Fan talk: Offensive line worries, Redcoats say ‘Hail’ yeah, and more!

commit to the gThe UGA athletic association is asking fans to “Commit to the G,” whether it’s by buying a ticket to a game, making a donation to the Georgia Bulldog Club or even just wearing Georgia gear to work on Fridays. They’ve launched a special website as part of the campaign and are urging fans to interact on the Georgia Bulldogs Facebook page and on Twitter (@ugaathletics) where they want fans to use the #CommitToTheG hashtag.

As for wearing Bulldog gear on Fridays, beginning on Friday, Aug. 31, fans who submit photos in Georgia gear to fanupfriday@gmail.com will have the chance to win prizes. A different winner will be selected each week and the photos will be posted on the official UGA Athletics Facebook page. Fans can also participate by sending photos to the @ugaathletics official UGA Athletics Twitter feed, with the hash tag #fanupfriday.

Now, let’s catch up on some Junkyard Mail …

Brett writes: The offensive line is the major area of concern going into the season. How much better have they gotten in recent weeks? I for one am worried about David Andrews [at center]; he is listed at 6′2 280. That seems a bit too small for the defenses we will see.

I’m thinking Andrews, who reportedly is up to 295 now, must have made strides since the spring because Mark Richt singled him out this week, saying he “has had a good camp, and to me he has solidified that job” as center. “We were trying to find the best combination of five, and we went into camp hoping he would be the guy. I think it’s the best combination for him to be the center, and he came through. I think he’s done a good job.” Earlier, Richt had said of Andrews: “He’s very smart. That center must be able to make the calls and get everybody moving in the right direction. … If you’re quick and you get your hands and feet where they’re supposed to be and you run them with enthusiasm and you know what you’re doing, you can play center.”

David Andrews has been singled out for praise by Mark Richt and fellow players. (University of Georgia)

David Andrews has been singled out for praise by Mark Richt and fellow players. (University of Georgia)

Richt isn’t alone in his praise of the sophomore lineman. Two weeks ago it was reported that Andrews, who’s known as “Boss,” had bested nose guard John Jenkins in some drills. “I’m going to be honest with you about David Andrews,” Jenkins said. “A lot of people will be surprised. He’s got a lot of heart and attitude. And with that heart and attitude and being so young he’s going to be a great player. And for him to be able to hold with Kwame [Geathers] and me, it shows a lot. The thing is with David Andrews, his technique has gotten a lot better since the spring.” Added Aaron Murray, who takes the snaps from Anderson: “We go out there, and him and I are working on calls. He knows everything we’re doing, he knows the calls, and he’s only going to get better these next few weeks and into the season. So I have complete confidence in what he can do.”

As for the state of the OL in general, star defender Jarvis Jones says of the OL: “Those guys are getting a whole lot better. I’m seeing improvement in them every day.” And Mike Bobo said, “I’m really liking the progression of the offensive line. I think those guys have bought in and they’re working hard. Our missed assignments are down tremendously from last year at this point. That’s due to those guys learning and studying and due to the quarterback getting us ready and into the play.”

The fact that they were barely into preseason camp when coach Will Friend had basically settled on a starting five is encouraging. Currently it looks like the starters will be Kenarious Gates at left tackle, Dallas Lee at left guard, Andrews at center, Chris Burnette at right guard and true freshman John Theus at right tackle, with Watts Dantzler rotating in as the top reserve. The one caveat: After Dantzler, the drop-off apparently is pretty noticeable, and that could be a factor if the injury bug bites.

Ryan Paul Reid of the Redcoat Band writes: Bill, First off, keep up the great work with the Blawg. It’s my trusted source for everything UGA. I wanted to let you know that we, the Redcoat Marching Band, are reviving the tradition of singing our beloved “Hail to Georgia” fight song (during pregame, in the stands, during Dawg Walk, etc.). We’ve put together a video of the band at band camp running through the tune and singing the somewhat forgotten lyrics, which are also embedded in the video. I tell you this because we all know reviving this tradition is only possible if UGA fans know it’s happening and learn (or relearn) the lyrics. If you have any extra room in your next Blawg post, can you possibly squeeze in a tidbit about our efforts and provide the link to the lyrics? We want this to succeed more than you can imagine and that starts by spreading the word. Needless to say, your voice is louder than mine or those of my colleagues and we would appreciate any effort on your part to help us spread the word. Thanks again, Bill. Keep up the fantastic work. Get ready for a season to remember. Go Dawgs.

With pleasure, Ryan. Here are the lyrics. Learn ‘em!

Hail to Georgia down in Dixie!

A college honored, fair, and true!

The red and black is her standard, proudly it waves,

Streaming today and the ages through!

She’s the fairest of the Southland!

We’ll pledge our love to her for aye! [pronounced like the letter "A"]

To that college dear we’ll raise a cheer!

All hail to dear old U-G-A!

The Redcoat Band will be on the same road schedule as the past couple of seasons. (Photo by Bill King)

The Redcoat Band will be on the same road schedule as the past couple of seasons. (Photo by Bill King)

On a related topic, Austin writes: I have been blessed to have traveled to each SEC stadium with the Dawgs over the years and will currently be attending the game in Missouri this year. Just for the sake of my knowing, I called the UGA band department today and inquired about which road games the full band would be attending this year. Much to my dismay it will only be the Auburn and Florida games in the regular season this year. Why not South Carolina, too? Why not Tennessee last year? Don’t say money! Especially not the way we’ve been spending it! Other schools’ bands still travel. A few years back Mississippi State brought their entire band to Athens. As did Tennessee the year before and SC last year. It really adds to our crowd when we go on the road. We need our band to visit more schools when we go off.

I put that question to our pal Ryan, and he said: “In addition to the typical Florida and bowl game (and, we hope, SEC Championship game), the full band will be traveling to Auburn. It’s the same one full band trip schedule [the athletic association] has used the past two years. The full Derbies [the pep band] will be at USCe, with a smaller Derbies group at Kentucky, and around 30 Derbies at Mizzou.” Basically, it comes down to what the athletic association, which funds the Redcoats’ football duties, is willing to pay for. But I was told by another Redcoat Band member a while back that another factor is that the band isn’t always given enough seats at away games to take more than the Derbies anyway. Still, I tend to agree with you, Austin, that the full band ought to go to at least one more road game.

Josh Hensley writes: Bill, First of all I enjoy reading your Blawg every week. I also enjoying coming to Athens on the first Saturday of the football season. With that being said, I have a question. Do you think UGA would ever consider playing their opening nonconference game on a Thursday night? Many fans may not like this but it may be a good idea to get a head start on the competition, like USCe playing Vandy on Thursday to open up the season. It would give the team a few extra days after a game to tweak some things especially since the team will most likely leave Thursday night or Friday afternoon the next week to go to Missouri.

Not likely, Josh. UGA has a pretty longstanding tradition of keeping home games on Saturdays. Last year, President Michael Adams told WGAU in Athens that, ”To the best of my knowledge, and I think this is accurate, we’ve not played a home or away Thursday night game during my time here, and we won’t. I don’t do scheduling, but I do set certain parameters and certain rules within which the athletic departments are expected to operate. We don’t let teams play on exam days, for instance. We don’t like for them to play on reading days, but there’s been a time or two that has been unavoidable because of conference commitments. But generally, I think football ought to be a Saturday occurrence. I think it ought to be fun for an entire community on weekends.” Adams isn’t even crazy about neutral site openers like last year’s at the Georgia Dome, which he said fans ought to view as “a one-time event. I’m a very strong believer in on-campus, student-centered football.”

Cleveland Williams III writes: Bill, Why is there so much attention being given to Malcolm Mitchell moving from receiver to defensive back this year? I know the stats from last year — and he was good as a freshman — but when looking at the depth chart for next year he is going to be needed as a defensive back. The current starting defensive backfield is all seniors and will be lost to graduation. The group for next year will only have seven scholarship players (Devin Bowman, Sheldon Dawson, Marc Deas, Corey Moore, Connor Norman, Blake Sailors, Damian Swann) plus Malcolm, and will lack experience. The receiving core for next year, (Bennett, Conley, Scott-Wesley, Tibbs, Wooten, Flournoy-Smith, Lynch and Rome), will be the more experienced group. Bennett, Conley, Wooten, Lynch and Rome will be more experienced than the returning defensive backs. Should Mitchell not be left at defensive back to resolve this issue?

Damian Swann is likely to have Malcolm Mitchell as a fellow defender on at least a part-time basis for quite a while. (Curtis Compton / AJC)

Damian Swann is likely to have Malcolm Mitchell as a fellow defender on at least a part-time basis for quite a while. (Curtis Compton / AJC)

You make a good point, Cleveland. I’d say a lot of it will depend on a) how well Mitchell performs as a two-way player and b) how well the rest of the receiving corps does. I basically expect Mitchell will remain at least a part-time two-way player the rest of his career at Georgia.

Jim Parry writes: Bill, Saw some early comments on our new placekickers performances, thus far. Made me wonder, with the large amount of recruits we plan to sign this year, wouldn’t it be safe to use one on another kicker? We had two on scholarship recently? This would be a good year to do with all the numbers.

Let’s wait and see how true freshman Marshall Morgan does this season. If he falters then, yeah, I wouldn’t be surprised to see one of the 30-plus scholarships UGA will be able to hand out going to another kicker. But if he gets in the groove, I’d say at least for a couple of years his backup is likely to be someone who starts out as a walk-on. That’s not necessarily a bad thing. Brandon Coutu arrived in Athens as a walk-on and ended up supplanting scholarship kicker Andy Bailey.

Chuck Cook writes: Hi Bill, I have been enjoying your blogs and articles in the AJC for quite some time, and never miss one of your postings. Your latest about your daughter’s enrollment and some of the history of UGA has prompted a question from me, and hopefully a link or direction you can point me to. As a 1960 grad (BAJ), my wife and I left campus in 1959 for a job in Jacksonville, and returned in 1960 only for graduation ceremonies. I never got a 1960 (and maybe not even a 1959) yearbook, and for all these years I’ve wondered if I had a photo or two in these. Do you know if there’s a library link that might take me to a digital version of those old yearbooks or some way I could make contact with a department to view the yearbooks when I make a trip to Athens? I’d greatly appreciate your help. Thanks.

Yes, there is a link to Pandora yearbooks of the past provided by UGA’s Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, but the bad news is that so far it only offers scans of a limited number of years. They say later volumes will be added over time, but they don’t say how quickly. You might try searching on eBay for a 1960 Pandora. When I checked, I didn’t see one for that year (though they had 1961), but it’s a good bet one will show up eventually.

I’ll answer more Junkyard Mail next week. Do you have something you want to discuss concerning the upcoming football season or UGA athletics in general? Got a question you want the Junkyard Blawg to tackle? If so, send it to junkyardblawg@gmail.com.

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109 comments Add your comment

P-Man

August 18th, 2012
10:30 pm

harold

August 18th, 2012
10:44 pm

WITH SUCH AN EASY CAKEWALK SCHEDULE UGA SHOULD GO 13-0.

P-Man

August 18th, 2012
10:45 pm

Good column, Bill. Thanks for the update about the band, and thanks for posting the words to “Hail to Georgia”. I found them several years ago in a pocket-sized student handbook that was evidently handed out to students duringthe 30s. It also had words to other Georgia songs, like, “Going Back”, “Wanna Go Back”, and, of course, “Glory, Glory”. Then again, I knew the words to “Hail” because my parents taught them to me!

On a related note, are you aware that a piece called “The Bulldog March”, written in the early 20th century, was rediscovered a few years ago? Michael Brewer and the Athens Brass Choir performed an arrangement of this piano piece soon after it was found by an alumnus, whose name escapes me at the momnent…

P-Man

August 18th, 2012
10:49 pm

One more comment…

These words are slightly different than what I’ve seen. In the 4th line, it was “Singing her praises the ages through.”

Last line: “So here’s to dear ole U-G-A!”

11Dawg

August 18th, 2012
11:13 pm

In regards to the Redcoats not going to SC, I believe there was something a couple years ago where the SEC made rules limiting the number of games the band can go to. It had to do with fairness between teams or something I believe.

SSIgator

August 18th, 2012
11:20 pm

“Adams isn’t even crazy about neutral site openers like last year’s at the Georgia Dome”
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I guess not after getting waxed by some 2 & 3 star players from Idaho.

SSIgator

August 18th, 2012
11:30 pm

“As for wearing Bulldog gear on Fridays, beginning on Friday, Aug. 31, fans who submit photos in Georgia gear to fanupfriday@gmail.com will have the chance to win prizes.”
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Good Lord, This sounds like one of those pieces of trash that I get in the mail telling me that I have won a car and all I have to do is bring the key enclosed to the dealership and if unlocks the car – I win it!!! Wow, as P.T. Barnum said, there is one born every minute.

SousaSarge

August 18th, 2012
11:31 pm

Former Redcoat here, 11Dawg is correct. Other athletic departments around the SEC with smaller budgets than UGA asked a couple of years ago to reduce the number of away games the full band could go to as a cost-saving maneuver. Now each organization is limited to attending 2 away games a year as a full band, which we use for Florida every year and Auburn/Tennessee(?) on a rotating schedule. Go Dawgs!

SSIgator

August 18th, 2012
11:33 pm

“Earlier, Richt had said of Andrews: “He’s very smart.”
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Things are looking up in Athens.

SSIgator

August 18th, 2012
11:38 pm

“Our missed assignments are down tremendously from last year at this point.”
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??? Wasn’t last years line the more proven one – that went to the NFL? Coaching??

SSIgator

August 18th, 2012
11:45 pm

“Do you think UGA would ever consider playing their opening nonconference game on a Thursday night?”
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Sounds like John might be anitcipating the worst for this upcoming season. Being relagated to the Thursady night (usually reserved for the ACC and other conferences) schedule is not a good sign.

Oh yeah!

August 18th, 2012
11:46 pm

SSI’s team looked pretty sorry in their practice today. It’s a shame for them that their quarterbacks are so lousy.

SSIgator

August 18th, 2012
11:50 pm

“We don’t like for them to play on reading days”
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Please don’t tell me that UGA has a dedicated day for their football player learning their ABC’s, Jan Kemp would be rolling over in her grave.

Dawg for Life

August 18th, 2012
11:56 pm

SSlgator, what the hell are you doing? Do you realize how moronic you sound? Your team will do good to win 6 games this year, and the others you will be waxed. Ever since that over rated quief of a coach you had left you with his problems, you have sucked it up. Face it, uf is a thing of the past, and a flash in history. Your team overall does not have a very good record. Historically, uf is a poor football school, and as much else, things are reverting back to the way they were in the past…with UGA beating up on uf like we do tech every year.

SSIgator

August 19th, 2012
12:01 am

Bill King -

Sorry for so many posts so close together, but this is one of your better (and more diverse) articles of late and was ripe for comment. Hope Olivia is adjusting to being away from the nest. Cheers.

Dawg for Life

August 19th, 2012
12:10 am

uf all time record is 640-373-40, with 3 claimed national titles.
UGA all time record is 747-400-54, with 6 claimed national titles
and the all time recor between the two is 48-40-2 in favor of UGA and thats after the recent domination, which is ending now. Not to mention UGA has the second most SEC titles behind Alabama….add another one after this year is over too! GO DAWGS!

faithfuldawg86

August 19th, 2012
12:27 am

sSI Gator: reading days are the 1-2 days students have between the end of regular classes and the start of exams… It’s all about the academics (you know, the reason they’re in college).

SSIgator

August 19th, 2012
12:33 am

faithfuldawg86 -

Whew! Thanks for clearing that up. Jan will rest easier now.

dbc

August 19th, 2012
1:00 am

SSI do you have a wife? Kids? Something? A gator fan talking to himself on a UGA blog? What a loser…Gators are about 300 miles south in case you got lost.

Fan

August 19th, 2012
1:26 am

@Bill,

I was a Redcoat as well and graduated in spr ‘09. What 11Dawg and Sousa said is true. I believe the change happened in the fall of 2010. It’s sad, because UGA does have the budget to send the band to more games, but we can’t because it would hurt the feelings of other schools.

Found this link ranking the SEC bands around 2009/10:
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/403577-top-5-marching-bands-of-the-sec/page/6

Decent read, except there’s no way Tennessee is 2nd on originality for their songs. Our Drum Majors kept tallies on the big dry erase boards at the games every time they played Rocky Top.

Dancing on high with the incomparable Ballina Sisters

August 19th, 2012
6:16 am

As usual, the dawgs are all pumped up for another run at the SEC and a national championship. The Kool-Aid is flowing in copious amounts as they make ready to mow down their cupcake opposition.
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Wait, haven’t we heard this before… as in every year?
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And before long the dreams will be just shattered illusions, victim to 3rd rate coaching, failed drug tests, DUIs, girlfriends beaten up, academic failures, and a dozen other reasons.
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So let me be the first to say so long, farewell, ciao, adios, sayonara, and adieu to the whimpering puppies, whose only hope is… are you ready for this…
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WAIT TILL NEXT YEAR!!!

Grantham's The Man!

August 19th, 2012
6:35 am

@ SsIgator, I know it’s not looking good down in Gainesville these days, that’s a real shame…..

Florida will turn it around again one day. It’s the Dawgs time now. No need to torture yourself, better to just accept the truth and get used to it.

Wishing out loud on a Dawgs blog won’t do you or the gators any good. Maybe next year?

Destin Dawg

August 19th, 2012
7:26 am

Crazy Will Muschamp is only in his 2nd year as H.C… and Texas did not do well when he was coordinator..,. WAIT TILL NEXT YEAR !!!

SSI

August 19th, 2012
7:45 am

I checked the Student Index in the 1960 Pandora and did not find a listing for Charles Cook…or any male Cook.

Speaking of the Redcoat Band…which, as they sing “The Best Band In The Land”…could some consideration be given to changing the playing (and singing) of the UGA song (which no one knows) to the Georgia State song (which EVERYONE knows). Georgia On My Mind is much more meaningful to a fired up football crowd than the “High School” tune they now play.

just a fan

August 19th, 2012
8:22 am

I have recently moved to Florida and have two sets of season tickets that I need to sell if interested please email me at fantasynfl3100@yahoo.com. One set of tickets is in section 321 and the other set is in section 117.

Joey

August 19th, 2012
8:29 am

If Jarvis Jones and John Jenkins aren’t worried about the O-line, then I’m not worried.

Well maybe a little . . .

Go Dawgs!

Cdpridg

August 19th, 2012
8:44 am

Harold..quit being a coward…UGA beats Tenn…over or under 30?

Big Enos Burdette

August 19th, 2012
8:45 am

Georgia On My Mind would be classic!

Pulpwud Smiff

August 19th, 2012
8:46 am

The 15 worst scandals in college sports:

http://www.wftv.com/gallery/sports/college/worst-scandals-college-sports-history/gq3b/#2097400

Just guess which school is on the list TWICE.

Remember, there’s a reason why UGA is known far and wide as The Cesspool of the South.

Just Sayin

August 19th, 2012
8:52 am

@dancing…..
Please read Dawg for Life’s posting at 12:10 am.

LogicalUS

August 19th, 2012
9:47 am

“In regards to the Redcoats not going to SC”

Might as well save them for a game which UGA has a prayer of winning. Not going to be much to cheer about at that game for UGA…they are averaging about 9 pts a game in Columbia.

Ole, that’s right I forgot UGAs no-running back, inexperienced OL, and no-name WR offense is going to score 45 this year in UGA.

Save the band for the UK trip it MIGHT have more reason for songs.

Jackson

August 19th, 2012
9:57 am

Any word on whether the Redcoats have been moved back to their rightful seats on the North side?

chazzo

August 19th, 2012
10:12 am

Not too concerned about the band. I mean their cool and traditional and all. It does seem that we would cart the lot of them to Mizzou, though. Welcome to the SEC, our band is louder than your whole stadium!

kingdaddy

August 19th, 2012
10:13 am

What brings the same trolls to the UGA sites again and again to spew their hatred toward UGA. Same trolls, same message, Doggies are losers. One of the most successful programs in the SEC, needs to just giveup because they will never accomplish anything, lol.
Where do they come from and why do they come here? What do they hope to accomplish with non-stop UGA-bashing? Is it jealousy? Spite because of numerous beatdowns by the Dawgs inflicted on their favorite team?
I for one, never go to another teams blogs for any reason. Just not interested, but they are always here wasting our time, defending against false accusations and half-truths. You answer them logically and they ignore your reply because they already know the truth. They just want to inflict verbal damage to our psyche and instill doubt in our program. They want us to hate CMR & CMB. They want us to doubt CTGs Defense as inept, lol…
Basically, it is nothing short of cyber-warfare and it works on the simple-minded but not on the informed. We have no qb controversy. Our D. is strong and our O-line is very capable.
Has there been a study on Blog-Trolls? I would love to read it…

alpha male

August 19th, 2012
10:19 am

Enter your comments here

CIA Dawg

August 19th, 2012
10:20 am

I have it on good authority that SSI Gator makes honey and hangs with bees. Aka St Simons, UGA Cesspool, and many more. He isn’t a hater; it is beyond that. Hahahahah

tide roll

August 19th, 2012
10:21 am

There is no way on God’s green earth that Andrews is 6′2″ 280 lbs. Richt ought to be ashamed for allowing UGA to list Andrews as such. More like 5′11″ 270 lbs. In fact, there was an article about Bobo and Will Friend teasing the kid about how short he is, and Andrew acknowledging that, in some cases, he’s outweighed by 80 lbs! .Richt’s made some bizarre decisions since he’s been at UGA, but starting this kid at center is one of the tops. Richt has your future All-SEC center (Michael Thornton) at 3rd Team Nose Tackle. This is why it’s been 32 years y’all.

kingdaddy

August 19th, 2012
10:27 am

Log
Thanks for the laugh this morning. Nice way to start a Sunday morning, with a joke about how much S.C. has accomplished in their storied history. What a tradition the Chickens have, lol. They are a legend in their on mind. Pathetic really pathetic…

alpha male

August 19th, 2012
10:28 am

Chazzo is in for a big surprise when the dawgs get to Columbia, Mizzou. The beginnnig of the end for CMR and the “dream season”. Missou wakes them up to reality.

CIA Dawg

August 19th, 2012
10:36 am

Rivals and Scout said he was 6 2″ & 275 two years ago! You are saying he shrunk 3 inches and 5 pounds in two years? Maybe we shoot for the middle, say 6″ & 290? This is what Scout said and it sounds like they were right,— Andrews is a true center prospect and he has what schools look for at that position. He is smart, he can make the calls, he is strong, and he gets off the ball well. He still needs to continue to add weight and get bigger, but he will develop into one of the top centers in the South. – Chad Simmons – 1/18/2010

Doofus

August 19th, 2012
10:41 am

Thursday night games are for pansy teams that run high school offenses that can’t get on TV any other way. Thursday night games are when you fry the bigger fish!

alpha male

August 19th, 2012
10:46 am

Penn State is big on tradition. So is Georgia. Tradition is a great crutch when the present doesn’t have a leg to stand on.

kingdaddy

August 19th, 2012
10:56 am

Speaking of jokes, Tide Roll makes an appearance to bless the Doggies with his racist spew. T.roll is the worst UGA hater on the blog wherever and whenever he’s around. He’s always so concerned for UGA, lmaoff. It’s fitting that he made an appearance right after my 10:13 post. He is just a waste of humanity and is nothing if not the face of hate. I pity the people closest to him because he is a social cancer that needs a cure. His complex hatred for UGA has turned into blatant racism. If he were part of a tree, you would prune him. If he was cattle, you would cull him. Like a bad apple, you must keep him from rotting the rest of the bunch. If he was on your ball team, you’d cut him. He is cancer, poision & corrosive rust.
I believe in Freedom of Speech, but the hate coming out of what Tide Rolls post is an abuse of the Freedom I fought for. I highly doubt he was ever a member of the United States Military. He is pitiful and pathetic…

Wallis the dog

August 19th, 2012
10:57 am

Regarding the comment about Thursday games– I think that’s the first thing Michael Adams has ever said that I agree with.

kingdaddy

August 19th, 2012
11:01 am

Alpha Male
And what kind of statement have you made without tradition? Zero. You have NOTHING…

kingdaddy

August 19th, 2012
11:12 am

Alpha
So is Alabama, USC, Notre Dame, UOS, Michigan and too many to list. What is your lame point and what loser school with no tradition do you support, lol???

realitycheck

August 19th, 2012
11:19 am

Dawg for Life………..When you said another NC after this year, you couldn’t have been talking about UGA………I’m sure you meant Bama again. It was just slightly unclear the way you worded it!

Ryan Reid

August 19th, 2012
11:19 am

To those who asked…

The RCB will be moving back to our seats in Section 112.

big city blog critic

August 19th, 2012
11:21 am

Tradition is a great crutch when the present doesn’t have a leg to stand on.

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that line is a keeper! good one Alpha!

kingdaddy

August 19th, 2012
11:22 am

Ryan
Is that what y’all want???