UGA and that school from Atlanta meet again on gridiron

band bowl IIIGeorgia and Georgia Tech will meet again in football Saturday in Athens — sort of.

Brett Johnson and Paul Floyd of UGA’s Redcoat Band tell me that the Redcoats’ football team will be playing something called the White Team, an unofficial aggregation allegedly consisting of band members from that school on North Avenue, at noon Saturday at Southeast Clarke Park, 4440 Lexington Road in Athens.

Just in case you might be one of those folks who mistakenly considers the members of the band to be anything less than gung-ho iron men, you should know that they play full-contact tackle football and, Brett noted, like rugby, “the only padding is a mouthpiece and hopefully forgiving grass.”

Sounds like the sandlot games my brothers and I used to love playing with our friends when we were kids (only we didn’t even bother with the mouthpieces).

Saturday’s game, dubbed Band Bowl III, is the third annual clash since the series was revived after an undertermined number of years off (no one recalls exactly). The Wreck won 28-7 in Athens in 2010 and the Redcoats took a 14-7 victory last year in Atlanta, so this is the rubber match of the current series.

Brett said that “because of the unpolished enthusiasm of both rosters, the teams lean heavy on solid running games and sound defense. This produces old-school football in an authentic form. A nuanced part of the in-state rivalry, the passion for the game outweighs the hatred between the two squads who shared a few laughs after last year’s hard fought game.”

Among the highlights of last year’s game were a successful Redcoats goal line stand led by since-graduated defensive tackle and sousaphone player Nathan Lawrence and a deep fade caught by sophomore saxophone player Carl Schmidt. The game is played by NCAA rules and is officiated by volunteer intramural officials. The clock is run flag football-style, meaning four 15-minute quarters and a 15-minute halftime. There are no goal posts, so no field goals. Extra points are decided NFL Blitz-style — you can choose a “free” extra point or try for 2 from the 3-yard line. The ball is put into play from the 40-yard line with either a kick from a tee or a punt. There is no rushing of a punt. All special teams plays are two-hand touch for safety purposes. All other plays are live, tackle football.

Sounds like a lot of fun. If you see this in time and are in the vicinity of Southeast Clarke Park, stop by to cheer on the Red and Black and get a taste of football a bit like the way it started out in early gridiron days.

Go Redcoats!

Now, let’s get to some Junkyard Mail …

Jim Parry writes: Bill, It’s disgusting how conferences are throwing traditions out the window on what seems to be a daily basis. The SEC schools thrive on tradition. Our alumni and fans (at least ones over 25) are as stubborn (in the best way possible) as they come to changes. From uniforms and cheers, all the way to scheduling. I will find it very sad if the oldest rivalry in the South [Georgia-Auburn] comes to an end as an annual series. The SEC stands out on top, with only a couple other conferences that try to hold on to most of their traditions. Heck, too many like the Big (L)East never had any traditions, and look at them now.

You’re preaching to the choir with me, Jim. Having to discontinue Georgia-Auburn and Alabama-Tennessee would be pretty major collateral damage in exchange for adding Missouri and Texas A&M to the conference. Especially if it’s done just to avoid adding a ninth conference game. But those nonconference cupcake games are moneymakers and that’s what rules in the $EC.

Mark D. writes: I read this week that Coach [Todd] Grantham has that NFL mentality, that he wants his starters to play for the entire game if they can. The obvious upside to that is that he’s playing at all cylinders till the closing whistle. But isn’t there an obvious downside? Unlike in the NFL, where even the bench players already have a lot of experience under their belts, the underclassmen at the college level are still young guys trying to learn and develop. Isn’t Coach Grantham doing the future defense a disservice by not giving the second- and third-string players a chance to gain experience and development? On the same token, last season exposed another serious downside to Coach Grantham’s philosophy. Whenever teams started playing under a quick gun, no-huddle offense, our D-line got gassed so quickly. Isn’t Grantham’s personnel scheme placing dangerously heavy reliance on a select few players?

While Grantham likes his starters to play as much as possible, backups did get playing time this past season. But you make a good point, especially about giving younger players game experience. It’s an argument that proponents of guaranteed playing time for the backup quarterback have made as well. If Aaron Murray takes all the meaningful snaps at QB, an injury to him is going to mean a dramatic drop-off in game experience when the second-stringer takes over. For some reason, though, Mark Richt and Mike Bobo turned the page on that approach after the David Greene-D.J. Shockley era was over.

Daniel Colding writes: Hey Junkyard Dude, I am a bigtime UGA Fan. How many more Recruits do you thing UGA will sign for 2012 and who? What about the 6′7″ 350 lb. O-lineman Claudyson Calixte from the College of Sequoyas? I see on ESPN.com he is considering us. I would love for them to add a couple more bigguns on the O-line. Thanks, man.

Junkyard Dude is no recruiting guru, but from what I read most of those who follow that aspect of the game closely expect UGA to add a few names to the 2012 signing class before the season starts. In particular, DawgNation reports Fehoko Fanaika, a top JUCO offensive lineman at College of San Mateo in California, is getting a close look by Georgia. And defensive back/athlete Mario Alford, a real speedster, of Georgia Military College in Milledgeville is another player who might wind up in Athens before very long. Oh, and Dude, you’re welcome!

When is Mike Bobo really due the credit/blame? (University of Georgia)

When is Mike Bobo really due the credit/blame? (University of Georgia)

Bilbo700 writes: Bill, Two things about the debate among fans about Mike Bobo’s value to the UGA program really bother me, irrespective of how I personally feel about him. First, I often hear fans defend his performance by saying things like, “Bobo didn’t throw that interception” or “it’s not his fault the back fumbled in the red zone.” I think as the OC, Bobo is at least indirectly responsible for everything his offense does, and logically, if Bobo can’t be blamed for terrible execution, he also shouldn’t be credited for exceptional execution — Bobo also doesn’t make one-handed catches or break tackles. Second, I often hear that Bobo is an exceptional recruiter — he very well may be a standout in what has become a very competitive enterprise. But with some of the inherent advantages UGA has in recruiting (only in-state recruiting powerhouse, only in-state SEC school, enormous local talent pool, proximity to Atlanta, solid academics, track record of sending players to NFL, strong fanbase, and even popular uniforms), I’m not totally convinced Bobo deserves all the credit he gets for recruiting. Do we really believe having a different OC, who would likely have a more impressive resume and better name recognition, would hurt us substantially in recruiting? I’m curious to get your (and your readers’) thoughts.

I’ll grant you that the argument about coaches taking the blame/credit for what happens on the field cuts both ways, though perhaps the position coaches figure more directly in that than the offensive coordinator. (Of course, Bobo is also the quarterbacks coach, so give him the credit or blame there.) But while you’re correct about UGA having a lot of positives that attract recruits, I don’t it’s accurate to say that the big-name signees Bobo has been credited with landing would have come to Athens no matter who was recruiting them. Too many players on signing day cite the personal relationships they forge with the coaches recruiting them for that to be the case.

Andrew Smith writes: Hi Bill, I’ve been contemplating UGA’s tendencies when favored. When reminiscing on past seasons I find myself more comfortable with and even relishing being the underdawg rather than the anticipated favorite. It has seemed as though the Dawg coaches and players feel the same. In your opinion, will the 2012 Dawgs be able to take care of business when favored?

While most coaches (though not necessarily the players) would rather enter a game as the underdog, I believe the only time Georgia was favored during the 2011 season and didn’t win was the bowl game against Michigan State. In the losses to Boise State, South Carolina and LSU, the opponent was favored. So I don’t believe you can say that the Dogs can’t handle playing as the favorite.

Does Aaron Murray lock in on his primary receiver too much? (Associated Press)

Does Aaron Murray lock in on his primary receiver too much? (Associated Press)

Seth Ford writes: Dear Bill, Thank you for your dedicated insight into all things Georgia! Am I the only fan frustrated with Aaron Murray’s receiver selection? Aside from the rare fullback or tailback screens (which were commonly executed poorly and/or defended well), I rarely saw him resort to a screen or short pass to the flat. Particularly with [Brandon[ Boykin or [Branden] Smith in the backfield, it was amazing how much space the opposing defenses would give those guys as they ran to the flat — probably because they knew we never throw to them! Murray never even looked their way, opting more often than not to force a ball downfield to a triple-covered Orson Charles than give the open back a chance to make a play in space. Five-yard passes can get you 20 yards as much as a 20-yard pass can! I see David Greene’s ability and willingness to use these short passes in key situations as a big reason he had the success he did. Keeping the defense honest in these areas of the field would probably open other things up, too! Your thoughts?

I’m with you on this. I think reading defenses and going more quickly to the second and third receivers instead of trying to force a play to the primary receiver is one of the areas where Murray needs to make the greatest improvement.

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140 comments Add your comment

Proud-Dawg

February 10th, 2012
11:13 pm

Haha, I was at UGA with Brett Johnson. He is only 5′7, but he is a bowling bowl. Tackle low!

hipdawg

February 10th, 2012
11:32 pm

I don’t like change.We didn’t need tx am, mizzou.are you kiidding me?Boring.Just a greedy money grab.oh and to heck w/ tradition .I mean we only played Barn since 1892.I dont care about super conf.etc. .Not happy about expansion.

hipdawg

February 10th, 2012
11:35 pm

oh and if I can predict what play we will run…..let’s get more creative on offense and let another QB have a shot.

adawgfan

February 11th, 2012
12:02 am

Dawgs and AU should never miss a season playing one another. I mean the game has been played 115 times with Auburn leading the series by one game. It has tied six times with a score of 0-0. And featured the first NCAA overtime game with 4 overtimes resulting in the highest scoring game in the history of the series. There can be no other rivalry as meaningful as this one that has lasted for 120 years.

Don’t get me wrong I welcome Tx A&M and MIzzou to the SEC and fully expect them to eventually be competetive, but not at the expense of the UGA / AU tradition, nor the UT / Bama rivalry. I’d rather give up the annual in-state beatdown than AU. Just sayin..

RED DOG 77

February 11th, 2012
12:35 am

I personally support Mike Bobo, however like coach Richt, he is still young in my book and has alot to learn………..I’ve seen coach Richt mature into a top five college football coach in the past three years, sometimes it takes some hard knocks to get the point [not that I could do any better]……….I’m starting to buy the idea of moving coach Bobo to QBs coach and co-recruiting coordinator with Rodney Garner…………All I have to go on other than five decades of studying the game, is what happened when coach Richt finally broke-down, got rid of Martinez and hired possibly the best Defensive co in college football…………Todd Grantham…….and as much as I like Richt I think alot would agree the “turnaround” all started with the Grantham hire……….Now you get the same results with anew OC and Whammo!!!!……….Alabama, LSU, Soutern Cal and the likes will be drooling with envy………….But what do I know?…………….Regards, RED

Still@theKool-aidBAR

February 11th, 2012
1:45 am

Boy you guys at UGa really throw the book at players when they get arrested or get caught STEALING from teammates. The GOOD players can maybe come back after a year at a JC but the bad player can’t. Man that coach Richt is a real tough disciplinarian. Steal money get caught and give the money back and you get a year in JUCO jail, but slap your woman around and you sit out a game against the Powerhouse Buffalo. Hahaha.

Still@theKool-aidBAR

February 11th, 2012
1:51 am

RED 77…I’ve seen coach Richt mature into a top five college football coach in the past three years….Get the hell out of my bar. You are so damn drunk you must be huffing glue now. the last 4 years Richt is 34-19 and you think he is a top 5 coach? Put down the glass and go pass out with the bums in the alley.

GTBob

February 11th, 2012
3:41 am

There can be no other rivalry as meaningful as this one that has lasted for 120 years.

Why do you care if the game has been played for 120 years? Do you think Missouri fans are crying because they can’t play Kansas anymore? Let College Football evolve already.

ozzfest

February 11th, 2012
6:33 am

RICHT CEMENTED HIS PLACE AS SECOND RATE BY NOT ADDRESSING THE OBVIOUS STAFF ISSUES THE LAST FEW YEARS.
YOU HAVE TO BE ABLE TO MANAGE YOUR DIRECT REPORTS, AND RICHT FAILED.

I HAVE NEVER SEEN ANOTHER COACH AT ANY LEVEL WHO STICKS ONE QUARTERBACK IN FOR “THE SEASON”…OUR QB PLAYS PRACTICALLY EVERY SINGLE PLAY…AND WE NEVER SEEM TO GET ANYBODY OTHER THAN THE STARTER INTO THE GAME. HOW DO YOU KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE (OR DON’T HAVE) UNTIL IT IS BATTLE-TESTED?

DJ RARELY PLAYED, AND WHEN HE FINALLY GOT IN WE WERE AWESOME.
JOE T NEVER PLAYED IN 2005 AND WAS NOT READY FOR 2006.
COX NEVER PLAYED IN 2008 AND WAS NOT READY FOR 2009.
MURRAY NEVER PLAYED IN 2009 AND WAS NOT READY FOR 2010.
MASON NEVER PLAYED IN 2011….

ALONG THE WAY WE ACTUALLY LOST A GAME TO CENTRAL FLORIDA.
THAT GAME IS MUCH LIKE RICK PERRY’S “OOOPS”, IT SIGNALED THE END, WE JUST DID NOT KNOW IT…YET.

CASE CLOSED.

RedandBLackDAWG

February 11th, 2012
7:11 am

Three out of the first seven people to leave a comment on here are from or are fans of Tech. It seems pretty sad that Tech. fans can’t wait for something to be published about UGA so they have some place to spout their little negative crap and vitriol. You clowns need to expand your life a little bit and not be so tied to an article about UGA on the AJC. I realize that this for tech. fans is the only paper that even remotely covers tech. but if the best you can do is constantly spout crap about UGA, your jealousy is so blinding, it is pitiful. If you supported and directed your energy towards your own football program, you wouldn’t have the time to waste, making fools of yourself by trying to make stupid, uniformed remarks about the UGA football team. How sad, that your whole lives appears to be centered around your envy of the one football team that owns yours. I guess the reason though, that Tech. doesn’t get much coverage at it’s home town news paper though, is because you don’t have any note worthy accomplishments or any news positive or negative coming out about your school.
If UGA were given the choice, I believe the university would vote to eliminate tech. from the schedule, because a game each year against them has no relevance and tech. is simply no longer competitive. However, some of the morons in our state government actually think that the governors trophy is important to UGA, although I imagine, for tech. it is their big BCS bowl game on those rare occasions when you actually win.
Your comments really do nothing but solicit negative comments like mine but every once in a while, I look at these columns just to see if the same boring, stupid tech. people are making their usual comments on a article concerning UGA, and lo and behold, you morons never let down the UGA community.
Now having said my piece and knowing it will fire you idiots up even further, I will go to my usual pay site and read football news and sports in general. You guys are missing a terrific opportunity though, since sites like Bleacher Report always welcome negative comments. They would love to see you idiots on there. Go ahead, don’t miss out, because you surely must know that your comments only solicit more negative publicity and eventually, when the AJC realizes that monitoring comments such as yours are better than believing that web hits are all that matters, your comments might eventually be ignored and not put up on the web site.
See you later losers, although I doubt at a real sport sight, since you would never pay to make such stupid, childish comments if you actually had to pay for that privilege.

dawg fan

February 11th, 2012
7:52 am

i sure hope murray puts it all together this year. great games, but he just cant have the mistakes…

Jacket99

February 11th, 2012
8:27 am

Sounds like a cool new tradition. Will probably last until someone gets hurt. I can only imagine if it becomes a spectator sport. “Hunker down you hairy sousaphonists!”

Go percussionists, sting-em!

Crime

February 11th, 2012
8:28 am

Wife beaters and thieves on the football team and a child rapist running around downtown Athens. A find city you guys have there.

The on

February 11th, 2012
8:34 am

Enter your comments here

Dawgman

February 11th, 2012
8:52 am

Ozzfest, you are a dummy!! You have no idea what you are talking about, Watch some actual football and get back to us. Thanks!

Joey

February 11th, 2012
8:57 am

“…seen coach Richt mature into a top five college football coach in the past three year…”
**************************************************
I agree Red. Richt is a top five college coach . . . in the state of Georgia.

Dawg_Mike

February 11th, 2012
9:05 am

I would like to see Murray watch a couple of series from the sideline from time to time. Not necessarily due to his mistakes, but to watch someone else go thru the reads and make good decisions. Whether it’s LeMay or Bauta isnt as important as getting our other guys some snaps.

Joey

February 11th, 2012
9:20 am

Right, Crime (8:28), Athens should aspire to be like Tech’s city. #2 Most Dangerous City in the USA.

Congrats.

http://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2011/02/16/the-11-most-dangerous-cities

Jacket99

February 11th, 2012
9:28 am

Crime happens everywhere and has nothing to do with the topic on Bill’s blawg.

http://www.police.uga.edu/crimestatistics/

Joey

February 11th, 2012
9:38 am

Indeed it does, but I didn’t bring this topic up. Your boy “Crime” did. Pretty stout numbers for such a small school, by the way . . .

http://www.police.gatech.edu/crimeinfo/crimestats/

BonkersDog

February 11th, 2012
9:45 am

Good point about Murray.

Here are some of the areas he needs to make dramatic improvements:

1- Interceptions–just dump off to the wide open receiver more often, 14 int’s too much
2- Fumbles–dump to outlets instead of run
3- Sacks–dump to outlet receiver, 32 sacks is terrible
4- Accuracy–needs to finish above 65%, dump to short receivers more often
5- Balance–needs to dump more to secondary receivers (Crowell/Smith/fast guys), not lock in on primaries
6- Peak- play best in big games, on 3rd down, red zone, in 4th quarter, 2-9 vs. ranked teams

Basically, dumping off short passes to fast guys solves every issue.

BonkersDog

February 11th, 2012
9:57 am

I guarantee you Lemay will get a good bit (25% at least) of playing time, or else he’ll transfer. Lemay is too good to be sitting the bench for another year.

Dennis

February 11th, 2012
9:58 am

Add to the loss of tradition those Texas vs. A&M, was good football on Thankgiving weekend. Missou is so far off geographically who knows what tradition was trashed. Tradition is something that when thrown out typically has a ripple effect into other parts of life. There is a fabric that holds things together, when one string gets pulled sometimes other things unravel. Notice that to acomadate two outsiders everyone else has to change. SEC needs to quit rocking the boat.

Pago Pago Dawg

February 11th, 2012
9:59 am

So who’s doing half-time show if The Redcoats are playing gt?

Joey

February 11th, 2012
10:14 am

I too, hope Murray improves, but playing well under big-game pressure is something that can’t be coached or taught.

He can tell himself this whole off-season to not make mistakes at big moments, but if he “tightens up” in those monents, the ball just doesn’t come out of his hand the same way as in games vs Coastal Carolina. Even footwork and ball handling are affected, hence the fumbles and poor handoffs.

Hopefully, his problem is just adrenaline rushes and he fixes that. I’d love to see him win a few big games for UGA in ‘12 and ‘13. I mean, the way Richt has no other QB with significant playing time, the Bulldogs are are gonna go only as far as Murray can take them.

UGA fan...not fanatic

February 11th, 2012
10:15 am

Pago Pago Dawg

February 11th, 2012
9:59 am
So who’s doing half-time show if The Redcoats are playing gt?

gtBOOB is, he is blowing one of the hairy balled sousaphonists

Lakedawg

February 11th, 2012
10:35 am

For the haters on here Coach Mark Richt has the highest winning % of any coach in SEC against winning teams. Yes that puts him in top 5.

And yes that includes slick nick, lester smiles, and steven boobs spurrier.

Dawgdad (The Original)

February 11th, 2012
10:58 am

Ozzfest, right on! Richt obviously does not like a QB contraversy. If he lets Mason play very much, he likely will have one as I believe Mason is the better of the two, from the limited amount of time we have had a chance to watch him. Would like to see some open competition in the Spring and an effort during the season to get players ready to step in when we have an injury.

Dawg Haus

February 11th, 2012
11:01 am

Good point on Murray and the primary receiver. I’ve always thought the Dawgs could make way better use of the fullback to pick up short yardage and eat away at the opposing D. The coaches really dropped the ball by not utilizing Bruce Figgins more in those types of situations last season. It’d be nice to see Zander get some short passes in 2012 to shake things up.

Dawgdad (The Original)

February 11th, 2012
11:02 am

We hear from McGarrity that the reason we need these cupcakes on the schedule is so the bench players can get some reps. We know the real reason is financial, but they will never admit that.

Richt uses those cupcake teams as a way to pump up the stats of his starters, rather than get PT for the reserves. I am sure it builds loyalty from the guys he is depending on, but it sure doesn’t help the program, when he wastes this opportunity to get PT for the reserves.

Still@theKool-aidBAR

February 11th, 2012
11:33 am

Red&BlackdWag…do you think anybody read more than the first 3 sentences of that crap?

Still@theKool-aidBAR

February 11th, 2012
11:40 am

JOEY…crime at UGa is committed by UGa students but at Tech the crimes are committed by downtown opportunists gangsters. Big Huge difference don’t you think?

Joey

February 11th, 2012
11:54 am

Kool-aid, you should save some finger strokes yourself. Red&Black never comes back to read critiques of his posts.

And just in case Lakedawg was calling me a Richt-hater, no, I’m not a “hater.” I appreciate what Mark Richt did for UGA in his early years, but I don’t have my head in my rear about what he has done since his last SEC Title. See, even in ‘02 and ‘05, Richt showed that, even with great talent, he still would lose 1 or 2 games a year that he shouldn’t lose. UF in ‘02, UF in ‘03, Ut in ‘04, UF and WVA in ‘05, Vandy and UK in ‘06, UT and SC in ‘07, Tech in ‘08, and too many to count in ‘09 and ‘10.

Luck of the schedule saved his job for another 4 or 5 years, and being a diehard fan, I will support Richt as long as he is in Athens, but I have long since quit believing in Richt winning the Big Game, or even getting to it.

Jacket99

February 11th, 2012
12:05 pm

Richt is a good man who represents your school well. The Vol fans thought their program had become stagnant and demanded a change. How did that turn out for them? It may seem like a short climb, but it’s a long fall.

Wet Willie...keep on smiling

February 11th, 2012
12:11 pm

Richt signature win…….Hawaii…you can’t make this sheet up you know. UGA …all Bark and little Bite…good little doggie…rollover vs good teams

SSIgator

February 11th, 2012
12:34 pm

“will the 2012 Dawgs be able to take care of business when favored?”

Doubtful. Why should 2012 be different from any other year?

Still@theKool-aidBAR

February 11th, 2012
12:54 pm

How many games in 2012 will the Dwags Not be Favored? Winning when Favored has not been a huge problem for Richt or Murray’s. Their problem is beating a GOOD Team, a top 25 team, hell a team with a winning record (by seasons end).

Jugger

February 11th, 2012
12:55 pm

I’d rather dump Tech from the schedule than Auburn. At least Auburn is competitive.

Jugger

February 11th, 2012
12:57 pm

@ Still@theBAR, Auburn finished with a winning record, so did Tech, so did Vanderbilt, so did Florida. We can’t help what other teams do or how they play. We can only go out and beat them which we did after that SC loss all the way to the SEC title game.

Still@theKool-aidBAR

February 11th, 2012
1:08 pm

jugger it has been a 2 year issue not just last year.

Jugger

February 11th, 2012
1:16 pm

I don’t think it’s really an issue. There’s nothing to discuss. All we can do is go out and perform and get wins. That’s all that matters. Just because you don’t beat top 5 teams week in and week out doesn’t mean your not a good team. Lord knows Tech doesn’t play anybody worth any substance and it shows every time they play UGA. At least that’s how it’s been 10 out of the last 11 seasons.

Jugger

February 11th, 2012
1:19 pm

Tech fans always try to find something to complain about. They can’t beat UGA so they move on to academics or pick on UGA’s schedule. It’s really sad. Where were you when in 08 we went out west to Arizona State and got the win, or when we faced Bama in 07 in Tuscaloosa and got the win…or in 08 how we went to Baton Rouge and beat the stuffing out of LSU 52-38. Anytime you hang 52 on a team, that’s beating them badly. It ain’t easy going to LSU and winning.

Jugger

February 11th, 2012
1:22 pm

Maybe we haven’t had that hard of a schedule the past 2 years…but look at the overall body of work with Richt. He has arguably one of the best road win-loss records…no telling how many he’s won in other opponents’ stadiums…he’s got 2 SEC titles, 5 SEC EAST division championships, he’s 106-37 over the past 11 seasons. Get off Richt.

Jugger

February 11th, 2012
1:24 pm

Richt has been here 11 seasons…out of those 11 seasons…FIVE times we’ve been to the SEC title game. That means he has us competing year in and year out no matter how you slice it, that’s pretty much half the time we’re in the title game.

Still@theKool-aidBAR

February 11th, 2012
1:43 pm

jugger maybe that is good enough for some fans, but what you described isn’t much different for the situation at Tennessee when they ditched Fulmer the 150 game winner. Richt has done well but he is not keeping up with the changing SEC. Bobo isn’t Feared by any DC in the SEC.

Jugger

February 11th, 2012
1:50 pm

And Tech isn’t feared by any team out there. That’s why they lose every bowl game they play. How many bowl games have you won under Boob man?

Still@theKool-aidBAR

February 11th, 2012
1:53 pm

jugger I was giving you facts and opinions and now you go to change the subject and throw insults. Well played to deflect the subject.

Jugger

February 11th, 2012
2:08 pm

Ok answer this….why are you on a UGA blog if your a Tech fan? Are the Tech boards that awful? I never go over there. Tell me about it.

GooberDawg

February 11th, 2012
2:11 pm

Hey, I’m a Boob and Azz man! What’s wrong with that?

Still@theKool-aidBAR

February 11th, 2012
2:12 pm

jugger WHAT is the subject of this blog? Now are you smart enough to answer your own question? It is about a tech v uga football game.