Fan talk: Suspensions, coaching changes, a raise for Mike Bobo and more!

Josh Harvey-Clemons reportedly will miss the first three games of the 2014 season. (University of Georgia)

Josh Harvey-Clemons reportedly will miss the first three games of the 2014 season. (University of Georgia)

It’s been a busy week in Athens, starting out with the whirlwind departure of Todd Grantham and rapid arrival of his replacement, Jeremy Pruitt. Then there was the loss of the rest of the defensive staff (after a bit of last-minute wavering on the part of defensive line coach Chris Wilson), resulting in some grad assistants having to hit the road as recruiters along with Pruitt, and the revelation that Josh Harvey-Clemons will miss the first three games of next season.

Let’s see what readers have to say about all that in the Junkyard Mail. …

Jim P. writes: Bill, It’s only January and we already have Justin Scott-Wesley and Josh Harvey-Clemons suspended for games in 2014 (please correct me if I’ve missed others). Who knows if the kid driving with the suspended license (Shaq Wiggins) will miss any games? It might be time for Hutson Mason and other soon-to-be seniors to call a players meeting. If I were Hutson, I would tell the entire team “I waited 4 years to have one year’s opportunity to start for this team. And none of you … are going to [mess] this season up because you can’t control yourself off the field.” The rest of the seniors need to get it embedded in all players heads that they have a chance to be a special team. And they need to quit any selfish acts that could hurt this team. And if they don’t, they won’t only be disciplined by the coaching staff, but will face the wrath of their teammates.

Yes, it appears even JH-C’s grandaddy had been misled about the nature of the suspension since he was under the impression it was for academics, not drug use, as has been reported. The kid is talented but obviously has a problem understanding the rules at UGA. It’s a shame, but one more mistake on his part and he’ll probably be eligible for future stardom at Auburn. And I hope you’re right, Jim, that the senior leaders on the team make it clear to the younger players that they’re hurting the team when they play the fool. Another issue this raises: As long as it seems to be a fact of life that its stricter disciplinary policies will ensure UGA begins each season with a starter or starters suspended, Greg McGarity needs to make sure that the Dogs don’t open up any more with top-level opposition like Clemson. Games like that, if they’re played, should be in one of the post-South Carolina slots, like the one occupied this coming season by Troy.

Lamar Westbrook writes: Bill, love your stories on Georgia! It looks like a great hire at the defensive coordinator position, but what about [Mike] Bobo? If I was him, I would be upset that Georgia hired a DC out of the blue and gave him about $850,000 a year. … I heard Bobo only makes about $450,000 a year yet his offense has produced at a high level, yet his pay is less than the defensive coordinators that don’t do their jobs half as good as Bobo!! The last 3 years, or even this past year, Georgia would not have won 4 games without the offense carrying the defense, yet his salary is way less than the overpaid DC! … Last time I checked his offense scored at least 32 points a game yet the defense gave up 30 a game and that coach made twice the money! Why is Bobo getting shafted?? Thanks buddy. and God bless!!

The offense of Mike Bobo (right) had to carry the defense of Todd Grantham this past season. (University of Georgia)

The offense of Mike Bobo (right) had to carry the defense of Todd Grantham this past season. (University of Georgia)

Thanks, Lamar. Actually, Bobo got a $240,000-a-year raise last year as part of a three-year contract that upped his salary to $575,000 per year, but you’re right about him being due for another increase. It was laughable hearing Todd Grantham crow at his Louisville press conference about his defense being the “backbone” of UGA’s division-winning teams when it has indeed been Bobo’s offense that’s carried Grantham’s underperforming defenses. I liked what ESPN’s Mark Schlabach tweeted in response to that: “Somebody needs to tell Todd Grantham that Mike Bobo’s back still hurts from the last three years.” There’s been no official word on UGA revisiting Bobo’s deal, but it would certainly be a smart move on the part of McGarity and Mark Richt.

Also on the subject of Grantham’s departure, Mike Darnell writes: Bill, It pleases me that [Todd Grantham] is gone. However, what does it say that he would accept a lateral move to a lesser program? Knowing that he would have to produce this next year, do you think he felt that this group of players wouldn’t be able to keep his job for him?

And John Thomas Rawl writes: Bill, What’s going on with Georgia defensive coaching changes? McGarity claims he doesn’t get involved in assistant coaching changes, and Richt indicated toward the end of the season he foresaw no coaching changes and preached continuity. Yet [Scott] Lakatos resigns due to “personal reasons” and now [Grantham is gone]. This move could be considered lateral at best. … Do you think he left due to external fan-based pressures, and he knew his ship was sinking? Or did CMR and McGarity have more to do with it?

I think it was a combination of factors. Yes, Louisville offered more money and a five-year deal, plus let Grantham hire his brother Tony as an assistant coach (which nepotism rules at UGA wouldn’t allow). So while it was a lateral move in terms of position, it’s one with improved terms. But I believe the major reason Grantham jumped at the Louisville offer was he knew he was on the hot seat at UGA with this coming season being the last in his three-year deal, and he knew that if the defense didn’t improve considerably he probably wouldn’t be retained. All in all, I think it was a win-win situation: better for Grantham and it made it possible for Georgia to get what appears to be a definite upgrade in Jeremy Pruitt.

Johnny Fox writes: Bill, I know most of the attention so far this postseason has been on the defensive changes, but I’m concerned that amid all the turmoil there Mark Richt won’t get around to doing anything about the ongoing disaster that is UGA special teams. With the new defensive coordinator getting a clean slate staffwise, do you see any chance of them hiring a special teams coordinator and finally getting serious about the third major aspect of the game?

All I can say, Johnny, is I share your concerns and Richt is again talking the talk, but it remains to be seen if that produces any meaningful change. Richt indicated this week that change is coming. “Special teams, I’ve got some things in mind,” he said. “I really can’t say exactly what I’ve got in mind but I do have some things in mind for that I think is going to be helpful.” Even before the departure of Chris Wilson and Kirk Olivadotti, when it appeared only Scott Lakatos needed to be replaced, Richt said his “guess” was that whoever would be hired “will have a strong special teams background as well.” Now that Pruitt has a chance to hire an entire staff, I’d say the odds of one of them having special teams experience is even greater. And that may result in one of the defensive coaches being named special teams coordinator in addition to coaching the line or linebackers or whatever. But UGA probably won’t look at having a full-time special teams coach until the NCAA ups the limit on full-time assistant coaches from nine to 10. That’s an idea the American Football Coaches Association is thinking about pushing, and Richt has told the Macon Telegraph he supports that move and thinks it eventually will pass. “It wouldn’t be for next season, but maybe as soon as after next season,” Richt said. “I know I’m behind it, I’m for it. Most every coach I’ve talked to is for it. If that happens, that would probably free up a lot of people to say, This is all this guy does, is special teams now. But in the meantime, we’re gonna have something that I think is gonna be very exciting for us in that area.” Let’s hope he comes through on that promise.

DawgDaddy writes: Bill, were you at all surprised by the cheap shots Todd Grantham started taking at Georgia once he departed for Louisville? I knew he was a fiery guy, but I thought he had more class than that.

I did think it was a bit tacky for Grantham to be tweeting pictures of the Louisville indoor practice facility and strength staff. Especially since neither was really the reason his defenses underperformed at Georgia. They suffered from his overly complicated schemes, his inability to teach them to his players, and his lateness in getting signals in during games. Even tackier were Grantham’s comments at his introductory press conference, where he tried to claim credit for Georgia’s success while seemingly dissing Bobo by saying he was attracted to Louisville by “a very dynamic play-caller, a very dynamic offensive person” in Bobby Petrino. And his most direct shot at UGA was when he said, “To win a championship, it takes a lot of different elements. And the first thing it takes is to have an athletic director that has a vision for the resources needed moving forward.” Am I surprised by Grantham’s lack of class? No. This, after all, was the coach who made a throat-slashing gesture at an opposing team’s kicker and got into a shouting match with another team’s coach at midfield. Maturity and self-control never appeared to be Grantham hallmarks. By the way, neither were football fundamentals. I liked the contrast in what his replacement, Pruitt, said this week: “A lot of people try to make football harder than what it is. It’s the details. It’s blocking. It’s tackling. It’s the fundamentals. It’s getting off blocks. To create turnovers, you have to practice creating turnovers. For interceptions, catch the ball. If the ball’s on the ground you have to secure it.” I also thought it was instructive that the Georgia defense broke out in applause both when Pruitt entered the room for his first meeting with them and when he left — something Richt said he’d never seen in his 30-plus years of coaching. In other words, they didn’t seem too choked up by Grantham’s departure.

Channing Jacobs writes: Bill, I like what I’ve heard about Jeremy Pruitt, but I wonder whether having to start over with a completely new defensive staff is likely to have any downside for the Dawgs.

Chris Wilson's line was a strength of Georgia's defense in 2013. (Associated Press)

Chris Wilson's line was a strength of Georgia's defense in 2013. (Associated Press)

It’s possible that Georgia might lose a defensive recruit or two because of the wholesale changes, but one of Pruitt’s strengths is as a recruiter and he’s hit the ground running this week in that regard, so that might mitigate the damage. I’m also sorry to see defensive line coach Chris Wilson depart Athens after just one season. His line was one of the strengths of Georgia’s defense this past season and showed definite improvement from the days under Rodney Garner. It will be interesting to see who his replacement is.

A couple of closing notes …

In the wake of recent coaching changes, Mark Schlabach revised his 2014 Way-Too-Early Preseason Top 25, and Georgia moved up to No. 8 from its previous spot at 11, thanks to what Schlabach termed “a major coup” in the hiring of Jeremy Pruitt.

And a tip of the Bulldog cap to Danna Durante’s ninth-ranked Gym Dogs, who turned in a season-high score in their home opener at Stegeman Coliseum Friday, beating second-ranked LSU Friday by a score of 197.175 to 196.875. LSU, of course, is where former UGA gymnastics coach Jay Clark landed as associate head coach under D-D Breaux. My brother Jon reports that, despite being on the other side now, Clark was well received by the Georgia crowd.

The Gym Dogs return to action with a King Day match at 2 p.m. Monday against Iowa. Tickets are available for purchase on georgiadogs.com or by calling the UGA Ticket Office at 1-877-541-1231.

Go Dogs!

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bdjazz

January 18th, 2014
11:29 am

Just having the knucklehead known as Todd Grantham gone is reason enough to be optimistic about next season…not for the usual pre-season “NC,” but to be able to put a competitive defense on the field without the players having the “deer in the headlights” look on their faces! Keep it simple, and don’t forget to wrap up that tackle!

Quayvon Hicks

January 18th, 2014
11:31 am

Pruitt is an outstanding recruiter. We already have had 2 guys commit in the past few days in the 2015 class. We have 3 commits so far for 2015. I’m sure he’s going to get some guys to come along with him in the coming weeks for signing day as well. Can’t wait to see all the talent we get!

Jeremy Wallace

January 18th, 2014
11:32 am

Backbone! Grantham should have been fired after the Vandy game.

Dawg89

January 18th, 2014
11:33 am

I wonder what becomes of all that UGA gear the now departed coaches don’t need? Might be time to check the thrift store for some bargains.

7576DAWG

January 18th, 2014
11:42 am

Georgia would have had a full indoor practice facility a long time ago if we were as far North as Louisville. Georgia only needs it a few time a year but it is a good tool for getting Recruits wow’d, so now I think McGarity can justify getting one.

destin dawg

January 18th, 2014
11:55 am

high powered offense next season.. lots of talent returning healthy…. Grantham and Latatos… gone… Pruitt coming in with the opportunity to hire a staff… Muschamp’s players and coaches jumping ship… Franklin gone at Vandy.. . Spurrier soon to retire… SEC East looks ripe for the taking !!!! Go Dawgs !! Beat Clempson !!!

mdawg123

January 18th, 2014
11:57 am

Bobo has received a raise & extension. $1.5 for 5 years is what I was told from a family member of Richt’s.

SimpleDawg

January 18th, 2014
12:16 pm

Bill, the departure of Granham had been rumored since Thanksgiving…..one way or another. Happy he found a job, and UGA didn’t have to offer a buyout.

I’m shocked that people are surprised by Granthm’s classless remarks when introduced at Louisville. He has demonstrated what an idiot he is on too many occasions to list. As for his coaching acumen, in Texas they would say, “He’s all hat and no cattle.” Thank God and Greyhound he’s gone.

On JHC….we need to find another player to fill his position. Talent is of no benefit when not participating. If he’s not dismissed from the team, make him a backup…..let him show his worth as a teammate first, and then give him another chance to earn some playing time….on special teams.

An observation on Gurley….. He had better gain control of his emotions. He threw several punches in games towards the end of the season, which could’ve gotten him tossed from the game….and he had precious little playing time as it was. He can’t afford to be stupid.

Next year could be a very good year…..again……could be.

Ben Hodges

January 18th, 2014
12:24 pm

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Ben Hodges

January 18th, 2014
12:28 pm

The drug policy is not working. It has not prevented use and hurts the team. What about treatment?

7576DAWG

January 18th, 2014
12:34 pm

mdawg123
I hope you are right because loyalty should count for something. Bobo is a great Recruiter and with a salary like that would eliminate any smaller Colleges even approaching him.

7576DAWG

January 18th, 2014
12:38 pm

Georgia should also give Lilly and McClendon huge raises. McClendon is one of the best Running Back Recruiter in College football.

dawgfan

January 18th, 2014
12:38 pm

Weren’t we supposed to play Louisville at some point in the not so distant future?

That would have been fun.

GFJacket

January 18th, 2014
12:47 pm

Pruitt may be the missing piece that gets UGA over the top. If Mason can continue improving and UGA can overcome personnel issues it may be the start of a long run of titles. I have criticized Grantham for his antics in the past. His defenses were always underperformers given the talent on the field. Pruitt’s disciplined approach with simple focus on basics is what UGA needed all along.

Horse Feathers

January 18th, 2014
12:51 pm

Sad, just sad. All of this “chatter” from fellow fans about the changes at DC, Bobo’s salary, and player shenanigans………you guys are re-arranging deck chairs on the Titanic! CMR is the problem!!! Until UGA replaces him with a coach THAT IS HUNGRY, I doubt much will change.

CMR is a fine gentleman, but guys, IT’S BEEN 13 years with two outright SEC championships….8 YEARS AGO (2002 & 2005). Great, we dominate (that’s the rumor) the SEC East………BUT WHO CARES?!?! SEC East Champ = Masters runner up…….who cares & who remembers?!?!

What color is the Masters second place jacket? Oh, you’re right, THERE ISN’T ONE!!!

CMR was hired to take a good program to great…..”an elite program” is what I remember being told he would create.

Yes, the 2012 season, with a GREAT SEC championship game against Bama, was essentially the de facto national championship game……whoever won that game was going to kill the Irish (shouldn’t have been there to begin with, but that’s another topic).

I’m just frustrated with all of the fans that think we can’t do better than CMR……..really?!?!?! You’re telling me that there’s NO ONE out there that could come in with passion and intensity, AND A HUNGER TO WIN IT ALL???

So we’re to believe that the rest of college football is devoid of any other coaching talent? There isn’t a single young, up & coming OC or DC that could/should get a shot?

It’s not like this is his third, fourth, or even fifth year for goodness sakes! CMR has been here for OVER A FRIGGIN’ DECADE!!!!!

I don’t doubt that CMR wants to win; hell, everyone wants to win, but don’t mistake that for HUNGRY.

So, all you CMR lovers out there, if you’re satisfied with a 5-3 SEC record and 8-5 overall 2013 (oh, and don’t forget 2-3 against Top 25 teams)………DON’T CHANGE A THING. If losing to Nebraska is ok with you……..DON’T CHANGE A THING.

Let the food fight begin:-)

Horse Feathers

BIG DAWG

January 18th, 2014
12:52 pm

If we could get all he “Drug Heads” off the team we might be ok. No rules for players!

BIG DAWG

January 18th, 2014
12:53 pm

We need to fire CMR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

BIG DAWG

January 18th, 2014
12:55 pm

Until we get a new head coach. We will always be mid-tier SEC team.

dawgfan

January 18th, 2014
1:06 pm

Can’t say I disagree. As as excited as I am to see what Pruett can do my excitement is tempered by the fact that Mark Richt is still our head coach.

Lambert Dawg

January 18th, 2014
1:18 pm

Horse Feathers and Big Dawg,

What teams do you really support? To make comments like those is proof you are really not a Georgia fan or you really are clueless. UGA is at the door step of a National Title. We need a real playoff but the system next year (4 teams) is at least better than the BCS.

Had there been a playoff in the past Richt would already have one maybe two national titles (2003, 2007). The media should play no role in who plays for a national title. Take the media out of the equation before you use national titles as a measuring stick of a program..

Ask Michigan State if they feel they are the best team in the country this year. They certainly have an argument. We will never know however because Michigan State or any other top 10 team had the opportunity to play for the title.

The BCS was a joke.

Gdawg

January 18th, 2014
1:37 pm

Hey guys, I am not a big Bobo fan. He has a TON of top-tier talent and couldn’t move the ball last year against Nebraska in the bowl game. I would love to see a real offensive coordinator with UGA’s talent. Someone like Brent Pease or Mike VanGundy could light up the scoreboards. Bobo doesn’t do bad but it’s only because of the superior talent that he’s done as well as he has. I can’t wait to see the new defense under Jeremy Pruitt. Grantham did less with more every year @ UGA. Maybe we could get a complete Team performance for once. When Brian VanGorder was here, we had no offense. Maybe we can put it all together next year or the following year and finally win something more than a State title… Go DAWGS!

Dawgmeat

January 18th, 2014
1:38 pm

Horse FEATHERS , know you are a hater of some sort, but sounda like another part of a horses anatomy.

LADawg

January 18th, 2014
1:46 pm

Didn’t I see where Pruitt is going to coach the DBs and wouldn’t that free up a coaching spot for special teams?

Another reason Grantham left to be with Petrino? Like attracts like!

BIG DAWG

January 18th, 2014
1:52 pm

Lambert Dawg, The truth is the truth. wake up!

BIG DAWG

January 18th, 2014
1:54 pm

CMR cannot keep players out of trouble. It is a joke!

dawgfan

January 18th, 2014
2:51 pm

“UGA is at the doorstep of a National Title”

Only problem is our coach can’t figure out how to ring the door bell.

Dog4Life

January 18th, 2014
2:52 pm

I was also thinking along those lines LADawg. If we don’t have to replace Lakotas because Pruitt will also wear that hat–then it sounds as if we have an open slot. We need to find Beamer’s son. he was touted as a great STs coach. This was a couple of years ago and I do not know where he is now. But, there should be a slot for that.

Skint

January 18th, 2014
2:54 pm

I was glad to see Pruitt recruiting an OL. Until we start recruiting better athletes on the OL, and quit playing 7-8 walk-ons on special teams, we will remain where we are. It looked to me over the course of the year that Richt had lost all emotion for the game. The hiring of Pruitt solidified Richt for a few years until he retires.

recruiter

January 18th, 2014
2:54 pm

Here is a candidate for Pruitt to coach the DL – Mark Collins who is now at Atl. Falcons but used to be a UGA grad Asst. These high school kids like playing for guys from the NFL. http://www.atlantafalcons.com/team/coaches/Mark-Collins/f76a8fac-0bd6-4125-a2f1-2c668079d73b

dawgfan

January 18th, 2014
4:01 pm

Yeah, I still don’t think it’s going to happen with Richt, but maybe we won’t get blown out in most of our big games now.

A guy can dream can’t he?

Hunkerdown

January 18th, 2014
4:02 pm

Hope we can calm recruits nerves with LOI just around the corner. Already loss too many verbals Thai season.

Coordinators coach, too

January 18th, 2014
4:24 pm

Dog4Life and LA Dog,
Pruitt will coach db’s, just as Martinez coached db’s, Grantham coached ILBs, or OLB’s, I forget which, as did VanGorder. Bobo coaches qb’s. There is no extra open spot, even though I wish there were.
Coordinators have position coaching responsibilities.
Good thought, though!

D Line coach.

January 18th, 2014
4:27 pm

Former Falcon and Tennessee standout Chuck Smith was born and raised in Athens. I don’t know if assistant coaches in CFB need degrees or not, and I don’t know if Smith has one. But one would think he’d have credibility and knowledge.

I dropped my fried twinkie

January 18th, 2014
4:40 pm

How long until PRUITT gets in trouble for flirting with the ladies? He better get that under control or a lawsuit could be in UGa’s future.
Bobo should feel like his future as the next UGa Head Coach is secure with the hiring of Pruitt.

I dropped my fried twinkie

January 18th, 2014
4:50 pm

SimpleDawg….An observation on Gurley….. He had better gain control of his emotions. He threw several punches in games towards the end of the season, which could’ve gotten him tossed from the game………………you mean SHOULD Have been tossed from the game. Very immature and that seems to be a problem with to many for the players on the team.

what_what

January 18th, 2014
5:18 pm

The kid is talented but obviously has a problem understanding the rules.

Fixed that sentence for you.

DawgVoiceofReason

January 18th, 2014
6:10 pm

I guess Coach Richt just can’t do anything right for some of you. He just hired one of the best DCs in all of college football. The step up from Grantham alone, with the continued success of the offense, should be enough to put us over the top. You wanted change (as did I, on the defensive side), you got big time change with a huge opportunity to be very successful. Coach Bobo needs to continue to improve and we still need to fix special teams. I am very encouraged about the team but am sick of you whiners.

tell me again

January 18th, 2014
6:11 pm

I will say it one more time – Richt can recruit – Richt can design and run an offense – the one factor – the overriding factor as to why UGA has not been in the NC and SEC mix has been DEFENSE and special teams. If he can fix those areas – and he should have by now, I agree, because ultimately everything falls in his lap – he will be fine. Did somebody say we were getting “blown out” this past year? I must have missed those games. And as to Pruitt flirting with the ladies – oh man, if I was his age, single and pulling down those dollars – oh yeah, I’d be sitting at home on the weekends – right.

DawgVoiceofReason

January 18th, 2014
6:15 pm

Anyone who says Coach Richt has lost all emotion for the game didn’t watch either the LSU game or the Auburn game. After LSU did you not see the tears in his eyes over the win and the circumstances??? In the AU game, did you not see him reading the riot act to the refs over the botched call on our fumble recovery and then his reaction to the Auburn miracle??? You people are absolutely blind to anything that doesn’t fit your narrow-minded story line.

DawgVoiceofReason

January 18th, 2014
6:20 pm

And another thing about emotions in coaching, how many games did the highly emotional (many would say “crazed”) coach at UF win this year???? Yeah, all that screaming and raging really did him a lot of good, NOT.

DawgVoiceofReason

January 18th, 2014
6:22 pm

Coach Grantham also was plenty emotional. Most of you were ready for him to be gone and don’t even have anything positive to say for him concerning the contributions he did make.

Flat Tire doesnt live in Delusionalville Ga.

January 18th, 2014
6:25 pm

Gratham should have been fired after he put the team in limbo for his 2nd straight year in a row looking for another opportunity

The kool-aiders were quick to defend him

Hows it feel kool-aiders that Gratham is making fun of UGA

Flo-Ri-Duh

January 18th, 2014
6:28 pm

What’s a matter TROLLS? Turkey Neck leaves you nothin’ to hope for at the ghetto area known as Jawja Tech?

How ’bout sticking with one handle instead of sock puppet conversations with yourself.

Flat Tire doesnt live in Delusionalville Ga.

January 18th, 2014
6:28 pm

DawgVoiceofReason

Richt wasnt planning on making changes; Grantham set the changes in motion

Flo-Ri-Duh

January 18th, 2014
6:30 pm

Flat Tire – His name is Grantham, not Gratham.

Flo-Ri-Duh

January 18th, 2014
6:37 pm

I still want Narduzzi….. but Pruitt is a step up for sure.

My mama always said if you can’t say something good about someone say nothing at all.

As for Gurley, when someone is gouging your eyes or hitting you late and the refs don’t control the situation you have to take care of yourself.

Flat Tire doesnt live in Delusionalville Ga.

January 18th, 2014
6:37 pm

Flo-Ri-Duh

Please see 6:28 pm post and save us the grammar response

Flo-Ri-Duh

January 18th, 2014
6:43 pm

Gurley was up to around 235 – 240 lbs. They need to get him back around 225 lbs as the extra weight is affecting his quickness.

Hutson Mason has book smarts but he lacks the intuition, quick reading of progressions and pocket awareness and escapability of Murray.

Flo-Ri-Duh

January 18th, 2014
6:46 pm

I saw 6:25 pm where you had Gratham twice.

Flo-Ri-Duh

January 18th, 2014
6:46 pm

Not grammar – s p e l l i n g