Monday chat wrap

We had another good chat session Monday, and you can read everything that went on here.

Georgia and LSU fans were stating their cases for this weekend, and those Dawgs fans are asking that you don't sleep on them. Watch out for that defense, Tigers ...

In case you missed the fun, here's a sneak peek:

Mike (Tampa)

Ed, please tell me there's a chance Charlie Weis won't be back next season. His offenses have never looked good in college and Tom Brady has obviously made this man an obscene amount of undeserved money. Any hope that Muschamp will let him go?

Edward Aschoff (11:59 AM)

Well, from everything that Weis said last week, he's in Gainesville for the long haul. I don't think Muschamp would fire him or any assisitants after just one year -- the first year of Muschamp's tenure. Sure, things have been awful on offense, but changes need to be made in personnel and scheme first before we starting talking about firings.

Tony (Richmond, CA)

How upset are you in Gainesville today after hearing reports of Urban Meyer agreeing to coach Ohio State have been confirmed just one year removed from heading your program?

Edward Aschoff (12:02 PM)

Florida fans have the right to be upset, considering the way he left, but Florida was never Meyer's dream job. This is a homecoming for Meyer and this was the first chance he had to go and coach there. Meyer won two national title games at Florida, so Gators fans should be grateful in that respect, but it's no surprise that some feel jilted. No problem with that. Some probably also feel pretty sad that Meyer couldn't stay longer.

Melvin ingram and Jadeveon Clowney (Columbia, SC)

Hey Ed, how do you think Tajh Boyd likes us now? He tweeted last week that we were just an average defensive line here in Columbia.... If we are average, then I don't think he wants to play a team with a good defensive line then!

Edward Aschoff (12:02 PM)

Boyd will no doubt be sending you guys apology notes in the mail.

Michael (SC)

Honestly what kind of chance do you give Georgia this week?

Edward Aschoff (12:04 PM)

It's slim, but Georgia does have the defense to frustrate LSU. The Tigers don't exactly have the most exciting offense, but they do have a very powerful running game. That has been the difference all year and we have yet to see a defense contain this running game. LSU even ran well against Alabama. Also, Aaron Murray hasn't faced a secondary like LSU's. The good thing for Georgia is that the pressure is off. They have nothing to lose at this point.

David (Tampa)

If you had a Heisman ballot, what would you 1, 2, and 3 look like?

Edward Aschoff (12:05 PM)

1. Trent Richardson 2. Andrew Luck 3. Robert Griffin

Thomas (ATL)

Do you see the SEC experiencing any backlash if UGA wins this week and there are two teams that didn't win the conference in the BCS NCG?

Edward Aschoff (12:05 PM)

Sure, but that won't erase the fact that the SEC will bring home its sixth straight BCS national title. I don't think the SEC will or should care about any of that.

T-Hipp (City of Dreams, SC)

Ed, South Carolina is by far the queitest 10-2 team in the country. With all of the set backs with Garcia and Lattimore do you think Spurrier deserves some considerations for SEC Coach of the Year?

Edward Aschoff (12:09 PM)

He has done a great job this year. Considering how bad the offense has been at times and the loss of his starting quarterback and running back, Spurrier did a great job of keeping this team together. He will definitely get some love, but I still think there are a few coaches ahead of him on the list. Remember, this was a team that just about everyone picked to win the East this year and that didn't happen.