Fan talk: What’s needed for the Dawgs to finally win another national title?

bcs logo for 2014Let’s jump straight into some of this week’s Junkyard Mail. …

David Rosenberg writes: I’m 43 and a 3rd generation Bulldog. I take pride in the fact that Georgia plays in what many consider to be one of the toughest conferences in football. However, I take no joy in bitter rivals like Auburn or Florida winning national titles; or even having the opportunity to play for one. Do I have respect for their accomplishments? Sure. Do I relish the idea that the “SEC” has a team in the game?  If it is not Georgia? No! Georgia last played for a national title 30-plus years ago. The loss to Alabama in the SEC title game in 2012 crippled their best shot at a title. The 2013 Dawgs beat South Carolina, LSU, Tennessee, Florida, and Tech! Now, if someone would have told me those wins would be on our schedule before the season started, you would have thought Georgia would be headed to Pasadena. But again, it is not to be. The season is not over and Richt and Grantham look like they will be teamed up for another season. So, here’s my short take on what Richt must do for this program. 1.) Fix special teams. I don’t care how you do it; hire a coach, spend hours on it, learn coffin corner, get someone to put kickoffs out of the end zone … whatever. Just fix it! 2.) IMPROVE THIS DEFENSE DRAMATICALLY! Better technique. Better understanding. Better discipline. 3.) The offense has to be consistent. 4.) Better organization on the sidelines by the coaching staff. I cannot stand the idea that the SEC may win an 8th straight National Title and of those wins, Georgia not only will have ZERO, but they won’t even have appeared in the game. I don’t want to say next season is TITLE or BUST, but with the new playoff format and all the talent Georgia has returning, there should be no reason they aren’t in the hunt. If Richt hooks his wagon to Grantham another year after the dismal performance of this defense, then their fates should be linked next year.

David, I’m with you in not wanting Auburn to win another national title. That’s a recruiting advantage we don’t need them to have. And aside from the offense (which I think has been pretty consistent and impressive, considering the number of skill players lost to injury this season), I agree with much of what you wrote, though I part with you at the very end. While I do think the 2014 season should and will decide Todd Grantham’s future at UGA, I believe it’s an overreaction to lump Mark Richt in with him. I liked what our Mark Bradley had to say this week on the subject of schools dumping coaches who’ve been successful over the long haul for an unknown possible upgrade. If the defense underperforms again, I believe there’ll be change at defensive coordinator. But not at head coach. I think the next letter writer sums it up pretty nicely …

Bill Russell writes: Hello Bill, I have been enjoying your column for years, and I always appreciate seeing the different perspectives regarding our beloved Bulldogs. I was on the 5 year Herschel plan (1978-83), and got to experience the highs and lows of those years. I remember when people were calling for Dooley’s head after we were absolutely crushed by Virginia at homecoming in ’79. I also remember the next three years, and nobody was predicting that we would ever win a national championship under Dooley’s guidance. Like most, I have agonized over the play of the defense, but I also think that there are some factors people are not talking about much; like how explosive offenses were this year in the SEC, and how we managed to play almost all of the really good ones. (Not to mention two nonleague opponents who are going bowling.) We did this with the greenest defense in memory, and a bevy of injuries on offense that would have sunk most programs (see Florida). I read that the D never got better, but compare how it performed against Auburn with the subsequent games Auburn played against Alabama and Missouri and the D looks like it did improve, but it also played dominant offenses at the end of the year. Could the coaching have been better? I’m sure that every coach on the staff would affirm that it can, and I hope that we will see an improvement next year. The decision about who will be coaching under Richt is Richt’s alone. He has put a product on the field that we can all be proud of, and I like that he actually graduates his players. I agree with you, one play from the national championship is a pretty good season, and there is no reason to believe that we will not ultimately be in the mix. And remember, it’s a game. It’s an awesome, gut-wrenching, sometimes fall-on-the-floor-in-despair, or fly-in-the-air-in-elation game, but still a game. I hope that everyone will remember those who are suffering actual life altering situations, and also our soldiers and veterans as we contemplate another holiday season. Have a very merry Christmas Bill, and let’s hope that the Dawgs have an outstanding bowl performance and a 2014 season full of proud memories!

Great job of putting it all into the proper perspective, Bill!

Mike Bobo's at his best when Georgia's offense goes uptempo. (Associated Press)

Mike Bobo's at his best when Georgia's offense goes uptempo. (Associated Press)

Harry Vincent writes: Bill, I bet all the nattering nabobs of negativity with their incessant Fire-Bobo mantra practically swallowed their chaw over him winning the national offensive coordinator of the year award from 247Sports.com this week. I think Mike’s one of the most dynamic offensive coaches in the country and has been underrated for far too long. How about you?

I agree Bobo has shouldered far too much of the blame for the Dogs’ offensive shortcomings in past seasons and hasn’t gotten enough credit for having one of the nation’s most productive offenses over the past couple of years. Basically, ever since Bobo decided to go uptempo and spread it out a bit more a couple of years ago, Georgia’s offense has been one of the most dangerous around. Of course, a lot of that is down to having a player like Aaron Murray at quarterback. And the arrival of Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall was the final piece in the puzzle. We saw, unfortunately, during the up-and-down season with Isaiah Crowell how crucial it is to Bobo’s offense to have a good tailback. As for this year’s award for Bobo, I think a definite factor may have been the recognition of what a terrific job he did despite losing so many marquee players for all or much of the season. The only subpar game I thought Bobo had as a playcaller this season was Vandy, and that was directly attributable to the rash of key injuries. The 2013 offense so far has averaged 38.2 points per game and gained an average of 489.8 yards while playing one of the nation’s toughest schedules. Considering the salary disparity between Bobo and the overpaid defensive coordinator at UGA, I think another big raise for Mike is in order this offseason.

John in Norcross writes: Since we have a bye week in week 2, and Clemson has an easily movable FCS game, do you think there’s any chance our game gets played on Labor Day? I know the Labor Day games are usually hosted by ACC schools, but I feel like ESPN could pull the strings to make it happen if they really wanted to.

It doesn’t look like that’s even being considered, John. I ran your scenario by UGA sports information chief Claude Felton, who noted flatly, “The Clemson game is locked in for the Saturday.”

OconeeDawg writes: Bill, I’m trying to decide whether I think the move of Tramel Terry over to defense is a good idea or not. On the one hand, I know there’s a definite need for his kind of talent in our secondary, but I also remember last year when they moved another receiver, Malcolm Mitchell, back there and it basically was a wash. A great receiver became a so-so cornerback. Why should it be any different this time?

Basically, I think it’s a good move. Terry would be pretty far down on the depth chart at receiver next season, and as you noted, an infusion of talent is badly needed in the secondary. Although he played some defense in high school and was recruited as an “athlete” rather than for a specific spot (though receiver or running back seemed the most likely), I’m sure he faces enough of a learning curve in Grantham’s overly complicated defense that it’ll be a while before he’s ready to start on defense. However, I think one of the key reasons for the move is the lack of takeaways this season by Georgia’s pass defense. As Grantham noted this week, Terry can “catch the ball” and “that creates turnovers … a guy like that can really make some plays for you.”

Ramik Wilson hasn't decided yet about returning for his senior season. (Associated Press)

Ramik Wilson hasn't decided yet about returning for his senior season. (Associated Press)

Jim P. writes: Bill, The Dawgs do have some talented players on defense. It isn’t all doom and gloom. One shining star this season was leading tackler Ramik Wilson. I know it is pure speculation, but do you believe, as a junior, he will leave early for NFL draft? Do you know of any other early draft eligibles (offense or defense) that will realistically consider at this time? Selfishly, I hope not.

Wilson said this week that he hasn’t asked for a projection from the NFL draft underclassmen advisory committee but he hasn’t yet made up his mind about returning for his senior year. He said he plans on leaning heavily on the advice of his position coach, Kirk Olivadotti, who has a lot of NFL experience. I think Wilson leaving is a long shot, and Richt has indicated that he thinks it’s unlikely that the Dogs will lose any underclassmen to the NFL this season. “I’m not hearing a lot of buzz about it right now,”  the head coach said. “I think guys feel like they’ve got more to prove. I’m hearing a good vibe about what the guys feel about the future of next season. …I get a sense that guys really want to have an exceptional year next year, especially on the defensive side of the ball.” If Georgia does escape losing anyone early, it’ll certainly make for a nice change from recent years!

Robert Kushner writes: Bill, why has Quayvon Hicks’ playing time gone down so much? I thought the way be blocked and was used by Bobo was a huge weapon! What’s up?

You’re right that Hicks showed signs early in the season of really being an offensive weapon, but then his productivity and playing time declined. From what I understand, the fullback starting spot has continued to be “an ongoing competition,” as Richt put it, between Hicks and Merritt Hall basically because Hall is more consistent with his blocking, and that’s a major consideration in Georgia’s offense. Both have continued to play, however, and that’s not a bad thing. As Richt has noted, it’s a very physical position and “it’s good to have more than one.” During the season, Hicks mentioned another factor: conditioning. He noted that in the first couple of games, when he was getting most of the reps, he tended to get winded. The better shape he’s in, the more he’ll play. I still think Hicks is going to help win some games down the road.

Michael writes: Love the Junkyard Blawg! Question I have is for the road uniforms, why don’t the Dawgs go 1980-retro (Tennessee game) and wear red pants? I think it looks a heckuva lot better than the silver britches do with the white tops. Plus, we could channel our inner Herschel!

I actually think the white tops and silver britches look pretty good, but I wouldn’t mind seeing the red pants return for road games and I’ve heard quite a few other fans say the same. (I would not like red britches with red tops, however, and I think a lot of other fans feel that way, too.) I’d never want Georgia to hop on the uniform-of-the-week bandwagon like other schools, even if that approach is popular with today’s college players, but I believe red britches on the road occasionally and black jerseys for the final home game each year would make for a happy medium.

A couple of other notes …

UGA freshman Pierce Wallace, aka the Georgia Joker, is being honored. (ESPN)

UGA freshman Pierce Wallace, aka the Georgia Joker, is being honored. (ESPN)

Freshman Pierce Wallace, a member of the painted-up UGA Spike Squad who’s come to be known as the Georgia Joker for his garish face makeup and green fright wig, will be inducted into the ESPN Fan Hall of Fame, the sports channel announced. Wallace, a mainstay in Section 109 of Sanford Stadium, and a couple of other sports fans will have their names engraved above three vintage stadium chairs that sit on the lawn at ESPN headquarters in Bristol, Conn. Each of the three received more than 85,000 votes during 10 days of online voting, ESPN said. Congratulations, Pierce!

Also, if you’re looking for a last-minute gift for a member of the Bulldog Nation, the UGA Athletic Association is offering “official gift cards” that can be used toward ticket and concessions purchases at participating home events. Fans can use their gift card when ordering season, mini-plan and single game tickets online, over the phone and in-person at the ticket windows to regular season home events in baseball, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, football and gymnastics and for concession purchases in baseball, men’s basketball, women’s basketball and gymnastics. Gift cards can be purchased in the amounts of $20, $40, $60, $80 or $100 online or by calling 706-542-9003.

Hope everyone has a merry Christmas!

Go Dogs!

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353 comments Add your comment

Macclenny_dawg

December 24th, 2013
11:49 am

WDE,
We was out coached for 3 quarters and 1 play in the 4th the one where nobody thought of a hail mary and these coaches didn’t tell them to knock ball down and most importantly nobody gets passed you. One play from being in title game last year is as close as we will get with these coaches. I admire Richt for the person he is but he just doesn’t have enough passion to win the title he cares about other things more. That is great for him but for our football coach I would rather have someone who eats, sleeps, and breathes football.

dawgfan

December 24th, 2013
1:12 pm

I’m tired of hearing about that one play against Bama. The fact of the matter is that after 13 years of Richt it all shouldn’t come down to one play. Auburn has had two undefeated seasons and played in the BCS title game twice. Les Miles has played in it twice. Urban Meyer played in it twice Saban has played in it more times than anyone can count. When you’re playing at a high level consistently year after year it doesn’t all come down to one play. Richt has lost 2 or more games in 12 of his 13 years a coach.

In order to “get lucky” and win a title you have to put yourself in a position to benefit from such luck. No one who is being honest with themselves can say Richt has done that.

cbeyer

December 24th, 2013
1:14 pm

The jury HAS rendered a verdict on Grantham…..and he is guilty of being an ineffective DC….PERIOD. I have a high degree of respect for Richt, think he is a tremendous recruiter but he hangs on to assistants long after it is evident that they can’t get the job done. Willie Martinez was a complete failure as DC….as with Grantham, the offense had to score 40+ points a game to be assured of winning because of defensive lapses. All that in spite of the fact that UGA gets great atheletes. Richt needs to wake up and smell the roses….TG is not what is needed as a DC….. And I make these comments as the anthesis of one of these people who thinks after one off season a coach should be fired. I think, for instance, that those who say Richt should be fired with his record (W/L) are totally out to lunch.

Bulldawg35

December 24th, 2013
1:21 pm

I’m hoping that Grantham will find a job in the NFL but it won’t happen.,,their is no position job in the NFL that is going to offer him 825,000 dollars….well another terrible year on the defensive side of the ball is coming….JHC will probably get kicked off the team……ramick Wilson will probably leave early for the NFL!

dawgfan

December 24th, 2013
1:29 pm

Who said anything about an off season? I thought this year was pretty par for the course. The injuries probably cost us the Vandy game, but overall the quality of play was about the same as its been for the past 5 years or so with poor incompetent defense and lack of physicality on offense. The schedule was a little tougher so the win total wasn’t a high as it was in 2011 and 2012. That’s the biggest difference I saw.

Only someone who hasn’t been paying attention to Georgia football for about the past 8 seasons would call this an off year.

Bulldawg35

December 24th, 2013
1:34 pm

I just Richt would just step down so we can move on to bigger things! I’m tired of the same ole junk every year!

sprouse27

December 24th, 2013
2:11 pm

I think CMR is a good coach, but not a great coach. I think he’s squandered a lot of talent over the years and I absolutely believe that the talent and resources have been there over the years, but not the quality of coaching. The best UGA team I’ve seen in the last 10 years was not the ‘one play short’ team of 2012, it was the last half season team of 2007 when UGA crushed Hawaii in the Sugar Bowl. You had Stafford, Moreno, and AJ Greene all out there. They were hot and they could have beat anybody. But they were awful first half of the season. Lost to SC and got demolished in Knoxville. So they never got to play for the SEC or the BCS title. The talent was there all along, but the coaching….no. It was like the team had to gell on it’s own. Love the Dawgs, but the quality of the coaching is just not at BCS level and never has been. Richt raised the expectations of the program, but what you see is what you get with him now. 8-10 wins, a mid level bowl game, and call it a day. You’re just not going to get that much more from him. And to many UGA fans, that’s enough. We’ll spout about National Title asperations, but in reality we are usually not the best team in the SEC East and certainly not in the SEC West. So who are we fooling?

Dog4Life

December 24th, 2013
2:44 pm

Okay who is minding the store? JHC and Dawson in trouble–more than likely smoking weed. Okay, either throw everyone off the team or lighten up on the rules a tad. These guys smoke weed, it is in their culture (youth culture). As we drink beer, they tend to smoke weed. It is easier to get and you don’t get carded. Jeez, what is going on!!!

Gutrake

December 24th, 2013
2:50 pm

Richt-rage…that’s what’s going on…

Merry Christmas, doo-doo heads!

Gutrake

December 24th, 2013
2:54 pm

I hope Santa brings you all…Prozac, alphabet blocks, cases of kool-aid, dictionaries, booster seats and boxes of pampers.

Santa won’t stop by my place…I’ll skin his deer!!

Gutrake

December 24th, 2013
3:07 pm

Oh…and 35…Don’t ask for one of his cute elves. That’s illegal.

Stick to the Farrah Fawcett posters.

Gutrake

December 24th, 2013
3:08 pm

Pun intended.

Debriefer

December 24th, 2013
5:06 pm

Win a National Championship?

Simple. Win all of your games.

Losers aren’t supposed to win a title. It doesn’t work that way in the real world.

Gutrake

December 24th, 2013
5:28 pm

Oh, my…now, you’re a real deep thinker. Wow. Profound, articulate and thought-provoking…

The evolution drive-train has definitely gone into reverse on this blog.

You will fit in well here, debriefer…just don’t take your underwear off at 35’s sleepover party. He will respond shortly.

dawgfan

December 24th, 2013
6:08 pm

I agree debriefer but Richt has never had an undefeated season (and never will) and has lost 2 or more games in 12 of his 13 seasons as our coach. So we’re pretty much screwed.

I liked the post earlier that said that if our players don’t like their bowl destination they should have won more games instead of whining about it on twitter. This sort of accountability is lost on our entire program.

Continuity is a good thing…

Gutrake

December 24th, 2013
6:40 pm

See, debriefed one, I told you that you would fit in well here…

Now, remember, you have to use the word “Kool-Aid” if you really want to mesh in a neurotic way…they’ll love you! Then you can slowly type the word “bbwwwaaaaggghh”. That’s one of their favorites.

You’ve found some new friends! Cool!

Bulldawg35

December 24th, 2013
7:01 pm

Sprouse…

Great post man……..UGA couldn’t even continue the momentum in the start of 2008 season. Richt just doesn’t know how to handle the pressure…..all the evidence you need was in the 2012 seccg!

Bulldawg35

December 24th, 2013
7:05 pm

Gut rake

Sorry I have a wife! I’m not some loser who has a man crush on coach Richt like yourself. Maybe one day you will find a woman….don’t give up hope it’s Christmas anything can happen….maybe! Lamo!

Gutrake

December 24th, 2013
7:12 pm

YES!!

Now, everybody get ready…

35’s nursery just let out. Good thing, because the pastel colored walls and dirty diaper smell was spinning around in his little noggin’…now he’s about to crouch over the toilet head and spew!!

This will be an amazing time of projectile vomiting, thinly disguised as knowledgeable football smarts! He will blow you away with his insight of the inner world of major college football…

Now…without further ado…here he is…35!!!!!

(pay no attention to the therapist behind the curtain…)

Gutrake

December 24th, 2013
7:15 pm

Merry Christmas, 35!

Bulldawg35

December 24th, 2013
7:16 pm

Gut rake

Why don’t you change your diaper pal….your post stink…..anyways where would you rank Richt in the sec??I have him about 7th!

Bulldawg35

December 24th, 2013
7:20 pm

Dude why you just admit it…your first screen name was paddy….then you changed it to paddy is back….now gut rake. What gives you weirdo??

Gutrake

December 24th, 2013
7:26 pm

I’d rank him at ONE if I wanted my son to play football for him. I’d rank him ONE if I considered ethics as an important part of a young man’s development. Basically, number one in the categories that matter in life.

Now, as a football coach, I rank him THREE. Now, this is where I lose your attention span…FACTS: he doesn’t pass the ball, run the ball, kick the ball, tackle the man with the ball, block for the ball-carrier, etc. He coaches 17-18 year-old young men to do those things.

So, with the advent of a playoff system, he will benefit from it. I’ve already blown your arguments up in previous posts. So, there’s no need to rehash the lessons I have already taught you. You and these other freaks aren’t even in the same world with people like Richt.

You just think you are. That’s what gives you a feeling of relevance.

Bulldawg35

December 24th, 2013
7:34 pm

What makes you think Richt will benefit from a playoff game?? UGA will never win the sec again in the Richt era. Haven’t you noticed that we start every year with suspended players. My gawd losing Dawson and JHC may turn out to be a game changer! Did you watch the tech game….we got shredded a part because we had a mix and match secondary once again because of injuries. The problem is the guys don’t fear Richt….they could careless what their punishment is.

Gutrake

December 24th, 2013
7:41 pm

Again, I’ve already addressed that for you. When I tell you something, it would be advantageous for you to remember it.

I need dialogue of reason and reality to respond to. Since there is little of that here, I choose to live in your head, rent-free!

Gutrake

December 24th, 2013
7:48 pm

You send your laundry upstairs to Mom.
Richt sends football players to the NFL.

Yet, you think you have it all figured out. I mean, you have to have a screw loose, dude…I’m just saying…

Bulldawg35

December 24th, 2013
7:52 pm

Whatever dude….I’m talking real talk here! This crap has been going on since 2003 when the players sold their sec rings! They don’t fear Richt….no he can’t stop all of them from committing violations. But I think they go out and mess up because they’re bored with the team. They know or feel their is no chance of a championship. You can stay in delusionalvile if you want to…but till we start a season without suspended players they will be no chance of a title…..mainly because we start most seasons with an prime time opponent.

Bulldawg35

December 24th, 2013
7:55 pm

Gut

The feeling is mutual….you can stay in delusionalville all you want. If it’s not Richt that is keeping UGA from greatness….then what is??? I can’t wait to hear your homer opinion??

Bulldawg35

December 24th, 2013
8:01 pm

Gut rake

The only place you’re living rent free in is your mom’s basement.lol

dawgfan

December 24th, 2013
8:01 pm

If you think Richt will benefit from a playoff please tell us how in the hell he’ll beat three top 10 teams in a row, as will be required to win a national championship out of the SEC, when he hasn’t even beaten three top 10 teams in the past 5 freaking seasons combined?

Riddle me that smart guy.

dawgfan

December 24th, 2013
8:04 pm

He coaches 18-22 year old men who aren’t making beans and he gets paid pretty damn well to do it. If he doesn’t like the scrutiny and pressure he can decline that paycheck and find another profession. If he needs little twerps like you to defend his honor he’s an even bigger soft azz joke than I thought.

I’m just getting warmed up…

dawgfan

December 24th, 2013
8:09 pm

FIVE different coaches have won the SEC since Richt last won it but he’s the 3rd best coach in the league?!?!?! LMAO. A guy who used to coach high school ball is playing for a crystal trophy in a couple of weeks but Richt is the 3rd best coach in the league?!?!! Richt is 6-17 vs. Top 25 teams in the past 5 seasons but he’s the 3rd best coach in the league?!?!?

LMAO.

Gutrake

December 24th, 2013
8:09 pm

I think my comments are getting culled. You didn’t mention your uncle ran this site…

I responded but it didn’t transmit. Maybe you guys are special.

Gutrake

December 24th, 2013
8:14 pm

Yea, I think Bill is stepping in. Too bad you didn’t get your lesson tonight. Maybe some other time…

Gutrake

December 24th, 2013
8:16 pm

Bill, why do these Neanderthals get to be stupid, but my bull’s-eye diagnosis is not allowed? I’m not gonna’ hurt them…

Gutrake

December 24th, 2013
8:17 pm

Anyway, Merry Christmas, Everybody!!

Bulldawg35

December 24th, 2013
8:34 pm

Gut rake

Richt lost his foot hold over the program when he promoted willie….then in 2007 he had to result to gimmicks….uniform changes and letting players dance on the sidelines! Richt knows that he is boring and can’t coach X’s and O’s anymore! That’s why he turned to gimmicks to try and motivate the players! 8 years and counting with no sec crowns and more playas getting suspended! Woo hoo!

Tom

December 24th, 2013
11:35 pm

Until the league has an across-the-board policy on team rules, drug use, etc. we won’t ever win another one because we dismiss our best players and other teams use them against us.

new mug dawgs

December 25th, 2013
12:33 am

So it was “good ganja” related!!!! Why drug test during Holidays?

Flo- Ri- Duh

December 25th, 2013
12:37 am

Merry Christmas Dawg Nation!

Flo- Ri- Duh

December 25th, 2013
12:40 am

BS35 (aka Milk Dud) – Lose the woo hoo!

NaplesGater

December 25th, 2013
12:47 am

YOU TOO, My FloBoy!

NaplesGater

December 25th, 2013
12:48 am

We shall be better next yr!!!!! Just QB injuries!

TammyWarEagle

December 25th, 2013
12:53 am

GO Dawgs!!!!!! Ya’ll underachevers!!!!

AndalusiaDog

December 25th, 2013
12:54 am

Gutrake, 35,and T Brown living in same HEAD!

new mug dawgs

December 25th, 2013
1:11 am

Bill: Going to get real news bout Dawgs!..Night…Merry Christmas to family !

Hairy Dawg

December 25th, 2013
6:04 am

To winning national champs we got to fix unfair rules Dawgs playing against from pointy heads. Get rid of thats means we can do roster managements to get rid of players that turns out stinkys to free schollies for replacements. Get rid the pointy head rules is first. Then we got to end stupid rules that suspends for a little weed. No good team do that so why we do it. Nobody being harmed from weeds and that just hurt winning to suspends. So second is to stop doing that. Finally and most importants is we got to fix refs and league office that been punishing dawgs unfairly with bad calls. I never seen so many bad calls done to hurt Dawgs like the targetings rule. Some reason refs trying to hurt Dawgs and that needs stop or Dawgs make bad refs pay.

Bulldawg35

December 25th, 2013
9:14 am

Flo- ri- duh

Maybe you should change your screen name. That tech imposter thinks you’re a gator fan. Lol

Merry Christmas to you to!

Flo- Ri- Duh

December 25th, 2013
10:06 am

BS35 (aka Milk Dud) – Never Never Never will I change my name! Duh means duh and those reptilian lizards have a lot of duhhhhhhhhhhhhh!

Merry Christmas to Dawg fans and the TROLL lost souls.

All I want for Christmas is a BCS champ game for the Dawgs – knowing that when they get there they will win.

dawgfan

December 25th, 2013
12:16 pm

We shouldn’t have to ask Santa Clause for a championship.

That’s Mark Richt’s job.