Lack of improvement a hallmark of 2009 Dogs

Some thoughts and questions arising from the Dogs’ meltdown against Kentucky. …

The same problems plagued Georgia all season long, and while the players must take the blame for the turnovers and penalties, the fact that the Dogs never really could get a handle on either problem has to be seen as an indictment of Mark Richt’s coaching staff. Most of Georgia’s problems were a matter of sloppy or careless play, not lack of talent.

Looks like Joe Cox's eyes are closed when throwing this fourth-quarter incompletion. Maybe that explains those two interceptions. (Brant Sanderlin / AJC)

Looks like Joe Cox's eyes are closed when throwing this fourth-quarter incompletion. Maybe that explains those two interceptions. (Brant Sanderlin / AJC)

Early in the season when Joe Cox would make stupid mistakes, many of us gave him the benefit of the doubt by pointing out his relative inexperience despite being a fifth-year senior.

But the most damning statement that can be made about Cox (and his coach, Mike Bobo) is that the quarterback never got better as the season progressed. Saturday night, with nearly a full season under his belt, he was still panicking when pressured and making really dumb throws. His second-half interceptions were two of the most ill-advised passes I’ve ever seen a QB attempt.

Cox completed 12 of 30 passes for 291 yards, three touchdown passes and those two dismal interceptions. He threw some really pretty balls deep. On that two-pass scoring drive in the second half, I wrote down in my notebook: “Joe Cox at his best.” But he was hopeless at the 10- to 15-yard possession pass. And, like I said, his decision-making was just awful.

Was he coached at all this season?

On the fumble at the Kentucky 1-yard line in the fourth quarter: Everyone seems pretty sure now that freshman Washaun Ealey was too close to Cox on the pitch. You have to wonder, if Cox noticed that, why he went ahead and made the pitch anyway. More to the point, why were the Dogs trying a toss sweep in that key moment? Earlier in the game a toss sweep already had resulted in a fumble, and it’s a play that Georgia has had trouble with all season long. Was that really the wisest play call in that situation?

The Dogs fumbled four times, losing two of them. Is it lack of concentration? Poor fundamentals?

What’s left to say about Bryan Evans? I can’t recall a senior starter for the Dogs who I was more anxious to see move on to alumnus status. His tackling was typically poor. And what was he thinking with that blatant late hit out of bounds that helped set up Kentucky’s first score? I don’t blame him for that pass interference call in the end zone, though. He was clearly beaten by the receiver and really had no choice if he didn’t want to give up a touchdown on the play. It didn’t much matter, though, as the Cats did score on the drive with a receiver left wide open.

Georgia had 427 yards of offense, with 196 on the ground, but only 53 of those rushing yards came in the second half. Kentucky had just 63 yards of offense in the first half but ended up with 260. Which team does it appear made successful adjustments at halftime?

One of the officials should be credited with an assist on that first touchdown by the Cats for managing to insert himself into the play and screen the Georgia defender, basketball-style.

Third and short. Normally that’s good news for an offense, but more than once Saturday the Dogs were unable to convert. Kentucky dominated both sides of the line of scrimmage in the second half.

Can we finally agree that kickoff returns are not Branden Smith’s strong suit?

And on the flip side, kickoff coverage is such a train wreck at Georgia that the Dogs probably would be better off just deliberately kicking out of bounds every time and giving the opponent the ball at the 40. That wouldn’t be much different from what Kentucky got time after time Saturday night. That squib kick returned 20 yards by an up back just summed up how hopeless the Dogs are in this area of the game. And, again, that’s another problem that hasn’t improved as the season has progressed.

This is one year Richt and his staff definitely should back up to the pay window.

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November 22nd, 2009
6:42 pm

Producer

Producer,

One delusional Georgia fans think that Georgia is major college football program. The only thing that you qualify you for a “major” program would be the large amount of toothless morons that you pack into that stadium.

November 22nd, 2009
5:42 pm
Dawgs will lose to Tech and finish with six losses. Unacceptable for any major college program

td

November 22nd, 2009
6:43 pm

DamntheButcher, College players never deserve to be booed and certainly some of the things I have read on this blog disgust me to no end and these so called fans do not deserve to even watch the college game for any team.

barneyb

November 22nd, 2009
6:46 pm

Watching the players on the sidelines in the 4th quarter (laughing & smiling, Drew Butler included), and the clueless coaching staff was more than I could bear. I was so incensed I had to get out of that stadium and start my miserable 4 hour drive back to South Ga. Glad I did, before I choked somebody. No focus or discipline, and it starts with Richt! You all need to go! Not a dime more of my money until significant changes are made. You guys make a ton of money for this?

Man up DAWG

November 22nd, 2009
6:46 pm

td……..you damn right I bash those players who on signing day that strings Uga along and do their silly hat tricks then dont live up to thier so called hyped. Only to get arrested by having no Driving license or touching pregnant woman’s belly or brandishing a gun w/o a permit. Lousy undisciplined play dont excuse the player for me to boo them either. Furthermore I bash blind homers like you too!

Tenn 45-19

November 22nd, 2009
6:48 pm

And this just in……Tennessee scores again.
Can you spell “Shreveport”?
Who’s your daddy?!
Tenn 45-19

41 38 49 38 45 24 37 41 17 20 45 41 * 0 * 24 34

November 22nd, 2009
6:50 pm

Vince Dooley NEVER had #’s like this!

SC Rules!!!

November 22nd, 2009
6:50 pm

DAWG Faithful;

Step back from the edge and remember that UGA is a premier program that is in a league with several other premier programs. From time to time they all take a minor step back from the top, this just happens to be UGA’s time.

For those who wish for CMR to be replaced with say, Bob Stoops; well besides getting his butt stomped in every bowl game “since” that one time he lucked into the NC Title he is by no means anyone to replace CMR!
I know of what I speak, we (SC Trojans) CREAMED his sorry butt in the NC game in ‘05!! It would have been an even worse case of asault but Coach Carroll called off the dogs in the 3rd qtr to try and keep from embarrassing him even worse. To further my point in the ‘03 NC game in the Sugar agaisnt LSU the fianl score was 21-14 but up until the final 5 mins of that game the Tigers had held OU to 7 points and hardly any yardage on offense. That game was to the sad detrimment of Raiders fans the sealing of the deal to draft JaMarcus Russell #1 overall that spring.
We too are having a “down” year, MAJOR loss of talent to the draft, injuries and coaches leaving to go elsewhere. No one thinks that becasue of the record that Coach Carroll has forgotten how to coach, neither should DAWG nation think that CMR needs to be run out of town! QUITE THE OPPOSITE!!! Let him recruit a solid class and let them come in and contribute, it will take care of itself.

Fight On!!!

td

November 22nd, 2009
6:50 pm

Man up DAWG, You my friend are the reason I am writing to the real powers and asking them to please, please make no changes so that you non playing, no class fans can move on and stop giving my university a black eye.

LAKE OCONEE DAWG

November 22nd, 2009
6:54 pm

Bill
Your blog is hurting the UGA program more than helping it…Your answer to everything is to get rid of everybody and start over….I guess every time a year like 2009 comes along, the answer is just to fire everybody…You, Bill, are not a real Georgia fan, nor any of those who left early when the game was still in doubt, and all those who booed the guys who were playing…Some of you are like spoiled little private school kids, if they don’t have my kind of cookies before recess, I will call my mom and get her to come to the school and complain…We can’t win 10 games every year…Joe Pa couldn’t do it, Bobby Bowden couldn’t do it, and they were ready to let Coach Bryant go at Alabama after two consecutive 6-5 seasons before he came back and won 2 more National Championships….Be a fan with a Bulldog backbone, or go support another team….Or get you a handkerchief and go off in a corner and cry….

td

November 22nd, 2009
6:54 pm

SC Rules!!!, Your comments are what a true college fan understands and I thank you.

td

November 22nd, 2009
6:56 pm

LAKE OCONEE DAWG, I agree with every thing you just posted.

jackson

November 22nd, 2009
6:58 pm

Bill,

Fantastic summary…. I think it is the most well thought out thing you have done all year… Awesome job. My brother and I were talking before and after the game… The coaching problems are not fundamentals and it is not that the players aren’t being coached up. The problem is scheme. Our offense and defense is getting out schemed week in and week out. Bill, your analysis of the toss play is one I have been making since OKST. It is a horrible play and should be thrown out… reminds me of the read option Richt kept calling for Green. I mean we have great talent but we do not go to the strength of those players with scheme. Earlier in the season, it looked like our players were running the scout team offense…. You see it with players fighting to get to a spot… but when they reached the spot, they were out of position to make plays. (Insert any pulling OL or FB lead here). That is poor scheme coaching. We have improved that but in the end, Cox’s undoing was his height. The coaching staff seemed like they were calling plays as if a 6′5″ Stafford was in the pocket versus a 6′ish Cox. Too many batted balls and too many careless turnovers. Okay, your guy has great touch and can light up the deep ball. He is not effective in the pocket… so what do you do… run play action and boot… we were doing that early in the game… what happened? we were moving the ball really well. Then UK adjusted… stopped crashing the DE’s so hard. Theoretically, that opens up running lanes. It did but then we would run silly plays like middle screens that took too long to develop. And the defense… OMG Martinez has been outcoached the last two years. He does not have a good game plan coming in and he is not able to help his team out. Ok, so if your front 4 can’t get pressure you have to bring pressure from other areas. We did not put in effective run blitz packages, pass blitz packages all year. When we did, we kept our linebackers aggressive and reading the run action…. and boom, defenders out of position to cover the crossing routes or the zone squats. Not fundamentals, SCHEME…

Martinez is done and should be done…. my vote is to go after Tenuta at ND. He recruited well at Tech and knows the area well. If Martinez wants to step down to coaching the secondary, I am all for that but we need a new face in town.

Bobo – He needs to take a long look at what it is he is doing and how he is running the offensive scheme. He is not out the door as much as Willie but he needs to find a way to RUN THE BALL. He is too caught up with the idea of throwing the ball all over the place. Elite QB’s are rare… I don’t know if Murray will be that guy. I will tell you that unless we can start running the ball it won’t matter. Take a look at Alabama… what are they doing. Running the ball extremely well and playing tough D. Stafford, Moreno, and Massaquoi (and Green) really hid a lot of the issues with the O line and consistency of play. Makes me even question how much I really did not care for Stafford. Looking at the poor play and scheme makes me realize, UGA really needs to retool… If we beat Tech great… if we lose, oh well… but we will have 3 weeks to install a new offensive scheme. Bobo needs to realize no one cares if we beat Smelly U in the Toilet Bowl. What will be important is developing schemes to use against an opponent that will allow us to define what we will stand for next season.

Man up DAWG

November 22nd, 2009
7:00 pm

td …..the real powers know that you are nothing more than a nerd wanabe. Hey Im sorry that you were always selected last on the playground teams. Sorry that you were first to get hit in dodge ball . Softies like you really do give the university a bad name.

DawgVoiceofReason

November 22nd, 2009
7:01 pm

Dawgs73

You look pretty foolish, begging for L-Dawg to come back. He has announced he is done with posting comments on this site.

jesse james

November 22nd, 2009
7:03 pm

Man up Dawg – Your mommy was always writing excuses to get you out of your P.E. and playground games. Excuses are for losers and you are one.

TripDawg

November 22nd, 2009
7:05 pm

As a 7-year old boy, I saw my first Georgia game in 1957 when we “broke the drought” against Georgia Tech. I’ve been a fan ever since, and Georgia football has provided me with some great thrills. That said, I cannot remember a Georgia team playing a worse half of football than what I saw last night. It was unbelievable. I can only hope that this year was an aberration and that next year brings the changes that will return our program to prominence. Enough bonehead penalties, turnovers, dropped passes, stupid kickoff return decisions, and night football in Athens. How long until the Braves report for spring training?

TommyP

November 22nd, 2009
7:07 pm

Geez, Bill. You’re like a little brat that doesn’t get his way. Every single statement in this blog is negative. While the result wasn’t what we wanted, there were some positives in there or else we wouldn’t have scored 27.

“Two of the most ill-advised passes you’ve ever seen?” Give me a break. You apparently do not watch much football.

Now you’re suggesting they kick the ball out of bounds??? For a couple of years now you’ve bitched (emphasis on BITCHED) about not booming kickoffs and forget about the reasoning that they might bring one back. Now you’re advocating a kick out of bounds, huh?

How the hell did you back into this job?????

One more thing to soooo many on here. Are you still glad that Staff and Moreno left? Just wondering ’cause so many said we’d be better off without them.

SOS Dawg

November 22nd, 2009
7:11 pm

This blog has so many weak minded fans that are mired in mediocrity. They spend their money on the recruiting sites thinking they have the inside info on who will have the best players and team for the upcoming season. They purchase every year the regional college football magazines @ 7 to 8 bucks a pop to get all of this smoke blown up their arse. Yep that tooth fairy is coming you blind homers just like that MNC from CMR.

K-Town Dawg

November 22nd, 2009
7:13 pm

While I certainly understand the frustration with the UGA program right now, I don’t see very many ideas to correct the problem.

Other than Tenuta, who is a good coach with a crazy blitz package, who else could we look at that would be interested in coming to Athens? Either OC or DC?

We should be demanding ideas and solutions instead of wasting time bitching!

SOS Dawg

November 22nd, 2009
7:16 pm

K town Dawg……. No ideas or solution? Here is an idea….. read the damn blog!

jesse james

November 22nd, 2009
7:18 pm

I don’t buy any magazines and I sure don’t listen to these recruiting sites. These sites are one reason we are in the shape we are in. You tell me how you rate a 4 star, 5 star or whatever.
I can tell you one thing, I will support the Dawgs no matter what. I’m not a bandwagon jumper like you. One of those that only support when we have a real good team. Go to Atlanta Saturday and see all the Tech bandwagon jumpers. You are right their with them. When the going get tough you don’t bail out on the program and start criticizing on a public forum.

Man up DAWG

November 22nd, 2009
7:19 pm

I bet KTown dawg was one of those fans who asked the same Question who would be UGa’s next basketball coach?

LAKE OCONEE DAWG

November 22nd, 2009
7:20 pm

COACHES WALL OF SHAME
YOU ARE A WALL OF SHAME….YOU PROBABLY NEVER ACCOMPLISHED ANYTHING YOUR ENTIRE LIFE, AND YOU COME ON HERE TALKING ABOUT GUYS ON THE UGA STAFF WHO HAVE DONE GREAT WORK THEIR ENTIRE CAREERS…WITH THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS, THEY COULD BOX YOU UP AND FED EX YOUR SORRY A$$ AROUND THE WORLD…KNOCK GOOD PEOPLE WHEN THEY’RE DOWN, ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU CAN HIDE BEHIND YOUR LITTLE MONIKER–”COACHES WALL OF SHAME”…YOU MY FRIEND ARE A GUTLESS WONDER….

td

November 22nd, 2009
7:21 pm

SOS Dawg, Why are you a UGA fan? By your comments you do not like the team. Why do you not just turn in your season tickets, burn your red and black gear and put on that yellow gear.

Man up DAWG

November 22nd, 2009
7:21 pm

Im not bailing jesse Im demanding changes, something you are afraid to do.

dawgfan

November 22nd, 2009
7:22 pm

Enough about these poor “kids” laying it all down on the field and not getting paid. My a$$ they are not getting paid! Tell that to a parent of one of the thousands of students who write huge checks to pay for their kids education. These so called “kids” have a semesters tuition of tatoos on their arms. Please, they and the coaches should be held accountable, a should not be cottled! That is part of the problem in the first place!

Bo Williams

November 22nd, 2009
7:23 pm

Jesse James, Bo is short for Bogdan, Russian for “God-given”, synonymous with Tar Heel. Jesse James was the Bozo.

Bulldogs in Good Shape - Relax Dog Fans

November 22nd, 2009
7:25 pm

Should Georgia fire March Richt?

No!

Have you visited http://www.firemarkricht.net ? Any notion of firing Georgia Bulldogs Coach Mark Rich is foolish.

Yes, Willie Martinez, defensive coordinator, should be replaced. Yes, Richt needs to return to play calling duties for Mike Bobo.

And Richt needs to recruit more physical, hard hitting types of players instead of finesse ones.

But even Vince Dooley had his share of down, mediocre, and disappointing seasons. Go research Georgia’s win-loss record in 1979. We know what those Bulldogs did in 1980.

Now I do not expect 2010 to be like 1980. But the point is that every coach in college football should be allowed to have an occasional mediocre season, in the context of having mostly successful seasons – especially when most of those seasons land the team in a coveted BCS Bowl.

Remember that Georgia lost three critical offensive skills players (quarterback, running back, and wide receiver) to the NFL. Often the best coaching—especially during practices—come during a mediocre, struggling season that are followed by a solid, if not great season.

Time will tell us about 2010. As a Georgia Bulldogs fan, this 2009 season has hurt, but I also know I have been spoiled by success over the past few decades.

Yes, the Kentucky Wildcats winning in Athens was difficult to swallow. They’re a team that hasn’t won in 42 years (since 1967 I believe). However, Richt has had enough success at Georgia in which he has earned the opportunity to adjust, make changes, and improve.

Richt inherited and did not recruit David Greene, David Pollack, Boss Bailey, etc. While he did draft Matthew Stafford, Knowshon Moreno, etc, it bears repeating: Richt should recruit more physical, hard hitting types of players, and less finesse ones.

If Georgia foolishly fires Richt (which would surprise me), than more than likely his replacement won’t do a better job.

But that is really not the reason why Georgia should keep Richt.

Georgia should keep Mark Richt because it is the right thing to do in the NCAA world of “win now” and instant gratification. A look at his career coaching statistics should bring any logical fan to this reasonable conclusion.

Mark Richt didn’t suddenly become a bad coach after winning two SEC championships (2002, 2005) and playing for another (2003). When football teams have a disappointing season like this, the head coach has to be willing to analyze everything and everybody in the offseason.

In my humble opinion, team discipline is a significant issue at UGA due to numerous careless penalties, turnovers, lack of practicing fundamentals (like tackling), and frequent sloppy play.

The coach needs to elevate his game. Georgia’s offseason conditioning program should be evaluated, in terms of keeping players in their best shape in order to avoid injuries and to play in peak condition.

Also, assess the quality of the players and recruits from high schools. Evaluate each assistant coach. Are the players being set up for success? Are the players being coached to their highest potential?

If Georgia has one or even a couple more disappointing seasons in 2010 and 2011, then this issue will need to be revisited, and perhaps a coaching change will then be what’s best for the football team.

But not now. Not today. And even not at the end of the 2009 season after a meaningless exhibition called a bowl game.

WTH was that?

November 22nd, 2009
7:25 pm

Check one. Check, check. Is this working?

Topp Dogg

November 22nd, 2009
7:25 pm

Bobo sucked as a QB, SO DOES DOES COX.For those of you who think we have any chance against GT you are stupid and suck also.This is as bad as it gets so hold onto your donations or changes will not happen.

DawgVoiceofReason

November 22nd, 2009
7:27 pm

T.Slay,

You were doing ok with your post at 4:25 PM and then you veered wildy off track. And I quote,

” If Georgia loses badly to Georgia Tech (and I think they will) Evans needs to sit Richt down and tell him in no uncertain terms that Martinez is gone, the special teams coach is gone, Bobo is gone or demoted, in 2010 Georgia wins the SEC East and/or beats Florida. If Richt does not like these terms, he needs to go too. If Georgia loses badly to Georgia Tech to finish 6-6, they should not go to a bowl, period.”

Do you really think that is the way it works, that the AD “sits the coach down and tells him in no uncertain terms” that he has to fire certain coaches and has to either beat Fla. or win the East. No discussion and no give and take? Do you really think a man with Coach Richt’s level of responsibility would just say “well, OK” and take it? Would you want a Coach who would do that? Do you think he is an assembly line worker? Are you serious? Also, it is pretty well known that the Dawgs don’t have a special teams coach, so our AD would look pretty foolish if he said that. And what if we beat Fla. but lost every other game, wouldn’t the AD look pretty foolish by agreeing to such terms?

Now on to your next observation:
“There were some posts complaining about the fans booing or leaving the game early. The tickets are not cheap and fans or alumni who pay a good bit of money for the tickets (especially with the economy being the way it is) and are forced to watch the kind of play they saw in the second half last night have the right to boo or to leave early. ”
No one is saying they don’t have “the right” to leave early. Did you see the UGA police stopping anyone? What most thoughtful people are saying is that it doesn’t help the team to do that and that if you really cared about the team you wouldn’t leave with the game on the line. Plus, it simply is an embarrassment to the Dawg Nation to do it on national tv. It makes us look like quitters as fans.

Very strange

November 22nd, 2009
7:27 pm

How do all these players have scooters but cant purchase a drivers permit?

jesse james

November 22nd, 2009
7:27 pm

Man up Dawg – I’m sure somebody is going to listen to your demands. If changes are made or not made, I will leave that up to Coach Richt. You say you are not bailing, will you be back next year if changes are not made or the ones that you think should be made. I’m not afraid to make changes, let’s leave that up to Coach Richt. I can hear you now, Coach Richt ” I DEMAND CHANGES”.

td

November 22nd, 2009
7:28 pm

Man up DAWG, And who are you to demand change? Post your resume please. How many D1 teams have you played on, coached. Working at walmart does not make you a football expert.

jesse james

November 22nd, 2009
7:30 pm

Hey Bo! You back! How was the birthday party you had to work? Is that big red nose real?

td

November 22nd, 2009
7:32 pm

Topp Dogg, Why do have to belittle the players for UGA? You disgust me and I wish that you would just go ahead and put your yellow or Orange on and support another team because you do not deserve to be a DAWG fan.

K-Town Dawg

November 22nd, 2009
7:33 pm

I’ve read the damn blog and all I see is you BITCHING!
Do you not have ideas about how to correct the problem, or are you just bitching to bitch?
If you aren’t part of the solution then you are part of the problem.
I want to see this program turned around as quickly as possible and bitching about it isn’t going to make it happen. So I will ask you again, do you have any ideas or not?

Like I said earlier, the only name I saw was Tenuta. I think Patterson at TCU is a fine coach and a defensive guy, but he turned down $2M a year to be HC at Minnesota. The other person that comes to mind is Tyrone Nix the DC at Ole Miss, but I don’t know his track record.

We have the most profitable football program in the country and I personally don’t mind backing up the Brinks truck for the right guy but I want a winner.

DawgVoiceofReason

November 22nd, 2009
7:34 pm

Topp Dogg,

Wow, you don’t know anything about Mike Bobo as a quarterback and must not know much about UGA football. He led UGA to a 10-2 record as a Senior, including a win over Fla. and one of the all-time great passing performances in a bowl game.

http://www.georgiadogs.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=8800&ATCLID=301003

November 22nd, 2009
7:25 pm
“Bobo sucked as a QB”

GT For You And Me

November 22nd, 2009
7:36 pm

No better time than NOW,to convert to the ACC!!!!!!!

Man up DAWG

November 22nd, 2009
7:36 pm

Hey Dawg breath of reason……. The team had already Quit the fans. A lot of Fans walked out and a lot of fans are glad they did whether you agree with it or not. Most thoughtful people are tired of this crap. So you and others who are so faint hearted in thinking fans showing their displeasure publicly is distasteful then y’all need to support a little league team that doesnt keep score.

jesse james

November 22nd, 2009
7:37 pm

Topp Dawg – You are just a reflection of all these critics on here. I agree Bobo was a damn good QB. You do know what a QB does, don’t you?

SOS Dawg

November 22nd, 2009
7:39 pm

K town…… you need to read again you blind homer! Take of those rose colored glasses that has hampered you the last 4 years under CMR

virginia dog

November 22nd, 2009
7:39 pm

iCMR and Willie remind me of Fulmer and offensive guru Randy Sanders.(i think he is qb coach at UK) phat phil refused to fire his friend and that started a slow slide that ended with his firing. i now think the same is happening in athens.if richt had done the right thing for the program and fired willie last year, none of this would have happened. Just like at tennessee that small cancer spread and killed the host. i now think the same has occured at uga and it is now just a matter of time till MCR is pronounced dead.

yeah- we beat vandy

November 22nd, 2009
7:42 pm

wanted: driver’s lisc for my new scooter i am getting for christmas!

td

November 22nd, 2009
7:42 pm

K-Town Dawg, I do not care how many Brinks trucks you bring. Adams will not allow a DC to make more money than he does. Tenn, LSU, Bama and Fl. all pay their DC’s around 1 million a year and that will not happen at UGA as long as Adams is President. Now who is going to come from the NFL or BCS conference and make 40% less than their peers?

BTW: The D has not been the problem for the last three weeks. Turnovers and poor kick coverage was the problem last night.

td

November 22nd, 2009
7:44 pm

SOS Dawg, Again why are you a DAWG fan?

SagaciousSamDawg

November 22nd, 2009
7:46 pm

A reward of a pocket full of rocks goes to the fan who can opine with reason why UGA fullbacks rarely ever get any touches. (the size of the pocket and the makeup of the rocks are irrelevant issues)

K-Town Dawg

November 22nd, 2009
7:48 pm

td,

I agree with the D not being the TOTAL problem the last 3 weeks, but if changes in coordinators are going to be made I would like to have an idea of who UGA would look at.

And maybe at the end of the day, you get what you pay for. If Adams wont pony up for top-flight coordinators then we will never have a top-flight program.

Bo Williams

November 22nd, 2009
7:53 pm

Jesse, I’ve learned not to banter with a fool, thus ensuring that he is not similarly engaged. Go peddle your papers you inbred idiot.

td

November 22nd, 2009
7:54 pm

K-Town Dawg,

I just know what we are up against and do not know if it would be better to work with what you have? I do not think CMR has forgot to coach in one season.