Fan talk: What can the Dawgs do with all those quarterbacks?

Hutson Mason should see more playing time than Georgia's other backups did in 2012. (University of Georgia)

Hutson Mason should see more playing time than Georgia's other backups did in 2012. (University of Georgia)

It’s time to catch up on some of the Junkyard Mail. …

Michael Ruffin writes: Hey Bill, How do you think [Aaron] Murray’s decision to stay at UGA affects the other quarterbacks on the team? I kind of figured [Hutson] Mason might be looking forward to being the starter for two years instead of one. And what about [Christian] LeMay and [Parker] Welch … and others coming in?

Murray returning was the best news Mark Richt could have gotten for the 2013 season. He’s a veteran leader on an explosive, prolific offense, and I think he showed in the Capital One Bowl that he’s turned the corner on stepping up in big games. Shrugging off the two early interceptions to have a record day passing was big for Murray’s future. Richt summed up the situation pretty well this week: “Hutson’s to the point where he certainly knows what to do. He’s ready for the next step, which is playing time. What that looks like I don’t know. But these other guys still have to learn and perfect and get to the point where they’re ready to go. Aaron is obviously the starting quarterback. He’s the guy right now; everybody knows that; there’s no question about that.” As for Mason, I’m sure he’s personally disappointed but deep down he’s got to know Murray as starter is best for the team. I expect we’ll see quite a bit more of Mason than we saw of the other backup QBs this season, though Richt has declined to commit to a David Greene-D.J. Shockley sort of rotation. As for the others, well, Welch is a former walk-on who is fine in mop-up duty. LeMay still hasn’t convinced me he’s ever going to compete for starter at quarterback. I think ultimately he might wind up switching positions, if he stays at UGA. Faton Bauta impressed a lot of folks with his work as scout team QB this year, and I think we might see him in the “Wild Dawg” in some red-zone situations. He’s another who could wind up being used in another position, possibly as a receiver. And I expect incoming freshman Brice Ramsey, who many have pegged as Georgia’s quarterback of the future, to redshirt this coming season while he learns the system.

David Hammock writes: Dear Bill, Once again at the Capital One Bowl game, the Georgia Bulldogs appeared to be undisciplined and out of control with numerous and uncessary personal fouls and once again the coaching staff and especially Coach Mark Richt seem totally unconcerned nor did they respond to such unacceptable actions. Once again the coaching staff lets such actions go unpunished or at least not addressed in a timely manner in stark contrast to the reactions of the Nebraska coaching staff. When, IF EVER, is Georgia coaching staff going to get the message and properly address such unacceptable behavior?

I’ll agree that Georgia’s seven penalties for 76 yards in the bowl is too many, but it wasn’t out of line with the way the 2012 season generally went, and at least a couple of those calls seemed bogus to me. For the season, the Dogs averaged 6.86 penalties per game, with the Ole Miss and Auburn games (in each of which they had only three) being the least-penalized and the Florida game, with a whopping 14 penalties for 132 yards, the most. In the two losses, they drew six (South Carolina) and seven (Alabama). Nationally, Georgia ranked 70th in penalties, which was better than LSU (86th) and Florida (112th), but far worse than Bama (seventh) and South Carolina (20th). Richt has acknowledged that he’s torn between wanting to reduce the number of flags drawn and not wanting to stifle his team’s aggressive style of play. “You don’t want to have a lot of penalties that can hurt you and can cause you to have to punt and let your opponent get in field goal range and make a field goal where they maybe wouldn’t have,” Richt said after the game with the Gators. But, he added, “I don’t want to lose intensity. You want intensity with discipline. I didn’t want to slow down anybody’s ability to keep their blood hot.” Overall, I think Georgia does draw too many penalties, but your characterization of the team as “undisciplined” is a bit strong. And let’s remember that quite a few of the flags drawn this season were false starts by a young offensive line.

Jordan Jenkins looks to be a star in the making on defense. (Associated Press)

Jordan Jenkins looks to be a star in the making on defense. (Associated Press)

Jason Rhodes writes: Hi Bill, “The sky is falling” tends to be the general take on the prospects for the Georgia D next year, but somehow I have a feeling we’ll be in for a pleasant surprise. It seems that Todd Granthams’s become something of a magnet for defensive talent out of high school, and I’m guessing that there will be some pretty incredible athletes on the defensive side of the ball for Georgia next year. Sure, they’ll be inexperienced, but if the offense lives up to its billing and puts up somewhere around 40 points a game, that should provide something of a cushion for the learning curve. How many “this guy will probably wind up in the NFL” type athletes should we expect to see on D next season? I’m hoping/expecting that your answer will be “quite a few.” Thanks for a great Blawg.

Georgia will be much more inexperienced on defense, having lost a dozen veteran players, but you’re right that the offense is likely to pick up the slack. Still, as Richt noted, “We’re not losing everybody. There are still some very good defensive players that will be sticking around and a lot of young ones that are waiting in the wings and have been working hard preparing for their moment.” And there do indeed appear to be quite a few defensive players who have great potential, most notably linebacker Jordan Jenkins, who many expect to pick up where Jarvis Jones left off as a pass rusher. In his freshman season, Jenkins finished the season with eight tackles for loss, five sacks and 22 QB hurries. The loss of Kwame Geathers at nose guard will hurt, but there’s some up and coming talent at that position, including Mike Thornton, Jonathan Taylor and Chris Mayes. Garrison Smith brings back a lot of experience at defensive end and it looks like Ray Drew is finally coming into his own at that position. Amarlo Herrera has a lot of experience at linebacker. And while the secondary will be inexperienced, with the exception of Damian Swann, Sheldon Dawson, Corey Moore and Josh Harvey-Clemons look very promising. “I think we’re going to be very athletic. I think we’re going to be a fast defense,” Richt said. “I think we’re going to have guys with the skill sets to go get it done, and then it’s just going to be a matter of how quickly can they begin to play championship-style defense. That’s going to be the big push.”

Jim P. writes: Bill, I saw the Lizards were publicly humiliated at the Sugar Bowl for lack of interest/attendance. Reminded me of an e-mail I sent to you (that you put in your blog) before the season started, about how embarrasing it was that UF resorted to advertising at AJC online to try to fill unsold season tickets. So it doesn’t surprise me their fickle fan base didn’t show up for a BCS bowl this year. Also, what will the visor coach at South Carolina complain about this year, now that UGA’s schedule gets incredibly tougher? And haven’t checked, but did the SEC schedule cycle get a little lighter for SC this year? If so, will the visor coach complain then? Not when he’s got the light schedule, and I guarantee Mark Richt won’t make a public spectacle when SC has it a little easier. And speaking of schedules, have you seen the cakewalk the Bamards should have next year? What a gift for the presumed preseason #1. That would have been a nice schedule for UGA when they were the preseason #1 in 2008. But like I said schedules are cyclical.

Yeah, the scheduling cycle has definitely turned for next season, with the Gamecocks facing Arkansas and Mississippi State out of the SEC West while Georgia picks up LSU in addition to permanent rival Auburn. It will be interesting to see what Steve Spurrier has to say about that considering all the whining he did this past season.

Alabama appears to have gotten its money's worth out of Nick Saban's program. (Associated Press)

Alabama appears to have gotten its money's worth out of Nick Saban's program. (Associated Press)

Rick Martin writes: With the recent news about UGA making the highest profit of all SEC schools don’t you think we should be getting more for our money? It would seem that with that much money that UGA should have an indoor practice field, a better basketball program, and perhaps a football national championship or two. Maybe some of that money should be spent on football analysts like Nick Saban has.

You’re referring to the recent report on the most profitable football programs in 2011-12, which saw Texas on top with a profit of $77.9 million, Michigan in second place with a profit of $61.6 million and UGA third, with a profit of $52.3 million, just ahead of Florida ($51.1 million), Alabama ($45.1 million), LSU ($44.8 million), Auburn ($43.8 million), Notre Dame ($43.2 million), Arkansas ($39.9 million) and Nebraska ($36.4 million). And you raise an interesting point. Alabama, for instance, had more gross revenue than Georgia ($82 million compared with $75 million) but made less of a profit because it spent more money on its program ($36.9 million compared with UGA’s $22.7 million). In fact, Alabama had the highest expenses of any program, and with another BCS trophy in Tuscaloosa it’s pretty clear they’ve gotten their money’s worth. I’m glad that UGA’s athletic leaders are obviously good money managers, but a good case could be made for reinvesting some more of that profit in the program, and, as you note, Saban’s use of “analysts” to supplement his NCAA-restricted coaching staff at Alabama is just one example of where some of that profit could be well spent.

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OkieDawg

January 12th, 2013
11:39 am

Personal foul penalties should go down now that Shawn Williams is gone. But even with that said, he always provided the spark when the defense needed it. Richt never seemed to get upset over Shawn’s behavior and maybe that was because it elevated the intensity of the entire team.

And I may be wrong about Shawn having alot of penalties, but he sure could trash talk and show up a receiver if he won the play.

Spivedog

January 12th, 2013
11:45 am

Mason will not be transferring, fwiw.

Jim

January 12th, 2013
11:49 am

Well I guess one could say they keep the bench warm. Murray is starting to come into his own and it only took him 4 years. He can make all the throws, to our team and the defense. Now next year he comes back and once again we are left with another top QB to step in with only one year to play and almost no game experiance. I would say one of the weakness’ UGA has is management of the QBs.

monty

January 12th, 2013
12:18 pm

I guess you can’t be disiplined and be aggressive, if I understand Richt right. Didn’t know BAMA wasn’t aggressive on D. SInce they were penalized way fewer times. But didn’t they have the best defense in the world? LOL!

David Granger

January 12th, 2013
12:22 pm

One thing we NEED to do…and have needed to do many seasons before, as well…is to play up to our talent level and have the game solidly in hand by about halfway through the third quarter. It would be real good for our team if we could send our second-string QB in and let him run the offense all through the fourth quarter…without having to look over his shoulder and wonder if he’s going to be taken out if he makes a mistake. We needed to do that with D.J. Shockley…but we couldn’t, because we’d play DOWN to the level of our opponents and would have to play David Greene the whole game. We needed to do that with Joe Cox, but had to play Matthew Stafford all the time. And we need to let both Mason and LeMay have some serious playing time after the game is solidly in hand…but so far it looks like we continue to play down to the level of our less-talented opponents.

Phantom

January 12th, 2013
12:22 pm

Micah is still the Chief

squat

January 12th, 2013
12:35 pm

we need a kicker bad…..2 many missed Field goals….

Drake

January 12th, 2013
1:21 pm

On The QB’s
1. Murray had another so-so year, I think he finished up playing well against Vandy & so-so against Nebraska, while playing pretty poorly agianst the big 3 Alabama, South Carolina and Florida. Not sure why he’s stull starting considering his lackluster performances in big games. Certainly beating a team like Nebraska that had 70 points score don them in their last game, wasn’t impressive.
2. Lemay continues to look great when we see him, like at G-Day, where he outperformed Murray for the 2nd straight year. Goinng by what I’ve seen, Lemay is better than Murray. But I expect him to either transfer or move to another position, because Richt’s convinced Lemay always beating Murray on G-Day is luck.
3. Mason is obviously better than Murray. The numbers don’t lie. Mason has a better pass effcieincy every game he and Murray have gone head to head. But for some reason, Richt continues to start Murray. Mason was even the Spring practice MVP, best practice on the team in 11′, and still didn’t win the starting job, so he’s beating Murray in practice also.

Richt’s fallen to the “QB continuity Myth”, give it to the guy with the most experience. Why he went with Joe Terishinski Jr over Matthew Stafford, and Joe Cox over LSU phenom Mettenberger (see his game against Bama–man, what a QB). Mason is better, but Richt is trusting experience will pay off, and it hasn’t.

Pitbull

January 12th, 2013
1:26 pm

2013 Murray starts Hudson backs up

2014 Hudson starts Backup job won in Spring Training

2015 Starting Job won in Spring Training Same with backup

Nimrod Dawg

January 12th, 2013
1:30 pm

Mark Richt has no problems with penalties. That’s why you see the Dawgs winning championships year after year. If it ain’t broke, don’t go a-fixin.

Drake

January 12th, 2013
1:30 pm

2012 G-Day:
Mason went 9 for 12
Lemay went 7 for 10
Murray went……..9 for 17….

nuff said.

Pitbull

January 12th, 2013
1:30 pm

PS Sounds like David Hammock is a closet Tech fan trying to disparage UGA. We won the bowl game over a tough Nebraska team by 2 touchdowns so David why don’t you go blow it out your ear.

Find another team to pull for, like your Tech yellow things.

Drake

January 12th, 2013
1:35 pm

Pitbull sounds like a South Carolina fan trying to keep Murray as the starter.

Find another team to root for.

Drake

January 12th, 2013
1:45 pm

You can even go back to 2010 GDay.

Mettenber went 6 for 10 for 150 yards and 2 td’s.
Gray went 7 for 13 for 105 yards and 1 td
Murray went 45% for 0 td’s and an interception and didn’t break 100 yards.

There were signs for those who had the eyes to see.

Drake

January 12th, 2013
1:47 pm

If Tom Brady was 20 years old, a QB at UGA, and beat Murray head to head every time, Murray would start.

Why would Richt start Murray over Tom Brady?
Murray has more experience.

Austin Dawg

January 12th, 2013
1:51 pm

@ monty – Well said. CMR did a great job this year, but his attitude towards penalties is concerning. Alabama is a prime example of a team playing intense, effective football while keeping its emotions in check. Not eliminating them, but preventing them from adversely affecting play. It is not coincidence they have one of the best defenses in the country every year with the fewest amount of penalties.

Fridawg

January 12th, 2013
1:56 pm

Drake: Who cares about G-Day?? LeMay was outperformed and surpassed on the depth chart by Parker Welch in the little playing time he got this year. Mason is solid, but experience DOES matter. Murray has earned his starting role with his performance ON the field. He is also a proven leader of the team.

Why would you want to bench the guy that is about to shatter all the SEC passing records?

crdawg

January 12th, 2013
2:02 pm

Drake. You are a lunatic! Parker Welch has attempted 8 passes in his career. Christian Lemay has attempted 2 passes in his career. Hutson Mason has attempted 47 passes in his career with a 57% completion percentage. Murray has attempted 1,131 passes and completed 696 at a 62% completion percentage. Murray will rewrite the SEC record books after next season. I’m pretty sure your post was a joke but if not, please review the above stats and tell me if you really believe what you posted.

The Truth

January 12th, 2013
2:05 pm

So much for objectivity, huh Bill? Call a spade a spade. Murray hasn’t shown much improvement since his first year as a starter. If you take away all of the games against sub-par competiton, his numbers are far from impressive. He sill makes far too many mistakes, particularly in pressure situations against top competition.

Calling the defense undisciplined is a fair descriptor. The talent the Dawgs started last year should have resulted in far better numbers against the run and pass, as well as in penalty yardage given up. Grantham has been the beneficiary of a soft schedule as well. Aside from the defensive performances against Florida, what has his play calling yielded against top competition to annoint him as a top-notch coordinator (ditto for Bobo)?

Let’s start looking at the body of work for this coaching staff since 2005, and evaluate what they’ve done without creatively carving out the record against ranked opponents, embarrassing no-show performances, and choke jobs in key games and critical moments on and off the field. Then and only then will we be able to have an objective discussion about the state of the program. Until then, these articles and the majority of comments clearly have the tone of writers who are blind loyalists who ignore the facts and numbers that back those facts.

Fleming Island Dawg

January 12th, 2013
2:07 pm

If I look on ESPN for passing statistical leaders I see Murray $2. I don’t see Mettenberger listed. From what I remember he didn’t when the job because he molested a young lady in a bar not because he was better.

The Truth

January 12th, 2013
2:19 pm

Fleming – filter out unranked opponents and assess Murray’s numbers. Next season will go a long way to shedding light on just what type of QB Murray really is, since he will finally have to play a stronger schedule. If he continues to crap the bed against ranked opponents and make bad decisions with the football, it could be a long year in Athens. I would have rather seen Murray holding a clip board and getting cut in the NFL pre-season and Mason getting a crack at the starting job for 2013.

Bama Fan#2

January 12th, 2013
3:10 pm

Murray is the best QB in the SEC East by far and only Johnny
Football and AJ #10 and with the hottest GF are better than
Murray!! RTR

CHDawg

January 12th, 2013
3:56 pm

I’m sure Mason realizes the extra year will help him on a number of levels. Another year older, bigger, stronger, but most importantly, another year for our young linemen to mature. I think we get stronger there next year and again in ‘14, depending on signees. A good line can make all the difference in the world. If Murray had Alabama’s line for the last couple of years, he would likely have been a first rounder imo. I wouldn’t give up on Lemay; he’s got potential. The D will be green, but very hungry. I think they will be a lot like our O line this year–a lot of improvement as the year progresses. Let’s hope they play well enough to win out in September.

BearDawg

January 12th, 2013
4:08 pm

Drake, I read these blogs a lot and rarely if ever post, but your QB analysis is unquestionably the worst and most nonsensical I have ever read. Please look at crdawg’s post for the stats. We’re you joking or something? You couldn’t have been serious.

SouthGa Dawg

January 12th, 2013
4:28 pm

When you consider the number of Alabama’s penalties compared to UGA, you must consider the built in bias for ‘Bama. Just because they didn’t get called, doesn’t mean they didn’t commit them. Look at the holding (takle to the ground) instances againt JJ in the SEC CG, and pass interferences not called. It helps when the SEC officials are based out of Birmingham!

sflanagan21

January 12th, 2013
4:36 pm

Smoke another bowl Drake! If you are a real Dawgs fan and you know anything about football and the QB position then you are very happy to have AM as your QB for another season! HM is going to be a solid QB and his playing time that he gets in 13′ will prep him for the starting job in 14′ and trust me he knows that is the best thing for him. LeMay is a great athlete but he is struggling with grasping the play book and will either transfer or possibly move to receiver. And for the record Mettenberger can’t and will never be able to hold AM’s jock strap! To compare Mett to AM is a joke!!!

GO DAWGS!

Kowski

January 12th, 2013
4:41 pm

The posts by Drake were the most accurate I’ve ever read on a UGA blog, so insightful, so anayltical, he must be an ESPN statistician, or ex-head coach, just great stuff.

Huff

January 12th, 2013
4:45 pm

Going by what all Georgia fans have seen, you’d have to rank the Georgia Qb’s off what we’ve SEEN, not heard.

By what we’ve SEEN, espcially the Spring games, it’s clearly:
No 1 Hutson Mason
No 2 Christian Lemay
No 3 Aaron Murray/Parker Welch tied

I know all these bloggers say Hutson and the other Georgia QB don’t practice well, obviously, as Drake so brilliantly pointed out, Hutson Mason winning the Most Valuable Player over Spring practices this year disproves that theory and leads all to see that it’s likely true for Lemay as well.

Why does Mark Richt start Murray when Mason practices and performs better in games? That’s a deep question.

Huff

January 12th, 2013
4:48 pm

Wisconsin laid a touchdown on Nebraska and scored on its’ first 7 drives. It proved how terrible Nebraska’s defense was to give up 70 POINTS, Unreal, yet Murray could only score 42 and the Wisconsin QB put up 70 points?

Gillie

January 12th, 2013
4:53 pm

Thought Mettenberger continued to perform well when the lights were brightest against Alabama, kid put up big numbers against Bama’s top defense, they couldn’t defend him, completed almost every pass, LSU had the lead with a minute to go. Murray, folded when we needed him most down the stretch against Alabama, for those of ytou that have followed Murray’s career, none of that really surprised you, Murray’s not a good big game Qb, but boy, he plays out of this world against the teams like Florida Atlantic and New Mexico State..

dienlafin

January 12th, 2013
5:14 pm

Soft schedule for the visor, and this year he goes 16-5 against the dawgs.
By the way, he has wins the last three years in a row wth a “hard” schedule,
just imagine how he’ll do this year with a “soft” schedule.

Former Georgian

January 12th, 2013
5:15 pm

The offense did well enough to win against Bama and Georgia would surely have won that one if they’d had an Erk Russell defense. The inability of the so-called great GA defense to stop or even slow down Bama’s running game was the deciding factor in that game.

Dawg Patrol

January 12th, 2013
5:44 pm

Hutson Mason shared the MVP of spring practice with Aaron Murray. Look it up. I did.

Dawg Patrol

January 12th, 2013
5:58 pm

By Jason Garrison on Apr 13, 5:18p +
According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Chip Towers, the annual awards for the Georgia Bulldogs’ spring practice have been handed out. According to Towers, the offensive MVPs were quarterbacks Aaron Murray and Hutson Mason. The offensive True Grit Award went to tight end Arthur Lynch. The MVPs on defense were outside linebacker Jarvis Jones and nose guard John Jenkins.

Here’s part of the article –Cheers.

Chiefdawg

January 12th, 2013
6:00 pm

Would somebody please tell me why a coach would not play his best players?

sflanagan21

January 12th, 2013
6:30 pm

I firmly believe our D will be way better than what people are expecting. We have a lot of great fast athletes that are hungry to prove they can step up to the plate! Yes we are losing some great players but how well did they play as a unit in every game? I’m not sure why but in some games they were playing at 80% at best…

We won’t have that problem this year with a bunch of young hungry studs. It may take 2 to 3 games to get everybody on the same page but our O will be able to put up enough points to keep us in the game against Clemson and SC. By the time we get to LSU our D will be primed! Not even worried about our D at all, we will surprise a lot of people in 13′, believe that Dawg Nation!

GO DAWGS!

Resident Georgia Fan

January 12th, 2013
7:54 pm

@ Dave “Asleep In His” Hammock: Once again we had a great win and in the minds of most are in fact No. 2 in the final polls … got to cleanse the polls of the PC crap for ND and Oregon.

chazzo

January 12th, 2013
8:54 pm

Drake,

Murray went 19-34-1 for 281 yards against the number one team in the country. I would hardly call that a weak game.

Moist Dawg

January 12th, 2013
9:27 pm

You people that don’t like AMurraygency make me sick. Murray will be a dominent force next year and should start the season as a top 3 hiseman contender. I hope in his hiseman acceptance speech that he tells you Murray haters and nick satan to both stick it, then spikes the trophy and walks out because it is beneath him.

NCDawg

January 12th, 2013
10:27 pm

Lemay will probably transfer. He is a gifted athlete but from all indications he just isn’t absorbing the playbook. Faton Bauta is a wild card. He is BIG and everyone compared him to Tebow. I just hope he can throw the ball better. I hope mason get more snaps so he can get game experience. I guess that depends on how the D gels.

CHDawg

January 12th, 2013
10:31 pm

Huff, that same Nebraska team beat Wisconsin earlier in the year.

LADawg

January 12th, 2013
11:57 pm

The front heavy schedule and the number of suspensions in those games will determine the success or failure of the Dawgs next year. Needless suspensions during the first two to four games is the Georgia way. My concern about Richt is not that he lets his team’s “blood run hot” during games, it’s that he does nothing to cool them off during spring break and the summer.

Mr. peabody

January 12th, 2013
11:59 pm

“In the G game”> “One time at band camp…” haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa what a doofus!

Dawg Patrol

January 13th, 2013
5:30 am

It will be in the team’s best interest to play Mason as much as possible to get him ready for the 2014 season. Gurley will go to the NFL as will a few others leaving Mason and crew with a tough year ahead. Playing Mason more will probably keep Murray from breaking a few anticipated records, but that’s not what he’s there for. He needs to do all he can to help make sure Mason’s ready for the 2014 season.

Destin Dawg

January 13th, 2013
8:05 am

Le May should play WR. or D Back… thats his only chance at NFL

Destin Dawg

January 13th, 2013
8:07 am

Faton Bauta is a stud and could also play TE. or Wild dawg.. once in a while.. should be given a chance to play…

tide roll

January 13th, 2013
9:06 am

Lemay should switch positions. Lemay will transfer. TYPICAL UGA fans. Watch the damn G-day game. Listen to Richt’s comments. Richt was on the sideline when Lemay rifled the ball to some wideout, and Richt said you could hear it whistle. Why the hell would Lemay’s brother commit to Georgia, if Lemay was going to transfer? Why would you move Chrisyian to wide out? That’s the position his brother plays!! You people are certifiable. No wonder it’s been 33 years! Damn.

tide roll

January 13th, 2013
9:17 am

You know, come to think of it. maybe LeMay should transfer. He’s damn sure not going to get a fair shake from “Country Mike” Booboo. These parents, like LeMay’s father, who is a minister, need to quit falling for Richt’s”Christianity Pitch”, and look behind that crap and at facts, like who their kid’s positon coach is going to be. In fact, the NCAA should ban Richt from using his faith as a recruiting tool. It clouds the parent’s objectivity, and they end up influencing a decision based on emotion. In the end, their kid suffers. Like LeMay

Destin Dawg

January 13th, 2013
9:53 am

Le May can’t handle the play book…. It’s NOT a Christianaity ” PITCH ” for CMR… he’s a good man… Le may IS a good athlete.. and should play another position…