Fan talk: Adding a ninth SEC game, Hines Ward, freshmen and more!

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Brian Stewart writes: I see a lot of gripe/debate going on about the SEC’s 6-1-1 schedule choice. I am all for preserving the Georgia-Auburn rivalry, but I also am a bit torn on whether or not I would be more in favor a 9-game conference schedule. On the one side, it would probably compare a lot better than this year’s home slate of games, replacing a Georgia Southern or Buffalo with another SEC team. On the other side, 9 conference games plus the rivalry with Tech would leave us very little wiggle room to fit in a tune-up during the season, and would pretty much destroy any hope of ever scheduling compelling out-of-conference games, like we tried to do with Ohio State. I’m curious as to what your thoughts are on these subjects?

My view on a nine-game conference schedule has been evolving, as someone once said. Originally, I was supportive of the stance the SEC coaches and athletic directors take: that adding a ninth game in what’s already college football’s toughest conference would be a strain on players and coaches and make it tougher to compete for the national championship. Plus it would mean in alternating years teams would have to play five of their nine conference games on the road. It also would be a problem for the three schools — Georgia, Florida and South Caroline — who have in-state nonconference rivals from BCS conferences. As long as the rivalry with Auburn was protected, I wasn’t too concerned with how often the Dogs saw other SEC West teams in Athens — which will be every 12 years under the eight-game (6-1-1) plan adopted by the conference this week. But I’m coming around to the arguments in favor of a nine-game schedule, namely that it would produce a more attractive overall schedule for the fans (one less cupcake), it would provide a stronger inventory of games for television (which should pay off financially) and it would put the conference in a stronger position if strength-of-schedule winds up figuring into how playoff teams are selected. With the eight-game schedule, the SEC is likely to come up short in that latter category. Of course, in big-time sports, the bottom line is usually the bottom line, and many observers think the SEC eventually will be forced to cave and overrule its coaches on playing a ninth game simply because the conference’s TV partners will demand it.

Walter Davison writes: Do you think Derrick Henry will honor his commitment and remain a Bulldog, or do you think he will sign with Alabama?

Well, Henry’s been a UGA commitment for nearly a year, but it’s not looking good. Alabama has put on a big recruiting push trying to flip him, and Henry’s comments have indicated he’s seriously looking at playing in Tuscaloosa. With Nick Saban’s success there, can you really blame him? I think perhaps the increasingly crowded tailback corps at Georgia, with the addition of Keith Marshall and Todd Gurley in addition to Isaiah Crowell, might be a factor in Henry reconsidering whether he wants to go to UGA.

Gerry Pinkston writes: I was surprised to read this week that Hines Ward had signed with NBC as a sportscaster. I thought the reason he was hanging out in Athens with Mike Bobo this spring was because he was thinking about a coaching career. I was really hoping Hines would wind up on the UGA staff. Our players could really use someone with his work ethic as a role model. What happened?

Hines Ward is getting his own Batman movie action figure. (McFarlane Toys)

Hines Ward is getting his own Batman movie action figure. (McFarlane Toys)

Ward may still be considering a coaching career, but he indicated all along that it was likely to be at least a couple of years down the road and that he’d probably wind up on TV first. Thanks to last year’s “Dancing With the Stars” victory and his upcoming appearance in “The Dark Knight Rises” Batman film (check out his latest action figure, decked out as one of the Gotham Rogues in the movie), Hines is a hot media commodity right now, and you can’t expect him not to explore that fully. If he does eventually decide that coaching is what he wants to do, UGA is likely to have a good shot at getting him.

Jim Weber writes: Hi Bill. As a Bulldog I am extremely upset by the contract offered to Mark [Richt]. Mark is one, if not the best, of the coaches in the SEC, but paid as the 6th highest best coach in the league. I am unhappy that the university decided to save the money knowing Mark and his family wanted to stay and decided they could extend his contract by adding years and incentives, but not real annual dollars. They are lucky that Mark is not a dollar-motivated individual. … Give Mark what he is worth — he should be at least the 4th highest paid coach in the SEC. … If you want a great coach, you better treat him as a great coach. Go Dawgs.

I don’t think anyone questions that Richt is a good man. But as I noted last week, Richt’s 2011 record, coming off a losing season, was good enough to get him off the hot seat and won him the much-needed contract extension, but wasn’t really good enough to win a pay raise. However, should Georgia live up to its advance billing this season, I’m sure the question of Richt’s compensation will be revisited.

David Harvey writes: As a huge Bulldog fan living in Louisville, KY, I just want to thank you for your Blawg. It keeps me up to date on all the happenings down there. Just one question: Our special teams have been horrible over the past few years, it’s cost us a few games. Just want to know are we ever gonna get one coach to coach these guys? The committee thing just seems to be not working. Again, thanks for all you do.

I appreciate it, David. Richt has indicated he’s not likely to add a full-time special teams coach as long as current NCAA limits on coaches remain in place. As the coach said last fall, “I looked at it. But what happens is, if you have a guy that does only special teams, all of the sudden you’re robbing a position from the offense or defense. You’d be shorthanded on one or the other. So I decided to continue on with what we’ve done since I’ve been here, splitting up the roles.” Richt has indicated, however, that much more emphasis is being put on special teams play this season and a lot more starters are going to wind up playing kickoffs and punts. But if special teams play continues to be a disaster this year, you’ve got to wonder whether Richt might not think again about changing how he approaches that aspect of the game.

Complicated new rules on student tickets are aimed at filling those empty seats at Sanford Stadium. (Brant Sanderlin / AJC)

Complicated new rules on student tickets are aimed at filling those empty seats at Sanford Stadium. (Brant Sanderlin / AJC)

On the subject of student tickets, I heard from a couple of seniors this week who aren’t happy with the decision to give freshmen priority at getting seats in order to try and fill some of those thousands of empty seats in the UGA student section at home games. Micah Shue writes: Hi Bill, I love the Blawg!! As a current senior at UGA I have gotten home season tickets for my first three years and haven’t missed a game yet. I love the Dawgs and cannot imagine skipping a home game. I have read some articles about freshmen now getting priority for tickets. Will this really happen? Is that really fair to seniors like me? I know that the student section is not full at most games, but I would be extremely angered if some freshman got full home tickets and I only got half.

And on the same subject, Shane Ward writes: Hello Mr. King, I’m soon to be a senior at the fine University of Georgia. I recently read over the new provisions the athletic department is proposing for student ticketing and frankly, I find the system to be completely unnecessary and unfair. Coming in in 2009, I’ve seen most of the changes that [UGA President Michael] Adams has implemented come into play and muck up my opportunity to enjoy my football experience to its fullest. Firstly, the suspension of tailgating on North Campus after my first year was effective, but I believe was too much (including the new addendum to the rules from this year). Simple fixes were never considered or voted on by the student body who should have had some sort of say on the decision. This brings me to my next point, the new ticketing policy proposed by the athletic board. It is simply too complicated and unfair to the seniors who have waited years just for a chance to get to go to all the games. This will be the first year where I will (hopefully) be able to get a Florida and SEC championship game. The new rules make it seem as though freshmen, being of new faces and more excited (which I don’t believe if you have met my friends), will show up to every game. This will not be the case as we will see next year. Simple fix, as I’ve seen mentioned on the AJC before, is go back to hard tickets. I understand there is the possibility of students profiting on tickets, but why does that matter so much to the athletic department? I am sorry this turned into a rant, but one last question. Is there anyway to contact the athletic department or [Greg] McGarity to have our voices heard or are we screwed?

As you’ve correctly noted, the thinking is that freshmen, who in recent years haven’t been able to get tickets to all home games, are likely to be more enthusiastic about actually attending the games than upperclassmen. And I agree with you that a return to hard tickets would solve most of the attendance problems. I also can certainly understand seniors being concerned about what this will do to their seniority. The plan, as outlined in The Red and Black, is pretty complicated and includes priority for post-season tickets being based on attendance at previous games and then on seniority. So the best thing seniors can do is make sure they attend every game they get a ticket for. In the meantime, if you want to let the athletic association know what you think, the main phone number is 706-542-9036 and you can email McGarity at ad@sports.uga.edu.

Terry Shirey Sr. writes: Several years ago, before I decided to stop contributing to the economy of Jacksonville each year, I was paired by the starter at a golf course in Jacksonville with the director of the UGA Band. In conversation I questioned him on the rationale for the band playing Wagner’s “Ride of the Valkyries” as an intro for the team. He responded that is was the selection of Jim Donnan. I asked him if Donnan was aware of the fact that the Valkyries were the handmaidens that escorted the “fallen warriors” to Vahalla in Wagner’s Operas? His response was that he didn’t debate many things with Donnan since the coach also wanted to move the band to that section that was used by the visiting bands because the visiting band could be heard better throughout the stadium. It intrigued me that a coach had the time to concern himself with the acoustics of Sanford Stadium (that may have been Donnan’s problem). It is true that the location of the visiting band (Section 101) is more desirable because it doesn’t have to travel over an open area to circle the stadium. The west end zone allows the music from the UGA band location to leave the stadium as it circles around but it really only affects those sitting in the visitor’s section. I applaud the movement of the band back to the student section if it does become a fact.

“Ride of the Valkyries”? This must be one of those repressed memories from the Donnan era that refuses to resurface for me. They must not have played that very long, because I don’t remember it and I asked half a dozen other veteran fans, including one former Redcoat, and they don’t remember it, either! As to your point about the band’s location, I think the move to the west end one wasn’t the best choice because of the proximity of the visiting band, but a return to the old spot in the student section isn’t great, either, because the band can’t be heard very well in much of the stadium. I think putting the Redcoats in the middle of the student section that’s in the east end zone would be the best solution.

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191 comments Add your comment

Still@theKool-aidBAR

June 2nd, 2012
9:29 pm

UGa doing less with more since 1984

Still@theKool-aidBAR

June 2nd, 2012
9:31 pm

Need to Steal 2nd before we get any outs.

Der Blau Engel

June 2nd, 2012
9:34 pm

Buh bye to the leg humpers.

Send in the clowns…

June 2nd, 2012
9:37 pm

I think the circus is hiring clowns if Ward needs another job.

Maybe they would hire Richt, too.

Dawg Bite

June 2nd, 2012
9:52 pm

Play all conference games. UGA is not going to win the MNC as long as CMR is there anyway.Oh yeh, only eleven, gotta play GAT. Who the heck cares if a tennis player at Coastal Carolina gets a scholarship, not our problem!

Still@theKool-aidBAR

June 2nd, 2012
10:14 pm

Make is 6-1-3 and your are already prepared for when you get 16 teams. that leaves 1 Cupcake and one Hard OOC or State Rival. The Fans actually get their monies worth. make the Florida game H-n-H screw JAX every year. EZ cupcake to start the season so you have a game all the suspended players can miss and it shouldn’t matter.

Lakedawg

June 2nd, 2012
10:14 pm

Bill, you cannot be serious about a nine game schedule if you are a true Dawg fan.

Do you really want to have the disadvantage of in 9 games, the most that Dawgs could get at home is 4 under any scenario. 4 home 5 away every year or possibly 3 home 6 away, how the heck is that fair in anyway at all.

Just look at this year 3 home SEC games. Do not think you and other Dawg fans really want to put us at such a disadvantage. Do a little thinking before writing an article advocating something creating a disadvantage man.

Now if you can get Florida out of Florida every other year than 9 games becomes more meaningful.
Have made my last trip to a road game with 60% gators and 40% Dawgs every year, I want then ub Stanford.

Just extend you schedule and see what you get before asking for something you have not thought through.

Lakedawg

June 2nd, 2012
10:16 pm

First time I have ever agreed with the drunk bar guy, but yes s_____ Jacksonville.

THE Dixie Redcoat Band

June 2nd, 2012
11:55 pm

Nobody leaves at halftime when Script Ohio is performed. Even at The Big House, the UM folks stick around to boo. But then, The Big House will boo everything the USA flag.

RED DOG 77

June 3rd, 2012
12:48 am

@ARdawg 3:36pm, 6/2………………….Well put, well put indeed !

TROLL PATROLL

June 3rd, 2012
3:11 am

bills sniffers drinkin at the coolaid canteen kiosk! what a show! Bill this is no reflection on your fine views…just the same 4 bama and dawg malcontents greasin up with their antics. Good post Bill.

tell me again

June 3rd, 2012
6:51 am

K Baby – I was in the Redcoat band during your time there – I don’t think we were allowed to play during either teams offensive plays…..doing so would have been flagged as a penalty. We did shout a lot during the other teams plays though ~ and with those thick, heavy uniforms we sweat a lot too! And yes, bring the electric squad back! I was there when Gary Teski was director and Roger Dance, God rest his soul, was overall director.

Joey

June 3rd, 2012
8:58 am

Jim Weber, if you feel so strongly that Richt is underpaid, you could always send him a monthly check for the difference, then you wouldn’t be “unhappy,” and we would have to read such idiocy.

So what if he is the 6th-highest paid coach – name me 6 coaches in the league that Richt has outcoached. When has Richt beat a SEC team that was a favorite? Auburn in ‘07?

Can you name me 6 SEC coaches who have lost their last 2 bowl games?

Since ‘02, and ‘05 were so long ago, maybe 6th best paid in the league is about right . . .

evil empire

June 3rd, 2012
9:06 am

who knew uga even had a band….all i ever hear is piped-in music at sanford and son…p.s…dump tech…

Joey

June 3rd, 2012
9:12 am

“In 4 years from now, both LSU and Bama will not be the perennial powerhouse of the SEC”
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ARdawg, I think if Saban’s still at Bama, and LSU can keep Chavis as DC, they will stay at the top of the SEC.

Miles and Saban are great recruiters, and both have excellent assistants from top to bottom.

K-Baby

June 3rd, 2012
9:20 am

Tell Me Again: We were allowed to play at the Tech game because they were independent back then. They had not yet joined the ACC. You are correct that we were not allowed to play during snaps for conference games, but all bets were off with non-conference opponents.

Roger Dancz was one of the good guys in life.

THE Dixie Redcoat Band

June 3rd, 2012
9:28 am

Roger Dancz was indeed a good guy. He was our band intern in Florida before joining the Dixie Redcoats. And yes, the stadiums are doing away with live band music…sad.

Neutral

June 3rd, 2012
9:32 am

@Still…… (last night at 9:19)

Interesting stats. You and others like to put down the “east” side of the SEC conference, but from your stats the 3 big rivals (Aub/UGa, TN/AL and FL/LSU)…..the east teams all have better records compared to their west rivals. Thanks for clarifying that the east is HISTORICALLY the toughest side of the conference…..even though that has not been the case recently.

Jborodawg

June 3rd, 2012
11:13 am

@Bill King, “…the increasingly crowded tailback corps at Georgia…might be a factor in Henry reconsidering whether he wants to go to UGA…” I almost LOL. You don’t think Bama has a bevy of highly rated RBs?

I agree with the arguments for a nine game sked. The argument against is also compelling. For one thing, there will be few if any undefeated SEC teams. Not many one-loss teams play for the NC; near-impossible for a two-loss team. Adding Mizzou and T A&M really opened a can of worms. Plus, I doubt UGA will sell out our allotment to those away games.

Which brings up the new Big 12-SEC bowl game. The ten team Big 12 doesn’t beat each other up with a conference championship game. I’m all for the bowl game itself, but the Big 12 team will be quite a bit more rested and less banged up.

Lot of griping about UGA ’skirting’ Bama, LSU, and Arky. But it wasn’t that long ago that Tenn and Fla were just as tough or perennial top 5 or 10. It’s the ol’ cycle thing. See @Still above.

You didn’t bring up the BCS and the four team playoff, but… One thing they MUST get rid of is the coaches pole. Coaches see film of their opponents, almost exclusively. They might have some intel on other teams in their conference or maybe watch a game or two of #1 ranked teams, etc. But the vast majority have no idea about most teams in the top 20. Many of them let someone on their staff vote for them. Coming up with a (fair) selection committee is gonna be tough; but it’s probably the way to go. The BCS computer model needs remodeling too; and hopefully that is in the works. But, the coaches pole must go.

Pitbull

June 3rd, 2012
11:25 am

I say drop the Tech game and add a 10th SEC matchup.

All we really accomplish by playing Tech is to help them fund their athletic department.

KJ

June 3rd, 2012
11:26 am

I see the usual assortment of pathetic trolls has nothing better to do on a weekend, yet again. Sick life.

kingdaddy

June 3rd, 2012
11:32 am

KJ
If you don’t like weekend bloggers, why are you blogging again??

Rubber Neck

June 3rd, 2012
12:52 pm

The Derrick Henry rationale makes little sense. Their backfield is just as crowded – if not more – than ours.

1953dawg

June 3rd, 2012
1:06 pm

If Henry flips to Bama, he will show he is much smarter than the majority of people on these blogs. why wouldn’t he want to play for a H.C. that has won 3 National Championships at 2 different SEC programs? And why wouldn’t he want to play for a position coach that has actually coached 2 1st round draft choices at running back. Richt has put together the worst Offensive coaching staff in the SEC. If you are a UGA fan, ask yourself how many programs have tried to hire away any of UGA’s offensive coaching staff? The answer is a laughing NONE!! Good programs lose their top asst. coaches every year to other envious programs, not the case at UGA. No other program wants any of these losers, so i think if Henry flips, he is showing he has thought this decision through, and UGA isn’t the place a top notch offensive player wants to be. PERIOD!! Richt and his clowns=MEDIOCRITY!!!

Neutral

June 3rd, 2012
1:10 pm

Yes, Dancz was a great leader and a good guy

kingdaddy

June 3rd, 2012
1:14 pm

1953
Here’s a question for you: Why would a pro-bama troll have Dawg in their name? Please change your name to reflect your preference for any team but the dawgs. ANSWER THE QUESTION!!!

Fan

June 3rd, 2012
1:51 pm

Roger Dancz was a great guy. His son, Steve, is actually leaving UGA’s faculty at the end of this month for a gig in Atl. It’ll be the first time since 1954 that a Dancz will not be on the school of music faculty. My mom’s side of the family grew up in the same small town (Ludington, Michigan) as the Dancz family did. A lot of them went to school together, some in the pre-UGA days. The Dancz name is a legend up there as well, and Roger was one of the main guys to keep the “clown band” going up there (which is soooo fun to play with and listen to). It’ll be sad times without a Dancz at the school of music.

GTBob

June 3rd, 2012
1:53 pm

All we really accomplish by playing Tech is to help them fund their athletic department.

How does playing us help our athletic department? Keeping the UGA rivalry in all sports does nothing but harm to our school and its athletics. Dropping that game would be one of the few smart decisions DRad has made.

GTBob

June 3rd, 2012
1:55 pm

@ GTBob- you could argue that since the conference formed 2 divisions in 1992 that UGA’s permanent opponent, Auburn, has been the best program in the SEC West

Yes, and you could argue that Auburn is maybe the 4th best program in the SEC West now and showing no signs that it might turn around. That’s why UGA wants to play them. They could care less about the fake rivalry.

Old Dog

June 3rd, 2012
2:00 pm

“As a Bulldog I am extremely upset by the contract offered to Mark [Richt].”

All he has to do is win championships and he makes it up in bonuses. OK, now I see why you are upset.

Old Dog

June 3rd, 2012
2:03 pm

“Richt has indicated he’s not likely to add a full-time special teams coach as long as current NCAA limits on coaches remain in place.”

That sounds like our coach. “Yes, I know what we have is broken, but I am not going to do anything about it.”

evil empire

June 3rd, 2012
2:25 pm

hey kingdaddy, you answer 1953’s question…i know it ticks you off because he’s right…nobody is beating down the door for any of uga’s o-staff…as for the uga auburn game, who cares about that game…yall act like its Bama-auburn, or Ohio State-Michigan…it’s not Lsu-Florida…it’s not even the egg bowl…no one cares about the game, except you uga fans, who are so concerned with “history” that you fail to recognize that you really have little or no history besides the auburn game…sucks being you…

Paul in NH

June 3rd, 2012
2:29 pm

“Which brings up the new Big 12-SEC bowl game. The ten team Big 12 doesn’t beat each other up with a conference championship game. I’m all for the bowl game itself, but the Big 12 team will be quite a bit more rested and less banged up.”

Every Big XII team plays 9 conference games, with the last game played the same day as the SECCG.

evil empire

June 3rd, 2012
2:46 pm

@rubber neck

The Derrick Henry rationale makes little sense. Their backfield is just as crowded – if not more – than ours.

the main difference is bama backs get championship rings…uga backs get participation ribbons from second tier bowls…by the way, rubberneck was the title of a great album by the texas band “the toadies” in 1994…

and if the ground's not cold, everything is gonna burn, we'll all take turns, i"ll get mine too

June 3rd, 2012
2:49 pm

Bama program >x100 UGA program. That’s the way it is.

question for all

June 3rd, 2012
4:18 pm

Is there a more disliked program in the south than UGA? Probably not.

whiskey breath

June 3rd, 2012
4:33 pm

Your biggest gripe on scheduling shouldn’t be about a 9 game conference schedule, but pading CMR’s record. Fans pay several hundred dollars to take the family to a game. Don’t you deserve to play somebody that is worth a crap? That is why the seniors are leaving several thousand seats empty. They like good games too.

just a fan

June 3rd, 2012
6:16 pm

@bill where can I get that Hines Ward figurine

AltamahaDawg

June 3rd, 2012
6:17 pm

Your memory of that song might be a bit fuzzy, but the decision to stay in the Golden Isles during the week of the Ga/Fl game was spot on.

Wilson Pickett

June 3rd, 2012
7:55 pm

The poster that brings up the quality of Richt entire staff is correct. Nobody is after Richt and none of his assistants …that is none including your DC that you think hung the Moon. If he was worth a sheet the NFL would have taken him including Mr.Blank. Continue to spin if it makes you feel better. Heck Bama lost two guys out of the football operations group to the NFL this year (Eagles and Pat’s) and you lose Gilbert to AU as a grad assistant. LOL….elite UGA…Oh MY.

kingdaddy

June 3rd, 2012
8:02 pm

Evil E.
I have already addressed that earlier. I love the tradition, but I want to play all the west teams more than we do now. I don’t care how we do it, heck make the season longer, play a 9 game SEC schedule. I don’t care E., I’m sick of the cupcks. and want to see UGA with a more challenging schedule. As far as 1953 goes, I hate when a troll pretends when he’s from a school but never does anything but bash that school. I don’t like it when anyone does it to another school either. It’s very juvinile. I like poking fun, but not under another schools name, its gutless…

Neutral

June 3rd, 2012
8:43 pm

@still at the cool aid….. (last night at 9:19)

Hey knucklehead, according to your stats the top 3 teams in winning percent are FL, Tenn and UGa. Bama has 2 more losses tha UGa…..so UGa has the better winning percent. That means the top 3 teams since the conference split are all on the east side. Guess that shoots holes in the argument that UGa is in the weakest side of the conference (historically speaking). I guess you need to keep sipping your kool aid dude!!!,

Neutral

June 3rd, 2012
8:49 pm

@king daddy

Right on pal…..1953 is not a Dawg fan. Sound like a GT fan trying to make logic out of how they were pounded by Florida twice this weekend in bb.

Brainiac(Dawg for life/Richt fan for life)

June 3rd, 2012
9:17 pm

@ Fan:

Thanks for putting Kool-Aid in his place!!!!!!!!

He is an embarassment to humanity!!!!!!!!!!!

He thinks he is cool, knowledgeable and funny but that’s just the opposite of what he really is. Just the Single Digit IQ coming out of him!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Brainiac(Dawg for life/Richt fan for life)

June 3rd, 2012
9:35 pm

CMR has a better winning percentage than Saban or Miles!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Brainiac(Dawg for life/Richt fan for life)

June 3rd, 2012
9:43 pm

@ Whiskey Breath:

Now is the time for Grayshirt U to reschedule Louisiana-Monroe. Better play them at their place or at a neutral site because losing to them in Tuskaloser would FOREVER tarnish the Mighty Tide’s repu………………………………………………………….What??? Oh thats right. It has already happened but you and the other Tiders probably have forgotten

To woof or not to woof

June 3rd, 2012
9:44 pm

Did UGA ever replace the mangy mutt that croaked last year?

evil empire

June 3rd, 2012
10:26 pm

hey brainiac, sthu punk…

Still@theKool-aidBAR

June 3rd, 2012
10:57 pm

Neutral………..go do your HOMEWORK. The EAST is top cause the East also has the WORT teams in the Bottom too. The EAST benefited form playing the WORST SEC teams too. You looked at the #s and not WHO the #s were against.

Go check Vandy and Kentucky to Ole Miss and Miss St. and USCe compared to ArkieSaw. then come back and run your mouth you fool.

Still@theKool-aidBAR

June 3rd, 2012
11:10 pm

brainYAK can’t STHU. he has to talk as much as he can before his mommy closes the basement door.