–0.700
19 Baylor (11-23-0)–0.324 (6-10-0)–0.375 (11-23-0)–0.324 (10-22-0)–0.312 (11-23-0)–0.324 (8-9-0)–0.471 (2-12-0)–0.143 (1-2-0)–0.333
20 Arizona (11-22-0)–0.333 (5-9-0)–0.357 (11-22-0)–0.333 (10-21-0)–0.323 (11-22-0)–0.333 (7-8-0)–0.467 (3-10-0)–0.231 (1-4-0)–0.200
21 South Carolina (14-21-0)–0.400 (7-13-0)–0.350 (14-21-0)–0.400 (14-21-0)–0.400 (14-21-0)–0.400 (8-7-0)–0.533 (3-12-0)–0.200 (3-2-0)–0.600
22 Auburn (18-24-0)–0.429 (8-15-0)–0.348 (18-24-0)–0.429 (18-24-0)–0.429 (18-24-0)–0.429 (9-9-0)–0.500 (6-12-0)–0.333 (3-3-0)–0.500
23 Utah (11-13-0)–0.458 (3-6-0)–0.333 (11-13-0)–0.458 (8-9-0)–0.471 (10-13-0)–0.435 (7-7-0)–0.500 (3-5-0)–0.375 (1-1-0)–0.500
23 Southern Mississippi (2-10-0)–0.167 (1-2-0)–0.333 (2-10-0)–0.167 (0-6-0)–0.000 (2-8-0)–0.200 (0-4-0)–0.000 (2-6-0)–0.250 (0-0-0)–0.000
25 Oklahoma St. (15-19-0)–0.441 (5-11-0)–0.312 (15-19-0)–0.441 (15-19-0)–0.441 (15-19-0)–0.441 (8-9-0)–0.471 (6-7-0)–0.462 (1-3-0)–0.250
26 Mississippi (14-23-0)–0.378 (7-16-0)–0.304 (14-23-0)–0.378 (14-22-0)–0.389 (14-23-0)–0.378 (7-10-0)–0.412 (5-12-0)–0.294 (2-1-0)–0.667
28 Georgia (16-23-0)–0.410 (5-12-0)–0.294 (16-23-0)–0.410 (16-21-0)–0.432 (15-23-0)–0.395 (7-8-0)–0.467 (5-7-0)–0.417 (4-8-0)–0.333
27 Texas A&M (13-25-0)–0.342 (5-12-0)–0.294 (13-25-0)–0.342 (12-25-0)–0.324 (12-25-0)–0.324 (4-12-0)–0.250 (5-10-0)–0.333 (4-3-0)–0.571

vs Top 10 time of game sorted on Column # 3 “Game Top 10” after 2007 miserable 5-12 nationally # 28

 

 

 

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Team records Years 2008-2015
Opponents that are/were ranked during game time
Highest Rank of the AP Poll or Coaches Poll
Showing Actual Game Results

 

Pos Team Record Year T10 Year Rnk Majors Low Div IA Win Rec Bwl Tms Opps Rec (-HtH) Home Away Neutral
1 Alabama 38-12-0 17-(34.0%) 36-(72.0%) 49-(98.0%) 0-(0.0%) 49-(98.0%) 49-(98.0%) (476-128-0)–0.788 17-(34.0%) 17-(34.0%) 16-(32.0%)
2 Oregon 27-11-0 17-(44.7%) 28-(73.7%) 36-(94.7%) 0-(0.0%) 37-(97.4%) 36-(94.7%) (370-94-0)–0.797 15-(39.5%) 14-(36.8%) 9-(23.7%)
3 Stanford 25-12-0 12-(32.4%) 24-(64.9%) 37-(100.0%) 0-(0.0%) 35-(94.6%) 34-(91.9%) (339-110-0)–0.755 19-(51.3%) 13-(35.1%) 5-(13.5%)
4 Ohio St. 22-12-0[1] 15-(44.1%) 26-(76.5%) 34-(100.0%) 0-(0.0%) 33-(97.1%) 33-(97.1%) (324-90-0)–0.783 12-(35.3%) 14-(41.2%) 8-(23.5%)
5 Oklahoma 28-16-0 12-(27.3%) 33-(75.0%) 42-(95.5%) 0-(0.0%) 42-(95.5%) 42-(95.5%) (410-116-0)–0.779 13-(29.5%) 17-(38.6%) 14-(31.8%)
6 LSU 27-18-0 20-(44.4%) 31-(68.9%) 45-(100.0%) 0-(0.0%) 41-(91.1%) 42-(93.3%) (420-124-0)–0.772 17-(37.8%) 18-(40.0%) 10-(22.2%)
7 Florida St. 16-11-0 10-(37.0%) 21-(77.8%) 25-(92.6%) 0-(0.0%) 27-(100.0%) 27-(100.0%) (269-68-0)–0.798 10-(37.0%) 9-(33.3%) 8-(29.6%)
8 Houston 7-5-0 1-(8.3%) 6-(50.0%) 5-(41.7%) 0-(0.0%) 12-(100.0%) 12-(100.0%) (114-31-0)–0.786 5-(41.7%) 6-(50.0%) 1-(8.3%)
9 Boise St. 8-6-0 3-(21.4%) 11-(78.6%) 8-(57.1%) 0-(0.0%) 13-(92.9%) 13-(92.9%) (134-37-0)–0.784 3-(21.4%) 4-(28.6%) 7-(50.0%)
10 TCU 16-13-0 8-(27.6%) 23-(79.3%) 21-(72.4%) 0-(0.0%) 28-(96.5%) 28-(96.5%) (275-71-0)–0.795 10-(34.5%) 13-(44.8%) 6-(20.7%)
11 Michigan St. 18-16-0 19-(55.9%) 27-(79.4%) 33-(97.1%) 0-(0.0%) 33-(97.1%) 32-(94.1%) (327-87-0)–0.790 15-(44.1%) 11-(32.4%) 8-(23.5%)
12 USC 16-16-0 15-(46.9%) 23-(71.9%) 31-(96.9%) 0-(0.0%) 31-(96.9%) 31-(96.9%) (301-83-0)–0.784 13-(40.6%) 15-(46.9%) 4-(12.5%)
12 James Madison 1-1-0 0-(0.0%) 1-(50.0%) 2-(100.0%) 0-(0.0%) 2-(100.0%) 2-(100.0%) (17-8-0)–0.680 0-(0.0%) 1-(50.0%) 1-(50.0%)
14 UCLA 17-19-0 12-(33.3%) 24-(66.7%) 33-(91.7%) 0-(0.0%) 31-(86.1%) 32-(88.9%) (315-119-0)–0.726 19-(52.8%) 16-(44.4%) 1-(2.8%)
15 Cincinnati 8-9-0 4-(23.5%) 11-(64.7%) 16-(94.1%) 0-(0.0%) 17-(100.0%) 17-(100.0%) (164-46-0)–0.781 5-(29.4%) 8-(47.1%) 4-(23.5%)
16 Virginia Tech 13-15-0 10-(35.7%) 20-(71.4%) 27-(96.4%) 0-(0.0%) 28-(100.0%) 28-(100.0%) (268-77-0)–0.777 8-(28.6%) 10-(35.7%) 10-(35.7%)
17 Utah 11-13-0 9-(37.5%) 18-(75.0%) 17-(70.8%) 0-(0.0%) 22-(91.7%) 23-(95.8%) (219-72-0)–0.753 14-(58.3%) 8-(33.3%) 2-(8.3%)
18 Notre Dame 12-15-0 12-(44.4%) 21-(77.8%) 25-(92.6%) 0-(0.0%) 25-(92.6%) 26-(96.3%) (255-75-0)–0.773 10-(37.0%) 13-(48.1%) 4-(14.8%)
18 Georgia Tech 12-15-0[2] 12-(44.4%) 21-(77.8%) 27-(100.0%) 0-(0.0%) 25-(92.6%) 27-(100.0%) (253-77-0)–0.767 10-(37.0%) 12-(44.4%) 5-(18.5%)
20 Oklahoma St. 15-19-0 13-(38.2%) 24-(70.6%) 34-(100.0%) 0-(0.0%) 34-(100.0%) 34-(100.0%) (318-94-0)–0.772 17-(50.0%) 13-(38.2%) 4-(11.8%)
21 Clemson 14-18-0 15-(46.9%) 26-(81.2%) 31-(96.9%) 0-(0.0%) 31-(96.9%) 31-(96.9%) (307-86-0)–0.781 11-(34.4%) 12-(37.5%) 9-(28.1%)
22 Auburn 18-24-0 20-(47.6%) 35-(83.3%) 42-(100.0%) 0-(0.0%) 42-(100.0%) 42-(100.0%) (405-107-0)–0.791 18-(42.9%) 18-(42.9%) 6-(14.3%)
23 Wisconsin 13-18-0 15-(48.4%) 23-(74.2%) 29-(93.5%) 0-(0.0%) 29-(93.5%) 29-(93.5%) (295-83-0)–0.780 11-(35.5%) 9-(29.0%) 11-(35.5%)
24 Iowa 10-14-0 9-(37.5%) 21-(87.5%) 24-(100.0%) 0-(0.0%) 23-(95.8%) 24-(100.0%) (227-64-0)–0.780 10-(41.7%) 9-(37.5%) 5-(20.8%)
25 Georgia 16-23-0 17-(43.6%) 32-(82.0%) 37-(94.9%) 0-(0.0%) 38-(97.4%) 38-(97.4%) (376-106-0)–0.780 15-(38.5%) 12-(30.8%) 12-(30.8%)

vs Ranked Teams time of game after 2007 miserable 16-23 nationally # 25

 

 

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Team records (Current FBS Teams) Years 2008-2015
Opponents that are/were ranked during game time
Highest Rank of the AP Poll or Coaches Poll
Showing Actual Game Results
Away and Neutral Site Games

 

Pos Team Record
1. Alabama (25-8-0)–0.75758
2. Ohio St. (15-7-0)–0.68182[1]
3. Oregon (15-8-0)–0.65217
4. Florida St. (11-6-0)–0.64706
5. Oklahoma (19-12-0)–0.61290
6. Stanford (10-8-0)–0.55556
6. Northwestern (5-4-0)–0.55556
8. Boise St. (6-5-0)–0.54545
9. LSU (15-13-0)–0.53571
10. TCU (10-9-0)–0.52632
10. Michigan St. (10-9-0)–0.52632
10. USC (10-9-0)–0.52632
13. Virginia Tech (10-10-0)–0.50000
14. Texas (12-14-0)–0.46154
15. Iowa (6-8-0)–0.42857
15. Houston (3-4-0)–0.42857
17. Cincinnati (5-7-0)–0.41667
17. Louisville (5-7-0)–0.41667
19. Oklahoma St. (7-10-0)–0.41176
19. UCLA (7-10-0)–0.41176
21. Texas A&M (9-13-0)–0.40909
22. Utah (4-6-0)–0.40000
23. Clemson (8-13-0)–0.38095
24. Auburn (9-15-0)–0.37500
25. Georgia (9-15-0)–0.37500

vs Ranked Teams time of game not at Home after 2007 miserable 9-15 nationally # 25

 

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Team records Years 2008-2015
Opponents that are/were ranked at the end of the year (or currently)
Highest Rank of the AP Poll or Coaches Poll
Showing Actual Game Results

 

Pos Team Record Year T10 Year Rnk Majors Low Div IA Win Rec Bwl Tms Opps Rec (-HtH) Home Away Neutral
1 James Madison 1-0-0 0-(0.0%) 1-(100.0%) 1-(100.0%) 0-(0.0%) 1-(100.0%) 1-(100.0%) (11-2-0)–0.846 0-(0.0%) 1-(100.0%) 0-(0.0%)
2 Alabama 25-12-0 17-(46.0%) 37-(100.0%) 36-(97.3%) 0-(0.0%) 37-(100.0%) 37-(100.0%) (380-71-0)–0.843 12-(32.4%) 10-(27.0%) 15-(40.5%)
3 Boise St. 7-5-0 3-(25.0%) 12-(100.0%) 7-(58.3%) 0-(0.0%) 12-(100.0%) 12-(100.0%) (121-27-0)–0.818 2-(16.7%) 3-(25.0%) 7-(58.3%)
4 Ohio St. 15-11-0[1] 15-(57.7%) 26-(100.0%) 26-(100.0%) 0-(0.0%) 26-(100.0%) 26-(100.0%) (266-53-0)–0.834 10-(38.5%) 8-(30.8%) 8-(30.8%)
5 Oregon 17-14-0 17-(54.8%) 31-(100.0%) 28-(90.3%) 0-(0.0%) 31-(100.0%) 30-(96.8%) (323-58-0)–0.848 10-(32.3%) 12-(38.7%) 9-(29.0%)
6 Stanford 16-16-0 14-(43.8%) 32-(100.0%) 30-(93.8%) 0-(0.0%) 32-(100.0%) 31-(96.9%) (317-71-0)–0.817 15-(46.9%) 14-(43.8%) 3-(9.4%)
6 Florida St. 14-14-0 10-(35.7%) 28-(100.0%) 26-(92.9%) 0-(0.0%) 28-(100.0%) 28-(100.0%) (283-68-0)–0.806 8-(28.6%) 12-(42.9%) 8-(28.6%)
6 TCU 13-13-0 8-(30.8%) 26-(100.0%) 17-(65.4%) 0-(0.0%) 26-(100.0%) 26-(100.0%) (262-50-0)–0.840 7-(26.9%) 13-(50.0%) 6-(23.1%)
9 Oklahoma 18-19-0 12-(32.4%) 37-(100.0%) 35-(94.6%) 0-(0.0%) 37-(100.0%) 37-(100.0%) (365-83-0)–0.815 10-(27.0%) 17-(46.0%) 10-(27.0%)
9 South Carolina 18-19-0 17-(46.0%) 37-(100.0%) 37-(100.0%) 0-(0.0%) 37-(100.0%) 37-(100.0%) (369-84-0)–0.815 14-(37.8%) 16-(43.2%) 7-(18.9%)
11 LSU 17-20-0 21-(56.8%) 37-(100.0%) 36-(97.3%) 0-(0.0%) 37-(100.0%) 37-(100.0%) (380-74-0)–0.837 16-(43.2%) 13-(35.1%) 8-(21.6%)
12 Michigan St. 14-20-0 19-(55.9%) 34-(100.0%) 32-(94.1%) 0-(0.0%) 34-(100.0%) 33-(97.1%) (338-77-0)–0.814 15-(44.1%) 10-(29.4%) 9-(26.5%)
13 Iowa 11-16-0 10-(37.0%) 27-(100.0%) 26-(96.3%) 0-(0.0%) 26-(96.3%) 27-(100.0%) (267-62-0)–0.812 10-(37.0%) 11-(40.7%) 6-(22.2%)
13 Georgia Tech 11-16-0[2] 13-(48.1%) 27-(100.0%) 27-(100.0%) 0-(0.0%) 27-(100.0%) 27-(100.0%) (264-68-0)–0.795 11-(40.7%) 11-(40.7%) 5-(18.5%)
15 Clemson 12-18-0 15-(50.0%) 30-(100.0%) 29-(96.7%) 0-(0.0%) 30-(100.0%) 30-(100.0%) (302-69-0)–0.814 11-(36.7%) 12-(40.0%) 7-(23.3%)
15 Utah 10-15-0 10-(40.0%) 25-(100.0%) 17-(68.0%) 0-(0.0%) 25-(100.0%) 24-(96.0%) (247-57-0)–0.812 11-(44.0%) 12-(48.0%) 2-(8.0%)
17 Texas 13-21-0 14-(41.2%) 34-(100.0%) 33-(97.1%) 0-(0.0%) 34-(100.0%) 34-(100.0%) (332-77-0)–0.812 12-(35.3%) 10-(29.4%) 12-(35.3%)
18 Florida 14-25-0 22-(56.4%) 39-(100.0%) 39-(100.0%) 0-(0.0%) 39-(100.0%) 39-(100.0%) (392-85-0)–0.822 13-(33.3%) 15-(38.5%) 11-(28.2%)
19 Auburn 15-27-0 20-(47.6%) 42-(100.0%) 42-(100.0%) 0-(0.0%) 42-(100.0%) 42-(100.0%) (412-101-0)–0.803 15-(35.7%) 21-(50.0%) 6-(14.3%)
19 Houston 5-9-0 1-(7.1%) 14-(100.0%) 7-(50.0%) 0-(0.0%) 14-(100.0%) 14-(100.0%) (133-36-0)–0.787 8-(57.1%) 5-(35.7%) 1-(7.1%)
21 Oklahoma St. 10-19-0 13-(44.8%) 29-(100.0%) 28-(96.5%) 0-(0.0%) 29-(100.0%) 29-(100.0%) (288-64-0)–0.818 16-(55.2%) 8-(27.6%) 5-(17.2%)
22 Notre Dame 10-20-0 14-(46.7%) 30-(100.0%) 26-(86.7%) 0-(0.0%) 30-(100.0%) 29-(96.7%) (297-68-0)–0.814 13-(43.3%) 14-(46.7%) 3-(10.0%)
22 USC 9-18-0 16-(59.3%) 27-(100.0%) 27-(100.0%) 0-(0.0%) 27-(100.0%) 27-(100.0%) (264-62-0)–0.810 12-(44.4%) 13-(48.1%) 2-(7.4%)
22 Northwestern 8-16-0 10-(41.7%) 24-(100.0%) 24-(100.0%) 0-(0.0%) 24-(100.0%) 24-(100.0%) (229-63-0)–0.784 14-(58.3%) 9-(37.5%) 1-(4.2%)
25 Mississippi 12-25-0 18-(48.6%) 37-(100.0%) 34-(91.9%) 0-(0.0%) 37-(100.0%) 37-(100.0%) (374-80-0)–0.824 20-(54.0%) 13-(35.1%) 4-(10.8%)
26 UCLA 10-22-0 13-(40.6%) 32-(100.0%) 29-(90.6%) 0-(0.0%) 32-(100.0%) 31-(96.9%) (310-83-0)–0.789 14-(43.8%) 17-(53.1%) 1-(3.1%)
27 Georgia 11-25-0 17-(47.2%) 36-(100.0%) 34-(94.4%) 0-(0.0%) 36-(100.0%) 36-(100.0%) (359-88-0)–0.803 13-(36.1%) 10-(27.8%) 13-(36.1%)

vs Ranked Teams for the Year Season after 2007 miserable 11-25 nationally # 27

 

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Team records (Current FBS Teams) Years 2008-2015
Opponents that are/were ranked at the end of the year (or currently) from 01 to 10
Highest Rank of the AP Poll or Coaches Poll
Showing Actual Game Results

 

Pos Team Record Points Opps Rec (-HtH)
1. Boise St. (2-1-0)–0.66667 (23.33-19.67) (32-4-0)–0.88889
2. Alabama (8-9-0)–0.47059 (28.59-24.53) (197-17-0)–0.92056
2. South Carolina (8-9-0)–0.47059 (22.71-28.76) (193-18-0)–0.91469
4. Michigan St. (8-11-0)–0.42105 (22.37-30.47) (204-30-0)–0.87179
5. Oregon (7-10-0)–0.41176 (31.35-30.41) (192-20-0)–0.90566
6. Ohio St. (6-9-0)–0.40000 (25.27-26.40) (164-22-0)–0.88172
6. Florida St. (4-6-0)–0.40000 (27.20-36.50) (114-13-0)–0.89764
6. Utah (4-6-0)–0.40000 (20.10-32.20) (109-14-0)–0.88618
6. North Carolina (2-3-0)–0.40000[1] (27.80-32.40) (53-8-0)–0.86885
10. USC (6-10-0)–0.37500 (30.62-32.25) (168-26-0)–0.86598
11. Florida (8-14-0)–0.36364 (21.77-25.68) (243-30-0)–0.89011
12. Stanford (5-9-0)–0.35714 (27.21-33.86) (151-19-0)–0.88824
13. LSU (7-14-0)–0.33333 (20.05-24.33) (234-27-0)–0.89655
13. Oklahoma (4-8-0)–0.33333 (25.17-33.00) (131-14-0)–0.90345
15. Georgia Tech (4-9-0)–0.30769 (26.00-34.00) (135-22-0)–0.85987
16. Auburn (6-14-0)–0.30000 (19.50-33.90) (220-28-0)–0.88710
16. Iowa (3-7-0)–0.30000 (21.20-24.00) (108-15-0)–0.87805
18. Texas (4-10-0)–0.28571 (18.79-31.64) (147-21-0)–0.87500
19. Clemson (4-11-0)–0.26667 (21.20-31.33) (163-22-0)–0.88108
20. TCU (2-6-0)–0.25000 (23.88-28.75) (89-8-0)–0.91753
21. Notre Dame (3-11-0)–0.21429 (20.50-28.93) (153-20-0)–0.88439
22. Nebraska (3-12-0)–0.20000 (25.00-34.87) (162-24-0)–0.87097
22. Northwestern (2-8-0)–0.20000 (16.60-34.80) (105-18-0)–0.85366
22. Nevada (1-4-0)–0.20000 (20.80-47.20) (60-3-0)–0.95238
25. Mississippi (3-15-0)–0.16667 (17.61-33.39) (202-24-0)–0.89381
26. Baylor (2-11-0)–0.15385 (29.08-45.31) (141-16-0)–0.89809
26. Oklahoma St. (2-11-0)–0.15385 (29.77-42.00) (139-20-0)–0.87421
28. Louisville (1-6-0)–0.14286 (23.00-34.57) (75-9-0)–0.89286
29. Texas A&M (2-13-0)–0.13333 (27.20-40.00) (164-23-0)–0.87701
30. Wisconsin (2-14-0)–0.12500 (19.19-30.56) (173-25-0)–0.87374
32. Georgia (2-15-0)–0.11765 (24.53-37.12) (188-26-0)–0.87850
31. Arizona (2-15-0)–0.11765 (22.47-39.35) (180-29-0)–0.86124

vs Top 10 for the Year Season after 2007 miserable 2-15 nationally # 32

 

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Team records (Current FBS Teams) Years 2008-2015
Opponents that are/were ranked at the end of the year (or currently)
Highest Rank of the AP Poll or Coaches Poll
Showing Actual Game Results
Away Games

 

Pos Team Record Points Opps Rec (-HtH)
1. Alabama (6-4-0)–0.60000 (28.20-23.80) (94-27-0)–0.77686
2. Oregon (7-5-0)–0.58333 (35.33-29.58) (121-25-0)–0.82877
3. Ohio St. (4-4-0)–0.50000 (30.25-25.50) (79-16-0)–0.83158
4. Oklahoma (8-9-0)–0.47059 (31.41-30.71) (160-43-0)–0.78818
5. Iowa (5-6-0)–0.45455 (21.00-20.00) (102-29-0)–0.77863
6. Northwestern (4-5-0)–0.44444 (18.22-29.67) (79-27-0)–0.74528
7. Florida St. (5-7-0)–0.41667 (29.17-27.67) (118-30-0)–0.79730
8. Houston (2-3-0)–0.40000 (27.40-30.80) (49-11-0)–0.81667
8. Virginia Tech (2-3-0)–0.40000 (27.20-29.40) (51-12-0)–0.80952
10. TCU (5-8-0)–0.38462 (28.15-27.23) (131-25-0)–0.83974
11. South Carolina (6-10-0)–0.37500 (23.12-33.81) (161-33-0)–0.82990
12. Stanford (5-9-0)–0.35714 (24.86-27.79) (139-31-0)–0.81765
13. Florida (5-10-0)–0.33333 (19.13-24.73) (150-34-0)–0.81522
13. Boise St. (1-2-0)–0.33333 (24.67-34.67) (30-7-0)–0.81081
15. Texas (3-7-0)–0.30000 (18.50-31.40) (93-25-0)–0.78814
15. Michigan St. (3-7-0)–0.30000 (21.70-28.90) (91-29-0)–0.75833
17. Auburn (6-15-0)–0.28571 (18.05-33.19) (197-59-0)–0.76953
17. Cincinnati (2-5-0)–0.28571 (29.29-38.00) (72-15-0)–0.82759
19. Georgia Tech (3-8-0)–0.27273 (26.00-34.36) (109-26-0)–0.80741
20. Utah (3-9-0)–0.25000 (25.17-26.92) (114-29-0)–0.79720
20. North Carolina (2-6-0)–0.25000[1] (25.25-34.38) (78-22-0)–0.78000
22. UCLA (4-13-0)–0.23529 (22.71-36.53) (166-41-0)–0.80193
23. LSU (3-10-0)–0.23077 (18.62-27.85) (134-24-0)–0.84810
23. Mississippi (3-10-0)–0.23077 (22.62-33.38) (135-26-0)–0.83851
23. USC (3-10-0)–0.23077 (25.00-33.46) (123-35-0)–0.77848
26. West Virginia (2-7-0)–0.22222 (25.33-38.33) (87-18-0)–0.82857
26. Southern Mississippi (2-7-0)–0.22222 (24.00-44.11) (88-25-0)–0.77876
26. Virginia (2-7-0)–0.22222 (15.56-29.44) (85-28-0)–0.75221
29. Texas A&M (3-11-0)–0.21429 (24.36-38.57) (132-36-0)–0.78571
30. Arkansas (4-15-0)–0.21053 (22.47-35.00) (189-42-0)–0.81818
31. Washington St. (3-12-0)–0.20000 (20.93-38.53) (142-41-0)–0.77596
32. Georgia (2-8-0)–0.20000 (23.00-28.50) (98-27-0)–0.78400

vs Ranked Teams for the Year Season Away Games-not neutral after 2007 miserable 2-8 nationally # 32

 

 

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Team records (Current FBS Teams) Years 2008-2015
Teams that are/were ranked during game time Opponents that are/were ranked during game time
Highest Rank of the AP Poll or Coaches Poll
Showing Actual Game Results
Away and Neutral Site Games

 

Pos Team Record
1. Southern Mississippi (1-0-0)–1.00000
1. Central Fla. (1-0-0)–1.00000
1. Wake Forest (1-0-0)–1.00000
1. Houston (1-0-0)–1.00000
5. Louisville (4-1-0)–0.80000
6. Alabama (25-8-0)–0.75758
7. Ohio St. (14-5-0)–0.73684[1]
8. Oregon (14-8-0)–0.63636
9. Boise St. (5-3-0)–0.62500
10. Florida St. (8-5-0)–0.61538
11. Oklahoma (18-12-0)–0.60000
11. Cincinnati (3-2-0)–0.60000
13. Stanford (8-6-0)–0.57143
14. UCLA (5-4-0)–0.55556
15. TCU (8-7-0)–0.53333
15. Texas (8-7-0)–0.53333
17. Michigan St. (9-8-0)–0.52941
18. LSU (14-13-0)–0.51852
19. USC (7-7-0)–0.50000
19. Arkansas (4-4-0)–0.50000
19. Iowa (3-3-0)–0.50000
19. Northern Illinois (1-1-0)–0.50000
23. Florida (9-10-0)–0.47368
24. Texas A&M (6-7-0)–0.46154
24. Oklahoma St. (6-7-0)–0.46154
26. Virginia Tech (5-6-0)–0.45455
27. Mississippi (4-5-0)–0.44444
27. Georgia Tech (4-5-0)–0.44444[2]
29. Clemson (7-9-0)–0.43750
30. Missouri (5-7-0)–0.41667
31. Georgia (8-12-0)–0.40000
31. South Carolina (6-9-0)–0.40000
31. Kansas St. (4-6-0)–0.40000
31. West Virginia (2-3-0)–0.40000
31. Arizona St. (2-3-0)–0.40000
31. BYU (2-3-0)–0.40000

vs Ranked Teams Time of Game not at Home after 2007 miserable 8-12 nationally # 37

 

 

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Team records (Current FBS Teams) Years 2008-2015
Teams that are/were ranked at the end of the year (or currently) Opponents that are/were ranked at the end of the year (or currently)
Highest Rank of the AP Poll or Coaches Poll
Showing Actual Game Results

 

Pos Team Record
1. Nevada (1-0-0)–1.00000
1. Southern Mississippi (1-0-0)–1.00000
1. Utah St. (1-0-0)–1.00000
4. Alabama (25-12-0)–0.67568
5. Auburn (12-6-0)–0.66667
5. Mississippi (10-5-0)–0.66667
5. Texas (8-4-0)–0.66667
5. Georgia Tech (8-4-0)–0.66667[1]
5. Iowa (6-3-0)–0.66667
5. Houston (2-1-0)–0.66667
11. Florida (13-7-0)–0.65000
11. South Carolina (13-7-0)–0.65000
13. Ohio St. (14-8-0)–0.63636[2]
13. Boise St. (7-4-0)–0.63636
15. TCU (12-7-0)–0.63158
16. Oklahoma (17-10-0)–0.62963
17. Notre Dame (8-5-0)–0.61538
17. UCLA (8-5-0)–0.61538
19. Stanford (12-8-0)–0.60000
20. Michigan St. (13-10-0)–0.56522
21. Oregon (17-14-0)–0.54839
22. Florida St. (12-10-0)–0.54545
22. Arkansas (6-5-0)–0.54545
22. Arizona St. (6-5-0)–0.54545
25. LSU (14-13-0)–0.51852
26. Utah (8-8-0)–0.50000
26. Penn St. (4-4-0)–0.50000
26. West Virginia (3-3-0)–0.50000
26. Central Fla. (2-2-0)–0.50000
26. California (2-2-0)–0.50000
26. N.C. State (2-2-0)–0.50000
26. Maryland (1-1-0)–0.50000
33. USC (8-9-0)–0.47059
34. Baylor (6-7-0)–0.46154
35. Clemson (10-12-0)–0.45455
35. Oklahoma St. (10-12-0)–0.45455
37. Virginia Tech (6-8-0)–0.42857
37. Arizona (3-4-0)–0.42857
37. Texas Tech (3-4-0)–0.42857
37. Northwestern (3-4-0)–0.42857
41. Georgia (8-12-0)–0.40000

Both Teams were Ranked Teams End of Year Season after 2007 miserable 8-12 nationally # 41

 

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Team records (Current FBS Teams) Years 2008-2015
Teams that are/were ranked during game time Opponents that are/were ranked during game time
Highest Rank of the AP Poll or Coaches Poll
Showing Actual Game Results

 

Pos Team Record
1. Southern Mississippi (1-0-0)–1.00000
1. Nevada (1-0-0)–1.00000
1. Central Fla. (1-0-0)–1.00000
1. Wake Forest (1-0-0)–1.00000
5. Houston (4-1-0)–0.80000
5. Louisville (4-1-0)–0.80000
7. Alabama (38-12-0)–0.76000
8. Stanford (21-8-0)–0.72414
9. Ohio St. (20-8-0)–0.71429[1]
10. Oregon (24-11-0)–0.68571
11. TCU (14-8-0)–0.63636
11. Boise St. (7-4-0)–0.63636
13. Cincinnati (5-3-0)–0.62500
14. Oklahoma (26-16-0)–0.61905
15. LSU (26-18-0)–0.59091
15. Florida St. (13-9-0)–0.59091
17. UCLA (10-7-0)–0.58824
18. Michigan St. (16-12-0)–0.57143
19. Auburn (14-12-0)–0.53846
19. Arkansas (7-6-0)–0.53846
21. South Carolina (12-11-0)–0.52174
22. Florida (14-14-0)–0.50000
22. Clemson (11-11-0)–0.50000
22. Texas (10-10-0)–0.50000
22. Mississippi (8-8-0)–0.50000
22. Utah (7-7-0)–0.50000
22. Virginia Tech (7-7-0)–0.50000
22. Georgia Tech (7-7-0)–0.50000[2]
22. Iowa (5-5-0)–0.50000
22. Memphis (1-1-0)–0.50000
22. Northern Illinois (1-1-0)–0.50000
22. South Fla. (1-1-0)–0.50000
22. Vanderbilt (1-1-0)–0.50000
34. Oklahoma St. (14-15-0)–0.48276
35. Baylor (7-8-0)–0.46667
35. Kansas St. (7-8-0)–0.46667
37. Arizona St. (6-7-0)–0.46154
38. Notre Dame (8-10-0)–0.44444
39. Georgia (14-18-0)–0.43750

Both Teams were Ranked Teams Time of Game after 2007 miserable 14-18 nationally # 39

 

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Team records (Current FBS Teams) Years 2008-2015
Opponents that are/were ranked during game time from 01 to 15
Highest Rank of the AP Poll or Coaches Poll
Showing Actual Game Results

 

Pos Team Record Points Opps Rec (-HtH)
1. Alabama (29-11-0)–0.72500 (31.45-20.65) (397-89-0)–0.81687
2. Boise St. (5-2-0)–0.71429 (24.71-20.57) (69-17-0)–0.80233
3. Houston (2-1-0)–0.66667 (36.67-28.67) (29-5-0)–0.85294
4. Ohio St. (13-8-0)–0.61905[1] (29.19-23.05) (209-47-0)–0.81641
5. Oklahoma (16-10-0)–0.61538 (34.15-28.35) (257-55-0)–0.82372
6. Stanford (15-10-0)–0.60000 (29.16-26.40) (240-65-0)–0.78689
7. Oregon (13-9-0)–0.59091 (34.18-26.36) (238-36-0)–0.86861
8. Florida St. (9-8-0)–0.52941 (30.35-30.59) (178-34-0)–0.83962
9. TCU (12-11-0)–0.52174 (29.26-24.39) (229-46-0)–0.83273
10. Michigan St. (10-10-0)–0.50000 (23.55-30.50) (210-34-0)–0.86066
10. USC (8-8-0)–0.50000 (29.31-32.12) (162-31-0)–0.83938
12. Clemson (10-11-0)–0.47619 (26.76-29.33) (220-39-0)–0.84942
13. LSU (15-17-0)–0.46875 (23.25-23.53) (319-73-0)–0.81378
14. Central Fla. (3-4-0)–0.42857 (25.43-32.86) (74-11-0)–0.87059
14. Pittsburgh (3-4-0)–0.42857 (31.14-30.29) (64-19-0)–0.77108
16. Florida (11-16-0)–0.40741 (22.56-23.70) (284-46-0)–0.86061
17. Iowa (6-9-0)–0.40000 (22.07-21.20) (156-29-0)–0.84324
17. East Carolina (2-3-0)–0.40000 (21.60-29.20) (49-13-0)–0.79032
19. Utah (7-11-0)–0.38889 (24.17-30.39) (178-42-0)–0.80909
20. Northwestern (5-8-0)–0.38462 (22.46-34.62) (128-31-0)–0.80503
21. N.C. State (4-7-0)–0.36364 (28.82-37.45) (115-23-0)–0.83333
22. Auburn (11-20-0)–0.35484 (22.68-32.13) (313-67-0)–0.82368
23. Georgia Tech (6-11-0)–0.35294 (27.06-33.41) (172-36-0)–0.82692
23. Notre Dame (6-11-0)–0.35294 (23.12-26.29) (162-45-0)–0.78261
25. Mississippi (9-17-0)–0.34615 (22.73-32.50) (269-51-0)–0.84062
26. Texas (10-19-0)–0.34483 (22.45-32.34) (281-68-0)–0.80516
27. South Carolina (8-16-0)–0.33333 (23.00-30.38) (242-51-0)–0.82594
27. Wisconsin (7-14-0)–0.33333 (26.33-29.67) (214-45-0)–0.82625
27. Arizona (6-12-0)–0.33333 (25.06-38.83) (181-39-0)–0.82273
27. Kent St. (1-2-0)–0.33333 (18.33-38.67) (29-7-0)–0.80556
31. Oklahoma St. (8-18-0)–0.30769 (32.23-38.65) (255-61-0)–0.80696
32. Texas A&M (7-16-0)–0.30435 (27.22-35.13) (226-56-0)–0.80142
33. UCLA (6-14-0)–0.30000 (23.05-35.10) (193-53-0)–0.78455
34. Baylor (7-17-0)–0.29167 (31.79-41.71) (241-48-0)–0.83391
35. Texas Tech (6-15-0)–0.28571 (32.71-45.29) (201-49-0)–0.80400
35. Virginia Tech (4-10-0)–0.28571 (22.64-27.50) (148-25-0)–0.85549
35. Navy (2-5-0)–0.28571 (28.14-30.86) (66-18-0)–0.78571
38. Nebraska (5-13-0)–0.27778 (25.22-33.22) (190-33-0)–0.85202
39. West Virginia (5-14-0)–0.26316 (28.37-35.37) (183-45-0)–0.80263
40. Georgia (6-18-0)–0.25000 (25.04-33.42) (248-50-0)–0.83221

vs Top 15 Time of Game after 2007 miserable 6-18 nationally # 40

 

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Team records (Current FBS Teams) Years 2008-2015
Opponents that are/were ranked at the end of the year (or currently)
Highest Rank of the AP Poll or Coaches Poll
Showing Actual Game Results
Away and Neutral Site Games

 

Pos Team Record
1. Alabama (17-8-0)–0.68000
2. Boise St. (6-4-0)–0.60000
3. Oregon (12-9-0)–0.57143
4. Ohio St. (9-7-0)–0.56250[1]
5. Florida St. (11-9-0)–0.55000
6. TCU (9-10-0)–0.47368
7. Iowa (8-9-0)–0.47059
8. Oklahoma (12-15-0)–0.44444
9. South Carolina (10-13-0)–0.43478
10. Florida (11-15-0)–0.42308
11. Michigan St. (8-11-0)–0.42105
12. Texas (9-13-0)–0.40909
13. Northwestern (4-6-0)–0.40000
14. LSU (8-13-0)–0.38095
15. Mississippi (6-11-0)–0.35294
15. Stanford (6-11-0)–0.35294
17. Auburn (9-18-0)–0.33333
17. Houston (2-4-0)–0.33333
19. Clemson (6-13-0)–0.31579
20. Georgia Tech (5-11-0)–0.31250[2]
21. Utah (4-10-0)–0.28571
22. UCLA (5-13-0)–0.27778
23. Virginia Tech (4-11-0)–0.26667
23. USC (4-11-0)–0.26667
25. Texas A&M (5-14-0)–0.26316
26. Arkansas (6-17-0)–0.26087
27. Georgia (6-17-0)–0.26087

vs Ranked Teams End of Year Season Not at Home after 2007 miserable 6-17 nationally # 27

 

 

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Team records (Current FBS Teams) Years 2008-2015
Showing Actual Game Results
Away and Neutral Site Games
Sorting by Top Ten Percentage

 

Pos Team Record Year T10 Year Rnk Majors Bwl Tms Home Away Neutral
1 Boise St. (43-12-0)–0.782 (2-1-0)–0.667 (6-4-0)–0.600 (7-5-0)–0.583 (19-12-0)–0.613 (0-0-0)–0.000 (36-9-0)–0.800 (7-3-0)–0.700
2 Alabama (44-8-0)–0.846 (7-6-0)–0.538 (17-8-0)–0.680 (44-7-0)–0.863 (35-8-0)–0.814 (0-0-0)–0.000 (30-4-0)–0.882 (14-4-0)–0.778
3 Michigan St. (34-16-0)–0.680 (5-5-0)–0.500 (8-11-0)–0.421 (31-16-0)–0.660 (23-14-0)–0.622 (0-0-0)–0.000 (27-12-0)–0.692 (7-4-0)–0.636
3 Northwestern (27-20-0)–0.574 (1-1-0)–0.500 (4-6-0)–0.400 (26-19-0)–0.578 (12-16-0)–0.429 (0-0-0)–0.000 (25-16-0)–0.610 (2-4-0)–0.333
5 Florida St. (39-13-0)–0.750 (3-4-0)–0.429 (11-9-0)–0.550 (37-13-0)–0.740 (26-12-0)–0.684 (0-0-0)–0.000 (28-11-0)–0.718 (11-2-0)–0.846
6 Florida (32-18-0)–0.640 (7-10-0)–0.412 (11-15-0)–0.423 (31-18-0)–0.633 (21-18-0)–0.538 (0-0-0)–0.000 (21-12-0)–0.636 (11-6-0)–0.647
7 South Carolina (23-26-0)–0.469 (4-6-0)–0.400 (10-13-0)–0.435 (22-26-0)–0.458 (16-23-0)–0.410 (0-0-0)–0.000 (17-22-0)–0.436 (6-4-0)–0.600
7 Texas (33-20-0)–0.623 (4-6-0)–0.400 (9-13-0)–0.409 (30-19-0)–0.612 (23-19-0)–0.548 (0-0-0)–0.000 (24-12-0)–0.667 (9-8-0)–0.529
7 Ohio St. (36-11-0)–0.766[1] (4-6-0)–0.400 (9-7-0)–0.562 (34-11-0)–0.756 (23-9-0)–0.719 (0-0-0)–0.000 (29-7-0)–0.806 (7-4-0)–0.636
10 Oregon (40-11-0)–0.784 (5-8-0)–0.385 (12-9-0)–0.571 (40-10-0)–0.800 (21-11-0)–0.656 (0-0-0)–0.000 (32-7-0)–0.821 (8-4-0)–0.667
11 USC (35-18-0)–0.660 (3-5-0)–0.375 (4-11-0)–0.267 (32-18-0)–0.640 (19-16-0)–0.543 (0-0-0)–0.000 (30-16-0)–0.652 (5-2-0)–0.714
12 Auburn (20-24-0)–0.455 (4-8-0)–0.333 (9-18-0)–0.333 (20-24-0)–0.455 (15-24-0)–0.385 (0-0-0)–0.000 (14-21-0)–0.400 (6-3-0)–0.667
12 Utah (32-19-0)–0.627 (2-4-0)–0.333 (4-10-0)–0.286 (16-15-0)–0.516 (14-18-0)–0.438 (0-0-0)–0.000 (28-18-0)–0.609 (4-1-0)–0.800
14 Stanford (32-21-0)–0.604 (3-7-0)–0.300 (6-11-0)–0.353 (31-20-0)–0.608 (16-17-0)–0.485 (0-0-0)–0.000 (27-18-0)–0.600 (5-3-0)–0.625
15 LSU (28-18-0)–0.609 (3-9-0)–0.250 (8-13-0)–0.381 (28-18-0)–0.609 (18-17-0)–0.514 (0-0-0)–0.000 (20-14-0)–0.588 (8-4-0)–0.667
15 TCU (39-14-0)–0.736 (2-6-0)–0.250 (9-10-0)–0.474 (17-12-0)–0.586 (24-14-0)–0.632 (0-0-0)–0.000 (33-11-0)–0.750 (6-3-0)–0.667
15 Oklahoma (40-17-0)–0.702 (2-6-0)–0.250 (12-15-0)–0.444 (38-16-0)–0.704 (26-16-0)–0.619 (0-0-0)–0.000 (29-9-0)–0.763 (11-8-0)–0.579
15 North Carolina (23-26-0)–0.469[2] (1-3-0)–0.250 (2-10-0)–0.167 (22-25-0)–0.468 (13-22-0)–0.371 (0-0-0)–0.000 (21-19-0)–0.525 (2-7-0)–0.222
15 Iowa (26-21-0)–0.553 (1-3-0)–0.250 (8-9-0)–0.471 (25-21-0)–0.543 (19-17-0)–0.528 (0-0-0)–0.000 (22-17-0)–0.564 (4-4-0)–0.500
15 Louisville (27-21-0)–0.562 (1-3-0)–0.250 (2-7-0)–0.222 (21-20-0)–0.512 (12-18-0)–0.400 (0-0-0)–0.000 (24-18-0)–0.571 (3-3-0)–0.500
21 Georgia Tech (25-28-0)–0.472[3] (2-8-0)–0.200 (5-11-0)–0.312 (23-26-0)–0.469 (14-25-0)–0.359 (0-0-0)–0.000 (22-21-0)–0.512 (3-7-0)–0.300
21 Mississippi (21-24-0)–0.467 (2-8-0)–0.200 (6-11-0)–0.353 (16-23-0)–0.410 (13-22-0)–0.371 (0-0-0)–0.000 (14-23-0)–0.378 (7-1-0)–0.875
21 Clemson (28-22-0)–0.560 (2-8-0)–0.200 (6-13-0)–0.316 (28-22-0)–0.560 (16-21-0)–0.432 (0-0-0)–0.000 (21-17-0)–0.553 (7-5-0)–0.583
21 Duke (21-25-0)–0.457 (1-4-0)–0.200 (1-12-0)–0.077 (15-25-0)–0.375 (8-21-0)–0.276 (0-0-0)–0.000 (21-21-0)–0.500 (0-4-0)–0.000
25 Virginia Tech (34-22-0)–0.607 (1-6-0)–0.143 (4-11-0)–0.267 (29-19-0)–0.604 (23-18-0)–0.561 (0-0-0)–0.000 (28-13-0)–0.683 (6-9-0)–0.400
25 Oklahoma St. (33-16-0)–0.673 (1-6-0)–0.143 (2-11-0)–0.154 (29-16-0)–0.644 (20-15-0)–0.571 (0-0-0)–0.000 (27-12-0)–0.692 (6-4-0)–0.600
25 Texas A&M (28-20-0)–0.583 (1-6-0)–0.143 (5-14-0)–0.263 (24-20-0)–0.545 (17-17-0)–0.500 (0-0-0)–0.000 (19-15-0)–0.559 (9-5-0)–0.643
28 Penn St. (25-19-0)–0.568 (1-7-0)–0.125 (3-12-0)–0.200 (23-17-0)–0.575 (14-16-0)–0.467 (0-0-0)–0.000 (19-16-0)–0.543 (6-3-0)–0.667
29 Wisconsin (28-22-0)–0.560 (1-9-0)–0.100 (4-16-0)–0.200 (24-21-0)–0.533 (15-19-0)–0.441 (0-0-0)–0.000 (23-14-0)–0.622 (5-8-0)–0.385
30 Nebraska (27-21-0)–0.562 (1-10-0)–0.091 (2-14-0)–0.125 (25-21-0)–0.543 (14-18-0)–0.438 (0-0-0)–0.000 (24-14-0)–0.632 (3-7-0)–0.300
31 Georgia (31-23-0)–0.574 (1-10-0)–0.091 (6-17-0)–0.261 (31-21-0)–0.596 (18-22-0)–0.450 (0-0-0)–0.000 (24-12-0)–0.667 (7-11-0)–0.389

vs Top 10 End of Year Season Column # 3 Not at Home after 2007 miserable 1-10 nationally # 31

 

THIS IS NOT A GOAL BELOW HERE NOW FOR OBVIOUS REASONS IT’S NO GOOD ! :

(Not Goal) to have a 10-Win Season when  there are 33 teams, right ?

We’re # 11 All-Time in Wins; and, if there are 33 teams who are 10-Win Seasons 2015 we are not going to brag about being # 33, are we ?

 

 

Team records (Current FBS Teams) Years 2015-2015
Showing Actual Game Results

 

Pos Team Record Points Opps Rec (-HtH)
1. Clemson (13-0-0)–1.00000 (38.46-20.23) (84-59-0)–0.58741
2. Alabama (12-1-0)–0.92308 (34.08-14.38) (100-44-0)–0.69444
2. Michigan St. (12-1-0)–0.92308 (32.08-20.46) (89-56-0)–0.61379
2. Iowa (12-1-0)–0.92308 (32.08-18.46) (78-66-0)–0.54167
2. Houston (12-1-0)–0.92308 (40.62-20.46) (69-73-0)–0.48592
6. Oklahoma (11-1-0)–0.91667 (45.75-20.75) (77-55-0)–0.58333
6. Ohio St. (11-1-0)–0.91667 (35.00-14.00) (74-61-0)–0.54815
8. Stanford (11-2-0)–0.84615 (37.23-23.08) (84-62-0)–0.57534
8. North Carolina (11-2-0)–0.84615 (40.92-22.62) (78-64-0)–0.54930
8. Western Ky. (11-2-0)–0.84615 (44.23-25.23) (71-72-0)–0.49650
11. Northwestern (10-2-0)–0.83333 (20.67-16.42) (80-54-0)–0.59701
11. Notre Dame (10-2-0)–0.83333 (34.75-22.42) (78-57-0)–0.57778
11. Florida St. (10-2-0)–0.83333 (32.33-15.75) (76-59-0)–0.56296
11. Oklahoma St. (10-2-0)–0.83333 (41.17-29.00) (73-58-0)–0.55725
11. TCU (10-2-0)–0.83333 (41.67-26.08) (67-64-0)–0.51145
11. Appalachian St. (10-2-0)–0.83333 (37.17-18.25) (61-72-0)–0.45865
17. Navy (9-2-0)–0.81818 (37.55-21.73) (76-48-0)–0.61290
17. Toledo (9-2-0)–0.81818 (35.27-21.09) (59-64-0)–0.47967
19. San Diego St. (11-3-0)–0.78571 (31.79-16.14) (78-80-0)–0.49367
20. Florida (10-3-0)–0.76923 (24.46-16.54) (81-62-0)–0.56643
20. Bowling Green (10-3-0)–0.76923 (43.38-26.69) (72-71-0)–0.50350
20. Temple (10-3-0)–0.76923 (30.77-19.15) (71-73-0)–0.49306
23. Mississippi (9-3-0)–0.75000 (40.25-22.83) (82-51-0)–0.61654
24. Oregon (9-3-0)–0.75000 (43.17-36.75) (82-53-0)–0.60741
25. Michigan (9-3-0)–0.75000 (30.58-17.17) (78-55-0)–0.58647
26. Memphis (9-3-0)–0.75000 (42.67-27.00) (74-59-0)–0.55639
27. Utah (9-3-0)–0.75000 (30.25-21.83) (71-64-0)–0.52593
28. Baylor (9-3-0)–0.75000 (48.00-27.50) (68-63-0)–0.51908
29. Marshall (9-3-0)–0.75000 (32.58-18.42) (57-76-0)–0.42857
30. BYU (9-3-0)–0.75000 (34.17-21.83) (65-67-0)–0.49242
31. Wisconsin (9-3-0)–0.75000 (27.08-13.08) (65-70-0)–0.48148
32. Arkansas St. (9-3-0)–0.75000 (41.00-28.83) (57-75-0)–0.43182
33. Georgia (9-3-0)–0.75000 (26.50-16.92) (69-65-0)–0.51493

 

Coach should be here full-time Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer says today.

12-8-2015

I called for this myself.

 

http://espn.go.com/blog/sec/post/_/id/111742/kirby-smart-should-focus-100-percent-on-Georgia

 

Our Quarterbacks’ situation is a complete and utter mess.  We have a waiver from the NCAA so we can have one staff named daily and another old regime supposedly recruiting for the team they have no part of and will not be retained because we are paying them $ 3 million dollars.

 

We have no wide receivers as Coach pointed out to the entire WORLD yesterday in his Opening Press Conference you can see here live from yesterday saying he criticizes the ousted guy for NOT recruiting quality depth at specifically wide receiver, with all the talent in this state – criminal as he points out very frustrated with that.  It’s a concern to Jake Easton too.  Trust me on that.

We have no Quality Depth on OL or DL.

 

All the points I have been making for 8 years’ time now daily.

 

This was the last year of the ousted guy’s “DREAM TEAM.”  20 seniors are gone from this team after the meaningless bowl game a guy is going to coach who had been our running backs’ coach with no running back knowledge.  He did that all the time.  Coach Kirby liked that !  He said everyone should do that !  Coach something that they have no clue about.  It helped our Coach Kirby in his development and not only that helped him as a D.C. too !

 

But, the facts are that all 20 of the dream team started games here for us, and they are ALL GONE after 1 more game against a team who has not beat a single Power 5 Conference this year with a winning record.  7-5 lousy coached by the former Vandie coach James Franklin.  At the Gator Bowl.

 

AGAIN.

 

And, we have coaching staff sitting here with only the ability to RECRUIT until Monday.  So, Nick is letting him recruit until Monday.

 

They ALL have the same question.

 

Who is your Offensive Coordinator ?

 

We heard him say that he is going to have the O.C. call some plays that are spread.

 

We know Coach tells us now and in the past, too, when over there at Alabama that Pro-Style Offenses are LIMITED.  You must, he points-out, change it up.  Have some spread calls.  Keep the defense off-balance.  Must be able to pass and catch !  Which we can NOT do.  Must be able to run.  Any defensive coach, likes the run.  It helps the defense.

 

Keeps offense on the field.

 

Tires their defense.

 

Rests our Defense.

 

Keeps Special Teams off the field.

 

Makes getting 1st downs easier.

 

More makeable downs.

 

Fewer 3rd and longs that DEFENSES LOVE !

 

So, Coach is recruiting.  But, his choice of Offensive Coordinator means EVERYTHING.  Frankly, his whole entire staff.

 

That made and broke his predecessor here, hiring and keeping only prayer circle buddies.

 

Ruined his career.

 

Sure he is making those same mistakes down there with his Bulldogs’ belt, walking around like a moron.

 

How dumb can you be ?

 

Turn the belt inside out.

 

Don’t wear a belt.

 

Put a tie in it.  Not a red and black tie, dumbass !

 

Get a piece of string or rope if necessary.  Tell folks not wearing UGA belt, which is all I own for the $ 50 million dollars they paid me.

 

Ask someone for a damn belt, son !

 

Jesus Christ !

 

I am ashamed he is so stupid.

 

Honestly.

 

I always have been !

 

Tell Katharyn that she must go buy him a simple black belt size 42.

 

I mean.

 

He left us in a damned mess.

 

We have a RB who was supposed to be great in that Dream Team too and he could play but told old ousted guy that well you never got me out in space as I should have been used and as Coach Kirby would do, but Keith Marshall is leaving as graduated senior.  Well, we didn’t use him this year.

 

Criminal what we’ve been doing.

 

Coach Kirby is behind the 8-ball.

 

He’s not going to get to 11 wins next year wasting a month and a half AFTER HE WAS HIRED.

 

We hired him a week ago now.  36 hours after firing the ousted guy here for ALL THIS, we hired him.

 

That was LAST SUNDAY, 29 November 2015.

 

29 November 2015 to 12 January 2016 :

 

 

More than a month and a half !

 

 

A month and a half plus two (2) more days !

 

I guess I was waiting for someone else to AGREE with me instantly when it was announced.

 

So, ESPN says so NOW :

 

http://espn.go.com/blog/sec/post/_/id/111742/kirby-smart-should-focus-100-percent-on-Georgia

 

Edward Aschoff, ESPN Staff Writer

 

He has a $ 3 million dollar payroll not counting his own checks.

And, the entire budget monies being spent and continuing on that too daily.

He is going to have a payroll of probably $ 4 million.

 

Only he hasn’t hired a one – not really.  A guy on Alabama staff – that’s all not a coach – not there anyway.

 

And, he has dead period recruiting after next Monday.  Has to get in all the recruiting now.  This part is fine.

 

But, it is CART-BEFORE-THE-HORSE !

 

He needs HIS STAFF !

 

When do we get that ?

 

January 12th 2016 ?

 

6 weeks and 2 days after he accepted this head coaching job.

 

He needs to get settled-in.

 

I never took a job and when asked when can you start did not say : NOW !

 

I am focused 100 % on Our Georgia Bulldogs !

 

Get your guys in here Coach !

 

You’ve turned-down a dozen head coaching jobs.

 

Surely you have considered whom it is you will hire !

 

Don’t do that, and I am predicting NOW 4 losses next year – the same as the ousted guy averaged the last 8 years.

 

And, why aren’t you coaching our team ?

 

We paid you $ 5,380,200.00 to coach us per year, and they are only paying you $ 1.3 million.

 

You’re NOT NEEDED there now sir.

 

I don’t understand ?

 

I agree with Edward Aschoff, ESPN Staff Writer.

 

He’s right.

 

Again.

 

He’s ALWAYS been right.

 

This blog has followed Edward Aschoff, ESPN Staff Writer the whole time he’s been there !

 

 

 

 

 

You signed-up with us.  Get your butt over here, sir.

 

Pictures of him, his mother Sharon Maxey Smart, his Dad Coach Sonny Smart, his sister Kendall Smart between his mom and dad, and his brother Carl Smart on the left.  I was there that day !  Academic All-America Kirby Smart !  Do you have any idea how Smart this guy is !  There are NOT any Academic All-America.  Trust me on this.  Not that played and were 1st Team All-SEC like Kirby Smart is.

 

http://sowegalive.com/2015/12/03/from-small-towns-to-sanford-stadium-kirby-smart-is-the-same-man-he-was-back-when/