""We’ve played two SEC teams and won both of them. LSU and Florida. So, you can say what you want about the SEC but we’re just as good. Both teams are top in the country. So, this will be a good and exciting matchup,” "- Brock Glenn FSU QB
Brother, I don't believe I'da told that! Why do these players continue to do this when they play Georgia? Have they not learned from the other poor souls who made the same mistake? I can guarantee that Kirby Smart has this plastered everywhere. I can confidently tell you that the players have heard this quote from the coaching staff in some form or fashion.
Let's get into the comments. First, who else can claim two SEC wins? South Carolina. They are sitting at home watching bowl season. There is an inferiority complex FSU and Clemson have with the SEC. They cannot stand that they are on the same level as our league, and if they were truthful, they would want to be in the SEC. FSU would be in the playoffs if that were the case.
Also, you beat a decent LSU team with no defense, and it was the first game of the year. So, congrats on the big win? Florida, I mean c’mon man, are we talking about Florida? That made me giggle with joy.
Georgia is a different beast in college football, and now, because of the loss to Alabama, the shine has worn off some. But do not be mistaken; this Dawgs team still won 29 straight and beat most of their opponents by double digits or more. This is a claim that FSU could not make when vying for a playoff spot.
So Brock Glenn better be ready to play against Georgia for four quarters. He will probably hear about his comments during the game as well. I almost feel bad for the guy at this point. But I do compliment his confidence in his team.
At the end of the day, none of the talk really matters. The Dawgs have to go out there and execute at a high level, something they did not do in the SEC Championship. The same goes for Florida State. But Glenn's comments could give the Dawgs a little extra boost to play this game. We should find out on Saturday afternoon.