Hawaii and Georgia in the 2008 Sugar Bowl
The 2007 football seasons for Georgia and Hawaii were both very impressive. Hawaii has yet to lose a game, but may be facing their toughest opponent of the year. The Georgia Bulldogs will blitz the team from Hawaii and while Hawaii might have success early in the game, look for that to drop off after the quarterback gets knocked to the turf a few times. It’s hard for offenses that pass a lot to play a team from the South Eastern U.S.A, because they hit the quarterback a lot and they hit hard too.
I would expect the quarterback from Hawaii, who is the much talked about Colt Brennan have a hard time on New Year’s Day. I will say that he throws for more yards in the first quarter, than he does for the next 3 quarters combined. He’s going to start giving the ball up sooner and throwing the ball before the wide receivers are finished running their routes. This will be due to the pressure from the Georgia Bulldog defense. If Georgia picks off a few passes and returns them for touchdowns, this game could get ugly. Head coach Mark Richt for the Bulldogs plays a very slow and not too agressive offense and the score should stay close if Hawaii limits their turnovers. The big story of this game will be Colt Brennen getting sacked or knocked down and how many turnovers they cough up.
If Hawaii has 1 turnover or less and Colt Brennen gets sacked 2 times or less, and maybe only gets knocked down after the pass a couple of times, then Hawaii comes out of New Orleans with a descent score posted on the scoreboard for this year’s Sugar Bowl.
Now if Colt Brenned gets sacked more than 3 times and knocked down over a dozen times, with a few turnovers, this game will be decided early and there will be no need to play 4 quarters.
Either prediction, I see the Georgia Bulldogs posting at least 33 points on the scoreboard. So if the high power offense from Hawaii can muster up more than 33 points, they could make this a close game.Click here for reuse options!
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