Do UGA fans deserve to be called out?

Was fan support lacking Saturday Between the Hedges? (Associated Press)

Was fan support lacking Saturday Between the Hedges? (Associated Press)

ESPN.com senior writer Ivan Maisel was at Saturday’s game in Athens and was impressed by what he saw on the field from the Georgia Bulldogs.

In fact, he was so impressed with Georgia, the only team that has played two ranked opponents so far, that he concluded that down the stretch if Mark Richt’s team “plays the way it played Saturday, it will contend for the Southeastern Conference East Division championship.”

But Maisel wasn’t impressed by the fan support in the stands at Sanford Stadium.

When Richt said after the game that he saw “an awful lot of really great ingredients on this football team,” Maisel noted that “when Georgia fans hear that, the only ingredient they reach for is a grain of salt. They shouldn’t. They should listen.”

Richt said he saw the toughness and resiliency of his team in the losing effort against South Carolina, but Maisel said, “Too bad his team’s fans didn’t. Judging by how long it took them to get SEC loud, they came to the game tentative. They didn’t come in expecting Georgia to play well. If Bulldogs fans are honest with themselves, they won’t point a finger until they’re standing in front of a mirror.”

He went on: “If the Georgia fans hit the pause button on their complaints about what their team hasn’t done, they might see a team that improved markedly from the one that lost to No. 5 Boise State, 35-21, last week. If the red-and-black faithful stop batting their eyes at Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen long enough, they might notice a Bulldogs team that fulfilled the essence of the breed.”

That’s a pretty devastating knock on a fan base that prides itself on its loyalty. But I’m not sure it’s fully justified.

After all, the Dogs looked pretty bad in the Georgia Dome against the Broncos and yet a poll last week found 65 percent of UGA fans still supported Richt despite all the doom and gloom and hot seat talk.

OK, I think probably because of the uninspired way the Dogs lost the previous week to Boise State (exacerbating a general malaise hanging over the program the past couple of seasons), the crowd at the South Carolina game did perhaps start out a bit tentative Saturday. The pregame wasn’t as loud as you would have expected at the season’s SEC home opener against Steve Spurrier and the Gamecocks.

And the first half didn’t do much to get them excited, with the Dogs looking fine between the 20s but squandering opportunities to put the game away by having to settle for too many field goal attempts when they got in the red zone.

But once the offense started to get on track in the second half, the UGA fans were pretty loud and supportive. I’ll admit, I did wonder about those fans who packed up and started to leave when Carolina went up by 10, despite there being 3:12 left on the clock and Georgia having all three of its timeouts. You have to wonder whether those folks just come for the social experience and are more concerned with beating the traffic crush than backing the Dogs to the end.

But most of the crowd stayed put and stayed loud as Georgia narrowed the gap to 3 points, with the flood to the gates only really getting under way after the Dogs failed to recover the onside kick and the chance at one more comeback was lost.

I don’t think fan support is the problem at UGA. OK, maybe a lot of folks arrived at the stadium expecting the worst, but the place was still packed and the fans were into the game.

And while a loss is still a loss and “moral victories” generally mean nothing, most of the Georgia fans I’ve encountered actually came away from the South Carolina game feeling encouraged by what they saw — a promising team that fought hard, didn’t give up, and which lost mainly because of mistakes, not lack of effort or talent.

How about you? Do you think Maisel’s knock on the Georgia fans was unwarranted? Do you feel better about the Dogs’ chances this season than you did a week ago?

It’ll be interesting to see what the game day atmosphere is like this week with an underwhelming opponent coming to town. As of Monday, there were less than 500 tickets (which Coastal Carolina had returned) still available for the game. Will UGA’s streak of sold-out games continue? And how many folks holding tickets to the game will actually show up?

Hopefully, most of the seats will be filled. So what if this isn’t exactly a compelling match-up? It’s Saturday in Athens and a chance to see the Dogs playing Between the Hedges!

Join me there and let’s show Maisel and the rest of the college football crowd that Bulldogs fans are indeed loud and proud, no matter what.

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the real problem

September 13th, 2011
11:17 am

mark richt needs to keep the hammer down and win. he hasn’t been doing that lately…so we have problems. if he can’t do this, he needs to go. it’s really simple, folks.

treyingeorgia

September 13th, 2011
11:17 am

I don’t care what anyone says, coaching has always been an issue at UGA especially on the defensive side of the ball. You’ve got a track team on defense and your playing zone the majority of the time. What’s wrong with this picture.

Same with offense… spread the field run quick passes, slants, quick draws and what do they do instead. They consistently try and run a 15 to 25 yard out that take’s 3-5 seconds to develop…

Like I said lack of coaching is the issue…

cajdawg

September 13th, 2011
11:18 am

I don’t agree with Maisel.

What is happening to our fan base isn’t uncommon in this type of losing circumstance. There are some fans that are content with mediocrity and they have a longer fuse with respect to making a coaching change. Other fans like me say enough is enough. This really gets to the heart of what UGA football is (or should be): are we a perenial top ten football power with multiple attempts at SEC and national championships per decade or are we OK with being a middle of the road SEC team hoping and praying to beat the likes of Boise F…g state and South Carolina (who had 5 losses last year and looked sloppy as hell against East Carolina)?

Castle Pines Canine

September 13th, 2011
11:19 am

If you are stupid enough to pull against your own team, then what the Tech people say is correct. You only have to be dumb to get into UGA. I suppose that most of you people on this blog didn’t go to UGA anyway. However; if you are stupid enough to pull against your own team, then here is your sign, and you can’t fix stupid.!

UGA Alumnus

September 13th, 2011
11:22 am

•It’s true, UGA has one of the worst fan bases I’ve ever witnessed. And honestly, I don’t think it’s going to change.

•We are fickle and bail on our team game after game and season after season.

•Why is that? I think it’s because we are delusional. We come into every season expecting an SEC and BCS Championship and if we lose one game then the sky is falling on the Bulldog Nation.

DAWGS forever

September 13th, 2011
11:23 am

Great comments Dustin. Come on guys let’s get behind this team. We can and will finish 10-2 if we can beat MSU in a few weeks.

GO DAWGS!

UGA Alumnus

September 13th, 2011
11:23 am

•The only thing we as a fan base have control of in this football program is the quality of our fandom. Why don’t we try improving that, and leave improving the football team up to the coaches.
•And who knows, maybe, just maybe we can help these Dawgs win some football games with our loud and unflinching support.
•It takes heart and loyalty to stand up and cheer for your team and get them back on their feet when their down.
•Come On Dawg Nation! This is a call to arms!
•Go Dawgs!

TXDawg3

September 13th, 2011
11:25 am

Harold…the majority of your “FACTS” are simply opinions. All of your comments are welcome and critically open for interpretation; some have historical relevance and can be verified as accurate, while other seem to be a reflection of your frustration. Please learn to distinguish between the two when you make assertions.

WT

September 13th, 2011
11:27 am

I was one of those fans that got up to leave *while* Melvin Ingram was running the ball in for SC’s final TD, before they’d kicked the extra point. No, I’m not there for a social experience, but yes, beating the traffic was a primary concern. I did feel a little silly when we scored before I’d even gotten outside the stadium, but I continued anyway. I thought Mark Bradley’s column yesterday nailed it, explaining why deep down I felt like the chance to see us come back and win wasn’t worth the ordeal of struggling to get home: I just didn’t think we’d be able to overcome our own mess-ups, that we’d play perfectly enough those last 3-something minutes when we hadn’t yet in the game, or in a while.

I’m optimistic, but I’m a realist too. I missed about a minute of exciting play and got out before you couldn’t move. I think it was a good decision…

Dawgs fans have all way been band wagon fans

September 13th, 2011
11:27 am

when uga wins,coach mark richt is the best coach, glad georgia has coach richt. when uga lose or get behind, fire coach richt and every body at half time.then they chant hire kirby smart….dan mullen.. stay classy uga fans!

THE DUDE

September 13th, 2011
11:27 am

HAROLD HAD IT RIGHT ON, IF WE GET RID OF BO BO, AND GRANTHAM AND LET RICHT CALL THE PLAYS OF OLD, THEN LET HIM STAY. OTHERWISE WE HAVE BECOME THE LAUGHING STOCK OF THE SEC. NOW LETS GET HER DONE. 10-4.

Castle Pines Canine

September 13th, 2011
11:28 am

thanks TX dog I’m tired of this BS from fair weather dogs too!

alanier

September 13th, 2011
11:28 am

Enter your comments here I love Georgia and I am sorry to say that most of our fans are fair weather fans. GO DAWGS and hang in there COACH!

Castle Pines Canine

September 13th, 2011
11:30 am

Harold didn’t have it right on there DUDE, just 3 facts the rest a purely dumb opinion. You can’t fix stupid, so send BOBO packing

LawDawg

September 13th, 2011
11:30 am

Stafford Infection is right on the money. While UGA may be middling in the SEC the last 2+ years, the run from 2002-2007 is completely unmatched in UGA history other than the Herschel years. Richt needs to be given a legitimate chance to turn the program around because he is the only coach that ever brought a 6 year run of greatness to the program.

If we drop Richt, I have a feeling we will be just like TN when they got rid of Fulmer. They dropped a coach who was hugely successful in the past in the hopes of getting a hot coaching commodity (Kiffin). How has that worked out for them so far?

The problem is that the obnoxious complainers on this blog are likely teenagers for the most part whose only frame of reference for the UGA football program is 2002 on. Anyone who remembers the late 80s and 90s knows how lucky we are now, particularly since the offense and defense (without its best player) wiped the floor with SC. If Murray had protected the ball better and if the fake punt had not worked, we were looking at a 56-17 victory. The SC game was evidence that things are going in the right direction. Granted the Liberty Bowl and the BS game represented a nadir for the program, but this may be a good to great season yet.

Lindsey

September 13th, 2011
11:31 am

I think Maisel has a great point, reading all the negative comments from so called Dawg fans it is really disappointing. I hate that we lost to the Prince of Darkness and the Broncos. I put my hard earned money into this program and would like some positive results. But I came out of that game feeling a lot more hopeful then I did going in. I think the Dawgs have made a lot of improvements since the Dome. If they continue this way this still could be a great season for us. Like it or not CMR is out head coach and probably will be for the rest of the season. Dawgs fans need to support him and our boys and get ready for this week battle between the hedges, GO DAWGS!!!!

Ron Roberts

September 13th, 2011
11:34 am

I absolutely DO think the fans can be part of the problem; there were KEY recruits at that game, and thankfully, they paid more attention to the fight and tenacity our Dawgs showed on the field and not the hasty, leave-while-there’s-still-a-chance malcontents. What if those few thousand who left could have raised their voices one more time and tipped the decibel-meter a notch higher and helped to cause a false start, thus stopping Carolina on 3rd down with a minute left? We’d have had the ball back with a shot.

…but they left. We’ll never know.

I’m not saying the fans are going to be difference-makers, but the atmosphere AND their presence CAN be deciding factors in a tight game. Save your venom for blogs and emails; be a reson 5-star recruits WANT to come here instead of what might drive ‘em off.

ga gator

September 13th, 2011
11:35 am

My wife is a huge supporter of CMR, but he has to know that going 14-14 his last 28 games and making over 3 million a year is going to bring doubters and problems. Hold your opinions until after the season and support the team and the coach until then before passing judgement.

gbal

September 13th, 2011
11:36 am

I am very serious about this… I think the biggest problem with the negative attitude towards Mark Richt and UGA is the AJC.

Read articles thru the past two weeks and one would come to the conclusion that 90%+ of UGA fans want to see MR replaced. Poles taken by the AJC showed a much higher disapproval percentage.

In fact Bill in this piece tends to spin it as negative as possible. Read the link to the pole. The article was printed in the ABH by the way…

Bill says CMR has a 65% approval rating.

The poll says 20% of those poled say CMR should be replaced.

Will Bill and the AJC do a headline…..

“Only 20% of Pole says Richt should be replaced”

NO ….

He uses the more damaging or negative figure… 65% approval…. 15% by the way were undecided.

I really think the AJC hurts our cause on a lot of fronts. Angers fans, hurts us with recruits, and exagerates the negative in their stories.

Also gets bloggers from other schools who make comments that are not really true UGA fan comments.

If the source for UGA reporting was the local Athens paper, there would be much less negativity towards the DAWGS. We would be on an even keel with Knoxville, Columbia, Oxford, Auburn, Tusco, and others in reporting.

The AJC really is a big disadvantage to the home team and its ashame. It could be a big plus for us…. ITS ALL ABOUT BLOG HITS.

Not just mouthing off here…. If I were CMR I would strongly consider banning AJC reporters from press confrences or just grant private interviews with the local reporters. What do yall think?

And on supporting CMR…. I am still on the fence. We need a 9-10 game run with W’s against some quality opponents NOW.

Again, none of this is rocket science

September 13th, 2011
11:37 am

My, my, what some people say when a microphone is in their hands.

UGA’s record for several years now, not just 2011, is horrific. THE FANS are AWARE OF THIS RECORD.

Stop with bad mouthing the fans who bother TO PAY BIG BUCKS and SPEND $$$ on GAS and food and hotels to view this crap. W even take our kids, for crying out loud. My two pups are Bulldog born and Bulldog bred and they are grown and they too are ticked off with this regime.

THE PLAYERS DROP the ball or throw pics or miss tackling lumbering, 265 lb linemen running for a TD. Please get real. They do not miss easy field goals and PATs either.

UGA has passed the tipping point and for the record, that point was last year vs Florida. Enough said.

Get a new regime or we will see a half empty staidum folks. MnGarity works for Dr Adams who pulls all the strings at UGA. Make it happen.

UGA man all the way and I have been since i was in Sanfrod with my Grandfahter in 1958, 59 and 1960.

Class of 71 & 73

Marie

September 13th, 2011
11:37 am

Yeah – booing definitely helps!!! You have no idea what small thing might sway a recruit one way or the other; If i were a recruit, i would certainly want to play in front of the UGA fans – NOT! I was/am totally embarrassed. It’s easy to cheer for your team when they’re winning, isn’t it??? GO DAWGS!!!

DP

September 13th, 2011
11:38 am

While Georgia has good and bad fans like everybody else, I think overall it has the worst fan base in the SEC. I’ve never seen another SEC fan base that so readily quits on its team and leaves games early on a fairly regular basis. There was the 49-10 beatdown by Florida in 2008 in Jacksonville where the Dawg fans exited the stadium in the 3rd quarter and it was left to Florida fans to cheer when the Dawgs finally scored. I’ve heard it was almost the same, not quite as bad, against Florida in 2009. There was the game against Kentucky in Athens, I think in 09, nationally televised on ESPN with a bunch of high school kids Georgia was recruiting in attendance. Georgia still had a chance to get the ball back and tie the game with 2+ minutes remaining and Georgia fans were in a mass exodus. It was shown on the telecast and the announcers commented on it. At the Boise State game in the Dome this year, Georgia fans were exiting with 12-13 minutes left in the game just before Georgia scored to get within 14 points. Again, a nearly empty section in the upper deck was shown on TV and the announcers commented on it.

Does this happen at other SEC schools? Perhaps with a minute to go and the opponent taking a knee or with 3-4 minutes left in a rout, but not in the 3rd quarter and not in the 4th quarter when there’s still a chance of a comeback.

Dbalcer

September 13th, 2011
11:38 am

It was loud in my section but I was really discouraged by the jerk that set behind me and was silent except when something went wrong and then was loud about how horrible we were. If you can’t root for the team then give your tickets to someone who can it ruins the experience for those around you. I was so glad he left early. I have never understood people who leave in the beginning of the fourth quarter to beat traffic because you are missing what you came to see. The ending has yet to be written. The team needs us behind them all the way to the end. I will be in my seats for Coastal Carolina and I hope the stadium if filled with loud and proud fans. The students showed up last week and were awesome.

gbal

September 13th, 2011
11:38 am

Hold your opinions until after the season and support the team and the coach until then before passing judgement. …. I like that. GaGator. Support the team and the coaching decisions can come later.

Dale

September 13th, 2011
11:39 am

The team never fails to let you down. It’s like the Auburn 05 game replayed every week. Just when you think you can get excited, interception/fumble/and crazy runback (SC’s fake punt was like Florida’s OT interception return last year). And that’s just it. “We were poised to win, but then the unbelievable happened” “Yeah, just like last year.” Am I supposed to be cheering for these guys just because they made the team?

I want to get excited. I want Richt to win and to stay. These guys are getting too comfortable with losing.

Castle Pines Canine

September 13th, 2011
11:39 am

Just pull for UGA, the rest will take care of itself. If we need a new coach the powers to be will make it happen. I’d rather us win a bunch of games with a bunch of recruits watching, than not. Maybe you have a different opinion, but that is mine

Marie

September 13th, 2011
11:39 am

harold

September 13th, 2011
11:40 am

SEE COACHES HOT SEAT DOT COM

Why it's a Ruger, thank you.

September 13th, 2011
11:41 am

Georgia fan as sooo fickle! I’ve been here for 15 years and root for the Dogs each week. I’ve been listening to these cry babies for too long. Suck it up! Love your team, come rain or shine, or pack it in. Stop calling for the coaches head. The talent is NOT there….period. Yes there are a couple of blue chips, but you need more than a couple…AND IN KEY ROLES. The dogs will be fine and will have a good year, but this is NOT a top 25 team…just remember that and enjoy watching these KIDS play

Logan Walker

September 13th, 2011
11:41 am

After Boise State, my facebook wall was flooded with complaints and people calling for Richts head. My support never wavered, however I found it completely disheartening that other “die-hard fans” felt differently. After this week, I felt vindicated in my support of Richt. Most of the facebook crowd was positive, however a few still called for Richt to go. I feel that if fans could be supportive of our team, all facets of it, then we haven’t yet seen the best Richt has to offer us. The fact is kids love to play for him and he’s a heck of coach and mentor. I ask you this fairweather fans: How would our recruiting look if we lost Richt?

WDE

September 13th, 2011
11:42 am

@ga gator great comment we do need to back the team NOW. And evaluate CMR and the coaches jobs/roles/future AFTER the season…Go Dawgs!

Techdude

September 13th, 2011
11:43 am

From my perspective, I was impressed by Georgia. There Defense looked good, got pressure on Garcia half the time. Also you have to be impressed by #1. Things are looking up guys. You played two great teams. Don’t be so hard on yourself. Peace out and see ya after Turkey day :)

Dude

September 13th, 2011
11:43 am

How many time do we need to hear, “hold on for the future?” Results either happen now or end of year we go shopping for a new front office.

tony

September 13th, 2011
11:45 am

We need a coach who cares about the university of ga, fans and players. Start the search for a better coach or shut down program. Those young men deserve better.

Don Bulldog

September 13th, 2011
11:45 am

I am a big supporter of Mark Richt, HOWEVER as head of the team if he supports his Offensive Coordinator, Bobo, then he should go with him. If Georgia were to change Bobo, who was not particularly a star when he played, with a more experienced person who can bring the “dream team” together, I think the fans would leave Mark Richt alone, but if he supports keeping Bobo so strongly then get rid of them both and start with a new leader that will head this program in the right directions

FaithfulDawg86

September 13th, 2011
11:45 am

I completely agree with his comments – on the surface. All UGA so-called “fans” do are cry about this and cry about that. They leave games early, tweet nasty comments to players (young men) who are playing their hearts out… The truly loyal red and black will continue to bleed red and black and hang in there until the clock says 0 no matter what the score is, but the band wagon fans that we pick up always make the rest of us look bad.

CMR

September 13th, 2011
11:45 am

Mutt fans are just a bunch of in-bred drunk losers.

PMC

September 13th, 2011
11:46 am

Way too many alumni sitting on thier hands and students leaving at halftime.

It’s not even close to the louder venues in the SEC. He’s correct.

FaithfulDawg86

September 13th, 2011
11:47 am

Thanks, TechDude!

PMC

September 13th, 2011
11:48 am

That said, what has Georgia shown them that they should expect them to play well Ivan?

BulldogBen

September 13th, 2011
11:48 am

Calling fans out?? Are you serious?

NO fanbase is immune from frustration. NONE. Ask Bama fans how things were during the DuBose era.

Georgia gets support on par with any program.

Fans are just tired. Tired of mediocrity. Tired of excuses. Tired of having to take it from other fanbases.

I went to more games last year than I ever have in my life and we went 6-7. I will ALWAYS be a Dawg and support them but there are limits to everything.

Just win baby.

I-DOG

September 13th, 2011
11:48 am

Stafford Infection:

I disagree with you. Donnan lossed only 11 games in his last three full seasons at UGA when he was fired. Richt has lost 13 games in the last two full seasons and the first two games of this year. Maybe we can run the table from here, but based on our 7-10 record against SEC opponents lately… I would think we will lose several more to put Richt’s total losses to 15-20 games in 3 years versus Donnan’s 11.

Yes, Richt did deliver 2 SEC Titles to the program. He has been paid handsomely for that. One game, or even one bad season would not be a reasonable reason to make a change after his early success.

However, that success is a distant memory at this point and you don’t need regression analysis as a tool to see that the trend for UGA football is going the wrong way and that we have been reduced to moral victories (hey we didn’t look half bad out there).

UGA has probably the best recruiting territory of ANY team in the entire country when you consider supply of top recruits vs. competition from other schools. Top notch facilities including a 92,000 sold out stadium. It also offers a pretty nice pay check.

Anybody can coach this team to 6 or 7 wins when you are spotted 3-4 wins with a couple of cupcakes and Vandy on the schedule each year. I like Mark Richt, but he isn’t the only guy on earth that can win at UGA.

Historically, Dooley had an excellent team in 1987 and his 84 team wasn’t too bad either. The game had passed him by in the late 80’s (which may be what is happening to Richt today). Goff took over a program with the cupboard absolutely bare. We had 0 DL in his 2nd season and was forced to play LBers as D lineman and his teams fought hard and he had an EXCELLENT team in 1992. Donnan had a couple of good teams as well and he left the cupboard absolutely stocked for Richt: T. Edwards, Charles Grant, Boss Bailey, Tony Gilbert, Musa Smith, Witherspoon, J. Sullivan, George Foster, Stinchcomb, R. McMichaels

Richt has been well compensated and should be commended for the two SEC titles and the top 10 finishes early in his career. We won’t be any worse than we are now if we make a change and we have a chance to be better.

Bronwood Dawg

September 13th, 2011
11:49 am

The game against South Carolina only amplified how little the Dogs were prepared for Boise.

If we had spent time preparing for Boise the past eight months, we would be 2-0.

The fans know we did no preparation for Central Florida.

The Coaching Staff thinks we have an entitlement to win these games, just by showing up.

The fans know that, and are justified showing their feelings.

SpurrierOwns

September 13th, 2011
11:49 am

Spurrier owns Georgia.

’nuff said.

John Browne

September 13th, 2011
11:50 am

I could not agree more with Ivan Maisel. I wish Georgia fans would let what happens happen. Continue to support the team until AD GM decides one way or the other. I am die hard Richt supporter and if he is replaced it will be a sad day but I will continue to support UGA.

GODAWGS75

September 13th, 2011
11:50 am

I expected to lose against SC becuase of our previous games and issues last year. Alot of the same mistakes, problems, ect. Mark Richt is on the hot seat to me, becuause he can not stop the same problems plauging this team for several years. The play calling has been horrible by Bobo and nothing done to resolve it. Martinez stayed to long, and this shows me Richt does not have it in him to make changes when they are needed. I do not expect a title every year, but I do expect to see improvement in the areas we have issues. Richt to me just doesn’t cut it anymore, and I hate to see him go but when we have the money and the recruiting classes we do, we should expect a little more from him. For those of you giving fans a hard time for not liking Richt or booing, when you pay for season tickets you have a right to say what you please. When Bobo keeps making the same plays I want to Boo too. Just like when Miami fired thier head coach, it was time for him to go as well. WE LOST AGAINST UCF!!!!!!!!!

PMC

September 13th, 2011
11:50 am

It’s not just UGA though it’s this entire state. This state is simply not as passionate about sports in general.

cs

September 13th, 2011
11:51 am

fire richt, everyone under him, and the idiots at the top that didnt fire him two years ago.
stop recruiting quitters who will go to the nfl without fulfilling their obligation to uga. i’d rather have someone willing to play 4 years than a quitter who quits us all at the first dollar sign. that isnt team spirit at all and quitter supporter richt needs to let the thugs know they need to stay.

as for those on the backs of us for not accepting mediocrity, forgive us for expecting greatness and not sub par bang for the dollar.

SpurrierOwns

September 13th, 2011
11:51 am

45-42 very misleading. Game wasn’t anywhere near that close. SC dominated Georgia.
Special Teams – SC dominated
Defense – Sack, sack, sack, etc…SC Dominated
Offense – Lattimore Ran ALL OVER the Dogs…SC Dominated
Quarterback – Garcia dominated, Georgia QB did well, but when it counts, he always fumbles or does something incredibly stupid, like tossing the ball up in the air…SC TOUCHDOWN that won the game!

Spurrier owned the GA when at FL, and now he owns ‘em at SC. Dogs choked on C0CKS!

Ace

September 13th, 2011
11:52 am

UGA was supposed to lose and they did, no suprise. That’s the state of the program.