In his 2011 Grand Final vidcast, Wayne Carey says Geelong can win the Big One on Saturday - with or without Steve Johnson. Carey says the Cats' preparation - which has been largely glitch-free - gives them an edge over Collingwood, who have struggled with all manner of distractions this season and now have Ben Reid and Darren Jolly's injuries to worry about. "They're much healthier, and playing better footy,'' Carey says.
The dual premiership captain also assesses the two preliminary finals, and reckons the painful manner of Hawthorn's defeat - leading at the first three changes only to get pipped on the line - will stick in their craw all over summer.
The BPL interview was filmed at lunchtime on Monday. So who did the Oracle of Arden St think would win the Brownlow Medal being held later that evening? ''Chris Judd was about 10/1 last year and Dane Swan was red-hot favourite, and Judd ended up winning," Carey says. ''The situation's reversed this year: Swan's 10 or 12/1 and Judd's the favourite, and I think Swan will win it - and Judd will become yet another favourite who's beaten."
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