Chip points out that people would’ve felt better if Saturday’s Georgia loss to Auburn had at least been a close loss and chalked it up to being a tough game on the road. But that wasn’t the case, clearly. So how worried should Georgia fans be?
Seth also discusses what factor, in retrospect, should have been considered more entering the Auburn game, and did seem to be borne out on the field.
We discuss all that. But we also discuss how Georgia’s hopes are still in front of them.
“I still think this is a special team,” Chip says.
Seth and Chip then discuss the big question being asked by many fans this week: Would you rather face Auburn again, this time on a neutral field? Or would you rather face an Alabama team that seems a bit more vulnerable than in past years?
The answer may be different depending on aesthetics or match-ups, we both agree. But for those who would prefer to face Auburn again, and we may fall in that category, Seth offers up one warning about that.
Back to Georgia: Chip mentions people bringing up whether Jacob Eason could have helped at Auburn, and both Chip and Seth agree on the answer. (You can probably guess.) Instead, we talk about what was mainly wrong on offense and what needs to be fixed.
Don’t worry, this wasn’t all a rehash of the Auburn debacle. Chip and Seth also delve a bit into Kentucky, and what to watch for in Saturday’s game. Specifically, how Georgia looks reflects on how it has responded to the Auburn game, and the hopes going forward.