Notre Dame Fighting Irish VS Georgia Bulldogs Live Stream, Week 4September 18, 2019
NCAA FB GameTrax – 2019 Week 4
Notre Dame Fighting Irish VS Georgia Bulldogs
Satday, September 21, 2019
I’m alluding to the normal smashing of the Fighting Irish Saturday night within Sanford Stadium and not to their positioning behind Georgia in that income classification at $120 million to $125 million.
Yet, I’m pondering . . .
All things considered, how about we start with rationale: If you take a gander at everything encompassing this matchup between two groups among the country’s best in the course of the last three seasons, there is certainly not a Rudy’s shot in Hickory (as in the motion picture “Hoosiers”) of the Irish leaving Athens, Georgia without getting crushed.
Not certain if any of you all know, so let me be the first to state it — the Notre Dame Fighting Irish are positioned #7 and will play against the #3 Georgia Bulldogs this Saturday.
I know, truly amazing news that none of you had heard at this point. Insane.
Along these lines, with College Gameday going to Athens this end of the week and a prime time night game space all set up on CBS, ND will endeavor to unseat the HEAVILY supported Bulldogs and sling themselves into the exchange of groups that are FOR REAL.
To comprehend what the Irish are facing, I contacted Jeremy Attaway (AKA MaconDawg), the Site Manager over at Dawg Sports, SB Nation’s Georgia Bulldogs site. My man MaconDawg (incredible alliteration!!!!!!) gave us the lowdown on all that you could ever need to think about ND’s rival, including:
How far Georgia still needs to go to be back in the College Football Playoff
What Kirby Smart does any other way
What makes Jake Fromm so great
How huge the Georgia hostile line is
Why this Bulldog resistance is more fragile than 2017’s juggernaut
Kirby Smart’s affection for Migos and Tupac
The perfect All-UGA Fellowship of the Ring
also, considerably more
Thus, how about we take some time currently to truly dive in and gain from Jeremy so we feel solid and steady as fans to watch and shout things at the TV for the Irish instructing staff to tune in to and follow up on this Saturday evening.