I'll run down UGA real quick for you, both strengths & weaknesses. OL-Supposed to be our best asset, and has underachieved horribly. They can't run block to save their lives, and the best way they pass block, is by holding. QB-RFR QB. The kids a stud and a gamer. One of the few bright spots. He makes frosh mistakes at times, like staring down his reciever, but he will be great before he leaves UGA. RBs-Another supposewd strength, before the season. King is a better blocker, but has been hampered by injuries(again), Ealey, who I thought would shine, has put the ball on the rug, in a couple of bad spots(insdie 10, going in for scores). plus his blocking is atrocious, and has led to a couple sacks in untimely places. WR/TE-Tavares KIng & Chris Durham have both stepped up. Duraham I figured would, as he's a SR, who missed last yr with shoulder injury. We've been waiting on KIng to play up to his potential, and it seems he may be getting ready to. Our TEs are both studs, that we haven't even utilized. DL-Weakest area, and we knew it coming into the season. We are thin in depth, and too small for a good 3-4 DL. They get pushed around at the point of attack easily, and can't even seem to eat space. If you guys have any semblence of a running game, it could be a long night. LB-Houston & Gamble have both been awesome MOST times, unfortunately, they can't do it all. I do look for Houston to at least cause a little havoc in your backfield. DB-another thin area. Rambo(best name in football), should be playing at a higher level. He sometimes to seems to take plays off, which doesn't make me happy. Also, gets sucked in on play action a lot it seems. Hamilton was highly touted as well, but seems to make more penalties than plays. Special teams-We have the nation's best P and PK IMO. Butler, son of UGA great Kevin BUtler, won the Ray Guy award last year, adn Blair Walsh, was finalist for Lou Groza award. He is 7-7 on FGs this year, including a 53 yarder. Not real happy with uor kick/punt coverage, or return. We seem to put Logan Gray in as our PR, when he does nothing but call fair catches. It's like we don't even want to try and return one. Coaching-Richt is a good coach, IMO, but something seems to be missing in the last couple of years. We just hired Todd Grantham as our DC. I like the fire and intensity, and I think his 3-4 will work, once he gets his guys in there. intangibles-CMR and company may be coaching for their jobs. I think the loss to MSU fires UGA up, and they win a close one at the buzzer, with a long kick from Walsh. Either way, I see a very hard hitting game, they may be one of the more entertaining of the year.