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Kirby Smart probably won't like the comments made by Will Muschamp on Tuesday.

Will Muschamp ribs Georgia over lack of depth chart

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Will Muschamp not thrilled with lack of depth chart

Apparently coaches aren’t all that thrilled when they don’t receive a depth chart from the opposing coach. Last week, Dana Holgerson voiced his displeasure when Tennessee wasn’t totally honest with its depth chart.

And now South Carolina coach Will Muschamp has also spoken about not receiving a depth chart, as apparently Kirby Smart did not send him one.

Twice during his press conference on Tuesday, the South Carolina coach mentioned the lack of one being sent over from Georgia.

And the second time, Muschamp jokingly put the blame on legendary Georgia SID Claude Felton.

This does come off as a bit whinny as a number of college programs have been doing it. And teams should just be giving away this kind of information. Why help your opponent gameplan against you?

And as for the mention of Felton, Vineyard Dog pretty much nailed the response.

Kirk Herbstreit see its one way, Danny Kanell another

Kirk Herbstreit is probably the most respected name in all of college football. Most SEC fans regard Danny Kanell as a troll. Both analysts put out a list of their top teams and one of them values Georgia a little bit more than the other.

Herbstreit, who called three games over the past five days, did include Georgia in his top 4, with the Bulldogs coming in at No. 4, with Oklahoma and Auburn just outside. He had Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State as his top three teams.

As for Kanell, he put three SEC teams in his top-5. And yet one of them wasn’t Georgia. The college football analyst cited a no cupcakes allowed rule but still, every team plays a cupcake at some point.

Kanell is just trying to be smart and edgy when a lot of people can just see right through what he’s doing. Also, I don’t think beating an average Louisville was more impressive than beating Washington or Michigan but, whatever man that’s just Kanell’s opinion.

LSU loses big-time defensive standout K’Lavon Chaisson

LSU boasts an incredibly talented defense with the likes of Devin White and Greedy Williams. But now it appears that LSU will be without one of its top pass rushers following an injury.

Outside linebacker K’Lavon Chaisson tore his ACL in LSU’s win over Miami and the sophomore will now miss the rest of the 2018 season, LSU coach Ed Orgeron announced. Chaisson was expected to have a monster season and replace former LSU star Arden Key.

Last season Chaisson registered 4.5 tackles for loss and 2.0 sacks as a freshman. Right tackle Adrian McGee was also injured in the win over Miami but he will only miss 2-3 weeks.

Georgia takes on LSU on Oct. 13 in Baton Rouge, LA.

Clear your schedule for Wednesday

Looking to talk Georgia football on Wednesday ahead of Georgia’s SEC opener against South Carolina? Well DawgNation has you covered.

On Wednesday, DawgNation’s Brandon Adams and special guest Brandon Kublanow will be at the Marlow’s in Dunwoody(1317 Dunwoody Village Pkwy, Atlanta, GA 30338) to take your questions and talk about Georgia football.

The festivities begin at 6 p.m. and end at 8 p.m. so come on by, have a bite to eat and talk some Georgia football with us. Kublanow was a multi-year starter for Georgia and he played for Smart so he’ll provide a unique insight on the team.

These events are always a ton of fun and we hope to see you there.

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