There aren’t many better ways to spend a Saturday in November

Branden Smith made himself useful on offense as well as special teams and defense Saturday. (Brant Sanderlin / AJC)

Branden Smith made himself useful on offense as well as special teams and defense Saturday. (Brant Sanderlin / AJC)

A few more thoughts on Georgia’s 55-7 victory over Idaho State …

As I detailed Saturday, I had my quibbles with the Dogs’ performance against the Bengals, despite it being an overwhelming (as expected) victory. My concerns chiefly were the rather “shaky” start, as Mark Richt termed it, and the fact that Georgia wasn’t able to run at will against a defense that its scout team ought to be able to beat easily.

But aside from those complaints engendered by my innate worrywart tendencies when it comes to Georgia football, I thoroughly enjoyed Saturday. The fall weather was glorious (OK, a bit chilly in the shade under the overhang where we sit at the stadium) and the turnout was better than I expected, at least for the first half. Once the 1980 national championship team had been recognized at halftime, many fans headed for the gates and someone broke out the beach balls in the crowd. By the fourth quarter we could clearly hear the cheerleaders’ cheers from the other end of the stadium, and those with yearning to shift seats could pretty much sit anywhere they wanted to. My brothers, who were sitting up in the upper upper North stands, came down and joined my wife and me in Section 104 for the rather listless last stanza (if you look at it by quarters, ISU won the last one, 7-0) when some of the more obscure team members among the 74 Dogs who played got into the game.

So what else, besides the final score, was there to delight in?

True freshman safety Alec Ogletree getting his first start in a game that saw him partially block a punt to set up the Dogs’ first touchdown. He’s going to be a beast…

Blair Walsh tying his career best with a 53-yard field goal kicked into a stiff wind. (The down side was that a pair of field goals was all the Dogs could manage in the first quarter … oops there goes the worrywart again). …

Branden Smith showing his three-way value with a fine punt return and three runs for 27 yards (which put him ahead of Washaun Ealey for the day) in addition to playing cornerback. …

Bruce Figgins catching his first touchdown pass since the 2007 season and the heartening way his teammates celebrated. …

And the realistic and yet still somewhat optimistic way most fans I talked to are looking at the Auburn game (which is mostly what we talked about during all except the second quarter). The odds are long, but this is Georgia-Auburn, after all, a series in which the visitor frequently wins and drastic underdogs have knocked off their highly ranked rivals before. Few were willing to say they think it will happen, but nearly all thought it could. …

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Ram Tough

November 7th, 2010
7:05 pm

If Georgia can do 3 things they win:
good special teams, good on offense, good on defense

Not worried about the rest.


November 7th, 2010
7:08 pm

Some people will criticize Grandma’s turkey & dressin’. ;)

Herschel Talker

November 7th, 2010
7:10 pm

Please Mr. McGarity mercifully end the Mark Richt regime, and let’s move on to bigger and better.


November 7th, 2010
8:17 pm

I think UGA is the best 5 loss team in the country.


November 7th, 2010
8:26 pm

@ Yep, who said,

“I think UGA is the best 5 loss team in the country.”

That’s good stuff.


November 7th, 2010
8:27 pm

Mobile, that’s the understatement of the day.


November 7th, 2010
8:43 pm

You know, H Talker, Mr. McGarity is a real person, with a real address, and a real phone number.


November 7th, 2010
9:11 pm

vick=dog killing thug…..YOU BE SO CRAZY!


November 7th, 2010
9:12 pm

“Time on your hands” sounds really depressed and spiteful. Poor boy needs to come on over to UGA”s side before he has a nervous break down. Its just a college football game dude don’t take it so hard your team sux so bad .

Ed (The Original)

November 7th, 2010
9:14 pm

I think we’re beyond worrying this year, Bill. All of our worries have come true. This is a surprisingly bad football team.


November 7th, 2010
10:10 pm

I can tell you this much. I was at the game on Sat. and I don’t care who they play I just want to be there cheering for the DAWGS!! When I see the highlight reel on the big screen with Larry it gives me cold chills. Then when the team runs out on the field cold chills again. I know there are bigger and more important things in life but it’s nice for a few hours to sit there with my son and sometimes my wife and daughter and forget about all those things and just enjoy the game making memories with them things they will never forget. So I say Thank You to everyone invloved including the rest of the Dawg Nation it’s an amazing thing to witness.

The Exterminator

November 7th, 2010
10:15 pm

Richt haters can blow me. And we will give Auburn a game – a high scoring shootout. Not saying we’ll win, but we will give them a game.

And Tech fans — 8 out of 9. Can’t wait.


November 7th, 2010
10:52 pm

Using logic applied by many of the “geniuses” here, here’s my list of coaches who should be fired immediately (working mainly from Boweevil’s list of coaches “ahead” of Mark Richt):

Urban Meyer – all that top 5 recruiting talent and preseason number one pick by some and he loses 3 games in a row and almost loses to the worst UGA team in Mark Richt’s tenure. He should be let go very soon, before he has another breakdown.

Jim Tressel – another team with unbelievable talent and another preseason number 1 pick, but he gets blown out in national championship games and has lost already this year

Bob Stoops – No national championships in a long time and his teams also get blown out in national championships plus his team was number one, blew it and then got whipped by Texas A&M, a team that lost to a “terrible” UGA team just 11 months ago.

Nick Saban – two losses for the defending national champions and he lost to a coach of a team whose own fans think is terrible, some guy they call the “mad hatter” and he lost to a mediocre USC; just pathetic and wait til he loses big time to Auburn. Tons of talent – two Heisman trophy candidates and a senior quarterback who had never lost until Nick Saban became his coach. Who would want him coaching quarterbacks?

Mack Brown – he clearly has lost all ability to coach. I can’t even keep up with all the losses this year and then just crushed by Kansas State. What more needs to be said?

Brian Kelly – sure he can win at Cincinnatti but what has he done so far at Notre Dame, the most storied program in college football

Les Miles – this guy almost loses to UT (a team that the worst UGA team in 10 years absolutely destroyed), his own fans don’t think he’s any good and he couldn’t manage the clock if his life depended on it.

Joe Paterno – he’s over the hill, too nice and what has he done lately? So he won a national championship or two in his day, his time has clearly passed.

Chip Kelly – His team is still in the hunt for the national championship this year, so maybe we let him coach until they lose, but fire him as soon as they do because he is the coach of the player who punched another player on national TV, after losing to Boise State, a team that UGA crushed; just embarrassing

Gary Patterson and Chris Peterson – Well, maybe they shouldn’t be fired but you sure wouldn’t hire them to coach big-time college football since they haven’t won at that level yet.

Steve Spurrier – His time has clearly come and gone. He is blowing his best chance to simply win the SEC East; forget about the conference.

Paul Johnson – Sure he won an ACC championship but he’ll never have a winning record against UGA; might as well get rid of him now.

So, who does that leave us with that might be worthy of coaching at UGA when we get rid of the obviously worthless Mark Richt (Who cares about two SEC championships, 3 SEC championship games, domination over Tech and Auburn and a top 10 winning percentage, the first offense EVER at UGA to score 30 points in 5 straight games, no less with a freshman QB?)? Don’t even think of the fellow at Auburn with an unbeaten team this year. His team lost to UGA last year and look what his record was the year before that, awful. I don’t have the answer, but let’s at least get rid of these guys who just can’t get the job done with every advantage possible.

Delbert D.

November 7th, 2010
11:15 pm

DawgVoiceofReason – Hey, that was pretty good.

Gator On The Loose

November 7th, 2010
11:18 pm

“I think UGA is the best 5 loss team in the country.”

Music to my ears.


November 7th, 2010
11:48 pm

yeah, unfortunately what I want from the Dawgs this weekend is a hard fought battle. I want them to play tough through all four quarters. I don’t see Georgia winning the game, Cam is so tough to stop. Auburn will score 42+ but Georgia will hang in there throughout most of the game and make a run or two. Dawgs will have trouble matching the high score but I feel that Georgia can get into the 30’s and if the D makes some big plays, forces turnovers it could be one of those whoever has the ball last wins.

I think Auburn gets this one by 10, 45-35 or something close to it.


November 8th, 2010
12:29 am


collegeball fan in general

November 8th, 2010
3:43 am

Before all of you fans decide to boot Mark Richt, there are some facts you should read about him before making your decision to have him fired. Theres a web site called that compares Mark Richt to the coaches in the past at Georgia.
I hope you will read it and then make your decision if you still want him at Georgia. It’s called “Grading Mark Richt after 9 years with the Georgia Bulldogs”. See what you think………..Go Dawgs!!!!!!!!!!!


November 8th, 2010
4:27 am

Winning Percentage Coach at Current School :
.934 # 1 Chris Petersen Boise State 57-4 year 5
.863 # 2 Chip Kelly Oregon 19-3 year 2
.828 # 3 Urban Meyer Florida 63-13 year 6*
.822 # 4 Jim Tressel Ohio State 102-22 year 10
.805 # 5 Bob Stoops Oklahoma 124-30 year 12
.804 # 6 Mack Brown Texas 132-32 year 13
.800 # 7 Nick Saban Alabama 40-10 on field year 4*
.786 # 8 Les Miles LSU 59-16 year 6*
.782 # 9 Gene Chizik Auburn 18-5 year 2*
,772 # 10 Gary Patterson TCU 95-28 year 11
.770 # 11 Brian Kelly Cincinnati 37-11 year 4
.756 # 12 Bo Pelini Nebraska 28-9 year 3
.756 # 13 Kyle Whittingham Utah 56-18 year 6
.754 # 14 Bret Bielema Wisconsin 46-15 year 5
.750 # 15 Joe Paterno Penn State 400-132-3 year 45
.748 # 16 Mark Richt Georgia 95-32 year 10*

* 5th best coach in The SEC – winning percentage current school


November 8th, 2010
4:30 am

Program Record last 5 years on field, current head coach 2010
57-4 Boise State last 5 years, Chris Petersen 1
54-10 Florida last 5 years, Urban Meyer* 2
52-9 Ohio State last 5 years, Jim Tressel 3
52-10 TCU last 5 years, Gary Patterson 4
49-12 Southern California last 5 years, Lane Kiffin 5
49-13 Texas last 5 years, Mack Brown 6
49-15 Oklahoma last 5 years, Bob Stoops 7
48-13 Utah last 5 years, Kyle Whittingham 8
48-14 LSU last 5 years, Les Miles* 9
48-15 Virginia Tech last 5 years, Frank Beamer 10
47-14 BYU last 5 years, Bronco Mendenhall 11
46-15 Penn State last 5 years, Joe Paterno 12
46-15 Wisconsin last 5 years, Bret Bielema 13
46-17 Alabama last 5 years on field, Nick Saban* 14
45-15 West Virginia last 5 years, Bill Stewart 15
45-16 Oregon last 5 years, Chip Kelly 16
45-18 Missouri last 5 years, Gary Pinkel 17
44-17 Cincinnati last 5 years, Butch Jones 18
43-18 Auburn last 5 years, Gene Chizik* 19
43-19 Georgia last 5 years, Coach Richt* 20

* 5th Best Program in The SEC – won/lost on field last 5 years

Jim 007

November 8th, 2010
5:00 am

It is possible Georgia will win, but Not Very probable.

The way Auburn moves the ball and with an improving defense, could be hard for the Dawgs just to keep up with all the scoring

Big time?? Not

November 8th, 2010
5:38 am

Four tickets, four hot dogs, four cokes


November 8th, 2010
5:48 am


November 7th, 2010
10:52 pm

I don’t read novels (Understand that BoWeevil?) on the blogs but that sir was worth the time. Very good post with useful information and relevant.

Bama Fan #2

November 8th, 2010
5:50 am

You can take Alabama and Georgia’s best defense players and put them on a team and
Cam Newton would destroy them!! Case in point Bama let LSU qb’s get the most valuable
player award against the crimson tide and the dawgs let the gators score 34 points against
them!! RTR


November 8th, 2010
7:03 am

# 16 Coach in America Winning Percentage Current Coach at Current School

# 20 Program over the last 5 years in wins by the Program

Weakest point that he will have fired over these 12 months every coach he hired

None of them should be hired because all of them are better

Pick on them, try to make them sound worse

And, what are we left with ?

Coach Richt has been worse on EVERY POINT of EVERY COACH you did list


November 8th, 2010
7:04 am

And, the only reason it is a Novel

Is because there are SO DAMN MANY COACHES ahead of him


EVERYTHING you discuss about EVERY COACH you list

THIRTY FOUR POINTS to your thirty one points

November 8th, 2010
7:14 am

FORTY ONE POINTS to your seventeen points, FORTY NINE POINTS to your ten points…18 out of 21, 8 out of 10, 3 straight…..


November 8th, 2010
7:14 am

Reason, good point about Meyer. I have asked several times why he deserves any credit this year. Returns a Top 10 team. Best back to back recruiting classes in schools history probably. He loses 3 in a row, barely beats UGA worst team in a decade, and folks say it was a spendid coaching job. Truth be told , even he admitted that he didn’t win anything that day, but UGA handed him the game with the short field on TO.


November 8th, 2010
7:32 am

A list I would like to see:
Lifetime differential between posting irrelavant internet research at 2:00am under 5 different names -VS- actuall doing jacksquat about it.

Smart like a Fox

November 8th, 2010
8:35 am

Auburn by a landslide…..54-14

O. Geechee

November 8th, 2010
8:49 am

Haven’t hard you crying so much this year, Alt-Dawg. Why is that ? Your point about the hated Meyer, though: I agree that it didn’t take much of a coaching job to take a team with 3 losses in a row and beating UGA. And yes, the game could have gone either way. But, he’s had to deal with the loss of a couple of assistants, and both the OC and DC in the last 2 years, I think. That, and the turmoil at the end of last year with his “retirement”; it’s not surprising that he was going to have a rough year this year, together with breaking in a new QB who wasn’t all that. His ship’s probably turned around, though. How about Georgia’s ?


November 8th, 2010
9:03 am


November 7th, 2010 10:52 pm

That is a flimsy list is of 10 of the 20 coaches I listed who all have done better than Coach Richt (then you throw in 30 % more coaches to your list so that those have some validity compared to CMR and his lousy coaching staff.)

Half the coaches in fact doing better.

And, what do you say DawgVoiceofReason about even just those 10 ?

CMR better.

Urban Meyer – excuse me over 5 years he has more wins than every coach in America but 1 coach; and has 2 NC in this timeframe and over his entire career at Florida finds only 2 other coaches with a higher win %. Your point ? He lost 3 games. Hey dimwit, CMR lost 5 games last year and 5 games this year already. Judging him on losses 3 losses ? CMR is so far behind CUM on that point, that it is laughable that you start your comparison that CMR is somehow better than CUM with CMR’s 1-5 record vs CUM head-to-head. Feeble beginning for you DawgVoiceofReason. Unconvincing start. CMR is weak on the points you hold against CUM. Very weak in fact. Probably weakest of all for CMR compared to all coaches compared to CUM and this is your opening salvo to ME ?

Try again.


November 8th, 2010
9:05 am

Bob Stoops – why have you begun yet another comparison of CMR with his betters and begin yet again talking about National Championships for Bob Stoops DawgVoiceofReason ? Bob Stoops Won the National Championship for Steve Spurrier at Florida, which is why I don’t list Steve Spurrier on my list of coaches (But, that doesn’t stop you from listing him anyway in REPLY to ME you say.) In addition, Bob Stoops has Won The BCS National Championship at Oklahoma. Oh, did Bob Stoops have a bad loss ? Wouldn’t be anything like 3-6 Colorado would it whom CMR just lost to ? What about 4-win Vandie who beat CMR to even get to 4 wins ? CMR has had 10 such HORRIBLE BAD LOSSES in his 10 years here at UGA, averaging 1 a year and you found a BAD LOSS for Bob Stoops ? The bad loss you list is to 6-3 Texas A&M. CMR lost this year to 3-6 Colorado. Let me see, which is worse ? Let me guess. Hmm. I bet you think losing this year to 6-3 Texas A&M is WORSE for Bob Stoops than CMR losing to 3-6 Colorado this year, am I right ? Hell yes. Exactly what you said. Oklahoma is the master of their own destiny to play probably Nebraska in the Big XII Championship Game and then yes another BCS Bowl Game for Bob Stoops. They are 7-2 and you pick on them for a bad loss you say this year to a 6-3 team while CMR has a 5-5 record with absolutely a clearly BAD LOSS to 3-6 Colorado this year. His BCS Bowl Wins include over a 1-loss opponent ranked # 2 in the polls who came in in the Final AP Poll # 5 in the nation after he whipped their butts by nearly 2 Touchdowns; and a BCS Bowl Win again over a Top 10 Final AP Poll Opponent on the National Stage. CMR has NEVER beat a Top 10 Final AP Poll team in ANY BOWL GAME ever and here this Bob Stoops has TWO (2) such wins over Top 10 Final AP Poll teams in BCS Bowls, and what do you try to float past everyone here ? That CMR is better than Bob Stoops in BCS Bowl Games. B.S. CMR has beat a # 21 FSU 5-Loss team and # 19 Hawaii team as his ONLY BCS Wins, neither on the National Stage against a Top 10 Final AP Poll team. Your summary ? CMR Better than Bob Stoops. Hogwash : Bob Stoops is one of the Top 5 Coaches in America Won / Lost Record his career at current school and # 7 in the Nation over the last 5 years in Won / Lost for his Oklahoma Program; compared to CMR # 16 current coach current school win percentage and # 20 coach in nation over the last 5 years by direct contrast.

GIBBERISH attempt to make CMR appear better than Bob Stoops on your points


November 8th, 2010
9:06 am

Can’t wait to hear your next choice.

Nick Saban – Oh boy. Here we go with he has had all of 2 losses this season. Let’s see one of them to LSU who is ranked # 5 and your comment about that ? Just Pathetic, you summarize losing to # 5 LSU by Alabama Nick Saban. 2 Losses now on the season. CMR has a 5-5 record and Nick Saban is 7-2 and ranked # 11 in the Entire Country. CMR is # 59. And, this is your point ? Or, your point about Nick Saban is MY POINT about CMR ? Which is it ? In the CMR Era, Nick Saban has Two (2) National Championships at Two (2) Different Schools. He has 3 SEC Championships; he has Three (3) BCS Bowl Game Wins including Reigning BCS National Champions 14-0 in a season last year in which CMR was a piddling 8-5 (Hoping like hope to get back to 8-5 this season with NO HOPE.) His Reigning NC Win in the BCS NCG is over # 2 Final AP Poll Texas and his previous BCS National Championship Win is over # 3 Final AP Poll opponent as well. That is Two (2) BCS Bowl Wins over Top 10 Final AP Poll teams compared to CMR 0. Bunk that there is some measly way you can mealy-mouth Nick Saban into looking WORSE than CMR in even your own eyes son.

BUNK that you think this makes Nick Saban look worse than CMR. No it doesn’t

Mack Brown – now, we are comparing Mack Brown to CMR. Mack Brown has been to 4 BCS Bowl Games in the CMR Era and Won 3 of the 4, losing only to Alabama earlier this year when his QB got injured. He came into that game undefeated with him as his star. Even after the loss, Texas is ranked # 2 in the Final AP Poll. That is his 1 lone BCS Loss. Every other BCS Bowl Game was a Win for Mack Brown. Mack Brown beat a Top 10 Final AP Poll team on the national stage in a BCS Game 2 years ago and he beat an undefeated coming into the game # 1 ranked Southern California with their brand-spanking new Heisman Trophy Reggie Bush, both teams undefeated on the national stage coming in. Your retort to why you feel we are BETTER with CMR as our Christian Head Coach ? You can’t even keep up with the losses (5) by Mack Brown this season, while I am just as sure you can’t then keep up with CMR’s loses this year of 5 as well, right ? Or, the 5 CMR lost last year while he went 1-loss to NC only. Mack Brown is # 6 in the nation in won/lost record at his current school, while CMR is 10 places back at # 16; and you cannot keep up with the number of losses Mack Brown has this year. Texas in won/loss the last 5 years with Mack Brown is # 6 the last 5 years now including this season and Georgia is # 20 the last 5 years with CMR and you say here that Mack Brown obviously cannot coach anymore – that HE has LOST IT.

NONSENSE excuses you attempt to throw against the wall and have stick.


November 8th, 2010
9:10 am

Jim Tressel – you bring up NCG losses for Jim Tressel as to why CMR is BETTER ? In the CMR Era here at UGA, Jim Tressel has a NC at Ohio State 2002. 6 BCS Bowls Jim Tressel has been to in the same timeframe CMR has been here and Tressel won half the BCS Bowl Games he was in. He was on the National Stage playing a Top 10 Final AP Poll team in those 6 BCS Bowl Games while CMR has NOT beat 1 Top 10 Final AP Poll Team in ANY bowl game ever. Your Concluding ARGUMENT for Jim Tressel. He has ALREADY LOST 1 GAME THIS SEASON. Brilliant Bubba. CMR has lost 5 this year, ALREADY. And 5 more last year. 102-22 Jim Tressel Ohio State and CMR ? 95-32. Who in the blazes do you think is going to AGREE WITH YOU on this BS ?


November 8th, 2010
9:11 am

NONSENSE excuses you attempt to throw against the wall and have stick.

I have a question; after you finished writing that at 10:52 last night, how many of these coaches did you think CMR was better than on YOUR POINTS YOU DISCUSS ?


November 8th, 2010
9:22 am

damn BULLDAWG has returned!!!


November 8th, 2010
9:24 am

And, shoved his B.S. down his throat.


November 8th, 2010
10:13 am

Bill, this is such a koon dawg blog.

Everyone knows all that Athens has going for it and Sanford Stadium, awesome facilities….

You failed to mention the underlying “underachievment” of the football program.

Someone should be thrown in jail over the last 20 yrs. for the failure of Ga football.

Contiune to do the koon dawg thing, hangin with buddies, dawg cussin Urban Myer…


November 8th, 2010
10:17 am

Exactly Todd,

And, worst of all are the BLIND HOMERS in here actually saying The Georgia Bulldogs are BETTER than the 19 other programs over the last 5 years all better than us and saying CMR is BETTER than the 16 other current head coaches at the other schools all doing better there than CMR here in all his 10 years.


November 8th, 2010
10:23 am

# 16 Won / Lost Record Current Coach at his Current School CMR 10 Year Era

# 20 Won / Lost Record UGA last 5 years now this season included Georgia

# 2 in the nation in Most Arrested / Suspended last 5 years now this season includes Fulmer Cup NC

Bill runs in here with a feel good story

BLIND HOMERS say we are doing great CMR Era :

# 16 won/loss record current coach current school CMR 10-Year Era
# 20 won/loss record Georgia Bulldogs over the last 5 years

If that is great and you cannot come up with better ways to spend your Saturdays

That is the definition of

The DawgsReality

November 8th, 2010
10:26 am

Everyone needs to calm down.

I seem to remember most people saying that 2011 would be the year BEFORE the season even started.

We’re playing with a redshirt FRESHMAN QB who by all accounts has done a great job, but at times as expected he’s played like a freshman.

We’ve switched to a 3-4 defense from a 4-3 which takes time to install, plus we’re still getting the right personnel in. The terminology is different the assignments and reads are different, but the D has improved week to week for the most part.

Bobo’s play calling still leaves us scratching our heads at times but overall there has been improvement there as well.

I think everyone needs to take a step back and realize 5-5 is what you get with a brand new defenive scheme AND a redshirt freshman QB at the helm. It also didn’t help matters that our best offensive weapon wasn’t even available until game 4 this year.

Go back and look at Bama in Saban’s first year installing the 3-4 and he had an experienced QB.

Look at Texas this year with a basically redshirt freshman QB.

UGA is dealing with BOTH of these changes at the same time.

If most of the negative fans were in charge, Bobby Bowden and Joe Pa would have been fired LONG before they even sniffed at a national championship.

National championships are not an accurate judgement of a coach, there’s too much luck involved.

We’re having a down year, it happens, but wanting to get rid of a .700 + winning percentage coach in the SEC is like throwing the baby out with the bath water.

Everyone needs to relax, get behind the team and support them in hopefully winning out and going into the offseason with some momentum!

Go Dawgs!!!


November 8th, 2010
10:30 am

Has it really been 30 years? Hard to believe with all of those Top 5 recruiting classes … LMAO


November 8th, 2010
10:40 am

What I don’t understand about our running game is that for at least the last 2 years. Our guys get hit in the hole and just go down. You watch other teams and they break tackles. The only time our guys break long runs is if they aren’t hit till they are 10 yards down the field. It seems like our blocking scheme is telegraphing where the play is going and even Idaho State can read the keys and put people at the point of attack. So when our running back hits the hole the defense knows where they are coming and hits them right away before they can get started.

UGA Insider

November 8th, 2010
10:54 am

There will be NO coaching changes this week. That is crazy to think during Auburn week. The carousel will begin however on 11-28.

Spokesman for the Gator Nation

November 8th, 2010
11:02 am

The Dawgsreality, well said, I hope McGarrity gives Richt at least 7 more years before he fires him.


November 8th, 2010
11:24 am

Spokesman for the Gator Nation bold talk from a bunch that needed 5 turnovers to beat us.face it reptile we figured our that “revised” offense in 1 quarter and shut it down while our offense ran over and thru your bunch to come from 14 points down…you and I want CMR around for a while…your still drinking CUM’s koolaid.


November 8th, 2010
11:29 am

buzz 1-8 believe that!

Spokesman for the Gator Nation

November 8th, 2010
11:49 am

This video says it all about the beatdowns. Wonder why they don’t show this instead of Lindsey Run during the pregame in Athens?


November 8th, 2010
11:49 am

I don’t see it happening, but I think we’ll keep it within 10. Limit turnovers and we should score a lot of points.