Fan talk: Can a true UGA fan ever pull for Tech against anybody?

Ben Jones celebrates Georgia's 2009 win over Tech at Grant Field. (Brant Sanderlin / AJC)

Ben Jones celebrates Georgia's 2009 win over Tech at Grant Field. (Brant Sanderlin / AJC)

OK, here’s your quickie post-Thanksgiving summation of Georgia vs. Georgia Tech:

In-state rivals. Nation’s No. 2 rushing offense meets No. 2 rushing defense. Uh-oh, triple option. Cut-blocking. Who can play tailback? Which Aaron Murray shows up for this game (the one who tore Auburn apart or the erratic one against Kentucky)? Will the Jackets continue to put it on the ground? What about Harton and Malcome? Will the Dogs be looking ahead to the Dome? Does anyone other than the Tech band still play the Budweiser theme?

Bottom line: If Georgia wins the turnover ratio, Georgia wins the game.

Now, before you tuck into another one of those turkey sandwiches, let’s get to some Junkyard Mail. …

Jackie Grimes writes: I know you’ve made it pretty clear over the years that like most Georgia fans now you can’t stand Georgia Tech. But have you never rooted for the Jackets at any time? Not even against Notre Dame in 1980 when Tech tying the Irish elevated the Dawgs to No. 1?

I have to admit I’ve always relished the irony that the Jackets were responsible for the Dogs first topping the polls in 1980. But, no, I didn’t root for Tech to win that game. I didn’t pull for the Irish to win, either. I was too fixated on what was going on in Jacksonville. But the end result, a tie that helped Georgia, couldn’t have been more perfect. I’ve actually never rooted for the Jackets. I know a lot of Georgia fans of my Dad’s era pulled for the Jackets except when the played the Dogs, but I never could contain the rivalry to just one week. To me, the perfect day is a Georgia win and a Tech loss. Any day. Any sport.

In reply to my list earlier this week of favorite Georgia wins over Tech, Jon from Savannah writes: Thanks for the memories. To this day, I still look for the long ball on the opening play of the game like the one in 1981 to Lindsay Scott. Too sweet of a memory.  One of my favorite plays of all time. And Reggie Ball. No Georgia fan can forget him.

Ah, Reggie Ball. The gift to Georgia from Chan Gailey that just kept on giving!

Timothy Hyman wrote to share his favorite Georgia-Georgia Tech memories, which included this: 1997 in Atlanta. I was at the game with my Dad in the Tech section. He went to Tech and worked there. So [we] were in enemy territory. Tech scored to take 24-21 but Bobo led UGA down the field. On fourth down Tech called for pass interference after they thought they had stopped us. Bobo throws touchdown to snatch victory when everyone thought we had lost. [I was] jumping up and down in a sea of gold. The looks on everyone’s faces around us … priceless.

A great day, for sure.

Scott Watson writes: Bill, I believe the team should wear something Saturday on the jersey or helmet to honor Larry Munson. He would hate it, but I think it’s the thing to do. We need to also honor him by totally demolishing Tech. Your thoughts? And Walker Garrett adds: Wouldn’t it be cool if the Dawgs wore jerseys with “Munson” on the back of all them, as a tribute to Larry! [The way the military] academies wear USA, Honor, Bravery, etc. on the back of their jerseys.

I definitely think the Dogs should honor Munson and Mark Richt has indicated that they will, with some sort of decal on the helmets. What it will be, they haven’t said. I’ve heard speculation ranging from Munson’s initials to a cigar to a microphone. But I know what I think would be perfect for the decal: a hobnail boot!

Justin Cade writes: Bill, I’m going to my first game at Tech this Saturday. Assuming you’ve seen the Dawgs at Bobby Dodd before. Are you aware of any decent pregame activities in the area? Are any of the local establishments relatively Dawg-friendly? Thanks for any advice you (or any of the other readers) might have. Go Dawgs!

I don’t really know of any pregame activities. After the 2009 game, I did really enjoy seeing the glum faces on all those Tech fans on the walk back to the MARTA station. As for the most Dawg-friendly place to grab a bite around the Joke by Coke, I’d say the Varsity would probably be your best bet. You’ll probably see as many folks there in red and black as in Tech colors.

UPDATE: Just got word of this today: The crew from “1980 Dawgs” will once again be joined by Georgia football legends Scott Woerner, Rex Robinson and possibly other members of the 1980 team at the Varsity on North Avenue before and after the game on Saturday, where they will be meeting fans, signing copies of “1980 Dawgs” DVDs and talking Georgia football. That’s Saturday, 9 a.m.-11:30 a.m. and right after the game for two hours.

David writes: Can anyone tell me why the cutoff for orders to the SEC Championship was last week before they even beat Kentucky? And why season ticket holders were not even notified? UGA has lost a supporter.

I’d have to say your devotion to UGA wasn’t very deep if that’s all it takes to lose you. But to answer your question, they offered Bulldog Club members (Hartman Fund donors aka season ticket holders) the chance to place orders for SEC championship tickets in advance (just like they do with all the possible bowl destinations) in order to be able to process them quickly once it was official. And if you’re a season ticket holder and you didn’t get either an email (several, actually) or something in the mail, then you ought to check with the folks at the Bulldog Club office in Athens and see whether they have your correct contact information. By the way, on Wednesday they announced the Hartman Fund cumulative contribution cutoff points for the 16,000 tickets Georgia is allotted to the SEC game. All contributors who ordered with a cumulative score of 100,000 and higher will receive up to 6 tickets. All contributors who ordered with a cumulative score between 52,500-99,999 will receive up to 4 tickets. And all contributors who ordered with a cumulative score between 12,050-52,499 will receive up to 2 tickets. UGA faculty, staff and students also were eligible for tickets, depending on various priority factors. The tickets were put into the mail Wednesday via the U.S. Postal Service.

Brian Cheshire writes: Hey Junkyard, I was just wondering if you have heard anything about Coach Richt stepping down after this year? If so why is he telling these recruits (Theus, Marshall) he is going to be there?

You’re referring to the rumor reported this week by GamingToday.com that claimed Richt would voluntarily leave Georgia at the end of the season. I put no credence in the report, which cited “sources in the South Carolina/Georgia area.” Hmm. South Carolina? Think anyone there might want to manufacture a rumor about the coach of the team that aced out the Gamecocks for the SEC East? The report, which didn’t have any credibility to spare, pretty much veered off into fantasy land when it said that the top candidates to replace Richt were Mike Bobo and Derek Dooley. And when Richt was asked this week on local radio whether the rumor was true, he indicated he wants to coach about another nine years and isn’t looking to leave UGA.

Charles from Albany writes: Bill, I was thinking about this after the weekend upsets. If instead of UGA playing Boise State in the opener, [they had gone] ahead with playing and beating Louisville, where do you think we would be in the discussion of one-loss teams playing for the BCS Championship? Love the Blawg.

Thanks. If Georgia had not lost to Boise State and was the SEC champion then, yes, I think a one-loss UGA might well have made the BCS championship. But no use thinking about might-have-beens. As it is, if Georgia wins out and is the SEC champion, the conference likely will get three teams into the BCS.

Tyler Knight writes: Bill, what are your thoughts on Ken Malcome? When he runs, he looks like a legit running back. I know he had the bad fumble, but he looks much more like an SEC running back than Brandon Harton or even Carlton Thomas. I think we should have given him more playing time.

You generally win playing time in practice and Malcome obviously did not impress Georgia’s coaches as much as Richard Samuel or Thomas did. From what little I’ve seen of him running, I’d say he had the potential to possibly be as useful as Samuel, assuming he could hold on to the ball, but he hasn’t developed the consistency the coaches were looking for. If he sticks around the program, who knows?

Finally, Brett Lassiter writes: Blair Walsh’s field goal game went into the tank this year, practically forcing the offense to make more plays in the clutch (not that UGA Nation preferred FGs to TDs). What I have noticed, though, is that his extra point game has still been pretty much dead center. What do you think are the chances that Blair has been throwing FGs in order to get the offense to do more?

A lot of folks love conspiracy theories but I’m not seeing Walsh on the grassy knoll in this case.

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234 comments Add your comment

Pauls Fish Fried Johnson

November 24th, 2011
10:40 pm

First to say the Nerds are in for a major beatdown on Sat. 10 for 11 and counting. Go Dawgs!

Scott Woerner

November 24th, 2011
10:41 pm

There are UGA pregame activities at The Varsity, directly under the Big V sign. Members of the 1980 National Champion Dawgs will be there signing autographs and taking pictures with members of the Bulldog Nation.

War Dang Dawg

November 24th, 2011
10:43 pm

I’d pull for Tech against Florida, but that’s it.

Ted

November 24th, 2011
10:59 pm

Georgia is going to seriously beat Tech down this weekend. They’ve had all week to solely focus on Tech. No class, no nothing. Just football to worry about and beating Tech….this is Grantham’s 2nd time facing this offense and you can bet he’ll have a better understanding of how to stop it this time…last year was his first season going up agianst it, and he’ll have his players ready to go in his 2nd season going up against it….you can count on that….Murray and the offense will get rolling vs. that porous Tech defense and will hang about 35+ on them.

Dawgs roll. Tech will rush for about 200 yards. That’s actually shutting them down.

Ted

November 24th, 2011
11:01 pm

Dawgs win 38-17

BTP

November 24th, 2011
11:02 pm

Bill,

Thanks for another blog that confirms you are the homer tool that all football fans hate. Is it no wonder that UGA fans are perceived as the most obnoxious fans in the SEC, if not the country? It’s time for you and bulldog nation to wake up and realize that you are not a national contender, never have been, with the exception of the mid-1940s and the Herschel years. Please stop with the contention that you are relevant on the national scene; you are a provincial program that occasionally backs into a conference championship. The sooner you and the rest of the delusional fan base comes to this realization is the day UGA is respected on the national scene.

IL Jacket

November 24th, 2011
11:04 pm

Thanks for the small-mindedness, Bill. Happy Thanksgiving to all.

Pauls Fish Fried Johnson

November 24th, 2011
11:06 pm

2 for 1 black Friday deals at the catfish cabin. Tell em Pawwllll sent you for a free round of hush puppies. As a gesture of gratitude, Wal-Mart will be discounting the gold bro tomorrow only for those “top heavy” tech fans and coaches in need of some extra support.

Relentless Pursuit

November 24th, 2011
11:08 pm

I wouldn’t pull for Tech under any circumstance in any sport.

@BTP

November 24th, 2011
11:12 pm

No one made you read the blog.

Also, most people pick LSU as having more obnoxious fans in the SEC, and I don’t know of anyone who has actually attended UGA who thinks we are currently a national championship contender. We don’t take as many math courses as tech, but we know even an unlikely win vs LSU would not put us in the top 2.

UGA Student

November 24th, 2011
11:15 pm

I honestly don’t ever think about tech except for the week we play them in football, and the day we play them in mens basketball.

Exception being my freshman year when they beat us, of course.

BTP

November 24th, 2011
11:15 pm

Thank you “Pauls Fish Fried Johnson” and “Relentless Pursuit” for further confirming my assertion that UGA fans are the most obnoxious and delusional fans in America. Happy Thanksgiving!

Still@theKool-aidBAR

November 24th, 2011
11:15 pm

The dawgs against the Devil and his army of fallen angels, but that is it. If UGA had a hockey team in 1980 and they played the USSR team for the Gold. I would have been happy with Silver.

CoachSpurlock

November 24th, 2011
11:20 pm

I would always pull for Tech if doing so helps UGA in any way. I hate Tech with a passion, but I’m not stupid. If Tech beating someone else helps the Dawgs, then I will hold my nose and hope for the best.

Still@theKool-aidBAR

November 24th, 2011
11:26 pm

I hear RICHT is doing 2 for 1 running backs special. Keith Marshall please come SAVE the dawgs. We will dump all our other RBs for you. You can have #1 because nobody special is wearing that number.

Still@theKool-aidBAR

November 24th, 2011
11:28 pm

Not having Ties in games has really made it difficult. I could always cheer for UGA to Tie every game.

BTP

November 24th, 2011
11:33 pm

@BTP

Thanks for a profound statement, “No one made you read the blog.” Does that undermine my contention? Or do you just not get it? UGA fans have an overinflated opinion of their program. They are not a national championship contender on a consistent basis but act as if they are a top progam on the level with Alabama and Texas. Even Georgia Tech has more NCs than UGA, and theirs was only 21 years ago vice 31 years ago. Admit it, you are drinking the Bill King kool-aid.

Relentless Pursuit

November 24th, 2011
11:36 pm

BPT, I certainly don’t understand why a Tech fan posts on a Georgia blog. Whoa….I guess I am delusional after all, hardly obnoxious.

jsmooth

November 24th, 2011
11:42 pm

BTP:

Name for me one national championship GT has won which was consensus? Having trouble, there is not one. If we are talking about championships from any media source, UGA has (5) of which one is consensus, GT has either 4 or 5, none of which are consensus. By the way, let’s look at all time wins, winning %, bowl victories, SEC-UGA vs. SEC and ACC championships for Tech. Not even close Sherlock! Let me know when your team becomes relevant.

@BTP

November 24th, 2011
11:43 pm

I’m just pointing out that you don’t have to read UGA stuff, that would lower your annoyance level. Might help your blood pressure too if it’s giving you any trouble.

GT may have more NCs, but check the all time UGA-GT record, the record for the past 30 years, and the past 10. UGA is ahead in all. Glass houses…

Neither team has recently been a serious contender, and both should chill out until they can consistently contend.

BTP

November 24th, 2011
11:43 pm

@ Relentless Pursuit

Not a Tech fan, just a college football fan. Don’t jump to conclusions so quickly. OK, I will accept your admission for your delusion. Maybe the obnoxious falls on the other 99% of UGA fans, to include Bill King.

Triple Lindy

November 24th, 2011
11:45 pm

Never. Not even if they’re playing Florida.

Fred

November 24th, 2011
11:48 pm

i love when a troll like BTP comes to a team blog and tries to call others ANYTHING lol.

@Triple Lidy

November 24th, 2011
11:51 pm

Hm. I’d cheer for tech over the gators. tech’s like an annoying little brother, the gators are a true rival.

Pauls Fish Fried Johnson

November 24th, 2011
11:52 pm

@BTP

Why are you up at almost midnight posting on a UGA blog? Surely you have some bigger fish to fry, pardon the pun. Quite funny how you must enjoy reading an “obnoxious” blogger’s thoughts about our team. Get a life, or more video games, or some friends or something….

TampaDawg

November 25th, 2011
12:07 am

To answer the question. I will cheer for tech every so often I guess. But I will take an SEC team every time over an ACC team.

joe cox

November 25th, 2011
12:18 am

hey guys let that tryptophan seep into your blood streams and stop all this bickering. you are worse than my great auntie at the thanksgiving table.

Pauls Fish Fried Johnson

November 25th, 2011
12:32 am

Joe Cox is right….. I’m thankful for 9 out of 10, Reggie “who dropped the” Ball, Chan “I’m not” Gayley, George O “sorry I lied on my resume” Leary, and the current excuse of a coach Paul “the Dawgs just stepped on my” Johnson.

Seriously guys, this is all in fun and should stay that way. Football is just a game. There’s so much hurt in the world now, and most everyone on this blog has much for which to be thankful. Happy Thanksgiving!

billispitiful

November 25th, 2011
1:15 am

Dawgs = greatest.

Beatles = greatest.

Bill King = marginally competent,

Can anybody root for Jerry Garcia lookalike sad sad Bill not to be an embarrassment to semi-literate dawg fans?

Insert barking here.

OoltewahDawg

November 25th, 2011
2:23 am

BTP, since three other posters have pointed out that this is a Fan Blog (says as much in the intro), I won’t belabor that issue. But I disagree about the most obnoxious fan base. UT Vols fans win that prize (mainly when they are winning-right now they aren’t sayi ng m uch).They seem to have more fans who didn’t attend the university than any other team. I can state this because I live among them. As far as delusional, you may be right, but I’m not in that group.I do hope UGA has a good season every year, but I’m not one of those who call for a coach’s head because he hasn’t brought us a MNC. Or even a down year occasionally. I understand that success in the sports arena runs in cycles.
However, it’s a heckuva lot of fun to see the Bug fans get their panties all in a wad when the Dawgs win year after year.

P. Bull Terrier

November 25th, 2011
2:27 am

I pull for Tech to win every week until they face Georgia. It’s not that I have any love for Tech. I just figure that beating a good Tech team helps Georgia in the polls more than beating a bad Tech team. The perfect season would have an undefeated Georgia team beating an undefeated Tech team in late November to ruin Tech’s perfect season and then beating them a second time in the BCS Championship game to clinch the National Championship.

As to the question/complaint from David about the SEC Championship game ticket orders: I received several Bulldog Club emails about pre-ordering tickets leading up to the deadline. I think they started arriving sometime before the Auburn game and concluded with a final email on the deadline date. Enough people received notifications that it required more than $12,000 in cumulative donations to get a pair of tickets. If UGA lost David’s support, I hope his season tickets were better than mine so I can move a little closer to the 50 yard line next year.

BKbroila42

November 25th, 2011
2:38 am

I was cheering for GT against both Clemson and VT….I was hoping they would knock them off so that UGA would move up in the polls….I played for CPJ at Georgia Southern….He is a winner and I am proud of him….hard to cheer against him…Go Dawgs

Innocent Bystander

November 25th, 2011
3:27 am

I’ve been a rabid Dawg fan since I was 9 years old. I was born in 1950, spent four great years in Athens. I saw Joe Namath play in Athens (we scored first but they won) before he hurt his knees and when he was a threat as a runner.I saw the ‘65 flea flicker play.I was at Grant Field in 71 when Andy Johnson led us back on the final scoring drive.
Moved out of state after graduation and haven’t lived in Georgia since ‘72 and 16 of those years were spent overseas so i see very few live games now.
When I was a child I pulled against Tech no matter who they played.
But when I became an adult I began to pull for Georgia Tech every game they were not playing us.
The reasons not to pull for them are not great reasons given our dominance the last decade.
But I understand the princlple.
And the obnoxiousness of St. Simons alone outweighs all UGA cumulative obnoxiousness.
I can only guess the hatred of Tech became serious during their 8 game winning streak in the 50’s.
But that’s long ago.
And by the same reasoning I always pull against Florida.

Vicky Quillian

November 25th, 2011
4:47 am

A true dog does not pull for the North Avenue trade school.

Spike

November 25th, 2011
5:19 am

Only if they played the Gators.

Big time??? Not

November 25th, 2011
5:54 am

Perfect day: Dogs win, nerds lose I would pull for the university of Iran before tech.

Four tickets, four hot dogs, four cokes.

Thomas Brown

November 25th, 2011
6:19 am

What a totally stupid question.

I am a Bulldog. I pull for Georgia. There is no scenario you could draw up where I would root for anybody playing Georgia tek, other than for Georgia tek to lose. I take great satisfaction in Georgia tek losing because of their fans – both of them – on the AJ-C.

Our # 1 Rival longterm is Auburn. Since Florida got added to our schedule every year and since they are in The SEC Least, Florida is now our # 1 Rival – mostly because we have beat them 3 of the last 11 and 4 out of the last 22. The vols are our # 3 Rival, basically always have been after Georgia tek quit The SEC over Revenue Sharing – Georgia tek did not want Revenue Sharing. Or, maybe I should say Bobby Dodd did not want Revenue Sharing. Bobby Dodd who is a college drop-out from the vols who not 1 time as Georgia tek’s head coach beat Vince Dooley as our head coach, and who lost to Vince Dooley coached teams here every single time the 2 played. Bobby Dodd could not beat the better players who are at The SEC state schools. And, he included Auburn in that list, too. Georgia tek would rank a worse Rival than South Carolina, now too. Clearly South Carolina is our # 4 best Rival. Alabama and LSU, in the years we play them, like this year are our next 2 Rivals. I would rate Climpsum Farmers up there with Rivals as well. Somewhere after all those is Georgia tek. Georgia tek does not compete. They are in the ACC America’s cupcake conference. The whole conference does not count and never has. They have added all these teams, and still don’t compete with The SEC in football or all the other sports with us either. I think if we played Climpsum every year again like we used to, that I would consider Climpsum a bigger Rival than Georgia tek because again Georgia tek is a no-win scenario for us. Nothing to gain and everything to lose. What does that make Georgia tek for me as a fan ? About our # 7 Rival.

However, I would root for all but Climpsum and Georgia tek in a bowl game. I would root for Climpsum and for Georgia tek, only to lose, no matter what the game and no matter who the opponent. I don’t root for Georgia tek. Sorry. I would take special satisfaction, however, if a win by Georgia tek handed us a national championship because they had done what they swore they would never do, and that is to help UGA. They are only there to hurt us.

indianman

November 25th, 2011
6:36 am

i pull georgia and who ever playing georgia tech

Thomas Brown

November 25th, 2011
6:43 am

The 3 times Mark Richt beat Florida, Florida lost 5 games, lost 4 games and lost 5 games that season.

He should have beat them many other years, such as :

(1) 2002 Florida had 5 losses should have been 6 losses 2002.
(2) 2010 Florida had 5 losses should have been 6 losses 2010.
(3) 2005 Mark Richt should never have settled in with Joe Tereshinski III as our Quarterback, anyone other than him in that game, and Florida would have had 4 losses that season. We ended up 2005 as the # 3 ranked SEC team in every single poll.
(4) 2003 Ron Zook had 5 losses should have been 6 losses and Mark Richt lost that game too when he also should have won it.
3-8 and should have been 7-4.
7-4 assumes that Mark Richt NEVER BEATS the top teams, or if he does he otherwise loses 4 games, loses 3 games or loses 4 games that season he does actually beat a top team. A top team is a team who ends up in the AP Poll top 10; we don’t beat them in our good seasons. Our good seasons under Mark Richt our opponents were no good who we beat and even then lose good years, we lost to teams who we just should not have lost to, such as our Loss to our # 4 Rival this season, South Carolina who we should have beat clearly should have beat.

Top Row Dawg

November 25th, 2011
7:01 am

The reasons UGA is relevant…….

#10 all time wins

12 SEC championships

7 national Championships

#6 in Stadium size

#4 all time bowl wins

2 Heisman winners

1st team POP Warner coached

More recognized NCAA championships than UT /UF / Bama / Auburn / Georgia Tech / South Carolina put together

Oldest State Chartered University in America

#1 for best looking female students in America

Dawg in The Keys

November 25th, 2011
7:26 am

Let’s look at Dawg wins vs our top schools…..Dawgs have won 3 out or 4 vs Alabama, the same vs LSU, 4 out of 5 vs Tennessee, 5 out of 6 vs Auburn (sweet!) and 9 out of 10 vs “the Joke by Coke”
Plus….Paul Johnson may be the most annoying coach I’ve ever listened to or read about.
Go Dawgs!

jeffrey d

November 25th, 2011
7:30 am

I’ll always root for Tech when they’re not playing UGA. First of all, it makes the game more exciting. Second, when we beat Tech, it looks (and feels) a whole lot better to derail an undefeated Tech than to beat a limping 6-5 Tech team.

But that’s just me.

Dawg in The Keys

November 25th, 2011
7:31 am

Forgot something very funny…….hey Dawg Fans!

Remember at the end of the game last year in Athens and the tv camera’s caught a shot of a single Asian tek fan in the stands…..backpack on, thick glasses and pimples…..still laughing about one!
Ha Ha!

jeffrey d

November 25th, 2011
7:40 am

Geeeeze….after reading all these comments, I can see why so many people hate UGA and the SEC

Rationale

November 25th, 2011
7:42 am

OoltewahDawg is correct. UT Vol fans are by far the most obnoxious fans. They wear their Orange colors to church on Sundays, in GA. and are more interested in overtly offending UGA fans at church, than going to church. This is from personal observation and experience, in churches in GA, not just an opinion. UT fans in GA, will fly their banners, until they lose their first game and then take them down, but still wear their Vol clothing to church. They are beyond obnoxious. I have personally observed them literally harassing the stew out of the pastor of one church, so bad, it was sickening. I basically had to tell this one UT Vol fan to back off. The pastor was doing everything he could do to not reply. He turned toward me, nodded his head to me and said thanks. I cannot stand UT. I felt like a traitor this year when I pulled for them when playing SC, but did not shed a tear when they lost anyway.

jeffrey d

November 25th, 2011
7:46 am

They wear their Orange colors to church on Sundays, in GA. and are more interested in overtly offending UGA fans at church, than going to church

You can’t eternally judge fans by one isolated incident. I’ve seen a drunk UGA fan curse profusely at a Kentucky fan who had his daughter sitting on his shoulders, including a couple of inappropriate comments directed at the daughter (who couldn’t have been older than 5)

billdawg

November 25th, 2011
7:47 am

Count me with those who like my dad [UGA '31] pull for the Institute except when we play them. jeffery d, you are not alone!

UGA aka "Russ"

November 25th, 2011
7:47 am

Every Techie fan can kindly kiss “the pair” hanging from my backside. Dawgs win #10………of the last 11.
Woof

billdawg

November 25th, 2011
7:48 am

Vol fans also wear their orange on Monday, picking up trash.

Relentless Pursuit

November 25th, 2011
7:51 am

Dawg in The Keys, you make a good point. I think the Auburn wins are far more gratifying than the Tech wins.

Paul Johnson is a tool (pun intended) isn’t he? I’m sure the Tech folks love him for it, but you would never hear those insults from Richt.