Fan talk: Is Aaron Murray’s sophomore slump perception or reality?

Aaron Murray throwing interceptions has skewed the perception of how well he's playing. (Brant Sanderlin / AJC)

Aaron Murray throwing interceptions has skewed the perception of how well he's playing. (Brant Sanderlin / AJC)

If having the other Bulldogs jump on the “G” could get our Dawgs that riled up, imagine what a week of having to listen to “Rocky Top” in practice could do. I know I’d be ready to tear someone’s head off and I’m hoping the Georgia D feels the same way come Saturday. Anyway, time to check in with the Junkyard Mail and see what’s on your minds as the trip to Knoxville approaches ….

Lamar Westbrook writes: I know Aaron Murray is a good QB, last year he proved it, but this year he is a liability to us. I hear Hutson Mason is playing as good or better than him in practice but he does not see the field any. I think Murray would start playing better if he felt threatened by somebody taking over his job. I think he knows the job is his no matter what and this makes him wreckless with the ball. If he doesn’t clean up the picks, it’s going to cost Georgia against a better team (remember the S.C. game)? I think Richt should start Mason one game, even if he only plays 4 minutes or 1 series of the game. This might be a wake up call to Murray because he is better than what he is showing lately. We all know this. Your take please. Thanks and GO DAWGS!

It’s obvious that the three picks Aaron Murray threw last week are responsible for most of the fan grumbling about him this week and talk of giving more playing time to backup Hutson Mason. But while Murray certainly has been responsible for some costly turnovers, he’s still a much better than average SEC quarterback, currently ranking third in the conference and 17th nationally in pass efficiency and ranking near the top of the SEC stats in passing yards and touchdown passes. The perception has been skewed, however, by the interceptions he’s thrown. But benching him for that just makes no sense at all. As for giving Mason more playing time, that’s problematic. He doesn’t have much experience against major opposition, and while I’m all for getting your backup some meaningful playing time (just in case), you generally don’t want to do that until the game has been safely put away. And the Dawgs’ second-half slumber has meant that’s not happening. Everyone points to the guaranteed playing time that D.J. Shockley got when David Greene was the starter, and while that experience no doubt helped Shockley once he became the starter, I clearly remember fans at the time lamenting how pulling Greene and sending in Shockley disrupted the rhythm of the offense. Remember when Shockley was inserted into the game and threw that pick against Florida in 2002? When it comes to Murray, I think former Georgia QB Buck Belue was on the money when he said: “Murray needs to pull his foot off the accelerator a little. … It’s time for him to understand what he can’t get away with. Protect the ball. Make some better decisions. Throw it away, if the play isn’t there.”

HollywoodDawg writes: Blair Walsh? Any thoughts or comments on why he has the “yipes” right now? New snapper? We know he has the same holder. Has the new off-season program affected his kicking? Any injuries to speak of?

It’s the same snapper and holder, and I don’t think they are the problem. It’s strictly between Walsh’s ears, a classic placekicker’s slump. I do think perhaps Walsh ought to listen to kicking great Kevin Butler, who thinks he might be a bit kicked out right now and should cut back on the overall number of kicks he’s making in practice and pregame.

Pete Cornish writes: Your article ignored perhaps a better [SEC expansion] alternative than FSU: Virginia Tech — always a top rate team, a national name, the Virginia/DC TV market and geographical balance to the conference. Like FSU, they would make the SEC East a little more competitive with the stronger SEC West. Also, you didn’t note that while FSU voted for the $20 million ACC exit fee, they and a few others kept it from being $35 million, which is the exit fee the ACC diehards wanted.

You must have missed my earlier pieces on SEC expansion. Virginia Tech has always been my No. 1 choice, for exactly the reasons you cited. But Virginia Tech officials have been pretty adamant that they’re not interested in leaving the ACC, and there’s been a lot of talk that legislators in that state like having VT and Virginia in the same conference. So FSU would be my first choice after Virginia Tech. There’s certainly reasons for possibly taking Missouri as the 14th team, but I still think either of the ACC teams would be a much better addition to the conference.

Mark Whitlock writes: I love your blog. I am taking my son to his first Georgia game. It’s my first since leaving Athens in 1991. His first NCAA game ever. What are the Dawg traditions at away games? I’d love to participate in all of them in Knoxville. Thank you.

Thanks, Mark. There isn’t a formal Dawg Walk for away games usually, but you should find plenty of UGA fans tailgating before the game in Knoxville that you and your son can share a few woofs with. Just look for the red tents! And my friend Steve, who follows the team on the road quite a bit, advises that if you’re around when the Redcoat Band arrives at the stadium, a lot of fans like to gather around them, sort of like a mini Dawg Walk. But the best away game tradition probably is after a Georgia win, when the players run over to the UGA fan section to celebrate. Let’s hope your son gets to experience that this Saturday!

Mike M. writes: Bill, I have noticed a couple of things and wanted to see if you have noticed them, as well. After Isaiah “stepped out of bounds” during his called back “TD” run in the 1st half, he seemed to sulk about it the rest of the game. There were a few close camera shots of his face and it’s almost like he was pouting that it got called back. Being the father of an 18 year old, I know maturity may be an issue. Also, we are not utilizing our obvious advantage of having 270 lb. Bruce Figgins at FB. With his size we have, in essence, another offensive lineman in the backfield getting a head start. Why wouldn’t we go for some of these 4th and short situations handing him the ball like we used to? Mark Richt-coached teams just seem to lack the killer instinct that he showed as an offensive coordinator at FSU. He seems more content with protecting a lead rather than play the psychological game of basically demoralizing the opponent when we get them down. Is he doing or saying something at halftime to cause the team to take their foot off the proverbial throat of our opponents? Are we trying to conserve energy for the next game to avoid a “letdown”? I hate to bring up negatives when we’re winning, but now that our defense is playing so well, it would be nice to have the offense do their part to give the “D” a breather or two.

I was at Saturday’s game and didn’t see the TV coverage, but if Crowell was pouting about anything, it was probably Richt deciding not to go for it on fourth-and-short a couple of times. As for not using the fullback in short-yardage situations, all I can conclude is that the coaches aren’t satisfied with Figgins as a ball carrier yet. Hopefully that will change the more playing time he gets at the position. And I agree that the Dogs need to keep their foot on the pedal in the second half. I hate watching a team sit on a lead.

Chad writes: Do you think all the SEC East teams can win is a division? There was a story on the CBS App that said basically all East teams will be is Miss Congeniality!

Frankly, I think the SEC East team will be the underdog in the championship game, no matter who it is, and rightfully so. A few years back we used to joke about how weak the SEC West was, but that certainly hasn’t been the case the past couple of seasons.

Hairy Dawg with the old UGA fireplug. (Patrick Garbin)

Hairy Dawg with the old UGA fireplug. (Patrick Garbin)

Greg Poole, aka ecdawg, writes: Hey Bill, enjoyed seeing your mention of the fireplug. We have been trying to get a grassroots movement going to bring back the hydrant.

I’m all for it! And courtesy of Bulldogs historian Patrick Garbin, Greg supplied the photo of Hairy Dawg with the plug and a video of the cheerleaders bringing it onto the field ahead of the team in 1980 that you can see here. It’s a grand old tradition that definitely ought to be revived.

Finally, Patrick Brooks writes: Bill, I have a theory that I think provides a good answer to what on the surface appears to be waning student support for the football team. Prior to 2009 students received a ticket book of physical tickets just like every other season ticket holder. Because these physical tickets were distributed before the season started 2 things were true: 1) there was a healthy secondary market whereby students who had a ticket but did not go to a game could sell the ticket to another student and 2) even if the ticket went unused the University had no way to recall the ticket to sell to the general public. Beginning with the 2009 season the University moved to a student ID ticket system where the tickets students ordered were automatically loaded on their student ID cards. This move had many positives, but one big negative was that it destroyed the secondary market. UGA also began a system where if a student was not going to a game they could elect to “donate” their ticket to an online pool before Wednesday on the week of the game and it would be transferred to a student who, again by Wednesday, requested a ticket if one became available. However, because there were no repercussions for choosing not to donate an unused ticket most students chose not to donate. Students desiring tickets quickly learned that their chances of receiving a donated ticket were small so they quit putting in ticket requests. Today the student ticket system is substantially the same, with 2 changes: 1) there is a penalty for not donating tickets (if you fail to donate 3 unused tickets you will not be eligible for tickets next year) and 2) you can donate a ticket to a specific student instead of just to a pool of tickets. The first change is meant to encourage higher attendance (and this is different from a sellout) at games by getting the tickets in the hands of those that want them; the second change has the potential to revive the secondary market. Because there is now a penalty for not donating unused tickets there has been a huge influx of donated tickets, but there has not been a commensurate influx of ticket requests. Because these tickets are electronic and not physical, the University now has the ability to recall these donated and unclaimed tickets and attempt to sell them to the general public. This gives the appearance of a sudden lack of student interest and support in the football team, but really all that has changed is the ticket system students operate under. I believe that as the University continues to improve its system and students learn that there are many tickets available to be claimed the number of tickets that become available on the Wednesday before every home to the general public will decrease. This new system will prevent sellouts the way they used to happen, particularly for our yearly “Coastal Carolina” game, but should end up producing higher attendance.

Whew. I think you’ve pretty well summed it it all up there. Frankly, I never understood why the university really cared about students reselling unused tickets to nonstudents. Seems sort of miserly on the school’s part.

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Expert Opinion

October 6th, 2011
3:33 pm

@GT Joe

In other words, the very best team that Tech has played thus far is currently ranked (about?) #40.

How do you get ranked “about” anything?

Note to a dawgtard

October 6th, 2011
3:34 pm

“You don’t have the quality, skill or size athletes that we have, which is why we kick your @$$es when you try to match up with a hat on a hat.”

That may be true, but Tech’s athletes do have brains, which you can’t say for the low class dummies that Richt recruits, few of which could get into a school with any real academic standards.
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Georgia Tech had the nation’s best average SAT score for football players, 1028 of a possible 1600, and best average high school GPA, 3.39 of a possible 4.0. But because its student body is apparently very smart, Tech’s football players still scored 315 SAT points lower than their classmates.

Many schools routinely used a special admissions process to admit athletes who did not meet the normal entrance requirements. More than half of scholarship athletes at the University of Georgia, the University of Wisconsin, Clemson University, UCLA, Rutgers University, Texas A&M University and Louisiana State University were special admits. . . At Georgia, for instance, 73.5 percent of athletes were special admits compared with 6.6 percent of the student body as a whole.

DAWGtired

October 6th, 2011
3:35 pm

It should be upsetting that you’re ranked #13 and will still be a probable underdog when we whip Tech in November. Does that “sting”?

Spaceman Spiff

October 6th, 2011
3:39 pm

@Note

You really told us there… please oh please try to bring a valid argument for why tech can’t beat UGA

DAWGtired

October 6th, 2011
3:40 pm

Dawgtarded-
I didn’t realize that we were in a SAT competition with Tech. This is a football blog btw, and you’re proving yet again to be lacking the skill to match up with UGA in football…only this time in debating how overrated your paper-powerhouse football program is this year. How does it feel knowing that you routinely lose in-state talent battles with not only the state flag-ship university, but Alabama, Auburn, Tennessee, Florida, and this year…*gasp*…Vanderbilt?

Spaceman Spiff

October 6th, 2011
3:43 pm

@GT Joe

We are still waiting on the facts behind your claims…

TronDawg

October 6th, 2011
3:43 pm

1. Murray is 10th in SEC in sacks allowed. He has a slow decision making ability, and can’t tread defenses fast. Mason got the ball out quick this year when he went in, no one touched him. his isn’t a scheme or o-line issue as UGA o-lines have ranked 4th in sacks allowed in 2007, 2nd in 2008, and 1st in 2009 without Murray. Dropped to 7th in SEC in sacks allowed in 2010, clearly, Murray is the problem when it comes to sacks.
2. Murray doesn’t know his outlets, Mason does. Murray rarely hits the back or outlet rec.
3. Murray chokes against good teams, not a soph slum, did it his fresh year too, now winless against ranked teams, 0-10 against winning teams. This is a guy who simply can’t win against a winning team.
4. Murray has UGA ranked poor in 3rd down conversions.
5. Murray throws 6 int’s this season, 11th in SEC, only Garcia is worse. Murray’s int’s cost us big against SC. How we overcame 3 int’s in last game is mystery. Murray should be benched any game where he throws a td. ESPECIALLY when he throws 2-3 int’s in ONE GAME. Mason has earned that.
6. Mason needs reps in case Murray gets hurt. No reason Murray should have been in late up by 2 td’s unless Bobo is scared Mason will show Murray up again.
7. Murray can’t lead, no significant team wins in 2 seasons. NONE.
8. Murray is a liability in big games. 4 to’s vs. UF, 2 vs. UCF, 4 vs. SC, 4 vs. Ole Miss.

A. Murray

October 6th, 2011
3:44 pm

But hey, what about my record against S Carolina?….I mean, uh…

Spaceman Spiff

October 6th, 2011
3:45 pm

Is TronDog really thomas brown in disguise? Please tell us how you know #2 for a fact…

Spaceman Spiff

October 6th, 2011
3:45 pm

@ A. Murray

Your Murray fathead wall decal is awaiting pickup

GT Joe

October 6th, 2011
3:47 pm

What facts are you looking for? Go to espn.com, look at the USA TODAY coaches poll ranking. UNC is #40 in votes.

UNC is the best team we BEAT. Who is the best team you BEAT? How many votes did that team get in ANY poll? Thank you.

DAWGtired

October 6th, 2011
3:47 pm

Option football has been dead since Osborne retired in the 90’s. It is now relegated in FBS division to Service Academies and…Tech. Service academies have stringent conditioning standards for weight, and BF%. This limits their athletic talent. Strict academic standards (which the don’t typically waive) also limit talent. The option, with a disciplined team, can mitigate a talent differential to keep a team “above water.” By that reasoning, Tech is a substandard athletic institution, who might as well be playing in Division II with their apparent lack of confidence in it’s athletes. I’m embarrassed how far you’ve fallen since you left the SEC. How’s that panning out, BTW?

GT Joe

October 6th, 2011
3:48 pm

And sorry, Tech will be at least a touchdown favorite over the MUTTS. Of course, upsets can happen, and Richty will surely be praying for one.

GT Joe

October 6th, 2011
3:49 pm

How’s that panning out, Dawgtard? Let’s see, national title in 1990? BCS bowl 2 years ago?

Expert Opinion

October 6th, 2011
3:50 pm

@TronDawg

So then… Why isn’t Super Mason© starting?

GT Joe

October 6th, 2011
3:51 pm

Dawgtired: option football is right now #2 in total yards and total points in the FBS. Not so dead, is it?

Spaceman Spiff

October 6th, 2011
3:51 pm

GT Joe,

And you are crowing because the only team you have beaten is supposedly #40? Wow, or is it crying at the knowledge you are probably, at best, #2 in the state (assuming, of course, that you could beat GA Southern). And on that subject, why is it GT never plays Ga Southern? Scared, maybe?

GT Joe

October 6th, 2011
3:52 pm

Spiff, we are playing GSU. 2014 i think.

We aren’t nearly as scared as UGA was when GSU had Erk.

Spaceman Spiff

October 6th, 2011
3:52 pm

GT Joe,

When you play paper defenses you should have yards…tech will be a td favorite? best one yet…

Expert Opinion

October 6th, 2011
3:52 pm

GT Joe
October 6th, 2011
3:47 pm

What facts are you looking for? Go to espn.com, look at the USA TODAY coaches poll ranking. UNC is #40 in votes.

UNC is the best team we BEAT. Who is the best team you BEAT? How many votes did that team get in ANY poll? Thank you.

Oh… Okay. They’re #40 then. Not “about” #40.

I am not a football team. I haven’t beaten anyone. I’m just a fan.

GT Joe

October 6th, 2011
3:53 pm

Hey Spiff: who is the best team UGA BEAT? Is it coastal or ole missy or ole miss? I can’t tell, cause none of them get ANY votes in ANY poll. Even DOOK got a vote.

Spaceman Spiff

October 6th, 2011
3:53 pm

2014? Oh wow…

TronDawg

October 6th, 2011
3:53 pm

#2 Murray doesn’t know his outlet receivers.

Proof?
Only 8 passes to Figgins & Crowell.

Murray’s usually looking downfield, and throws, even when guys are covered.

Spaceman Spiff

October 6th, 2011
3:53 pm

GT Joe,

still going back to that, eh? bring some substance…

DAWGtired

October 6th, 2011
3:55 pm

See that one gets me too, Joe. See, that was a SPLIT title, and I didn’t realize that Champions came in pairs? UGA has two CONSENSUS National Titles…something that Tech cannot claim. Bowl was vacated, by the way, for cheating. Maybe that’s why the SAT scores are inflated as well, but who knows, right? You lost that bowl, so maybe the vacation was a good thing…asterisks abound at Tech. Georgia has only had 3 BCS Bowls with two victories, 5 Eastern Division Titles, 3 SECCG appearances, 2 SECC, and 7 top ten rankings in that same time, so you’re really doing a great job “keeping up with the Joneses”.

GT Joe

October 6th, 2011
3:55 pm

Well if there is no comeback to it, spiff, just admit it, and I’ll move on to the next fact.

TronDawg

October 6th, 2011
3:56 pm

Why isn’t Mason starting? Richt doesn’t look at the right things when it comes to evaluating his QB. Richt thinks since Murray was recruited by more colleges than Mason,. he must be better, dpespite how Mason has outplayed Murray on G-Day and vs. Coastal Caro.

GT Joe

October 6th, 2011
3:57 pm

What bowl was vacated tired? Show me a link. Fool.

btw, are you claiming a 1942 NC title? As in, during WWII title? As in, only folks playing football were draft dodgers 1942? LOL.

A. Murray

October 6th, 2011
3:57 pm

I mean my record against FLA…I mean AUB….dang, I’m supposed to be ALL SEC! When will I beat anyone good?!

TronDawg

October 6th, 2011
3:58 pm

Murray is:
10th in SEC in sacks
7th in SEC in 3rd down conversions
11th in SEC in interceptions
0-10 vs. winning teams

Thomas Brown

October 6th, 2011
3:59 pm

Georgia tek ?

You guys are on

NCAA PROBATION

back-to-back repeat offenders

You are also

1-9 vs our coach who is on the hot seat. What does that tell you ?

And, academics at Georgia tek – PLEASE – you graduate FEWER of your

football players
men’s basketball players
women’s basketball players
baseball players

than we do and we beat you in all these sports too. Now, are you going to let us discuss Aaron Murray or hi-jack this blog like you all day everyday, talking to yourself posting and replying to yourself you child.

TronDawg

October 6th, 2011
3:59 pm

Baylor QB has thrown 18 td’s, 1 int, completed 85%, thrown more td’s than incompletions. Only lost 1 game as a starter.

Thomas Brown

October 6th, 2011
4:02 pm

“6. Mason needs reps in case Murray gets hurt. No reason Murray should have been in late up by 2 td’s unless Bobo is scared Mason will show Murray up again.”

TronDawg 343 pm – exactly

DAWGtired

October 6th, 2011
4:02 pm

You’re serious, Joe? GT vacated it’s wins and ACC title in 2009 due to eligibility infractions of D. Thomas and Morgan Burnette. You don’t even know your own ailments…that’s disconcerting.

http://mbd.scout.com/mb.aspx?s=46&f=3167&t=7671692

Expert Opinion

October 6th, 2011
4:03 pm

@TronDawg

Do you feel like Georgia needs a new coaching staff, or that they merely need to play the backup QB?

WDE

October 6th, 2011
4:06 pm

Bill your filters sux big time…

GT Joe

October 6th, 2011
4:06 pm

dawgtired, what a fool. You said we vacated the BCS bowl game. The answer is no. Thanks for playing.

WDE

October 6th, 2011
4:07 pm

@TronDawg then get the bloody Baylor QB to play for your team we have a QB.

Josh

October 6th, 2011
4:09 pm

I stand by my comment that Murray and Brays numbers were equivocal before the Miss State game. Here are the numbers. In four games murray was 70 for 110 in completions 940 yards, a completion percentage of 63.6 percent, 11 tds and 3 ints. Bray in three games was 77 for 113, 986 yards, and 68.1 completion percentage, 10 tds and 2 ints. Very close together. Now look who UGA play; Boise State (number 5 team in the country) South Carolina (Top 10 team) Coastal Carolina (the only number murray had better against CC than USC was completion percentage) and Ole Miss ( another SEC team). Bray played against Montana, Cincinnati, and Florida. Lets look at the twos sec play. Murray; 49 for 80, 676 yards, 61.25 completion percentage, 8 tds, and 5 ints ( this includes Miss State. Bray is 26 for 28, 288 yards, 54.2 completion percentage, 3 tds, and 2 ints ( I will give this is just one game, but look at his overall numbers and he looks impressive against three bad teams, and only one good team. A player can have a bad game, if we benched the everytime they did they probably wouldn’t play. if you want to say he isn’t good because he hasn’t won the big game yet, thats not fair to him. murray is responsible for 15 tds this year, that is 105 points (Walsh hasn’t missed and xpt this year), or 21 points per game. this doesn’t include Runningbacks tds or the one td by Mason or field goals. UGA is averaging almost 30 points per game. If you are scoring that often, you would hope the defense would stop someone. If you want to make the argument that he isn’t doing his job, just isn’t correct. He is giving the team a chance to win. I saw a baseball game this year where the starting pitcher for one team threw a complete game one hitter. that one hit was a homerun, the only mistake he made the entire game. They lost the game 1-0. Everyone on the team has to do their job. you can’t make an argument that Murray is not doing his. I still think David Greene is one of the best qbs ever to play at Georgia. However, good he was take his best year, and this year for Murray and Murray is on pace to have a better year than Greene had his best year with exception to int and wins The best Murray can do is finish one win less than Green had. Greene had tons of of experienced skill players, Murray hasn’t. Last year Murray didn’t have a good defense, this year’s is starting to take shape. Greene had Van Gorder as the Defensive Coordinator. I think i could have won a tone of games knowing that I only had to get Billy Bennett in to field goal position once ore twice a game to have a shot to win. Murray hasn’t had that, atleast not yet, he hs had to score a lot points to win. He has done that. I was also looking at Murray’s stats and he seems to excel the more passes he throws. Like I said before give Murray time to throw the ball and let him get into a rhythm, and I guarantee that he will live up to his expectations.

WDE

October 6th, 2011
4:10 pm

@GT Joe your correct Bug you would have only vacated the Bowl game win if you WON the bowl game and since it was a Bowl game you lost….you have a tradition of that lately. Newsflash and as many times as your Buggish Bunch has been on probation etc you would think you would know this…they only vacate wins…you get to keep the losses.

TronDawg

October 6th, 2011
4:10 pm

Murray is weak link on team (only weak link).

Mason or Lemay would play better than him right now, both outplayed him on G-Day at the end of the game when it counted.

Team is solid on D, special ,teams (quit asking Walsh to kick 50 yarders), rb/wr’s, just QB stinks and has stunk since 2010.

Murray can’t win against real teams.

It’s not Bobo. Bobo succeeded with DJ, Greene, Cox, won a lot of games.

Expert Opinion

October 6th, 2011
4:11 pm

@Josh

Paragraph breaks are your friends. Don’t fear them.

RedandBlackDawg

October 6th, 2011
4:11 pm

Below you will see a statement GI Joe errrrr GT Joe made for last week, It is people like him that make you fell sorry for folks that drink too much cheap booze. Must be getting his fill of it, like thunderbird, down on North Ave.

His top notch prognostication for the previous week
MSU pounds UGA 34-6: “Fire Mark Richt! He’s an embarrassment!”

Book it

Come on Joe, give us the score as you see it for this week.

GO DAWGS and GATA

WDE

October 6th, 2011
4:12 pm

@TronDawg really TronDawg and you didn’t think we see you for the Bug troll you are TronDawg LMAO! Take your Baylor QB and light saber and begone!

GT Joe

October 6th, 2011
4:13 pm

Tennessee 48-4 (yes two safeties).

Belue was correct

October 6th, 2011
4:13 pm

Murray is an emoitonal player. He gets jacked up and sails the ball or he looks too long and longingly for Orson Charles, trying to pump up his resume for the NFL next year. Charles will leave for the NFL ………..so Aaron thinks that it is his job to build the stats in favor of Orson.

Murray simply chokes in big games and has done so from the very beginning. He makes horrifc decisions, airs the ball out with inaccurate throws and is too emotional to lead the team. I think that if he reverses this bad trend vs UT, then fine but if not, he needs to sit down for a good while. NEXT !!

His O line is also partially responsible for not blocking in passing situations.
Go Dogs.

TronDawg

October 6th, 2011
4:14 pm

Murray is only completed 46% of his passes in the red zone (7 for 16).

He chokes under pressure.

truedawg

October 6th, 2011
4:15 pm

Joke next to Coke joey…
SCORE BOARD….Spread offense at gt = spread wins again uga, spread 3 wins over 20 years.
Score Board my friend…GO DAWGS!!!

DAWGtired

October 6th, 2011
4:15 pm

Wrong again…the only thing CURRENTLY stripped is the title, b/c of your appeal. HOWEVER, all wins will be vacated for games that the two played in, since no suspensions were ever enforced and b/c you are a repeat offender from the probation that would have ended in November 2010. MEANING ALL GAMES IN THE SEASON. Check it out again, Joey.

Expert Opinion

October 6th, 2011
4:15 pm

@TronDawg

You should e-mail CMR. Seems you have it all figured out — while he is clueless.

Still… He’s a really nice guy.