Fan talk: How would late-season Dawgs match up with Boise State?

The Dogs looked bad in those awful uniforms and played even worse when they met Boise State. How would they do now? (Brand Sanderlin / AJC)

The Dogs looked bad in those awful uniforms and played even worse when they met Boise State. How would they do now? (Brand Sanderlin / AJC)

As we gear up for the renewal of the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry, it’s time to answer some Junkyard Mail. …

Clark Colwell writes: Bill, I know it doesn’t mean much now, but I can’t help but wonder. If UGA played Boise State now instead of at the beginning of the season what kind of game do you think we would see? The defense is without question much better now. Team confidence is much higher. [Aaron] Murray and the offense are playing better. What do you think?

Georgia clearly played its worst game against the Broncos at the Georgia Dome to open the season and is a much better team now than it was then. Boise’s a really good team and clearly is still the best the Dogs have faced this season. But I think if they met now, it would be a much closer game. Vince Dooley said the other day that “if we played Boise State four times … maybe we’ll beat them once.” I think the odds might be a bit better than that. I’d take Georgia in an upset if they played now. Especially if the Dogs weren’t dressed like Power Rangers.

Chad Moon writes: Hello Bill, love your blog. I was born and raised a Bulldawg fan living just outside of Athens in Winterville. Oglethorpe County Class of ’92. But I now call Shreveport, Louisiana, home. My question to you is this … how crazy of a notion would it be for CMR to be named the SEC Coach of the Year? Saban, Miles, and that team quitter coach in Arkansas were all “supposed” to have good if not great teams this year anyway, right? After starting 0-2 everyone outside of the Bulldawg Nation had written off the Dawgs; but here they are at 7-2, (6-1) seven straight victories later. Granted, the teams they have beaten don’t have the most impressive records and Georgia hasn’t had to play the big three from the West Division, but you can only play the teams that fall into your schedule, right? I stand on my soap box now and declare IF Georgia wins the East division and goes to Atlanta that CMR should win the SEC Coach of the Year Award. What are your thoughts?

ESPN.com’s Chris Low doesn’t think it’s such a crazy idea. In his latest SEC superlatives tracker, he lists potential SEC coach of the year candidates as: 1. Les Miles, LSU. 2. Mark Richt, Georgia. 3. James Franklin, Vanderbilt. Assuming LSU wins out, I think Miles is probably a lock, even if Georgia wins the East. But if the Dogs were somehow to win the conference championship, I believe Richt would be the likely winner of coach of the year honors for his team’s remarkable turnaround from an 0-2 start. And he would deserve it.

Lucas Golub writes: Hey Bill, any chance there’s a fan Blackout of the Auburn game? I hate it when the team messes around with the uniform colors, but I love the visual of the whole stadium in black as well as the symbolism of solidarity and support for the team. This would be the perfect way to show the nation that Richt’s seat isn’t nearly as hot as the media has tried to make it all year and that the Bulldawg Nation is behind this team 100%.

Richt hasn’t called for a Blackout and I don’t think he’s likely to at this late stage. And so far I haven’t seen any fan momentum for one, either. While I like the black jerseys on the players, I think the whole Blackout thing involving the crowd was overdone. Georgia fans just getting there early and staying loud for the whole game is what Richt and the team need from us Saturday.

Hal Welch writes: Bill, just finished reading the mail blog again. In particular the part on [Isaiah] Crowell. A couple things people need to know and keep in mind when questioning his conditioning/toughness, etc. were the injury last year and the badly bruised rib in the Carolina game that the staff worried might even be cracked initially. He played the next week with the bad ribs, gathering some toughness votes from me. But beyond that, if you’ve never had a bruised/cracked rib what you need to know is that you just about cannot breathe, certainly can’t get a deep breath without extreme pain, so he probably did suffer some conditioning fallback there. In addition to that, the new high speed offense (which we begged for since David Greene left) is rattling off nearly 20 more plays a game than before. Crowell could carry the ball 25-30 times a game, which is a workhorse’s load, and still be off the field for 50+ plays. Give the kid a break (not you, other fans). Let’s let him get a full season under his belt. At one point a couple weeks back he was actually on a higher pace thru 6 games than [Marcus] Lattimore was in his freshman year according to another reporter I follow. Let’s not run him off and sour him before he turns 19, OK. GO DAWGS!

I agree that it’s way too early to be judging Crowell on anything other than his obvious lack of maturity. And you’re right about the nagging injuries holding him back. Let’s let him finish his first season before drawing any conclusions. And I still feel a whole lot better about Georgia’s offensive chances when he’s on the field!

Sands Orris writes: Why did [Mike] Bobo not start [Brandon] Harton at tailback the first series [against New Mexico State]? The kid works hard all season and finally gets his chance to start and they put [Branden] Smith back there. Just not cool!

I’m not sure why Smith started at tailback over Harton, but I think it likely was because he’s more experienced, even as a part-time offensive player. Bobo didn’t wait too long to give Harton the ball and didn’t hesitate to come back to him even after he fumbled on his first carry (which was still a terrific, extra-effort run). So I don’t think it was a knock on Harton that Smith started.

Steve Segrest writes: Hi Bill, could you write about our D.E.’s, they appear to be having very good seasons — but they rarely get any press compared to N.G.’s, LB’s, and secondary. Are they pro football material?

While the linebackers and defensive backs lead the Dogs in tackles made so far this season, the defensive ends have both been solid. Abry Jones is seventh on team with 15 solo tackles, 13 assists and four tackles for loss (sixth on team in that category). I don’t really follow NFL scouting, but I know some observers think he has pro potential. The other DE, DeAngelo Tyson, is 10th on the team with 11 tackles and nine assists (3.5 tackles for loss, good for eighth on team). I’ve seen him on some NFL watch lists as a player who could compete for a backup tackle job in the pros. Combined with John Jenkins and Kwame Geathers at nose guard, Jones and Tyson have given the Dogs a much improved defensive front this season, particularly against the run. It would be nice to see them create a bit more pressure on the quarterback, though.

Jeff Walker writes: What ever happened to Ken Malcome as far as talent? Last year Coach Richt said there were times he wished he had put him in, and pulled his redshirt. Now we hear about him in all this trouble with the other backs. I was just wondering was he out because of an injury or just didn’t produce this past off season?

Malcome is a bit of a mystery. He was plagued by nagging injuries but even when he has been healthy he obviously hasn’t impressed the coaching staff and was passed on the depth chart by Harton. The abortive departure from the team and now the recent suspension certainly haven’t improved his standing. You’ve got to wonder if he might not consider transferring after this season.

Sonya Graham writes: Can you tell me the best spot to tailgate?

It depends on whether you’re willing to haul your tailgating gear onto campus or prefer to eat near where you park. If it’s the latter, any of the church or school lots selling game day parking near campus are a good bet. But if you want to be actually on campus, the choicest spots are along Lumpkin Street and in the Meyers quadrangle, which has become ground zero for tailgating since the restrictions on North Campus drove most tailgaters out of that former hot spot.

Billy Johnson writes: Hi Bill. A few years ago I remember reading somewhere about expansion thoughts at Sanford Stadium. I know they mentioned not wanting to block the bridge in any expansion plans. I think they had talked about drawing up a plan to leave a gap for the bridge to still be visible, but closing in that end by building above that and having kind of a cut-out for the bridge. Have you heard anything else about any of this? I know we lose a lot of crowd noise (which we really need at home games) by having that end of the stadium open. I think AD Greg McGarity has noticed some issues with our lack of noise by tinkering with the band and student sections.

Actually, the long-range seating expansion plans unveiled in 2008 were for the east end of the stadium, not the bridge end, though I know someone did draw up a mock-up for an expansion that would allow a “window” into the stadium at the bridge end. Problem is, it would ruin the view out of the stadium, which UGA officials have indicated they’d like to preserve. So apparently if and when they get around to it, they’ll add more suites and upper level seating on the east side. The proposed addition would bring the stadium’s capacity to 101,766. No word on when they might get to this plan.

John from Cairo writes: We have the best look in football, but I’d wear white pants with red jerseys and red pants with white jerseys (Herschel in Tennessee). Can the silver britches.

Wash out your mouth! Got to disagree with you about the silver britches, though I wouldn’t mind the occasional revival of the red pants for road games. (They still look good in those clips of Herschel Walker wearing them as he plows over Bill Bates!)

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RedandBlackDawg

November 10th, 2011
12:45 pm

Back to the subject of this blog.

UGA would be more competitive against Boise this time, since the young kids have progressed more every week, and the team seems pretty decent except in our special teams play. I still think we would have to contend with dink passes over the middle by Boise, but I think our LB’s and safeties have come a long way in that area, and would do a much better job this time around. UGA’s OL, has done fairly well, now that they are settled into their blocking schemes better, so I am pretty sure, they could limit the DE’s Boise has to a certain extent. The key to the game might be how well UGA could run with the ball.
Having said that, I think UGA would be a more seasoned team and be prepared to play. Whether or not they are ready for Boise’s team I am not sure, but I think they could give them a pretty fair game. Boise’s does have 25, 5th year seniors on their team and that is a lot of experience. It most likely would come down to coaching, and our OC might not be up to the task. It would be fun to watch though.
Any way, we need to beat Auburn in order to see Atlanta again this year, so let’s GATA DAWGS and show up ready to play and win.

Flat Tire on I-95 in Jacksonville

November 10th, 2011
12:47 pm

No you miss the point

You and Altamaha Dawg, WDE, Chazzo, and some of the others come on here running off at the mouth about UGA when they havent done nothing worth bragging about in years and you act like this coaching staff is on its way to righting the ship (Grantham so far yes) but Richt an Bobo no

and you think we are winning the national championship or SEC championship next year and the years to come when we are not even at the level of ball that LSU, AL nor FL has been the past decade

or you think 10 win seasons are the pinnacle of success

RawDawg

November 10th, 2011
12:50 pm

“Reading this and I am LMAO……I am a die hard UGA fan but it truely amazes me when I read this crap blog….”coach of the year” FOR WHAT???? I get we can only play the schedule we are delt, but coach of the year for winning games against teams with losing records except for 1. We have yet to beat a top 25 team…..Earth to this blog……WE ARE FINALLY DOING WHAT WE SHOULD BE DOING…BEATING TEAMS THAT WE SHOULD BE BEATING.”

And if UGA wins 10 straight games, beats Auburn, beats Tech, goes to the SEC Championship, what then? Mighty impressive turnaround from a disastrous season and 0 – 2 start, despite the strength of schedule. Don’t forget that UGA could easily be one of those teams we beat with losing records if they fell apart like last season. Ill withhold Coach of the Year honors just yet, but in that scenario I’d say he deserves consideration.

Flat Tire on I-95 in Jacksonville

November 10th, 2011
12:51 pm

Jeff

Thanks for bringing a smart and FACTUAL comment to the blog instead of the typical kool-aid bong smoking garbage

gbal

November 10th, 2011
12:52 pm

Id start Harton this week and have Crowell come in early. Harton deserves the start based on his performance and the fact that the team could count on him being there.
Let Crowell earn the start back against UK

Flat Tire on I-95 in Jacksonville

November 10th, 2011
12:53 pm

RawDawg

He deserves coach of the year if he wins out and upsets LSU

Period

When is the last time Richt upset someone

Joey

November 10th, 2011
12:56 pm

I’ll come back and answer the Auburn game . . .

midland Dog

November 10th, 2011
1:04 pm

Why the @%# are Florida fans even on this blog? Does anyone here go to Florida blogs? If so, get a life!

Joey

November 10th, 2011
1:04 pm

SSIgator,

UF = 0 for October

puppydawg

November 10th, 2011
1:05 pm

KoolAid, KoolAid – Tastes great.
KoolAid, KoolAid – Can’t wait!

gbal

November 10th, 2011
1:06 pm

What is UGA’s schedule like next year?

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Still being worked on due to adding Mizzou. Rumor has it we will go to Mizzou and keep Ole Miss and drop Bama.

response –
If this happpens, the schedule really looks good for us next year.

Buffalo, Fla Atlantic, Ga Southern and GT ….
6 East games, Miss and AU. ….

2012 should be our year with no excuses. Better make hay while we have favorable schedule.

Old Dawg

November 10th, 2011
1:08 pm

NEVER can the silver britches. I don’t like dark pants like red, blue, black etc. Gold, Old Gold, Silver are great.

With addition of Mizzou and Texas A&M to the SEC, the conference schedule will be shaken up quite a bit. UGA’s 2011 schedule the easiest in the history of the NCAA? Don’t think so, there are many, many more team that have had cakewalks for years.

Example? Check out Penn State’s in the 60s and 70s. And Boise State’s current schedule.

Talk about playing the sisters of the poor!

treyingeorgia

November 10th, 2011
1:09 pm

SSIGATOR and Florida beat the worst Georgia team in 20yrs last year as well… a win is a win buddy… that game in Jacksonville has become a mental stumbling block for Georgia since Spurrier came back to Florida. No matter how many times we showed up with the better team we would loose whether stupid penalties or being flat out coached. Again we will see what happens in the coming weeks- I guess that is why they actually play the game’s.

SSIgator

November 10th, 2011
1:10 pm

Joey -

Glad to see you are keeping up with the news on a weekly basis.

Joey

November 10th, 2011
1:11 pm

“UGA beat the worst UF team in over twenty years.”
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Did you gloat after UF beat the worst UGA tean in almost 20 years a year ago, SSIgator?

Of course you did.

So get used to hearing us gloat.

0 for October.

SSIgator

November 10th, 2011
1:12 pm

treyingeorgia -

Thanks for making my point.

Joey

November 10th, 2011
1:12 pm

Oh, I keep up. And you’re gonna keep reading it.

Regards.

SSIgator

November 10th, 2011
1:17 pm

Joey -

No, I did not gloat. However, I did get a good chuckle from the fact that UF was so far in to UGA’s head that even with a very poor UF team UGA managed to find a way to fall apart in 2010. Like I said, enjoy this year. Do it two years in a row instead of every four years or so and maybe someone will notice.

SSIgator

November 10th, 2011
1:19 pm

midland Dog -

Captain of the blog police.

Lowcountry Bulldawg

November 10th, 2011
1:21 pm

Flat Tire—

You are off your rocker. I wait 9 months a year for 3 months in the fall of UGA football. Just because some of us do not come on here and rail on the program and beat the drums of change does not make us satisfied with the status quo. Also NOTE— I HAVE NEVER BEEN A WAIT TILL NEXT YEAR kinda guy. I do expect certain things from the program but I refuse to come accross as a entitled little baby as some on here do.

61-39-5 vs Tech- 47-40-2 vs Florida

November 10th, 2011
1:21 pm

Update 48-40-2

Dawg Tired

November 10th, 2011
1:22 pm

Bill – Gotta disagree on the red pants idea. I was actually at the 1980 game in Knoxville. Those red pants were UGLY, I also remember going to a Macon Touchdown Club meeting and everybody begging Coach Vince Dooley to get rid of those ugly red pants Fortunately he did.

P_The_Ricker

November 10th, 2011
1:23 pm

SSIgator,

i’m curious. do you have any predictions for the final sec east standings for next year? from reading your comments, you seem to have minimal expectations for both the gators and dawgs. in consideration of your comment @ 1:17, do you expect the gators to beat the dawgs next year?

Lowcountry Bulldawg

November 10th, 2011
1:23 pm

Little piece of advice for you…if you do not like what I say ignore it. You do not have to read what I post. I scroll over plenty of posts by you and Thomas Brown because I know it is typically full of fluff. So just move along…

BestDawgInTown

November 10th, 2011
1:25 pm

Bill,

Great question, and I think the answer is obvious….UGA would blow them out of the building just like Va. Tech would have destroyed Boise late last season as well. See, while Boise doesn’t have the advantage of receiving the top athletes to come out of high school every year, they also do not have the disadvantage of having to break in at least 10 new starters or contributors either.

Boise has 18 5th year seniors on their team this year and no telling how many regular seniors. That is a HUGE advantage going into a first game of the year while you are facing a team that is playing true freshmen and redshirt freshmen. Heck, even Jarvis Jones was basically a freshman in that first game.

Having a team full of 22-24 year olds that are well coached and well prepared gives a team the advantage going up against a maybe more talented team, but a team that is playing a bunch of 18-20 year olds who are getting their first taste of college football.

P_The_Ricker

November 10th, 2011
1:28 pm

Dawg fans,

You’re fine to think that you would win a rematch against BSU, but you must also accept the fact that fans of Ole Miss, MSU, UT, Vandy and UF may think that their team would beat UGA in a rematch.

Snoop Dawg

November 10th, 2011
1:28 pm

We have better players than Boise State.

The difference is in the coaching staffs.

Richt and his staff, with the possible exception of Grantham, are just downright terrible.

As long as the Generals are stupid, then the Army will get defeated by a lesser foe.

Doggie

November 10th, 2011
1:29 pm

No blackout!!!!! Just play bal!

Eric C.

November 10th, 2011
1:29 pm

There is NO doubt, The University of Georgia Bulldogs would beat the Boise State University Broncos if they played again this year.

Lowcountry Bulldawg

November 10th, 2011
1:32 pm

Flat Tire—

By Lowcountry Bulldawg

October 8, 2007 2:59 PM | Link to this

Chip,

Do you feel this program has taken advantage of a SEC Title in 2002 and 2005? Are we “THAT” much better having won those?

Now in 2007 after taking two loses on the chin to USC and UT are we any better now than those 4 straight seasons of 8 wins with Jim Donnan?

At this point I have to say no and this staff is squarely to blame. I am not flip flopping, but have deiceided to take the blinders off. In to many games UGA has been manhandled on the OL/DL and out schemed as well. The recruiting the past 3 seasons seems to have been a flop. As a blogger mentioned how many 1st round picks do you see on the field? The talent is not there.

Chip, 1980 was along time ago. 2002 helped alot of wounds for the UGA Nation. We cannot go another 25 years or for that fact another 5. The time is now. When you couple that with the quick success of Meyers,Stoops and Carroll I think it is fair to question Richt and the direction of this program midway through year 7.

Yeah that was me in 2007 big guy. Hardly a Kool Aid drinker…..

Hollywould

November 10th, 2011
1:33 pm

Can’t wait/ headin to Athens sat. morn. Au 27 leg humpers 17. No make that 21 for the leg humpers. U can’t make a field goal. I will give u the xpoints. War Eagle!!

Eric C.

November 10th, 2011
1:34 pm

P_The_Ricker, I’ll grant you that UF could beat the Dawgs, but there is no way the others would win a rematch. Vandy came as close as they could come with the game played at Vandy and with many stupid plays by the Dawgs…not to mention the cheap shots taken by Vandy. UM, MSU, and UT without Bray???

Mark (another one)

November 10th, 2011
1:35 pm

With Samuel out for the year, has there been any talk this week of the running back depth chart? I expected Crowell to be named to start but how about plans for Malcome and Thomas? It had been Crowell, Samuel, Thomas, Malcome and we never saw Malcome. Now that Harton and Karempelis have shown something in game action do they move up and others (Malcome) move down?

treyingeorgia

November 10th, 2011
1:36 pm

I am not making a point- just pointing out that a win is a win ( the majority of the time we have showed up with the better team only to loose the game ) You yourself should know with rivalry game’s that you can shove the record out the door… A win is a win and you will be hearing about it for the next 12 months…. UGA had the better team and won!!!

Flat Tire on I-95 in Jacksonville

November 10th, 2011
1:37 pm

Low Country

I too wait nine months and then have to watch poorly prepared UGA teams play and coached like they were in the Boise game or the past Tenn games in Knoxville and especially the FL game then

I endure the bong smokers that when I make a statement about how sorry the play calling was or make statements about the embarrassment of the multiple arrests Im ridiculed and called a Tech fan or FL fan

And entitled you bet Im entitled when I have to pay the amount of money I do for season tickets and our coaching staff cant beat a ranked team in years, lose to FL every year, cannot upset no one in half a decade, get embarrassed 3 times in 2008 with the caliber of players we had

And then I hear people come on here talking about 10 win seasons give me a break

Im not railing on the program Im railing on the stupid comments that are posted on this blog and stupid crap the coaches do or allow at this program such as Uniform changes, Energy Vampires, jumping in the endzone, blaming the location of the FL game, Dream Team etc

P_The_Ricker

November 10th, 2011
1:40 pm

Eric,

I’m not saying that any of the teams would win a rematch, but as you know, the typical fan is bias to their own team’s success. On point, I would have never of thought that UGA would have lost to Colorado last year….but it happened….and I certainly believe that UGA would have won a 2nd game btwn the two.

Flat Tire on I-95 in Jacksonville

November 10th, 2011
1:41 pm

Low Country

So Im full of Fluff yet what has changed your mind since your 2007 post because we are in worse shape now than at that time and your saying my posts are fluff

wow

McDawg

November 10th, 2011
1:44 pm

lets beat Auburn

went back and watched the game from last year and couldn’t believe how dirty it was aside from Fairley

i’m sure the players remeber

i really hope this is a beatdown

G-Dawg

November 10th, 2011
1:45 pm

Kool-aid tastes better than the Haterade! Flatty..should take some of your own advice you tend to lash out towards others!!

G-Dawg

November 10th, 2011
1:46 pm

If you dont like the Dawgs…then be a quitter and transfer like the rest!!

G-Dawg

November 10th, 2011
1:49 pm

No teams stays on the mtn top every single year!!

Mark (another one)

November 10th, 2011
1:50 pm

Predicting who will be a 1st round pick for the NFL is difficult but I would bet there are a few on UGA’s roster with the potential.

First, remember that this team is young with few seniors. How about Tyson (SR), Gaethers, Jenkins and Jones just to name some defensive linemen with the potential. Ogletree and Drew should be on the list with Jones (SR), Glenn (SR) and Crowell on offense. Boykin (SR) has the potential as well except few DBs are ever chosen in the first round. How about some of the receivers like Charles, Rome, Mitchell and Conley?

I love how people criticize young talent. So many dawgs are young with their future ahead of them. Who would have predicted Moreno his freshman year? No many.

Lowcountry Bulldawg

November 10th, 2011
1:50 pm

Flat Tire—

Do you have comprehension issues? Call me a Kool Aid drinker, yet I link a post dated ‘07 addressing issues with the program that many didnt want to admit. You do follow that dont you?

I chose to four years after that post look to the positives I see in the program. Plenty of young talent in key positions. I see good things moving forward with this program. CMR has arisen from his nap it appears and righted the ship. Sure we stumbled out of the gate but at best we should have hoped for a 1-1 record and if not for some mental mistakes against Carolina we would have achieved that.

Eric C.

November 10th, 2011
1:54 pm

P_The_Ricker,

I understand what you are saying, but I really don’t think the fans at UM, MSU, Vandy, and UT are seriously wishing for a rematch with UGA.

Timing means a lot…if UF had played UGA before Brantley was hurt, I think the Gators may have won. Likewise, BSU was the better prepared team in game 1 and was much more experienced as previous posters have stated, but I really don’t think they would beat UGA if the game is played today.

Anyway, the “ifs” dont’ matter now…and the Dawgs are in a great position to go for an SEC championship, which is pretty darn good.

Flat Tire on I-95 in Jacksonville

November 10th, 2011
1:54 pm

G-Dawg

So I dont like the Dawgs because I want them to beat good teams; wow!!!

No you enjoy mediocrity and watching the same ole crap every year; i.e lose to 2 teams you shouldnt lose to, beat FL every 4 or 5 years and cross your fingers and hope other SEC east teams lose out so UGA can go to the SEC championship game

No G-Dawg, the only fan that needs to transfer is you.

Vandy or KY could use more milk toast fans like you

AltamahaDawg

November 10th, 2011
1:54 pm

If we played Boise State again the only thig I am positive would happen is that Flat Tire would be in here telling every body “what they think” about it. (and would exagerate it to no end). Never seen anyone who was more of an expert on everybody elses’ opinion as that one.

bucket

November 10th, 2011
1:54 pm

Blogs are for opinions and my personal opinion is that if UGA played BSU again it would be a much better matchup. Obviously most of our playmakers are young and they were really young for the first game of the season. This season feels alot like 2007 in that we had two bad early season losses and then rebounded after Tennessee and were one of the best teams in the country at season’s end. Of course, for it to truly be like 2007 the Dawgs have to take care of business for the next 3 weeks. We shall see…

Dawg in gatorville

November 10th, 2011
1:54 pm

When was the last time UGA beat Tennessee, Florida, and Auburn all in one season?
I am thinking 1983 probably.. What about Tech to that same list… Does anyone know?
GO DAWGS!

Flat Tire on I-95 in Jacksonville

November 10th, 2011
1:59 pm

Low Country

Righted the ship? Awaken from his nap? Really

You really think that, after looking like we did against Vandy, Ole Miss, and FL and please dont come on here Sunday after we beat Auburn by 2 TD’s; thats right I said 2 TD’s because you do know Auburn lost 16 starters from last years team

You really think Richt has righted the ship. LOL… Now if you stated that about Grantham we would agree but Bobo no way. Just remember no one has been courting Bobo to leave the program NO ONE

Flat Tire on I-95 in Jacksonville

November 10th, 2011
2:02 pm

Altamaha Dope

“Never seen anyone who was more of an expert on everybody elses’ opinion as that one”

This coming from the main blogger on here that always comments on someone’s posts that doesnt happen to agree with his opinion and who I might add started calling me names in the first place