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Here is the Poll Question of the Day on Sports Talk First Edition.
I give five options on which was the best performance you saw.
Obviously the Georgia game in 2010 was a standout but was the Florida performance in the Swamp better or even the 2011 trip to Athens when Lattimore owned the fourth quarter?
Interested to see the answers.
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The Swamp in 2011 is my vote
had 206 broken tackles that game
I still wonder what he could have done in the 2010 Kentucky game if not for the ankle injury. He had something like 200 total yards rushing and receiving in the first half if I remember correctly.
2010 UGA for me as well
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Swamp 2010 simply because it was on the road and late in the season. Florida knew he was coming by then and still couldn't stop him. I think UGA was caught a little off guard.
ALL of 'em
OH, how long this list would be if it weren't for the injuries. UGA/UF games his freshmen year were crazy. I remember watching the UGA game in San Diego that day at a bar and being in complete shock of how great a running back he is. I don't think any one game from a player has caused me to sit still in awe at one player's talent like that one. After that experience, when the UF game domination started with him taking over the swamp I was again amazed, excited, and thrilled but it wasn't as unexpected.
Swamp 2010 to win the East
UGA 2010....guy broke a zillion tackles and basically had no blocking that game
yah..I went with Georgia 2010. Arguable whether it's his most dominant and may not have been the best statistically, but it sent notice of what a great player he is and turned a lot of heads.
freshman game against dawgs.
Swamp 2010. UGA 2010 would be second.
Funniest game was Troy 2010. At one point Lattimore had 89 yards and 3 TDs on 4 carries.
I was fortunate to be at the UGA and UF games in 2010 and they were both incredible but different type games for Marcus. There were plenty of holes for him to run thru in the Swamp and to seal the East title there always makes it special. He trucked so many dawgs in the UGA game though, that they wanted nothing to do with him by the 4th quarter. His yards after initial contact really let everyone know early on in the season that he was gonna be special. I will have to go with UGA.
Swamp 2010. That game was a thing of beauty
He dominated Georgia, changed the psycho of this rivalry, built up the confidence of our OL which had been our weak link up to that point, and change OBC's game to run oriented. I believe that game started our current wonderful 3-year run, all thanks to him.
1a. @ Florida. 200+ was just an absolute monster.
1b. Georgia.. the first time: I was just in shock at how good he was the whole game. It was surreal to watch for me.
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I am going with the swamp. To perform in that hostile enviroment with so much riding on it, was nothing short of amazing. That game to me sent a message to the entire conference that things had dramatically changed. The way he took over that game and literally carried the entire team on his back reaffirmed that we had truly arrived. If the UGA game made a statement, that game put it in bold type with underlines and exclamation points.
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